The ABC comedy ‘Don’t Trust The B—- In Apartment 23’ has officially been cancelled by the network. While ABC is straying from the word ‘cancelled’, the show has been yanked from the schedule after falling ratings the past few weeks.
The Krysten Ritter and James Van Der Beek-led sitcom premiered last year after a series of delays, but was soon picked up by a second season, but not before ABC pulled the show from the schedule leaving 6 episodes from season one unaired. The series returned in October for season two, with a strange airing format; two new episodes per week (Sunday and Wednesday nights respectively) and not in the correct order, leaving fans confused and story lines jumbled.
Yesterday, ABC decided to pull the plug on the series, removing it from the schedule leaving eight episodes unaired. Later on Twitter, although ABC declined to give the official word, series star and the aforementioned ‘B—- In Apartment 23’, Krysten Ritter wrote:
my beloved fans, sad to confirm that it is true. Don’t Trust the B— #apt23 has been cancelled. thank you so much for your support i love u