Sources tell TMZ that the network is labeling the move as an "indefinite hold," which basically means the end. The site adds that Khloé wanted to focus on her other jobs and had no interest in shooting Season 2, despite aprevious announcement that FYI had ordered 15 more episodes of Kocktails shortly after the premiere.
TMZ added that there are more pre-taped episodes that will air including the finale with Kimye, Chrissy Teigen, and John Legend.
FYI and Pilgrim Media Group, which produces the series, confirmed the cancelation in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter:
"FYI and Pilgrim Media Group appreciate everyone's great work on the series and are pleased that the show brought new viewers and significant numbers to FYI's linear and digital platforms. We are grateful to have had the opportunity to work with Khloé and thank her for her hard work and unique voice that she brought to the series." the statement reads.Khloe released a series of tweets in response to the cancelation news thanking her fans for their support .
Hi my loves. I've enjoyed every second of shooting #KocktailswithKhloe. I'm so thankful to the team at @FYI and @pilgrimstudios for their hard work on the show... And to all of my guests who made this such a fun experience. April 20 will be the final episode. But we're going out with a bang!
Your support each week has meant more to me than you could imagine, and I'll continue to make time for our weekly chats.There are SO many exciting things coming up for me that I can't wait to share with you... I'm not going anywhere :) Love you always! XO