“Hot in Cleveland,” the long-running sitcom on TV Land, will not air after the completion of its sixth season, the network said in a statement Monday. The series, starring Betty White, premiered its Season 6 on Nov. 5.

"After five incredible seasons of Hot in Cleveland, the sixth season, currently in production, will be its last," TV Land reportedly said in a statement. "It's been an honor to work with Valerie Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and the incomparable Betty White as well as our executive producers Suzanne Martin, Todd Milliner, Sean Hayes and the rest of our exceptional writers, production team and crew.

"The passion and talent they brought to the set each and every week over the past 5 years has put TV Land on the map as a network dedicated to quality original programming,” the cable network reportedly said. “We will continue to celebrate the show and are looking forward to a fantastic series finale.”

The sitcom has reportedly attracted an average of 2.4 million viewers since its debut in 2010. However, according to reports, the show’s cancellation is linked to a drop in its viewership during Season 5 when some episodes received as few as one million viewers. The premiere episode of “Hot in Cleveland” Season 6 only received 660,000 viewers, according to media reports.

The role of Elka Ostrosky earned White an Emmy nomination, while she received a Guild Award for outstanding performance in a comedy series in 2012. The show also launched a spinoff titled, “The Soul Man,” starring Cedric the Entertainer, and debuted in 2012.

Malick, who plays the role of Victoria Chase, wrote on her Twitter account: “Ok first of all, you #HotinCleveland fans are totally awesome...secondly, next April, we're going out in a blaze of glory!”

Leeves thanked her fans and other co-stars on Monday after the announcement.

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