Nikki Glaser’s Comedy Central show is not safe from the cancellation axe.
The network has cancelled Not Safe With Nikki Glaser after one season, according to our sister site Deadline. Glaser confirmed the news while backstage on Chelsea Handler’s Netflix talk show Chelsea, where she was a guest on Friday.
Not Safe was a bawdy, adults-only talk show that covered all aspects of sex, from dating horror stories to hookup apps, with guests and comedians joining Glaser to make jokes and discuss their own romantic histories. Premiering in February, the show actually saw its first season extended from ten episodes to 20, which was a good sign. But ratings apparently weren’t strong enough to earn a second-season renewal. (Average viewership for Season 1 episodes hovered around a half-million viewers.)
Comedy Central is reportedly trying to stay in business with Glaser, though. She’s a successful comedian, with a number of stand-up specials, appearances on @Midnight and guest spots on Inside Amy Schumer. She also co-created and starred in MTV’s Nikki & Sara Live, which lasted two seasons.
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