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Kirstie Alley's Broadway-Themed TV Land Series Kirstie Canceled After One Season

Kirstie Alley's Broadway-Themed TV Land Series Kirstie Canceled After One Season
Rhea Perlman, Michael Richards, Kirstie Alley & Eric Petersen
'Kirstie' concluded its first season in February.

The curtain is coming down on Kirstie Alley’s (televised) Broadway career. According to The Hollywood Reporter, her TV Land series Kirstie has been canceled after one season. The show, which featured Alley as a high-maintenance Broadway star, concluded its 12-episode season in February, after which time creator and showrunner Marco Pennette left the project.

The series followed Madison “Maddie” Banks (Alley), a Broadway diva whose life is flipped upside down when the grown son she gave up for adoption (Broadway alum Eric Petersen) tries to enter her life after the death of his adoptive mother. Additional cast members included Rhea Perlman and Michael Richards.

During the show’s first (and only) season, guest stars included Kristin Chenoweth, Cloris Leachman, Jason Alexander, Kathy Griffin, John Travolta and George Wendt.

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