Looks like the money's run out for The Riches.
After several months of deliberation, FX has canceled the series, which starred Eddie Izzard and Minnie Driver as the parents of a family of thieves who move to a wealthy suburb and assume new identities.
After two seasons, failing ratings and the cost of promoting and producing new shows like Damages and Sons of Anarchy (which the network just picked up for another 13 episodes) were too much to overcome. Though the series started strong with 3.84 million viewers, that number fell 44 percent in the second year among the adults 18-49 demo, according to Variety.
The second season, which ended in April, was shortened from 13 episodes to seven by the writers' strike. Critics were mixed on the show, but Driver did earn Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for her work.
Are you sad to see The Riches go?