ABC Dumps Little-watched Drama 'My Generation' After Only Its Second Telecast
After just two airings, “My Generation” is the fall TV season’s second casualty.
ABC pulled the plug on the new drama after Thursday’s little-watched episode drew even fewer viewers than the premiere a week earlier.
Staged in the form of a documentary, “My Generation” focused on a group of young people 10 years out of the high school they attended together.
There was no immediate announcement of a replacement for the series.
Its axing followed word earlier last week that Fox had dumped its new drama “Lone Star” after only two airings.
The fall prime-time season began two weeks ago.
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