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'Made in Jersey' pulled from CBS lineup; 'Undercover Boss' returns

October 10, 2012|By Greg Braxton
  • Erin Cummings, left, Janet Montgomery and Joe Siravo of CBS' "Made in Jersey."
Erin Cummings, left, Janet Montgomery and Joe Siravo of CBS' "Made… (David Lee / CBS / Associated…)

"Made In Jersey," the new CBS series starring Janet Montgomery as a scrappy, street-smart New Jersey attorney working in a Manhattan law firm, is apparently the first casualty of the fall season.

The series, which has drawn low ratings since its Sept. 28 premiere, has been pulled from the Friday lineup after only two airings.

A network spokesman confirmed that the show, which was created by former Los Angeles Times reporter Dana Calvo, had been yanked, but gave no further details on when or if it would return to the schedule.

The reality series "Undercover Boss" will debut Nov. 2 in the Friday 8 p.m. slot that had been occupied by "Made in Jersey." In the interim, encore episodes of "NCIS" will air Oct. 12 and Oct. 26, while a repeat of "Hawaii Five-0" will air Oct. 19.


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