Made in Jersey: Cancelled By CBS

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After just two episodes, CBS has pulled the plug on Made in Jersey.

The Janet Montgomery-led drama premiered to 7.7 million viewers and then lost 30 percent of its opening audience last Friday night. It will be replaced by Undercover Boss starting November 2.

Janet Montgomery in Made in Jersey

On the flipside, CBS is expected to order full seasons of its other new dramas, Vegas and Elementary; while the cancellation watch now turns to 666 Park Avenue and The Mob Doctor.

Neither are expected to last much longer on ABC and Fox, respectively.

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I wanted to like this show but I didn't. After the crazy unrealistic opening scene I thought it would be a comedy. I could not believe Janet Montgomery's character was a lawyer and I am not a fan of Kyle McLaughlin. I prefer Grimm.


666 Park Avenue is defiantly next.


It may have been marketed as a Janet Montgomery led program, but I think the producers were on their way to making it a Kyle McLaughlin vehicle. I'm not sure I liked that idea.


It wasn't great but cancelling after 2 episodes is silly.

Spindae 2o

shame. . ., I think it is a show with huge potential. BTW Kristopher Polaha is such a show killer. No long term succses with him. Shame cause he is a solid actor!

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