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ABC cancels 'Charlie's Angels'

October 14, 2011 | 12:14 pm

ABC  cancels Charlie's Angels
Goodbye, Charlie: "Charlie's Angels" is joining the cancellation club after four episodes.

The news comes a day after ABC announced full-season pickups for freshman series "Suburgatory" and "Revenge."

The network's attempt at revamping the 1970s campy series with Minka Kelly, Annie Ilonzeh and Rachael Taylor as three young female detectives in Miami proved futile. The series brought in 8.7 million viewers with its Sept. 22 premiere, but the numbers dropped from there. Thursday's episode garnered 6 million viewers, a marginal increase from the previous week.

Production has already shut down on the series, and remaining episodes will air until the network decides what will fill the time slot.

The fate of "PanAm" remains to be determined.


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--Yvonne Villarreal

Photo: Annie Ilonzeh, left, Rachael Taylor and Minka Kelly star in "Charlie's Angels."  Credit: ABC