It's been on the brink for a while. Only a last-minute financing deal brought about a third season after Silverman and her team threatened to quit when the network announced plans to cut their budget by 20 percent.
The show had an intensely loyal following which led a Twitter campaign to rally a fourth season. But it was not to be.
Not everyone was a fan. TV Guide knocked the show in 2007 saying, "If there's such a thing as feminist frat-boy humor, Silverman has mastered it. Big deal."
Silverman's crazy cast of dysfunctional characters will no longer carry on. But she's rolling with a best-selling book "The Bedwetter." And she will co-star in "Take This Waltz."