Zach Braff's return to television has come to a quick end.
ABC released Braff's comedy series "Alex, Inc." officially set, from which the news just days before the start of the series come broadcast its season 1 – now series – finals. If that was not enough, the cancellation comes from "Alex, Inc." even just an hour after the network canceled both Designated Survivor and Quantico.
The news of the cancellation of the broadcast is not a surprise, because "Alex, Inc." has never made a name for himself despite his TV veteran Braff. With an average of 3.44 million viewers in the first season, averaging 0.85 average live + on the same day in the 18-49 age group, the odds of renewing the series for a second season were extremely slim.
Other ABC cancellations:
– "Deception" was also canceled shortly before the first season finale next week. The magic-based approach has averaged 0.8 in adults aged 18-49 years during its freshman season.
– After the end of his first season in March, Jason Ritter's "Kevin (probably) Saves the World" has a similarly fast end in the network today. At the age of 18 to 49, he received a similar score of 0.7 as some of his other freshman network members.
– This afternoon, "The Crossing" will round off the network's new additions. The thriller series with Steve Zahn is only about half during his first season, and has averaged a 0.7 rating in adults 18-49 with 4.22 million viewers.
Since ABC will likely continue more cancellations than the day, this item will be updated as more news comes in. 19659010] So: