During a stand-up performance in Cincinnati on Friday, Griffin announced that the show would not be returning for a third season, Entertainment Weekly reported.
Griffin said Bravo informed her of the decision Thursday.
The crowd booed when she announced the news, the Cincinnati Enquirer said, but Griffin made a joke of the situation.
The show's second season debuted in January but was moved from its prime time slot in February.
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