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Fox's 'Running Wilde' may have run out of time

November 8, 2010 | 11:06 am

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As Fox's "Running Wilde" completes production on its 13-episode order Monday, star Will Arnett took to his Twitter to express his feelings about the state of limbo his single-camera comedy is in.

"Last day shooting #RunningWilde with @mitchhurwitz directing. Thanks to all who watched. Bittersweetness, I am firmly in your grasp," Arnett tweeted.

Although Fox has not canceled the low-rated freshman series, the future does not bode well for the comedy, which has not gained traction with viewers. While the series was scheduled to conclude production Monday, Fox did not give it a full-season order, which means the end of the road is probably near.

The sixth episode of the series airs Tuesday in its regular 9:30 p.m. slot. Fox will air all 13 episodes.

Arnett clarified his original tweet by letting his followers know "we're simply in limbo" and added, "Someone suggested anarchy if it is,I can't remember if I disagree."



--Maria Elena Fernandez
twitter.com/writerchica


Photo: Will Arnett as Steve and Keri Russell as Emmy in "Running Wilde." Credit: Myles Aronowitz/FOX

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