Both shows will not be renewed after completing its 13-episode commitment. "A to Z" has shot 11 episodes while "Bad Judge" has shot 10 episodes. Five episodes each have aired. Both shows will remain in their Thursday night timeslots before fading away. Starting February, "The Blacklist" will fill in the Thursday 9/8c hour.
Both comedies were never a juggernaut for the Peacock. "A to Z" opened with 4.75 million viewers and dropped to 2.6 million viewers on most recent episode. "Bad Judge" started off with 5.8 million viewers and dropped to 4 million.