'The Queen Latifah Show' Has Been Canceled After Two Seasons On Air

No more Flavor.

Daytime talk is officially losing its Flavor.

After just two seasons on air, “The Queen Latifah Show” has been canceled.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the syndicated talk show will cease production at the end of the year. New episodes will continue to air on CBS stations until the end of March.

“We want to thank Dana, the producers and the entire staff of The Queen Latifah Show for creating a program that we are all very proud of,” Sony Pictures Television said in a statement. “Thank you also to our terrific station partners and advertisers who supported the show.”

The show, which was backed by Jada Pinkett and Will Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment, is ending because it failed to attract new viewers or a steady stream of big-time stars.

The actress/host/rapper born Dana Owens confirmed the news on her Facebook page with a little uplifting letter to herself and her staff.

This little setback won't completely end the Queen’s reign, though, she and her Flavor Unit Entertainment is still producing Ja Rule’s upcoming MTV reality show, “Follow the Rules.”

Good luck on your next venture, Queen! You're still easy, breezy and beautiful.