The cast of "Girlfriends" are planning on suing their network, "The CW" for not honoring their contract. "Girlfriends", which was in it's eight season fell victim to the writers strike and was unfortunately cancelled. The show made history by being the longest running, African-American sitcom on prime time television. A record that was previously held by, "The Cosby Show".

"The CW" network offered to do a retrospective show, with the cast reflecting on past episodes. But the network only agreed to pay the actors half there salary, thus all of the actors equally pulled out.

I think it's sad that the show had to end in a bad way. I personally never did like "Girlfriends", but for those who did, I agree that the network should have given the show a proper farewell. [SOURCE]

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