Tapings of "The Martha Stewart Show" are to cease in April due to low ratings and high production costs, the New York Post said Wednesday.

A spokeswoman for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia said "The Martha Stewart Show" and the rest of its programming slate on The Hallmark Channel, which includes "Emeril's Table," "Mad Hungry" with Lucinda Scala Quinn and "Martha Bakes," will continue at least through September.

However, sources told the Post episodes of "The Martha Stewart Show" airing past April will be repeats.

The weekday, 1-hour talk show debuted in syndication in 2005 but began airing exclusively on The Hallmark Channel in 2010.