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It seems RuPaul is having no luck beyond his popular RuPaul's Drag Race show. Netflix just canceled RuPaul's 'AJ and the Queen' series, which was aimed at introducing children to the drag culture.

RuPaul announced the cancelation on Twitter.com on Friday. "End of the road for 'AJ and The Queen' @Netflix has decided to not extend our road trip across America. Thank you for all the love & support. We're so very proud of the work," he tweeted alongside a promotional image from the show.

AJ and the Queen starred RuPaul as drag queen Ruby Red who travels around the country in an RV with 11-year-old tomboy orphan AJ (played by actress Izzy Gaspersz).

RuPaul, real name RuPaul Andre Charles, created the show along with writer Michael Patrick King. Sadly, it didn’t click with audiences who are wary about the LGB and T communities targeting children.

The ten-episode series premiere in January to little fanfare and raised eyebrows.

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Popular courtroom TV show Judge Judy is set to end after 25 seasons. Judge Judy Sheindlin has presided over the courtroom reality series since 1996, overseeing civil cases with maximum damages of $5,000.

Speaking during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that aired on Monday, the star confirmed the Daytime Emmy award-winning show had been canceled, and will end after its 2020-2021 season.

Judy hinted that CBS thought she was too old to continue paying $47 million a year.

"CBS (which syndicates the show) sort of felt, I think, they wanted to optimally utilize the repeats of my program," said the retired 77-year-old judge. "Now they have 25 years of my reruns. What they decided to do is sell a couple of years' worth of reruns."

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But Judy, who is married to Judge Jerry Sheindlin, isn't ready for the retirement home just yet. She announced she has a new show in the works, Judy Justice, which "will be coming out a year later".

"Judge Judy, you'll be able to see next year — a full year, all new shows. The following couple of years, you should be able to get all the reruns that CBS has sold on the stations currently carrying Judge Judy, and Judy Justice will be going elsewhere," she confirmed, adding, "Isn't that fun?"

Wendy Williams has shut down rumors that she is reuniting with her cheating estranged husband, Kevin Hunter. This week rumors swirled that Wendy was in the process of rehiring Hunter as her manager to help save her spiraling career after she canceled upcoming dates on her tour.

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A rapey scene between two reality TV show contestants resulted in producers canceling the "The Bachelor" spinoff "Bachelor in Paradise".

Warner Bros. announced the cancelation of the show on Sunday due to "allegations of misconduct".

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The Get Down

Netflix has cancelled the second season of its urban musical The Get Down after numerous production delays and lack of cohesion among the showrunner and writing staff.

The Get Down, which chronicled the emergence of hip hop as disco's lights faded to black, was the only Netflix original series be canceled after only one season.

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CBS has cancelled the legal drama TV series Doubt starring transgender actor Laverne Cox in a groundbreaking primetime role after just 2 episodes.

The 32-year-old Alabama native, who was born Roderick Laverne Cox, played a fiercely competitive corporate attorney alongside actress Katherine Heigl in the midseason TV drama.

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It's been a tough few months for late night TV host Larry Wilmore. First CNN blacklisted him, and now his 'Nightly Show' on Comedy Central has been canceled.

Wilmore made headlines in May after he called the president of the United States a "nigga" during Barack Obama's final White House Correspondents Dinner.

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Jada Pinkett-Smith cast in Batman Prequel

Actress and part-time rocker Jada Pinkett-Smith, 42, has been cast in FOX TV's Batman prequel series, TVline.com reports.

Pinkett-Smith, pictured above in a stock photo dated Feb. 1, 2013, will star as Fish Mooney, a sadistic gangster boss and nightclub owner. Pinkett-Smith's last TV role was her self-produced Hawthorne RN, a medical drama series that was canceled due to poor ratings.

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Cancellation rumors have been swirling since season 3 of Basketball Wives ended. Ratings for season 5 have slipped as more viewers realize how fake the show and its stars are.

In an interview with the Huffington Post, Evelyn Lozada confirmed what we already knew: there won't be a sixth season.

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Kris Jenner Daytime Talk Show Canceled

Kris Jenner's daytime talk show experiment was a dismal ratings flop. Despite the boost from Kanye West's appearance on the final show, FOX Television execs wasted no time informing the smarmy Kardashian matriarch that her show would not be renewed for a full season.

“Kris did get a ratings bump for her last show when Kanye West revealed the first baby pic of daughter, North West, with Kim, but that was a one time shot in the arm and it wouldn’t be indicative of what the ratings trend would be,” a source told RadarOnline.com.

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Basketball LA

Those of you who suffered through the first 2 seasons of Basketball Wives LA can rest easy: there won't be a 3rd season.

The series, which premiered on August 29, 2011, has reportedly been canceled by VH1 due to poor ratings. BBWLA was plagued by the same problems that affected other urban reality shows, such as the anemic Love and Hip Hop NY. Producers are having a hard time finding new ways to to keep the public interested in fake, scripted reality shows.

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