The two series did not conquer the American public, making them the least followed of the season on their respective networks.
The adventure has already come to an end for two recent news on American TV, one of which is currently being shown in Italy. Both the FOX dance dramedy The Big Leap both the NBC drama Ordinary Joe have been canceled from their respective networks and will not return next fall with a second round of episodes.
The cancellation of The Big Leap
Available streaming on Disney +, The Big Leap told of a dance reality show that recruits ordinary people to perform in a revamped version of Swan Lake. The series, the cast of which included Scott Foley (Scandal) And Piper Perabo (Covert Affairs), fared very badly in the United States, gathering an average of 2 million viewers every week, with a rating in the 18-49 demographic target of 0.4, the least followed of all the dramas aired on FOX. “Thanks to everyone who looked and believed in The Big Leap“wrote Foley on Instagram after the cancellation is announced. “I loved this cast and will miss seeing it every day.”
The cancellation of Ordinary Joe
Same fate for Ordinary Joein which James Wolk (Zoo) played the role of a man who, faced with one of those fundamental life decisions on the day of his graduation, lives three completely different parallel lives depending on the choice made. In a timeline, Joe followed in his father’s footsteps and became a cop. In the other, he became a nurse, married Jenny (Elizabeth Lail, YOU) and both had a disabled child. In the third, Joe married Amy (Natalie Martinez, Under the Dome) and pursued his passion for music, becoming a rock star. With an average of 3.3 million viewers and a 0.5 rating, the series was the least followed of the 10 dramas aired on NBC.
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