Queen Latifah's Tv series Single Ladies has been saved from cancellation thanks to bosses at a new U.S. network aimed at black females.

In March (14), executives at America's Vh1 network decided not to order a fourth season of the programme, which the rapper, actress and talk show host executive produced via her Flavor Unit Entertainment company, but Latifah has struck a new deal with BET Network's new channel Centric, and the series will pick up where it left off.

The partnership will not only revive Single Ladies for a fourth season, but Latifah and her partners will produce new shows for the network, and episodes of her syndicated daytime talk show will also air on Centric.

Single Ladies, which launched in 2011, follows the love lives of three best friends, played by Charity Shea, Denise Vasi and LisaRaye MCCoy.