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TBS cancels Glory Daze

Glory Daze, TBS’s first hourlong comedy series, has been canceled by the network. The series premiered in November with a so-so 1.8M viewers and a 1.0 A18-49 rating, but concluded its 9-episode season on January 18 with 1.05M viewers and a 0.6 A18-49 rating.

Source: Deadline

TBS Retakes First Place Among Adults 18-34 in Primetime

TBS is closing out 2010 by reclaiming the title as basic cable’s #1 network among adults 18-34 in primetime. TBS’s extraordinary year included the launch of a new late-night block, a slate of top-rated original sitcoms and strong coverage of the MLB Playoffs.

In 2010, TBS made a landmark move by signing Conan O’Brien to host a new, late-night talk show. CONAN went on to become late-night’s #1 talk show with young adults, while Lopez Tonight enjoyed a strong start in its new midnight timeslot. TBS also launched its first one-hour comedy Glory Daze, which has performed extremely well among adults 18-34, and the sitcom Are We There Yet?, which became basic cable’s #1 sitcom among adults 18-49 and television’s #1 primetime scripted series with young African-American adults. TBS enjoyed continued strength from the network’s two Tyler Perry series, Meet the Browns and House of Payne.

The full press release is included after the jump.

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