tbs cancels the wedding band brian austin green harold perrineau TBS cancels 'Wedding Band' after its first season

The party is over for “Wedding Band.” The TBS musical comedy starring Brian Austin Green aired its final episode on Saturday (Jan. 19) and will not return for a second season on the cable network.

This story of four guys who perform cover songs at weddings may have been doomed from the start. Airing at 10pm on Saturdays — possibly the worst “prime-time” slot available — “Wedding Band” never managed to top 2 million total viewers at any point in its run. Only 1.4 million tuned in for the finale (according to The Hollywood Reporter).

Also appearing with Green on the show were a mix of familiar and unfamiliar TV faces. Melora Hardin (“The Office,” “Monk”), Harold Perrineau (“Lost”), Jenny Wade (“Reaper,” “The Good Guys”), Peter Cambor (“NCIS: Los Angeles”) and Derek Miller co-starred in the 10-episode series. Although the show also attracted some big-name guest stars — including Green’s wife Megan Fox — viewers never followed.

The cancellation of “Wedding Band” leaves three original scripted comedies on the TBS slate: “Men at Work,” “Sullivan and Son” and “Cougar Town” (acquired from ABC for airing in 2013).