ABC has damaged adult with a new attribute comedy, “Manhattan Love Story,” canceling a sitcom combined by Jeff Lowell after 4 episodes.
The ABC Studios comedy, that focused on a middle monologues of characters who were embarking on a new relationship, is a initial of a new tumble shows to be canceled.
“Love Story,” that aired during 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays after associate new rom-com “Selfie,” had a diseased ratings start and lukewarm reviews, with Variety’s Brian Lowry essay that a account device was “straight out of a subtitled feeling-out sell in ‘Annie Hall’” — even if leads Analeigh Tipton and Jake McDorman were appealing.
Despite being a initial to dump a mattock this season, ABC has had good fitness in some of a other new properties and recently gave full-season orders to new comedy “Black-ish” and play “How to Get Away with Murder.” Both of those shows have flourishing fan bases, with “Murder” doubling a premiere ratings in multi-platform viewing.
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