'The Lottery's Luck Runs Out After One Season

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.