LOS ANGELES (AP) — TV’s “America’s Next Top Model” is leaving the runway.
The CW reality competition series will wrap in December with the current season’s finale.READ MORE: Investigation Into Illegal Guns Leads To More Than 100 Weapons, 12 Arrests In Putnam And Westchester Counties
In a statement Wednesday, network President Mark Pedowitz called the series “a global pop culture phenomenon.”
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“America’s Next Top Model” debuted in 2003 on the now-defunct UPN channel and was the first series on fledgling CW in 2006.
The “America’s Next Top Model” finale will air Dec. 4 on The CW.
There may be another chance to say goodbye. The network is discussing a retrospective that would air in late 2016.
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