Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer announced today on their podcast, "You Had to Be There," that MTV did not pick up Nikki & Sara Live for a third season. The show, which premiered on January 29 of this year, had two twelve-episode seasons, with the last ending on October 29. As they explain on the podcast, the numbers weren’t bad, actually improving in its second season, but the show just wasn’t the “runaway hit” MTV was hoping for. You can listen to the podcast episode below, in which they mourn the loss of the show, talk about their favorite moments with their former staff, and take small jabs at MTV. If only they were sixteen, pregnant, and having a super-sweet birthday party.
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