Roseanne Barr's reality TV show about her Hawaii farm has been axed after just one season on air.
The actress invited a camera crew to capture her life on a macadamia nut farm, where she raises goats and sheep with her partner Johnny Argent.
Nevertheless, bosses at Lifetime network have decided not to continue with a second series of the program due to disappointing viewing figures.
Roseanne took to her Twitter.com page on Wednesday to announce the news, writing, "Roseanne's Nuts has been cancelled. Thanks everyone for watching!"
The comedienne still has another small screen project on the go - she is working on new sitcom Downwardly Mobile, about a dysfunctional working class family.