TV One’s daytime talk show “Sister Circle,” hosted by Syleena Johnson, Rashan Ali, Trina Braxton, and Quad Webb, has been canceled after nearly three seasons.

Production of the show will end on April 24, 2020.

TEGNA released the official statement via the official Instagram page for the show:

We have made a decision to end production of “Sister Circle” as of April 24, 2020. Our four talented and engaging hosts – @rashanali, @syleenajohnson, @absolutelyquad and @trinabraxton1 – had an uplifting and positive impact on daytime viewers and we are so proud of the team and what ‘Sister Circle’ has accomplished in its almost three-year run.

While there are many loyal fans of the show, the show has not grown its audience enough to continue. We want to thank our partners at @tvonetv, and our advertisers and sponsors, for their support. And thank you, fans and friends of the show, for believing in our mission and tuning in every day. We love you! ?

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“Sister Circle” launched in 2017 with Rashan, Syleena, Quad, and comedian Kiana Dancie.

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Kiana departed the show in season 2 and was replaced with Trina Braxton.

I wish the ladies all the best in their future endeavors.