The low-rated drama has struggled early on.
October 26, 2017
It looks like ABC is making a scheduling change to its Sunday night lineup, and will be moving Ten Days in the Valley to Saturday nights. Show star Kyra Sedgwick took to Twitter this afternoon to make the announcement - one that comes after just four episodes and is not good news for the show's long-term future.
The freshman drama has struggled to find a sizable audience on Sundays at 10:00pm since its premiere earlier this month, with new episodes averaging just a 0.4 rating in the adults 18-49 demographic and roughly 2.7 million viewers.
Ten Days in the Valley stars Sedgwick as a TV producer and single mother who has her life turned upside down when her young daughter vanishes one night. In many uncanny ways, the disappearance bears similarities to her controversial police TV show, where everything is a mystery, everybody has a secret, and no one can be trusted.
The show is being pulled from its Sunday time slot effective immediately and will return to air on Saturday, December 16 with back-to-back episodes beginning at 9:00pm. New episodes will continue for the next two Saturdays at 10:00pm, with the two-hour finale set for January 6 at 9:00pm.
Unfortunately for fans, this move all-but-ensures that the show will not see a second season.
[Admin - Thanks for the feedback. We pride ourselves in being as accurate as possible with our reporting even though that can be difficult in the land of television, where cancellations are rarely ever announced by networks. Historically, there is a reason why shows are moved to Saturdays - and that is to burn off their final episodes. We consider that as cancelled. We clearly state in the article when the remaining episodes are returning to air. In the event this show is renewed, we will update its status to reflect that, but I don't think it is fair to call our reporting sloppy. We try hard to accurately represent the status of all shows.]
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