TBS cancels 'Wedding Band' after its first season

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The party is over for "Wedding Band." The TBS musical comedy starring Brian Austin Green aired its final episode on Saturday (Jan. 19) and will not return for a second season on the cable network.

This story of four guys who perform cover songs at weddings may have been doomed from the start. Airing at 10pm on Saturdays -- possibly the worst "prime-time" slot available -- "Wedding Band" never managed to top 2 million total viewers at any point in its run. Only 1.4 million tuned in for the finale (according to The Hollywood Reporter).

Also appearing with Green on the show were a mix of familiar and unfamiliar TV faces. Melora Hardin ( "The Office," "Monk"), Harold Perrineau ( "Lost"), Jenny Wade ( "Reaper," "The Good Guys"), Peter Cambor ( "NCIS: Los Angeles") and Derek Miller co-starred in the 10-episode series. Although the show also attracted some big-name guest stars -- including Green's wife Megan Fox -- viewers never followed.

The cancellation of "Wedding Band" leaves three original scripted comedies on the TBS slate: "Men at Work," "Sullivan and Son" and "Cougar Town" (acquired from ABC for airing in 2013).

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