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NBC cancels Free Agents

NBC has canceled the low-rated comedy Free Agents after just four airings. Last night’s airing of the series drew a series-low 3.28M viewers and tied a series low among adults 18-49 with a 1.0 rating.

This marks the second cancellation of the new season for NBC following Tuesday’s axing of The Playboy Club.

Broadcast TV Ratings for Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Network HH Rating/Share Viewers A18-49 Rating/Share
7.2/11 11.898M 3.3/9
5.9/9 10.200M 3.5/10
5.6/9 8.907M 3.2/9

4.5/7 6.856M 1.6/4
1.8/3 3.698M 1.7/4
1.0/2 1.413M 0.6/2

Complete ratings and breakdowns follows after the jump.

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Broadcast TV Ratings for Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Network HH Rating/Share Viewers A18-49 Rating/Share
7.6/12 12.338M 3.5/9
7.2/11 12.141M 4.2/12
7.0/11 11.359M 4.1/11

4.4/7 6.616M 1.8/5
2.0/3 3.742M 1.7/4
0.9/1 1.321M 0.6/2

Complete ratings and breakdowns, including week-to-week comparisons, etc., follows after the jump.

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Photo Gallery: NBC’s Free Agents

Click over the jump to check out a gallery for NBC’s new series Free Agents.

“Free Agents” is a crooked workplace/romantic new comedy from creator John Enbom (“Party Down”) and Emmy Award-winning director Todd Holland (“Malcolm in the Middle”) based on the cult U.K. series of the same name that explores the trials and tribulations of two public relations executives on the rebound. Alex (Hank Azaria, “The Simpsons,” “Huff”) is newly divorced and can barely keep himself together while his co-worker Helen (Kathryn Hahn, “Hung”) thinks she has it together but is obsessed with her deceased fiancé and actually is falling apart. Then a drunken Alex and Helen end up in bed together, and in the resulting sober confusion, Helen decides that they should only be friends. Meanwhile Alex’s co-workers, Dan (Mo Mandel, “Love Bites,” “Modern Family”) and Gregg (Al Madrigal, “Wizards of Waverly Place,” “Gary, Unmarried”), and Stephen (Anthony Head, “Merlin,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”) fail in their attempts to help him get back out on the dating scene. When Alex finally agrees to a date, Helen gets a little jealous, and he gets cold feet, so they end up back where they started — in a casual, intimate and beautifully awkward relationship. Also starring is Joe Lo Truglio (“Backwash,” “Mad Love”) and Natasha Leggero (“Ugly Americans,” “’Til Death”). “Free Agents” is a production of Universal Media Studios in association with Dark Toy and Big Talk Productions. Enbom is executive producer/creator along with executive producer/director Holland. Karey Burke (“Miss/Guided”) executive-produces, along with Big Talk Productions’ Kenton Allen (“Free Agents,” BBC Network) and Nira Park, as well as Chris Niel.

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Full trailers for NBC 2011-12 shows

Click over the jump to check out full trailers for 10 of NBC’s 12 new shows: Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea, Awake, Bent, Free Agents, Grimm, The Playboy Club, Prime Suspect, Smash, Up All Night and Whitney.

Keep up with all the latest NBC Upfront 2011 news at the network’s dedicated page here.

You can also find news for the other networks — ABC, CBS, The CW and FOX — at the Television 2011-12 page here.

Continue reading Full trailers for NBC 2011-12 shows