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Question of the Day
Beginning April 24, the network will air encores of Zooey Deschanel’s “New Girl” in its 9:30 p.m. time slot. The repeats will follow new episodes of “New Girl” until May 8, when the season finale is scheduled to air.
The remaining episodes of “Breaking In,” which stars Christian Slater and Megan Mullally, will air at a later date.
Created by Adam F. Goldberg and Seth Gordon, “Breaking In” has struggled in the ratings since it launched its second season in March, hovering around 3 million viewers. The show originally had been canceled last May, but was brought back by Fox for a slot on the midseason schedule.
‘General Hospital’ renewed; ABC cancels ‘Revolution’
It looks like ABC is not ready to totally give up on the soap opera genre. The network has renewed its one remaining soap, “General Hospital,” meaning it will be around for its 50th anniversary on April 1, 2013.
The lifestyle show “The Revolution” is not so lucky. It has been canceled and will air its final episode in July, the Associated Press reports.
Cutting “The Revolution” makes room for Katie Couric’s talk show to premiere in September.
The news was first announced by the website Deadline Hollywood.
Former “One Life to Live” executive producer Frank Valentini took over at “GH” in January. He brought back veteran actors such as Finola Hughes, a Daytime Emmy winner, and introduced a few key “OLTL” characters.
“General Hospital” is the longest-running U.S. soap on TV.
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