It sad to say that "The Megan Mullally Show" is finished after less than five months. NBC Universal Television Distribution confirmed Wednesday Jan 3rd, that the low-rated program has been canceled and production has been halted.
Reason behind the encounter is obvious, its low ratings. The hour-long show, which launched in September, is averaging a 0.8 household rating season-to-date, in which anything below a 1.0 is generally considered problematic.
NBC Universal is planning to work with each station currently airing "Megan" to find "potential programming solutions" that fit their needs following the show's departure, a company spokesman explained. In the meantime, the show will keep airing through the end of the month, airing a previously scheduled mix of original and repeat episodes.