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Sean Hayes’ Career Needs Saving! NBC Pulls The Plug On Production Of Sean Saves the World Sitcom!

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Sean Saves the World may need to save itself!

The freshman season of Sean Hayes' sitcom just got shut down! NBC halted production even though the show had an order to shoot five more episodes!

Uh oh…

We smell a cancelation a-comin’…

The series, which stars Sean as a divorced gay dad, has been struggling big time in the ratings. Last week, Sean Saves the World and the Peacock’s other superstar vehicle, The Michael J. Fox Show, only managed to pull in a 0.7 rating in the 18-49 demo.

Not good! Not good at all!

So, if you’re a fan of this funny show, we suggest you watch it while you can! And tell your friends to watch too! The curtains haven’t fallen on it just yet!

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6 comments to “Sean Hayes’ Career Needs Saving! NBC Pulls The Plug On Production Of Sean Saves the World Sitcom!”

  1. 1

    Wow! This show is funny! Too bad more people are not watching. It will make you laugh out loud for sure!

  2. lulu says – reply to this


    That's too bad. I love this show.

  3. Mydoona says – reply to this


    That's ok,he can just go back to Producing…his shows HOT IN CLEVELAND and GRIMM are still mega hits.

  4. rfr says – reply to this


    Sorry, but neither one is worth saving!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. 5

    I really like this show. It actually makes me laugh from the belly. Why do they always take off the good shows and leave on all of the crappy ones. The other one with Michael J Fox can be cancelled, that show is awful.

  6. 6

    The whole gay themed TV sitcoms is just getting redundant. Maybe next time Sean can play a retarded man? That would not be a stretch for the one dimensional TV sitcom performer.