Vice Live is no longer. Variety reports Viceland has cancelled the TV show less than two months into its run.
The nightly series is hosted by a panel that includes “comedian/actress Marie Faustin, Houston-based underground hip-hop artist Fat Tony, comedian/director Sandy Honig, and writer/comedian Zack Fox.”
According to Variety, VICELAND cancelled Vice Live due to low ratings. Network boss Guy Slattery released a statement, saying:
For the past two months, ‘Vice Live’ has been doing it live from our Brooklyn HQ four nights a week with an unpredictable, beautifully crazy show that has showcased the best of Vice and shined a light on some of the hottest emerging talent in the worlds of comedy, music, television, and food. The show demonstrated the power and potential of One Vice and now we have added to our world-class production capabilities in Vice HQ, which can be used by any and all our Vice content teams.”
What do you think? Did you ever watch Vice Live? Are you sad it’s cancelled?