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Saturday, March 7, 2015


On Friday, NBC finally made some adjustments to its faltering Thursday lineup and cancelled Allegiance in the process. The show premiered a month ago airing after the big transplant of The Blacklist to the night. While The Blacklist showed strength in its first week and has survived so far, Allegiance was dead on arrival with no interest and a terrible 1.1 demo premiere. It only got worse from there, going as low as a 0.7 at one point and 0.8 this week. The Slap, which has been bombing at 8pm but is a limited series, will move to 10pm while Blacklist-themed Dateline specials will air at 8pm for the time being.

Allegiance joins A to Z and Bad Judge on the NBC cancellation pile while Parks and Recreation and Parenthood ended their long runs as well. The Blacklist, Celebrity Apprentice, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Grimm and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit have been renewed for next season. The Voice is sure to join that list and The Mysteries of Laura has a chance, but it's not looking great for the many other shows in the mix: About a Boy, Constantine, Marry Me, The Night Shift, and State of Affairs. Still to premiere this season for NBC are One Big Happy, A.D., and Odyssey as well as season two of Undateable.

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