The CW Uproots ‘Palms’

Jul 5, 2007  •  Post A Comment

Wednesday night The CW called the last episode of its low-rated summer soap “Hidden Palms” a “series finale,” thus concluding the program.
The eight-episode “Palms” run has played like a game of summer ratings limbo, testing how low an original broadcast series can go. The May 30 premiere earned a 0.6. The final episode aired on the Fourth of July to a 0.3.
“Palms,” executive produced by Kevin Williamson (“Dawson’s Creek”), initially was scheduled to air in midseason. But during production the network reduced its order from 13 episodes to eight and filled the slot with reality series “The Pussycat Dolls Present…” instead.
“Palms” is one of only two original scripted dramas attempted by the fledgling CW network since its launch last year (the first was the short-lived “Runaway”). This fall’s CW pilots, however, have generated some early positive buzz from critics and advertisers.
The CW had no comment.
(Editor: Horowitz)

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