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ABC Pulls '666 Park Avenue' From Schedule

After cancelling the new drama just last month, ABC has decided to pull the remaining episodes of 666 Park Avenue from their schedule.

Starting January 6th, re-runs of hit comedies Happy Endings and Don’t Trust The B— in Apt. 23 will run on Sunday nights in 666‘s place, according to EW.

The show, which starred Dave Annable, Rachel Taylor, Terry O’Quinn, and Vanessa Williams, revolved around the residents and owners of a mysterious apartment building in New York City.

Though it was also cancelled last month, Last Resort will continue to air on Thursdays @ 8pm EST.

ABC Cancels '666 Park Avenue' & 'Last Resort', CBS Cancels 'Partners'

ABC has decided to cancel Freshman dramas Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue, while CBS has made the decision to end their comedy show Partners.

The ABC network chose to end Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue, despite picking up two additional scripts for both series. It has not been decided what will air in place of both series, since the network has not announced its midseason lineup yet.

The network has the comedies How to Live With Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life) and Family Tools scheduled for midseason, while they have also picked up full-season orders for Nashville, The Neighbors, and Scandal.

CBS decided to pull the plug on Partners after the show hit a series low (1.8 18-49 rating) on Monday.

Partners was the only new comedy introduced by the network this fall. Friend Me is scheduled to come on during midseason. Though Partners was cancelled, CBS has given full-season orders to dramas Elementary and Vegas.

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