''Greenlight'' gets mixed signals from Bravo -- Network execs are disappointed with the acclaimed show's low ratings but won't yet say they will cancel it

”Last night was probably the last new episode ever,” read those fans of Bravo’s critically-adored-so-naturally-low-rated Project Greenlight who logged on to the blog of series producer Chris Moore after the third season’s May 12 finale. But with Dimension Films scheduled to release the Greenlight-created horror flick Feast on Jan. 20, 2006, we wondered if the show might still go on. . .and hey, turns out Greenlight hasn’t actually been canceled — yet. ”[Bravo] called me after the blog went up and said, ‘You know, Chris, we’re still thinking about it,”’ says Moore. ”All that means is that right now, while everyone is paying attention, we don’t want to say we canceled it.” Bravo prez Lauren Zalaznick says the net is still assessing what to do with the ”phenomenal” Greenlight; Moore remains pessimistic. ”I’m not saying Greenlight is dead forever, but the present configuration is over. I’m not the kind of person who has the balls to ask somebody to pay for a TV show that nobody watches.”

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