Olivia Munn Says Her Show Wasn't Canceled, Opens Up About Maxim Controversy

Actress Olivia Munn wants to make one thing clear: "Perfect Couples" wasn't canceled by NBC.

"I like to think of 'Perfect Couples' as a mini-series," a the half-joking star of the NBC sitcom that was cancelled by the network in March told FOX411. "They haven't canceled the show, it's just a mini-series. It always had an ending, right?"

Munn was in Las Vegas on Tuesday for the launch of SKYY Vodka's newest flavor, "Infusion Dragon Fruit," at PURE nightclub inside of the Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino.

The actress also addressed the controversy over her risqué February Maxim magazine pictures, where Munn was wearing nothing but a T-shirt and tiny boy shorts on the magazine’s cover. She didn't think the pictures were revealing and was shocked by the reaction from critics.

"I think guys find it more revealing than any girls do," said Munn. "All of my girlfriends I'd run into would say 'I loved (her Maxim magazine) shot.' I think people thought I was revealing more than I think any girl would've thought."

As for upcoming projects, Munn just finished shooting a film opposite Sarah Jessica Parker titled " I Don't Know How She Does It." She'll also continue working as a correspondent for Comedy Central's "Daily Show with Jon Stewart."