'The Lottery's Luck Runs Out After One Season

Lifetime Drama Doesn't Have The Numbers
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Saddled with lackluster ratings, Lifetime has dropped drama series, The Lottery, after its first season.

The original series, which averaged only 700,000 viewers on live + same-day basis, concluded its 10-episode run on Sept. 28.

With the cancellation, Lifetime’s roster now features three scripted series entries, Devious Maids, which will return for a 13-episode, third season in 2015, plus newcomers UnREAL and Damien, a six-episode adaptation of the demonic, theatrical franchise.

A pilot order for a take on Jean M. Auel novel, The Clan of the Cave Bear, is also in play.