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ABC yanks 'My Generation' from schedule

October 1, 2010 |  4:23 pm

Looks like "My Generation" died before it got old.

ABC pulled the plug on "My Generation," its drama about a bunch of high school buddies trying to make sense of their lives 10 years after graduation, after just two episodes had aired.

The hourlong show, which was in the highly competitive Thursday 8 p.m. time slot, averaged just 3.9 million viewers this week. ABC has yet to say how it will fill the hour.

"My Generation" becomes the second show this season to get a quick hook. Earlier this week, Fox canceled its con-man drama "Lone Star."

Another show that may have a short life is ABC's legal drama "The Whole Truth," which has also posted very low ratings in its two airings.

-- Joe Flint

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