"On the Fly" has been grounded.
The pop-culture driven show, which debuted in June 2013 on WFTC, MY29, was canceled Tuesday by parent company Fox due to low ratings. It will be replaced by the national series "Hollywood Today Live" starting Monday, Jan. 11.
Staff was informed of the decision Tuesday. The show was led by long-time Twin Cities radio personality Tony Fly, who was dropped by 96.3 FM in 2012. Origianal co-host Kesley Soby left the talker this past June.
"Hollywood," which launched nationally this past fall, is taking over the local late-night time slot, 11 p.m. on weeknights with repeats airing 1:30 p.m. on Sundays.