NBC is cutting off power to Powerless.
The network has pulled the remaining three episodes of DC Comics' first live-action scripted comedy, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. The already renewed Superstore will take over its Thursday time slot at 8:30 p.m., with repeats of the America Ferrera comedy also running at 8 p.m. The remaining three episodes of Powerless have not yet been rescheduled.
The Vanessa Hudgens comedy underwent a significant retooling before it premiered. Series creator Ben Queen exited the series ahead of its launch, with Patrick Schumacker and Justin Halpern tapped as the new showrunners. While Powerless remained a workplace comedy set in the superhero universe, everything else about the series changed, including its portrayal of familiar heroes from the DC Comics universe.
The series launched Feb. 2 to mixed reviews and dismal returns. The comedy most recently collected 2.1 million total viewers and a 0.6 among adults 18-49 - off 30 percent from its Superstore lead-in.
Showrunner Shumacker addressed the future of the series on Twitter, writing that "#Powerless will not air this week or next. This, I know for sure. I can guess some other things but they're not good. Thanks for watching."
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