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"Inconceivable" Gets Cancelled

legal.jpgNBC said they were just skipping a week of the new drama "Inconceivable." Liars! Variety says that the show has been pulled permanently.

What did they expect for Fridays at 10:00 p.m.? Put "Law & Order" there -- the new episodes. ABC could shift "Desperate Housewives" too. The same with CBS and "CSI." It's a ratings goldmine for the right show. Unfortunately, this was not that show.

Although the word is not official, Variety says that production has been halted. Tonight, NBC will be airing a repeat of "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" in its timeslot. The math is not that hard.

For a look at who else has gotten the axe this year, visit TV Fodder's Cancelled Shows section. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on October 7, 2005 2:06 PM
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I think that NBC did a terrible disservice by cancelling Inconceviable after only two episodes. I didn't see a lot of promotion or marketing for the show. It seems as if they didn't believe in the show from the start and hurriedly pulled the plug. I'm outraged because this was for sure one of the top shows I look forward to watching every week. I'm hoping that they bring it back, change the time slot, or anything that will just give it a chance! It is an awesome show. I saved it on my tivo and showed it several of my friends and when we all were going to watch the third episode, it was gone. Just wanted to get the word out!

-- Posted by: Ms Taylor at November 1, 2005 2:29 PM

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