The Fox show "Do Not Distub" has been cancelled. And no, we didn't watch it either.
The comedy, which lasted a total of three episodes as part of FOX's Wednesday night lineup, will be replaced by repeats of its lead-in, "'Til Death," for the time being. FOX had initially said the show was only taking a short break, but the network has now confirmed it won't be back.
Seven episodes of the show were filmed; it's not clear whether the four unaired shows will see the light of day.
"Do Not Disturb" starred Jerry O'Connell as Neal, the egotistical general manager of a hip New York hotel, and Niecy Nash as Rhonda, the head of human resources, and centered on the upstairs-downstairs clashes between them. The cast also included Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Molly Stanton, Jolene Purdy and Dave Franco.
The show averaged only a about 4 million viewers in its three airings. Critics were also down on the series -- so much so that the show's producers sent out a letter apologizing for the show's shaky start and urging critics to give it a second look.
"Do No Disturb" joins the likes of "Online Nation" (a CW show) and "Smith" (a CBS show) in the first-cancelled club from recent seasons. We're just happy that the first show isn't coming from our networks this time around!