The Jimmy Smits-led legal drama has been placed on production hiatus.
October 6, 2010
It appears as if NBC's legal drama Outlaw will be the third major network show to be canceled in the 2010-2011 season, as production has been halted on the struggling series. Three low-rated episodes have aired so far, and there are five more in the can that will still likely be broadcast. The network is said to be monitoring the show's performance during the next few weeks, but unless the ratings improve, the show will surely be canceled.
The other two canceled network shows so far this season are Fox's Lone Star and ABC's My Generation. NBC has yet to cancel any of its series.