It may be "canceled" for now, but most expect the show to resurface in some form down the road.This comedy starring Jane Lynch as an unlikely guardian angel for a dermatologist played by Maggie Lawson was originally planned to bow in November 2015 but was pushed back to January of this year.— so we strongly suggest you bookmark this puppy and check back for updates.
Adapted from a British variety series, the NBC version opened OK when it aired Tuesdays at 10 behind "America's Got Talent" and "The Voice" last September and October but wasn't strong enough to sustain itself when it moved to the night's leadoff hour.
In Nielsen's "live plus-7" estimates, it averaged a 1.7 rating in adults 18-49 and 5.6 million viewers overall.
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A show so dominant last decade that rival network executives called it "The Death Star," the singing competition endured several years of sharp declines before calling it quits in April after 15 seasons.
At its peak in 2006, a whopping 36.4 million watched the show's season finale, while this year's finale attracted a still-robust 13.3 million.
Fortunately, my good friend John Iannone graciously took my place at the last minute.
Of course, the Lenten season is also our busiest time of year and consequently, the backlog of materials that have accumulated since our last update in January is immense!
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