ABC's freshman dramas about a renegade submarine crew and a spooky apartment building will run out their remaining episodes and have not been picked up for additional episodes
ABC's freshman submarine drama "Last Resort" has been sunk, and the network has shuttered "666 Park Avenue" while it's at it.
The network has declined to pick up its freshman drama "Last Resort," which starred Ande Braugher as a submarine commander whose crew is declared rogue enemies after he ignores a suspicious order.
Likewise, freshman drama "666 Park Avenue," which starred Terry O'Quinn and Vanessa Williams, will also not go forward. That drama centered around a young couple who manage a New York City apartment building that's plagued by supernatural occurrences.
Though the network says it will air the remaining episodes of both series, they have not been picked up for additional episodes.
"Last Resort," which airs Thursdays at 8 p.m., dipped to a 1.3 rating/4 share in the advertiser-cherished 18-49 demographic for its most recent episode, tying the lowest performance in the series' short existence.
"666 Park Avenue," which airs Sundays at 10 p.m., drew a 1.3/3 for its latest airing, which also tied a series low.
Earlier Friday, CBS canceled its freshman comedy "Partners."