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[TV] NBC Moves Out Of “666 Park Avenue”

This is why I typically don’t watch a new television series until it’s picked up for a second season.

It looks as though the sub will never get off the island in “Last Resort” and “666 Park Avenue” is an address to be forever haunted, says Variety.

“666 Park Avenue,” which airs at 10 o’clock Sunday, the supernatural drama has been up against NBC’s “Sunday Night Football,” which draws a big weekly audience.

Starring “Lost” vet Terry O’Quinn as a demonic superintendant of a high-end Gotham apartment building, “666 Park Avenue” has been averaging a 2.2 rating in the 18-49 demo and 6.3 million total viewers in live-plus-7 data.

Show is from Warner Bros. Television and was created by David Wilcox, who exec produces with Matt Miller, Gina Girolamo and Leslie Morgenstein.

ABC plans to run the entire 13 episodes already produced before canceling each show.




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