The Scott Foley-led drama “The Big Leap” has been canceled after just one season at Fox, Variety has learned.

A modern tale about second chances, chasing your dreams and taking back what’s yours,”The Big Leap” revolves around a group of diverse, down-on-their-luck characters attempting to change their lives by participating in a potentially life-ruining reality dance show featuring a modern reimagining of “Swan Lake.”

“The Big Leap” starred Scott Foley, Teri Polo, Piper Perabo, Simone Recasner, Kevin Daniels, Ser’Darius Blain, Jon Rudnitsky, Mallory Jansen and Anna Grace Barlow.

The drama from creator/executive producer Liz Heldens (“The Passage,” “Friday Night Lights”), director/executive producer Jason Winer (“Modern Family,” “Perfect Harmony”) and executive producer Sue Naegle (“Soundtrack,” “The Plot Against America”) premiered as part of Fox’s fall lineup. It averaged a 0.4 rating among the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic and 2.8 million multiplatform viewers throughout its 11-episode run in Nielsen’s Live + Same Day data, which counts a week’s worth of delayed viewing where available.

“The Big Leap” is produced by 20th Television and Fox Entertainment.

Fox’s “Our Kind of People,” which was the other freshman drama the broadcast network debuted last fall along with “The Big Leap,” is still awaiting decision, as is “The Cleaning Lady,” which debuted at midseason. Veteran dramas awaiting decision at Fox are “911,” “911: Lone Star” and “The Resident.” On the comedy side, there’s no word yet on “Call Me Kat” and newbie “Pivoting,” or the soon-to-premiere “Welcome to Flatch.” Renewed Fox series include “Bob’s Burgers,” “Duncanville,” “Fantasy Island,” “Family Guy,” “The Great North,” “Housebroken” and “The Simpsons.”