Kandi & The Gang is getting chopped from the Bravo lineup.
The network canceled the restaurant-themed Real Housewives of Atlanta spinoff after one season, according to published reports.
Bravo did not immediately respond to Urban Hollywood 411’s request for comment.
The show followed the eccentric staff at Kandi Burruss and husband Todd Tucker’s Old Lady Gang (“OLG”) restaurant in Atlanta.
The series premiered on March 6. But sources told website LoveBScott in a Nov. 17 report that Bravo decided in September not to move forward with the show because of “low interest” and disappointing ratings.
Burruss told the outlet she wasn’t ready to give an official statement, but said she was “disappointed,” seemingly confirming that the show had ended.
“All I can say is that I really love our show Kandi & The Gang [and] everyone in it,” she said. “I feel like it deserves a second season. People ask me about the show every day. There will be a lot of disappointed fans. I’m disappointed.”
The staff featured on the show included Burruss, Tucker, the reality star’s mother, her aunts Nora and Bertha; operational manager DonJuan Clark; and restaurant developer and consultant Phillip Frempong, who tried to bring more professionalism to OLG operations. Also featured were longtime hostess Shawndreca Robinson who has had a past entanglement with OLG valet owner Patrick; resident events manager Torin Mitchell; Kandi’s cousin and Aunt Bertha’s grandson Patrick who manages the OLG parking lot behind the restaurant, bartender turned server Brian Redmond; and kitchen manager Melvin Jones.
Kandi & The Gang was produced by Truly Original, Kandi Koated Entertainment, and T Tucker Productions, with Kandi Burruss, Todd Tucker, Steven Weinstock, Glenda Hersh, Lauren Eskelin, Lorraine Haughton-Lawson, Julie “Bob” Lombardi, Camilo Valdes, and Ronica Wynder serving as executive producers.