NEW YORK (AP) — The fall TV season has claimed its first victim: the CBS series "Made in Jersey."
CBS announced Wednesday the legal drama had been pulled from the Friday lineup after just two airings. It premiered on Sept. 28 to puny ratings. It starred British actress Janet Montgomery as a colorful New Jersey lawyer who lands a job at a posh Manhattan firm.
The network is replacing it with the fourth season of the reality series "Undercover Boss," starting Nov. 2.
Until then, repeats of "NCIS" or "Hawaii Five-O" will fill the Friday hour.
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