ABC has canceled four series, Variety reports.
One of the series has run three seasons, one two seasons, and two are freshmen.
Says the story, “ABC has canceled freshman series ‘Forever’ and ‘Cristela,’ plus sophomore drama ‘Resurrection’ and [three-year-old] reality competition ‘The Taste,’ Variety has learned.”
“Forever” opened “to almost 12 million total viewers in Sept. 2014, and dipped to just under 7 million for its most recent episode this spring,” Variety says.
Of ‘Cristela” the article wrote, “Averaging just over 5 million total viewers for its first season, the premiere launched to a total audience of about 6.5 million and wrapped up with roughly 4.7 million.”
This is what The Hollywood Reporter said about “Resurrection”: It “had a flashy first season — averaging 4.0 in the demo with DVR — [though] season two did not fare nearly as well as the show finished its expanded 13-episode run in January with 3.7 million total viewers. That was less than half of where it ended its freshman season.”