Whitney Cummings' talk show 'Love You, Mean It' canceled by E!Add to Favorites | Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings
E! has canceled "Love You, Mean It with Whitney Cummings" after a 12-week run, according to several reports. The weekly show, which Cummings and fellow E! host Chelsea Handler executive produced, was extended after its initial six-week run, but it didn't gain any real momentum after that.
Cummings also stars in NBC's comedy "Whitney," which has scuffled in the ratings in its second season (it's averaging about 4.1 million viewers) and is probably a long shot for renewal at this point. She also created and serves as a consulting producer of "2 Broke Girls," which is going strong in its second season on CBS.
In case you missed it -- and considering the show's cancellation, you probably did -- here's a "Love You, Mean It" clip with Cummings discussing her Etsy obsession (no NSFW language, but there's some raunchy imagery).