Lionsgate's 'Blue Mountain State' Cancelled By Spike
The football themed comedy shot in Montreal was not renewed by the Viacom-owned net after three seasons.
TORONTO - Lionsgate's football-themed sitcom Blue Mountain State has been cancelled after Viacom-owned Spike passed on a fourth season.
The college football comedy was shot in Montreal.
Blue Mountain State, which ran for 39 episodes over three seasons, portrayed three freshmen at Midwestern football powerhouse Blue Mountain State adapting to college life while juggling football, women, classes and hazing.
News of the cancellation was first reported by Zap2it.
Blue Mountain State, from Lionsgate Television and Varsity Pictures, was executive produced by Brian Robbins (Smallville) and Sharla Sumpter-Bridgett (Wild Hogs).
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