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Drive: FOX Series Cancelled But Will Return

The cast of Drive on FOXFOX pulled the Tim Minear action series Drive off the air after only two weeks and four episodes due to low ratings. The network had given the series a truckload of promotion but, for whatever reason, the series didn’t catch on – at least as quickly as FOX would have liked. Would the series ever return?

FOX has announced that Drive will be returning to primetime. Unfortunately it will be a one-time event. The network will run the unaired fifth and sixth episodes of Drive on July 4th – one of the least-watched nights of regular television. They’re also calling them the “final episodes” which means the show has indeed been cancelled and viewers have no chance of ever seeing the race’s conclusion.

True fans might want to visit the Tim Minear website where they can read the scripts of the first four episodes of Drive. But beware of spoilers – due to some editing changes, some scenes in the episodes three and four scripts were shifted to appear in later episodes. Maybe we’ll get lucky and the site will post scripts for unfilmed episodes sometime in the future. Stay tuned! TV Series Finale home page

Update: The episodes have since been rescheduled to air on Friday, July 13th.

 

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Malcolm June 22, 2009 at 1:23 am

This was a solid series, the time slot was bad and it didn”t key people in to what the show was really about, it was not pushed or packaged as aggressively to open up a new fan base.

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Pieter May 9, 2009 at 12:37 pm

WHY CANCEL IT?

I can’t believe they would cancel such a good show. BRING IT BACK!

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Nick Dittler January 17, 2008 at 6:37 am

Drive had so much potential, they should put the rest of the season on iTunes. DVD would be nice.

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Connie January 4, 2008 at 5:35 pm

If your not putting this back on, then it should come out on DVD.

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Diane December 2, 2007 at 7:58 am

Stupid people can’t see past their noses when they say anything about ratings.

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