Underwood: 'Dirty Sexy Money Is Cancelled'
DIRTY SEXY MONEY star BLAIR UNDERWOOD has confirmed the struggling U.S. show is set to be axed - despite network executives refusing to admit it's been cancelled.
The show, which airs on American network ABC, is reportedly one of several shows the broadcaster is considering for the chop, including Eli Stone - which stars Angelina Jolie's ex Jonny Lee Miller.
Pushing Daisies executive producer Bryan Fuller announced in November (08) his show had also been cancelled from ABC's schedule due to poor ratings.
And although TV bosses haven't officially stated the show will end, actor Underwood, who plays Simon Elder in the show, confesses the cast and crew have called it a day.
He tells E! Online, "As far as I'm concerned, we're not doing any more shows.
"ABC officially doesn't want to use the C-word, cancelled, but we're not on the schedule. I would pretty much say we're cancelled."
The show, which focuses on the lives of a wealthy New York family, first appeared on the small screen in September 2007.
Last month (Nov08), the show's star William Baldwin appealed to Dirty Sexy Money's fanbase to write to ABC in a bid to save to ailing show.