FOX Pulls "Justice", Ends Production
When FOX relocated its Jerry Bruckheimer series "Justice" from Wednesday nights to Monday's post-"Prison Break" slot, the 6 million people who watch the legal drama starring Victor Garber, knew their show was in trouble.
The network had also shown support for the series by giving it an additional script order and re-airing some of the early episodes. Despite low ratings, FOX seemed to have faith in the series.
That is all history now, as FOX pulled the series from its line-up effective immediately (repeats of House will fill the slot through the end of the month). The network will air Billboard Music Awards on December 4, so the earliest return date for the series is December 11.
There is, however a possibility the show may never come back (the production on the series will cease after the 13th episode and the additional scripts will not be filmed).