As we inch closer to upfronts week, the broadcast networks are cleaning house to make room for some new series.
As such, ABC has now swung the ax on freshman comedy The Kids Are Alright, and freshman drama The Fix.
Of the two cancellations, The Kids Are Alright is the biggest surprise. The Mary McCormack and Michael Cudlitz-fronted series had strong reviews.
It started strong in the ratings, but has tailed off in recent weeks. It is currently averaging 4.1 million total viewers and a 0.9 rating in the demo in live + same day measures.
The cast also included Sam Straley, Caleb Foote, Sawyer Barth, Christopher Paul Richards, Andy Walken, Santino Barnard, Tim Doyle, Sawyer Laucius, and Jax Laucius.
The Fix was Robin Tunney's returned to TV. The Marcia Clark legal drama launched earlier this year to weak reviews.
Additionally, it was on slipper slope in the ratings, with Monday's episode logging just a 0.3 rating.
The cancellation was expected given the ratings.
Both shows join For the People as the first bunch of shows canceled on the network this season.
Grey's Anatomy, The Conners, Modern Family, The Good Doctor, Station 19, A Million Little Things, Black-ish, and How to Get Away with Murder have already been renewed.
The Goldbergs, Schooled, American Housewife, Single Parents, The Rookie, Bless This Mess, Splitting Up Together, Fresh Off the Boat, Whiskey Cavalier, and Speechless have yet to be renewed or canceled.
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