'Magnum P.I.' Among 5 Shows Canceled By CBS Along With 'Good Sam' And More
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'Magnum P.I.' Among 5 Shows Canceled By CBS Along With 'Good Sam' And More

Magnum P.I. (and several other shows) are done at CBS.

CBS has canceled the Magnum P.I. reboot after four seasons. This is one of the highest-profile cancellations this season, With Magnum P.I. being CBS’s higher rated shows. Joining Magnum P.I. in the cancellation pool are freshman series Good Sam, How We Roll and sophomore series B Positive.

This is the second wave of cancellations from CBS this season with the first including 'The United States of Al.'

The United States of Al lasted for two seasons before its demise.

Magnum P.I. was one of CBS‘s dramas that headlined people of color with Jay Hernandez starring in the title role. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the series brought in an average of 7.4 million viewers and received a 0.7 rating among adults in the 18 to 49 year demographic.

Shows that are set to come back next season include  'Young Sheldon' and 'Bob Hearts Abishola.'

However, CBS has not announced any new series for next season yet.

This is just one of many cancellations from network television. Recently, CW let go a number of shows as the network undergoes a potential merger with newsgroup owner Nextstar. The cancellations include Naomi, In the Dark, Dynasty, Charmed, 4400, and Roswell, New Mexico. At NBC, Kenan, The Endgame, and Mr. Mayor were also canceled.

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