There will not be a third season of the made-in-Utah series "Breaking Pointe." The project is done on The CW.
The network's president, Mark Pedowitz, said he was a fan of the show and praised its quality. He also said it worked very well online.
But the low viewership on the broadcast network means that there will be no more behind-the-scenes drama at Ballet West ... at least no more that's captured on camera.
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