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Submitted by alycakes 522d ago | news

ABC Cancels 'Last Resort,' '666 Park Avenue'

THR Live Feed:
Freshman dramas Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue will not move forward at ABC.

The network has opted to cancel both underperforming series, despite picking up two additional scripts for both. The two series will get to air all 13 episodes in their original order in their respective Thursday and Sunday time slots. (666 Park Ave., ABC, Last Resort, TV)

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alycakes  +   523d ago
I truely believe that 666 Park Ave would have made it if it had been on another night. Thursdays are tough to beat but so are Mondays and Tuesdays now.
mushroomwig  +   521d ago
Just my luck, the last resort is the first TV show in a long time that took my interest as soon as it started and it's already being cancelled.

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