In Depth

It’s Official: ‘Disturb’ Is First Cancellation of Fall Season

Fox on Friday confirmed, with no reservations, that it has canceled “Do Not Disturb,” making the show the first casualty of the 5-day-old season.

The network on Thursday had pulled the first-year comedy from its lineup but said it hadn’t made a final decision on the show’s fate. This morning, after mulling all possible scenarios, the network decided it was time to check out of the hotel-based half-hour for good.

“Do Not Disturb,” which hailed from 20th Century Fox TV, averaged 4 million viewers and a 1.6/4 rating among adults 18-49 during its three-week run. A total of seven episodes of the show had been produced.

For now, Fox will fill its 9:30 p.m. Wednesday time slot with another episode of the nearly-as-low-rated “’Til Death.”