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'Larry Elder' TV show is canceled

April 12, 2005 at 6:43 PM

LOS ANGELES, April 12 (UPI) -- "The Larry Elder Show" is being canceled after just one season in TV syndication, The Hollywood Reporter said Tuesday.

Citing sources, the paper said the show -- distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution -- failed to gain a following since its premiere last September. The paper said the distributor declined comment.

Other rookie syndicated shows joining "Larry Elder" in the reject pile include NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution's "The Jane Pauley Show" and two shows from Sony Pictures Television: "Life & Style" and "Pat Croce: Moving In."

Topics: Jane Pauley
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