NBC Shifts Struggling Summer Series; ABC to Burn Off Slater Show

Jul 1, 2010  •  Post A Comment

NBC has announced a schedule change in response to poor ratings for a summer series, according to TVbytheNumbers.com.

NBC’s summer series "Persons Unknown" has failed to garner good ratings, so after the Monday, July 5, broadcast the show will be relegated to Saturdays at 8 p.m. ET starting July 17, the story reports.

In another network move, ABC will show the two unaired episodes of the Christian Slater show "The Forgotten" on Saturday, July 3, starting at 9 p.m. ET.


  1. Great way to build viewer loyalty, NBC!

  2. No one has any patience any more. But I figure NBC knew they had a turd here or they wouldn’t have buried it in the summer in the first place.

  3. You have got to be kidding me. It’s no wonder the ratings weren’t too good. I loved this show, but for some reason, they decided to move it to 8 PM this week and have AGT from 9-11 est. I would have missed it if I hadn’t tuned in for AGT at 8 PM. Great job, NBC…You know how to schedule three things: AGT, Last Comic Standing, and the numerous L&O shows. Other than that…you have no idea what you’re doing. There’s reason your network is down the tubes.

  4. Hmm. Story needs work. Too soon for the character “secret identity” and also too soon to kill off the hot girl.
    Plus. No one talks about the night manager or the wait staff? Lame.

  5. Great read. Thanks for the info!

  6. I just live how you run this blog, I wish that you posted more.

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