Last episode to air by the end of November. For me, this was the only new show I was really looking forward to, so I can't say I'm surprised it's being cancelled. I think that if they stayed truer to the source material, the program could have had a stronger start and survived. Even still, I don't think they gave the show the chance to blossom. I was waiting for the show to live up to it's potential myself. You know when WB starts cancelling shows this early in the season, there are no more outlets for "different" shows to find their niche. I remember the "good old days" when Fox gave most every show at least a season, sometimes two, to find their audience. Can anyone tell me why "Reba" is still on?