ABC has pulled freshman dramedy series Big Shots and will air the three remaining episodes in January instead of December, as originally planned. In their place (Thursdays at 10 p.m., following Grey’s Anatomy), ABC will air repeats of Private Practice. Although ratings for Big Shots have not been good, given the writers’ strike’s impact on scripted programming, most networks have continued to air completed episodes for series that may have otherwise been canceled. ABC’s freshman drama Women’s Murder Club is still waiting for a verdict on its back-nine order, while Private Practice, Dirty Sexy Money, and Pushing Daisies have already received their full-season orders. (Hollywood Reporter)
Posted December 12 2007 — 12:00 AM EST
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