Kings Staying in Its Timeslot

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Despite its unbelievably terrible ratings, Kings will be staying in its timeslot, according to E! Online's sources. The insider said:

"At this point, there are no plans to change the Kings airings."

At worst, viewers can look forward to the fulfillment of the show's thirteen-episode first season, despite its average rating of less than four million viewers per week. Let's bask in this positive news. Considering the quality of the last episode, we're definitely excited to continue watching.

Michelle and David

Oh, and did we mention that next week's episode guest stars McCauley Culkin as William's son?

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