Have you been watching Lucky 7? You might be the only one. After just two episodes, ABC canceled the drama, which revolves around a group of gas-station employees who win the lottery. It only pulled in a .7 rating in the Tuesday, 18-49 demographic, meaning less than 1% of viewers in that age group tuned in. That's even less than the show earned for its premiere, which was the worst for a drama in ABC history. In its place, the network will run repeats of Scandal, so there's that.
This just isn't shaping up to be a good Tuesday-night season for ABC. Viewership dropped 34% for Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. from its debut of 12.1 million. The Goldbergs and Trophy Wife were down, too. Maybe everyone was watching Brooklyn Nine-Nine? (Christian Science Monitor)
Whatever the reason, it looks like canceling season has begun. So, for those of us who contributed to Lucky 7's demise by not watching, here's a little post-view. Because we know you want to see what you weren't missing.