Warner Bros. canceled Ellen DeGeneres’s new show.

Warner Bros. has canceled former talk show host Ellen DeGeneres's show, less than 12 months after its debut on HBO Max. Paragraph

Deadline reported that the animated series, which was intended for preschoolers, was scrapped after two seasons.

However, work on its third season was completed. 

The release date for season 3 was originally set for June but was delayed earlier in the year.a

Little Ellen is loosely based on Ellen DeGeneres' early years. Laurel Emory plays the seven-year-old Ellen. 

There have been 20 episodes produced in both seasons. Each episode runs for approximately 11 minutes. DeGeneres and Warner Bros. 

made it under a three-part agreement that produced Ellen's Home Design Challange, and First Dates Hotel.