Don’t Trust the B in Apartment 23: Cancelled Show Episodes to Be Released

Don't Trust the B canceled episodesThere’s a little good news for fans of cancelled sitcom Don’t Trust the B in Apartment 23. They’ll finally get to see the remaining unaired episodes.

ABC pulled the sitcom in January after 11 episodes from season two had aired. That left eight unaired and word was that the network might get around to running them at a later date.

ABC has now decided to release them on May 17th and they’ll be available for free viewing on Hulu and ABC’s site. For those who want to purchase them, they’ll also be for sale on iTunes. There’s been no word of a DVD release but one seems likely.

Six of the episodes have already aired in Australia and are titled “The Leak…,” “Monday June…,” Teddy Trouble…, “Making the Grade…,” “The Seven Year Bitch…,” and “Using People….” The final two are “Occupado…” and “Original Bitch….”

What do you think? Are you looking forward to watching the leftover episodes? Will you watch online or purchase them?

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  1. Katy & Ben says

    We are very upset about the cancelation of the show “don’t trust the b in apartment 23″. It was a great show that both dudes and chicks could enjoy together. We loved watching it together. We are probably purchase the lost episodes. Best show ever!

  2. says

    why why i love the show it funny and great. remind me the first time i move to nyc. i been ny for three year. i hope this show come back in future.. or soon.. i want more season

  3. Rosa says

    I don’t understand…. why aren’t they showing them on tv? isn’t that the point of having additional unaired show eps? especially since it’s not like they’d be competing with anything else by the time they plan to air them….

  4. Bethany says

    I LOVED this show and eagerly awaited every week’s episodes. It is beyond me why they canceled it, but at least we get to watch them for free. I really wish that the genius brains that allowed these shows to air would keep up their momentum and keep them there. The replacements are lackluster at best. But like I always say, now I have more time to watch other networks and Hulu and Netflix and such. :)

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