The news comes as a minor surprise as the show was already picked up for a second season before it premiered in July. However, and despite performing well in the U.S., the series was a dud internationally and so the network has opted to axe it.
In a statement, the network said: "Ultimately, it was a business decision, but to be clear, we were very proud of the series on every level. Creatively, it hit the mark, and we are gratified that it celebrated diversity in front of the cameras and behind the scenes. We want to thank everyone involved,