Fox cancels the sitcom starring Mayim Bialik

Mayim Bialik has experienced an extremely unanticipated career revival for several years. After being a teen sensation thanks to Blossom,

she became a household name to a new generation thanks to The Big Bang Theory, and she parlayed that popularity into being one of the rotating

hosts for Jeopardy!. Call Me Kat, an offbeat comedy series that she started starring in on Fox, has reportedly been cancelled after three seasons, according to Variety.

The notion of the show is really intriguing: The character of a professor played by Mayim Bialik is close to middle age and is well aware that she won't be getting married any time soon.

So she decides to change occupations and create a cat cafe with the funds her parents had initially set aside to offer her a lavish wedding. 

This made her persona highly accessible to many people who have abandoned their old job paths in favor of something new, especially in recent years.

The program started out successfully enough. With Bialik serving as executive producer, the show transformed a British series called Miranda

into something that appeared brand-new and original to American viewers with Jim Parsons serving as executive producer.

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