"Six Degrees" Cancelled, "October Road" Returns
ABC has changed their mind. Again. "Six Degrees" is off the schedule effective immediately and "October Road" will be back next week after an all-new "Grey's Anatomy" to conclude its 6-episode run with the remaining 2 episodes.
Although the network is still giving its midseason comedy "Notes from the Underbelly" post-Grey's premiere this week with 2 back-to-back episodes, the comedy will then move into its new home: Wednesdays at 8:30pm.
That means Thursdays at 10 will look like this: "Notes from the Underbelly" (April 12,) "October Road" (April 19,) "October Road: Season Finale" (April 26,) and "Grey's Anatomy: 2-hour spin-off episode" (May 3.)
It is not clear at this point if ABC will air "Men In Trees" or some other programming in the timeslot as of May 10.
As for "Six Degrees", the freshman drama dropped to a new season low of 3,18 million viewers last Friday and will therefore be replaced with repeats of "Wife Swap" affective April 13.
ABC has also yanked its midseason reality series "Great American Dream Vote" effective immediately.
In related news, FOX has halted production on David E.Kelley's Friday night drama "Wedding Bells" after only 7 episodes. Last week the show scored less than five million viewers finishing behind The CW's WWE Smackdown.
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