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Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23

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ABC Cancels Don't Trust The B in Apt. 23

The network has pulled the series from its schedule effective immediately.


January 22, 2013

ABC has pulled sophomore comedy Don't Trust The B---- In Apartment 23 from its schedule, effectively canceling the series. The show has eight un-aired episodes that have already been filmed, but there is no word on when - or if - the network will air them.

Beginning Tuesday, January 29, two back-to-back episodes of Happy Endings will air in the 9:00-10:00pm time slot until March, when the next season of Dancing with the Stars kicks off.

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Comments (69)

KLW194
Posted 05/07/14 at 23:35:03

It seems to me everyone should be blaming / suing the Neilson ratings people for discriminating against people over 49 for all the good shows being canceled. If you're between 18-49 years old you get your choice of what to watch. Over 49 and your voice just does not count anymore. Loved this show. Hate to see it gone.
Chantrisse
Posted 05/16/13 at 18:34:51

Great news, guys! According to the Hollywood Reporter, we'll be able to watch the final 8 episodes tomorrow. Spread the word: the bitch is back! :)
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/apartment-23-episodes-online-441770
REALITY SHOWS SUCK
Posted 04/02/13 at 00:13:49

I hope FOX TV picks this up to replace BOB'S BURGERS(which sucked). The acting on THE "B" in APT 23 was awesome and it was the only show on TV that has made my family and I laugh. This would be a GREAT-FIT after"FAMILY GUY" and "AMERICAN DAD"...
The Great and Powerful Oz
Posted 03/14/13 at 21:34:21

I never watched this show because by the time this show came out I was burn out on network Tv and really all TV due to the constant quick cancellations.
I am glad I like true crime shows because these shows tend to stay on air for a reasonable amount of time. I do not know if it is because they are quite popular or because the ratings expectations are relaxed for these type shows.
Ken
Posted 03/10/13 at 18:13:38

SO GLAD THIS GOT CANCELLED, what a piece of garbage. Too raunchy for network TV, immature hack humor.
Mar
Posted 02/20/13 at 14:07:59

Perhaps if ABC had managed to actually air the episodes in order, rather than messing with the story line and events, people would have had the opportunity to actually enjoy the show. Instead they turned it into an inconsistent mess. The episodes that are truly a part of the second season are quite funny and demonstrate that the actors and writers had found good ground for their comedy. It's too bad that ABC messed with that by randomly showing previously unaired Season One episodes throughout the run. They made it as difficult as they could for this show to find an audience. Unfortunate.
AnotherGoodShowCancelled
Posted 02/20/13 at 08:07:41

one of the few sitcoms that actually made me laugh out loud.... i was sure it was going to have another season. these network exec's are seriously some of the dumbest people on earth.
they only get their job because of connections they have in the industry not because they have skill or bring vaulable perspective. pathetic human beings.
Mr. Squirrel
Posted 02/17/13 at 15:23:45

This was a fresh and edgy show that was quite funny on several levels. Great chemistry. Sadly, another casualty of stupid networks using archaic ratings systems. Who actually watches TV when THEY say it's on anymore? Most people timeshift now. Oh, and bring back Firefly!
Aisha
Posted 02/08/13 at 02:44:56

This is grade A BULL smh
steve
Posted 02/07/13 at 15:15:50

Good, this show was garbage
 
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On Air: 04/11/12 - 01/15/13

Network: ABC

Genre: Comedy

Not available on DVD

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Synopsis

A comedy following a naive girl who befriends someone who appears charming but is actually an immoral troublemaker.

Cast

Krysten Ritter (Chloe)
Dreama Walker (June)
James Van Der Beek (Himself)
Liza Lapira (Robin)