Hot in Cleveland to End Run After 6 Seasons

It’s time for the ladies of Cleveland to say goodbye.

TV Land announced Monday that Hot in Cleveland, which focuses on a trio of women who moved to Ohio from Los Angeles, will end after its sixth and current season.

Natalie Wood's Bruises, Scratches May Have Come Before Her 'Undetermined' Death

Natalie Wood’s bruises and scratches on her arm, wrist and neck may have been suffered before she entered the ocean off Catalina Island and drowned in 1981, the Los Angeles County Coroner now says in a newly revised autopsy report.

The coroner’s supplemental report is more verbose than the original report, and it details what the Sheriff’s Department learned in the new inquiry that it announced over a year ago, reigniting speculation that her death was no accident.

No New Evidence Found in Natalie Wood Case

The official cause of Natalie Wood’s 1981 death remains accidental drowning, as investigators say they have found nothing to dispute that in the two months since they re-opened the case.

“At this point, it is an accidental death,” William McSweeney, chief of detectives for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, tells the Los Angeles Times. “Nothing has been discovered to suggest changing that at this time.”

Robert Wagner Not a Suspect in Natalie Wood's Death

As authorities reopen the 30-year-old case of Natalie Wood, they plan to reach out to her then-husband – and perhaps the last person to see her alive – actor Robert Wagner.

But when asked at a news conference whether Wagner is a suspect, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Lt. John Corina answered, “No.”

Natalie Wood's Death: Authorities to Reopen Case

What happened to Natalie Wood?

That is the question the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office hopes to answer regarding the Nov. 29, 1981, death of the adored movie star, it was announced late Thursday.

On Friday morning’s Today show, the captain of the boat Wood fled the night of her drowning alleged that her husband, Robert Wagner, was responsible for her death.