"The Megan Mullally Show" Gets the Axe



The low-rated "The Megan Mullally Show" has been canceled and production has been halted, NBC Universal Television Distribution said.

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.

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