Looks like America's fascination with all things Garden State might be running out.
ET has confirmed that CBS has decided to pull the plug on its freshman investigative drama, Made in Jersey, after only two episodes! This marks the first cancellation of the fall season.
The show, which starred Janet Montgomery, was unable to overcome its troubling opening ratings, receiving just a 1.1 in the target 18-49 demographic, with 7.8 million total viewers. Those numbers just didn't cut it alongside CBS' other Friday night shows, CSI: New York and Blue Bloods.
Made in Jersey's demise, coupled with the 40 percent ratings drop MTV's Jersey Shore experienced in its final season premiere could be a sign that America's fixation with New Jersey-set shows could be waning.
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