Kathy Griffin's misadventures through Hollywood’s "cellar" are coming to an end. The witty television personality is ending her award-winning series, "My Life On The D-List," after six seasons, People reported.
The 50-year-old comedienne expressed the difficulty of her decision to leave the hit show that she considered her "baby" for the past six seasons. "Reality is great, but I really didn't set out to be a reality star. So now it's time to spread my wings and show that I'm a little different than Kate Gosselin," Griffin told the magazine.
Despite the show's departure, the sharp celeb has ideas to return to sitcoms in the future, in an improvisational format similar to "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "The Office." In November she told EW.com, "I would love to do a hybrid show, like a half-scripted kind of thing or something based on what I built on 'My Life on the D-List' and what I experience, but not a full-on reality show."
Griffin doesn't plan on slowing down anytime soon, with several comedy specials airing on Bravo this year. She just recently hosted "VH1 Divas Salute The Troops" last month and is up for a Best Comedy Album Grammy in February.