TV Week's James Hibberd reports on the new fall slate of shows. Check out his blog to keep up with who's winning and losing, and also new programming moves from the broadcast networks.
LOS ANGELES (TVWeek.com) -- Looks like Fox isn't going let "Nashville" coast after all. After two episodes, the network is pulling the Friday night docu-soap reality show in favor of "K-Ville" repeats for at least two weeks. The show debuted to a 1.0 rating among adults 18 to 49, then dropped to a 0.8 last week. "K-Ville" repeats will run in the slot Sept. 28 and Oct. 5, then Major League Baseball will take over. Fox claims "Nashville" will return Nov. 9 (which is a shame -– a network officially canceling a fall show on the first day of the season has a nihilistic ring about it).
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