A&E has canceled its love-thy-neighbor reality romp after just two episodes. The network said today that is has stripped Neighbors With Benefits of its series status and has no plans to run the seven unaired hourlong episodes, though we hear there’s a teensy chance they’ll turn up online. The series from Haymaker followed multiple married couples in an “average suburban neighborhood” in Ohio as they court prospective partners and interact with friends and participants, all while going about their typical everyday lives as parents, professionals, soccer moms and Little League coaches. It premiered March 22 on the erstwhile arts and entertainment net. No word whether any of the cast members have tried out for WEtv’s Sex Box. If you’re kicking yourself over having missed this one, here’s an indication of its potential educational value — the swingers vocabulary:
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