Television’s ‘Las Vegas’ has become a victim of the writers strike, with its executive producer and creator, Gary Scott Thompson, announcing that the show will be cancelled because it would cost too much to re-start production.
Las Vegas was based in the fictional Montecito Casino in the Nevada glitter strip, and featured one of the biggest sets ever built for a tv show. It starred James Caan and singer Fergie’s main squeeze, Josh Duhamel, with Tom Selleck added to the cast last year as the new owner of the casino.
Thompson told TVguide.com on Tuesday (February 26) that the decision was based on the cost of re-starting production of the show, and the future of the show was even up in the air prior to the start of the strike in early November.
The last episode of the season ended on a cliffhanger and is not expected to be concluded according to reports.
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