Charlie s Angels Cancelled

October 18, 2011 by staff 

Charlie s Angels CancelledCharlie s Angels Cancelled, Good morning, Los Angeles. I’m afraid it has been canceled. ABC says its revamped version of the 1970 hit “Charlie’s Angels” series of action focuses on three women detectives in Miami, was closed after only four vents, due to low ratings.

The network said Friday that four more episodes have not yet been issued. The remaining episodes expected to air until ABC decides what to put in the time slot. (On October 27, ABC has scheduled “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” and “You’re not elected, Charlie Brown”).

The original “Charlie’s Angels” aired for six seasons on ABC and became one of his angels, Farrah Fawcett, a big star. More recently, two films were produced also starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu.

Despite recognition of the mark “LA” reboot – which made the police academy graduates original car thief a thief and corrupt police – fought in the classification since it opened last month. The new series starring Minka Kelly, Rachael Taylor and Annie Ilonzeh.

Nearly 9 million viewers watched the premiere of September 22, but the number declined from there. The October 13 episode was seen by six million viewers, up about 100,000 onnly the previous week.

Ironically, the cancellation of Friday came the same day on ABC issued a press release promoting the performance of its line of Thursday night. The statement said year on year improvement in ratings and, in particular, noted that “Charlie’s Angels” at 8 pm NBC comedies led by 2.1 million viewers, according to overnight ratings from Nielsen Company (although CBS ‘”The Big Bang Theory” and Fox’s “The X Factor” are fighting for the title of most-watched hour).

“Charlie’s Angels” is the first to be canceled by the ABC’s new fall season. It joins several other series that have joined the club of cancellation – mostly comedies that do not strike the audience funny bones.

NBC’s “The Play boy Club” was the first cancellation of the season and was followed by the comedy of the string “free agents” about a couple of coworkers who have a one-night stand.

CBS’s “freshman” How to Be a Gentleman “is on its way to cancellation. The buddy comedy moved to Saturday, and then a day later the production stopped. Six episodes have not yet been issued. David Spade “Rules of Engagement,” which was aired on Saturday, takes over the slot of 20:30 hours on Thursday for its sixth season, which starts on Thursday.

The CW “H8R” in front of the celebrities who do not like, has also been removed from the network in favor of reruns of the new series of Sarah Michelle Gellar, “Ringers.” There is a possibility that the remaining episodes of “H8R” may return in summer.

But all news is bad in a fall TV season otherwise disappointing.

Nine series have gotten a full season pickup of their networks. NBC has picked up its comedy “Up All Night” and “Whitney” for full seasons. At ABC, the network has picked up full seasons of “Suburgatory” and “Revenge,” while ordering more episodes of sophomore comedy “Happy Endings”. The CW has ordered a full season of Sarah Michelle Gellar, star drama “Ringer,” “Hart of Dixie” and the supernatural “Secret Circle”. CBS has picked up “2 Girls broke” and Fox has picked up “New Girl”.

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