‘Made In Jersey’ — Cancelled by CBS

2 years ago, by

October 10, 2012

‘Made in Jersey’, the newest legal drama from CBS was officially cancelled by the network. With only two episodes aired from the first season, the legal drama starring Janet Montgomery failed to attract a solid audience — premiering to 7.7 million viewers and a 1.1 rating among adults 18-49.

However, to replace its Friday night timeslot is the Emmy-winning reality show, Undercover Boss — which starts on November 2.

This is the first show pulled out from the fall 2012 TV series lineup. Do you support CBS for pulling the plug on ‘Made in Jersey’? Hit the comments now.

  • Snapps izking

    Made in Jersey was a good
    primetime show. I know it wasn’t the best but it was watchable compared to a
    few others. I was shocked to find CBS canceled it after only two episodes. I
    thought it might start to do better with a few more episodes but doesn’t look
    like that’s going to happen anymore. I enjoy recording good shows on primetime,
    but the problem for me was I always had more shows I wanted to watch and never
    enough DVRs to do it. I don’t have to worry about picking and choosing either,
    since I made the change to the Hopper. This was an excellent suggestion from my
    coworker at DISH, who told me how well it works. I can enable the PrimeTime
    Anytime feature, and all four major networks will record on one TV without
    timer conflicts of shows. This has never made life easier and it’s helped
    simplify my life. I don’t know what I would do without this awesome DVR.