The new series is pulled from the schedule.
May 1, 2017
After just two airings, Fox has cancelled its latest interactive reality series You the Jury, pulling it from its schedule effective immediately. The show premiered without much buzz on April 7 and was dead on arrival out of the gate, drawing just over 1.3 million viewers with ratings among the lowest on the Big 4 networks this season. Only one additional episode has aired since.
You the Jury held re-enacted trials of real-life civil cases, featuring top attorneys who played the roles of prosecution and defense as they questioned and cross-examined litigants and witnesses. Viewers would then weigh their arguments and vote on the outcome.
If you were getting in to the show then it had enough time to see how the ratings were doing. It's not that it didn't have 20 billion people watching it. It had 1.5 thousand. See how hyperbole works. The show was low rated and wasn't going to find an audience. I did not watch it which cancels out your did so on average nobody was watching it. Why should they keep a show on that nobody watches?