The television series "Hart of Dixie" is about a young woman from New York City who moves to Bluebell, Ala., after medical school and heartbreak in New York. The woman, Zoe Hart, arrives in Bluebell only to find that the individual whose medical practice she was going to join has died, and designated her to take over. The series follows her professional and romantic exploits in Alabama as she navigates a completely different world from the one she grew up in.
"Hart of Dixie" is a CW network show that premiered in 2011. It's rated PG, and stars actresses Rachel Bilson and Jaime King. The show was canceled in 2015 due to low ratings, after running for four seasons. Its viewership steadily slid downwards from 2011, with only a small rise in viewers in 2014.
The series is an hour long dramatic comedy described by the creator of the show as "Gilmore Girls in the South." The show won one award and received two award nominations.
Showrunner Leila Gerstein announced the cancellation on social media, indicating that the series would end with Zoe and her on-screen boyfriend, Wade Kjnsella, due to have a baby, and a relationship between the mayor of the town, Lavon Hayes, and Zoe's sometimes friend and sometimes foe Lemon Breeland.