[12/22/03 - 12:00 AM] Time Up for Showtime's 'Street' By Brian Ford Sullivan (TFC)
CHICAGO (thefutoncritic.com) -- Showtime has pulled the plug on its original drama series "Street Time" after two seasons.
While neither Showtime nor producer Sony Pictures Television have publically confirmed the news, sources at both camps have indicated the series will not continue for a third season.
The news marks the end of yet another of the pay channel's scripted series. Both "The Chris Isaak Show" and "Soul Food" will start their final seasons in 2004 leaving "Dead Like Me" and "Queer as Folk" as the network's lone franchises.
Showtime however isn't completely abandoning its scripted fare as the pay channel is banking heavily on the premiere of its lesbian-centric drama "The L Word" in January and is expected to go forward with the Hank Azaria-led "Huff" some time in 2004.
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