We are reviewing all the cancelled shows and renewed shows of the season.
And in this case, bad news for all those Jimmy Smitts fans out there, since NBC cancels Outlaw. Good thing is it won´t happen right away.
The show will still air the four remaining episodes already filmed. But they would move Outlaw from Fridays to Saturdays 8 PM.
Dateline will expand from one hour to a two hour show to cover up for the loss of Outlaw, cancelled by NBC.
NBC cancellation of Outlaw should not come as a shocker, since the show was getting low numbers even for Friday Night shows. Friday’s “Outlaw” drew 4.1 million viewers and slipped to a 0.9 adult demo rating in the last nationals ratings updates.
What was Outlaw about? Plot
Outlaw is an American television series produced by Conaco Productions for the NBC network. The one-hour courtroom drama stars Jimmy Smits as a Supreme Court Justice who resigns from the bench to start his own law firm, as a way to more directly promote the ends of justice. The series premiered on Wednesday, September 15, 2010, and began airing on Fridays beginning September 17.
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