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ABC’s Don’t Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 has basically been cancelled by the network, as well as pulled from the Tuesday night lineup until further notice. The slow but steady death of the series has been a long time coming due to underwhelming ratings, but it’s a little surprising ABC is pulling the remaining episodes of the series, rather than letting them play out.

On Tuesday—the night the show normally airs—the program has been pulled from the schedule, effective immediately. THR confirmed the news, noting that this week ABC’s new show, The Taste, will have a two-hour premiere that will cover the transition. In the future, ABC’s other program in the comedy block, Happy Endings will get back-to-back episodes to cover Don’t Trust the B----’s timeslot.

As noted prior, the last eight episodes of Don’t Trust the B---- are not currently set to air as part of ABC's schedule. Which means Don’t Trust the B---- is only a tiny step away from official cancellation. At least, that’s what show co-star James Van Der Beek seems to think. He took to Twitter today to state his thoughts.
“Sad to say ABC has pulled #Apt23 and will not be airing the 8 remaining episodes any time soon. Translation: we’ve basically been cancelled.”

Show star Ritter also spoke out via the outlet to state the show has been cancelled, and while ABC hasn’t officially used the term “cancelled,” things are not looking good. The last time Don’t Trust the B---- aired on a Tuesday, the show failed to even bring in even 3 million total viewers. As always, we’ll let you know when ABC makes a decision on whether or not to even air the final episodes.

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