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"Four Kings" Gets Overthrown

sgreen.jpgThis is not one of "Four Kings" crowning achievements. The Futon Critic says that the mid-season replacement starring Seth Green has been pulled from the schedule, in favor of a repeat of network favorite "My Name is Earl."

While I think the double-shots of all shows have gotten way out of control -- especially when they try to "tantalize" us with a repeat -- I found this show to be completely unwatchable. And I even like Seth Green!

Although the show's 7.47 million viewers isn't exactly anything to sneeze at, sadly, that number just isn't that high anymore. That doesn't exactly leave a whole lot of hope for newcomers.

No word on what this move means for the show, but it's not exactly positive. New episodes of "My Name is Earl" remain in its regular Thursday at 9:00 p.m. (EST) timeslot on NBC. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on March 22, 2006 12:43 PM
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I've heard and read that the show is indefinitely cancelled.

I'm tired of networks saying that. I'd wish they'd be more concise and just "Simon Cowell" everything: "The show is gone for good, get over it. The ratings sucked; perhaps it sucked too. Wait for the DVD and stop whining. Now, go away and write your hate mail."

You know, something like that...

-- Posted by: James at April 22, 2006 9:53 PM

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