FABLife fans aren’t smizing about this news.
“We re extremely proud of everyone involved with [FABLife] and would like to thank them for all of their contributions and tireless efforts,” said anice Marinelli, president of Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution, in a statement Tuesday night. “We are especially appreciative of our talented and dynamic co-hosts Chrissy Teigen, Joe Zee, Leah Ashley and Lauren Makk, and we would also like to extend a huge thanks to our station partners for all of their support.”
The lifestyle series has been drawing a low 0.7-0.8 household rating, according to Deadline Hollywood. The remainder of season 1’s planned episodes will air, but it won’t come back for season 2.
Banks, 42, created FABLife and led its panel, but a source told PEOPLE in November that “the show wasn’t working” so she decided to focus on her TYRA Beauty cosmetics line.
“It wasn’t exciting for her,” the source said. “She is a serious businesswoman and person, and she just didn’t want to be doing it anymore.”