Too bad! This show was so fascinating!
We're bummed to report that the HBO series In Treatment, which followed Gabriel Byrne as a psychotherapist as he treated a variety of patients with a plethora of different problems, has not been picked up for a fourth season, due to low ratings!
A spokesperson for HBO explains:
"It's true that we have no plans to continue with In Treatment as previously formatted. However, we are in continued conversations with the executive producers to find another way to continue telling these rich stories."
We certainly hope so!
Maybe it would work better without a specific week day correlating to one patient? It was a lot to have it airing so many nights a week!
Keeping our fingers crossed!
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Uh-oh! We guess people are getting tired of her!
Katie Price debuted her latest reality series last night on Sky Living, simply called Katie, and reportedly garnered a disappointing 470,000 views!
Wow! That's a pretty far cry from the 1.4 million her last show, What Katie Did Next, pulled in on its premiere!
Granted, network execs claim that they're happy with the numbers, and maintain that ITV2, which hosted her last series, managed to get better numbers only because it was also available on Freeview!
What do U guys think in the UK?? Are U over Jordan or will U watch her new show?
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But that doesn't mean it didn't dominate its time slot!
The smash FOX series pulled in about a 4.5 rating, averaging about 10.8 million viewers!
Wowza! It's their lowest, and they're still leaving shows like NCIS and One Tree Hill in the dust!
Impressive, guys! But don't get too cocky - the ratings could still continue to slip! (Pssh. Who are we kidding?!)
Tags: glee, low ratings, ncis, one tree hill, ratings, viewership
With a decline in viewership for the year to year World Series, FOX now is down 20% in the adults 18-49 ratings category, while every other network - CBS, CW, NBC - seems to be improving!
Thank goodness that they have Glee!
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We were worried about this.
After squashing all of the competition in viewership during his Monday premiere, Conan had a pretty significant drop-off during its second night, pulling in a 2.1 rating!
This puts them down 28%, whereas Letterman pulled in a 3.0/8, Leno a 2.5/7, and Nightline a 3.2!
No need to get too discouraged, but we sincerely hope this trend doesn't continue!
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