FOX has just decided to not move forward with Lauren Graham’s comedy show, “Linda From HR.”

According to Deadline, the fate of the new series was actually sealed last week when FOX did not give it an official series order ahead of their upfront presentation. But it was only this week that the network made an announcement saying that “Linda From HR” will no longer air on FOX or any other network for that matter.

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“Linda From HR” was supposed to center on Graham’s character, Linda Plugh, whose one bad decision will change her life forever. The new series was set to be part of FOX’s 2017-2018 lineup and was supposed to be on air once a week for 30 minutes, according to TV Line.

Other than “Linda From HR,” FOX has also decided to pass on Eva Longoria’s “Type A” and Liz Meriweather’s “Thin Ice” and “University Project.” The “Behind Enemy Lines” remake has also been rejected by the network. Deadline reported that Meriweather’s quirky comedy may be redeveloped for another network, and “University Project” may be launched under a new home, but nothing has been finalized yet.

In March, TV Line reported that “This Is Us” star Ryan Michelle Bathe has been cast in “Linda From HR.” The role of Sierra was originally given to “ER” alum Angel Laketa Moore, but the creators of the series had a change of heart after the first table read. Sierra was described as a mother of young triplets, and she also happens to be Linda’s sidekick.

“Linda From HR” was penned by up-and-coming writers Itai Grunfeld and Geoff Barbanell. The series was executive produced by Tracy Katsky, Aaron Kaplan and Dana Honor. Other cast members who were supposed to be part of the project were “Lucifer” recurring guest star Tim DeKay, “Lois and Clark’s” actor Michael Landes and “Happy Endings” alum Zachary Knighton.

Meanwhile, even though Graham will no longer headline “Linda From HR,” the actress may still be seen in the “Gilmore Girls” revival, “A Year in the Life.” All four episodes are still streaming on Netflix.

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Lauren Graham will star in “Curb Your Enthusiasm” Season 9 six years after the series went on a hiatus. Pictured: Graham at NBC and Vanity Fair's 2014-2015 television season event in Los Angeles on Sept. 16, 2014. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni