Ace of Cakes is baked

Nov 22, 2010 at 3:44 p.m. ET

The tenth season of Ace of Cakes will be its last, the Food Network announced Friday. Will you miss the show?

Ace of Cakes canceled by The Food Network

The Food Network's take on the cake craze, Ace of Cakes, will wrap after 10 seasons on the air, the network reported Friday.

"It's true: All good things must come to an end. Ace of Cakes' 10th season, set to air in January, will be our last," Ace of Cakes star Duff Goldman said on a blog posted on the Charm City Cakes website.

"About three weeks ago, we completed filming and wished a tearful goodbye to our beloved crew from Authentic Entertainment (and threw a rager of a wrap party.)"

Ten seasons of cake

Ace of Cakes was likely cancelled because they couldn't compete with TLC's wildly-popular Cake Boss. The Hoboken, N.J.-based Cake Boss continues to be a runaway hit with audiences, while Ace of Cakes struggled to find a strong following.

Bigger projects on the horizon

Goldman said that more opportunities are on the horizon for Charm City Cakes.

"[A]lthough we can't reveal too much yet, there are definitely plans afoot for some big things for us in the future. Some of those plans involve TV cameras, some don't. But believe you me, we aint (sic) going anywhere," he wrote.

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