ABC has pulled the plug on the Christian Slater drama Mind Games after just five episodes.
ABC’s Thursday 8 p.m. time slot continues to be a dead spot in the network’s prime-time lineup, as the new drama series Zero Hour premiered to record low ratings.
ABC’s heavily promoted new political drama, Scandal, bowed Thursday night to unspectacular numbers, delivering 7.33 million viewers and a 2.0 in the 18-49 demo.
After airing just two episodes of Once Upon a Time, ABC is putting in a back-nine order for the fairy-tale drama.
CBS has effectively canceled its freshman comedy How to Be a Gentleman, exiling the show to Saturday night and handing its plum post-Big Bang Theory slot to the veteran sitcom Rules of Engagement.
When casting around for a single word to characterize the new TV season, one could do a lot worse than the millennial interjection “meh.” But for a pair of comedies and a few dramas, the fall schedule thus far has been decidedly underwhelming.