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Made in Jersey: Cancelled Episode Details

CBS TV show Made in Jersey cancelledAs you probably already know, CBS has cancelled Made in Jersey after two airings. The ratings were quite bad, even for a Friday night TV series and the network has removed Made in Jersey from their website’s list of TV shows. You can still watch the two episodes that already aired however.

The network hasn’t said how many episodes were actually produced. Based on earlier released information, we do have some details on episodes three and four. Since we don’t know if you’ll ever get to actually see them on your TV set, here they are:

MARTINA BELIEVES THE OWNER OF A HIGH-END JEWELRY STORE IS HIDING DETAILS ABOUT A BOTCHED ROBBERY IN HIS STORE, ON “MADE IN JERSEY,” FRIDAY, OCT. 12

“Wingman” – Martina agrees to take on the case of a man whose wife was killed in a jewelry store heist gone awry. Also, Martina must teach her nephew a valuable lesson when he is caught stealing, on MADE IN JERSEY, Friday, Oct. 12 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

SERIES REGULARS:

Janet Montgomery (Martina Garretti)
Kristoffer Polaha (Nolan Adams)
Kyle MacLachlan (Donovan Stark)
Megalyn Echikunwoke (Riley Prescott)
Toni Trucks (Cyndi Vega)
Erin Cummings (Bonnie Garretti)
Felix Solis (River Brody)

GUEST CAST:

TV show supportJessica Blank (Deb Keenan)
Michael Drayer (Albert Garretti)
Tommy Ligand (Enver Gjokaj)
Thomas Vaethroeder (Robby Keenan)
Lewis Grosso (Joseph Keenan)
Berto Colon (Leland)
Andrea Bordeaux (JaQuay)
Curtis McClarin (Shawn Macy)
Daniel Raymont (Louis)
Megan Byrne Gig Davis)
Tom Galantich (Drake Mitchell)
Peter Van Wagner (Judge Maganiello)
Aaron Schwartz (Ted)
Sarah Wilson (Emily Hunt)
Evander Duck (Sid Melman)
Kris Eivers (Danny Keptuski)

WRITTEN BY: Alicia Kirk

DIRECTED BY: Jeff Bleckner

RATING: TBD

MARTINA USES HER WEALTH OF FOOTBALL KNOWLEDGE TO CHARM A FORMER HIGH SCHOOL QUARTERBACK INTO LETTING STARK & ROWAN REPRESENT HIM, ON “MADE IN JERSEY,” FRIDAY, OCT. 19

Brando Eaton (“The Secret Life of the American Teenager”) Guest Stars as Doug Hartsock, a Former High School Quarterback

“Payday” – Donovan and Nolan ask Martina to help land a client for the firm, a former high school quarterback, who lost out on a pro football career due to injuries ignored by his coaches. Meanwhile, a problem in the accounting department at Stark & Rowan causes a delay in Martina’s first paycheck, on MADE IN JERSEY, Friday, Oct. 19 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Brando Eaton (“The Secret Life of the American Teenager”) guest starts as Doug Hartsock, a former high school quarterback.

SERIES REGULARS:

Janet Montgomery (Martina Garretti)
Kristoffer Polaha (Nolan Adams)
Kyle MacLachlan (Donovan Stark)
Megalyn Echikunwoke (Riley Prescott)
Toni Trucks (Cyndi Vega)
Erin Cummings (Bonnie Garretti)
Felix Solis (River Brody)

GUEST CAST:

Donna Murphy (Darlene Garetti)
Joe Siravo (Gavin Garretti)
Jessica Blank (Deb Keenan)
Michael Drayer (Albert Garretti)
Brando Eaton (Doug Hartsock)
James Farrell (Coach Long)
Kate Jennings Grant (Gale)
Ted Koch (Ferris)
Nick Chinlund (Jack)
Pallavi Sastry (Denise)
Aaron Simon Gross (Oliver)
Jodi Long (Judge Meisner)
Matt Walton (Stiles)
Drew Beasley (Charlie)
Nicolette Pierini (Annika)
Quincy Chad (Security Guard #1)
Lewis Grosso (Joseph) Aaron Roman Weiner (Bryan)

WRITTEN BY: Kevin Falls, one of the show’s Executive Producers

DIRECTED BY: Victor Nelli

RATING: TBD

What do you think? Would you like to see these and the rest of the unaired episodes? Would you consider buying them for download or on DVD?

 

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Phyllis Humbert February 1, 2013 at 9:29 pm

We really liked this show. Good story with a clever ending along with family dynamic. Really liked the actors. Sorry to see it cancelled.

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Dean November 11, 2012 at 4:40 pm

This is definitely bull. I was really looking forward to this show, then after watching the first episode, realized it was going to be even better than I thought it would be. I would definitely pay to watch the rest of the episodes that weren’t aired. But, I really hope and wish that a cable channel will pick it up.

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Antonia October 25, 2012 at 12:42 am

I would gladly pay to see the unaired episode s, I think this show had a shot and was pulled WAY too soon. I liked the main actress, I liked the family aspect and I was looking forward to getting to know them better. Anyway a cable station could pick it up?

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Anna October 16, 2012 at 3:36 pm

Another mistake – it just shows that if a TV program doesn’t have nudity, four-letter words and just plain smut it can no longer be successful!! God Bless America!

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Jeanne October 14, 2012 at 12:25 am

I just watched the 2 episodes of Made In Jersey that I taped with my DVR. They were both good shows. Why would they be cancelling this show? A likeable star with an interesting family & she’s got lots of what we used to call ‘moxy.’ And the investigator is an interesting character. Let us at least see the rest of the episodes that were taped already. But I still vote for giving it a 2nd chance. I just read an article about how DVR viewing only counts if you watch the show within 3 days of it airing. We’re busy people & sometimes it can take us longer than 3 days to get to watch a show especially when so many had their first show during a 3 week period.

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emm October 12, 2012 at 9:39 pm

this is messed up I mean you guys didn’t even promote the show right . you should really give the show a chance

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Debbie October 12, 2012 at 8:54 pm

I watched the first two episodes and really liked the show, enough to set my DVR for series record-imagine my surprise that the show was already cancelled. Who decides that in only two shows? Seems to me that you would air quite a few before the demographics could be determined. What a disappointment.

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Michael October 13, 2012 at 5:27 am

ABC with Work it back in January.

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Tha Critic October 12, 2012 at 7:13 pm

I didn’t even get through the pilot episode yet. Got it free on my PS3. I guess I shouldn’t bother.

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Kathryn October 12, 2012 at 5:02 pm

I really liked this show and know others who did also. Why don’t they give these new shows a chance… it was nice, light fare for a Friday night, but should have been on at 8pm and not 9pm against NIKITA and GRIMM, two shows who had established audiences. Just goes to show that the networks start out AGAINST certain shows and never really give them a chance. If you aren’t planning on keeping a show, why air it at all and disappoint the few who are ready to embrace change. WHO ARE THE JERKS IN CHARGE???? They seem to want to alienate the viewing public.

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Jeremy Rynek October 12, 2012 at 3:26 pm

This just proves my point, they had no confidence in this show at all, none what so ever. Now they don’t even have it on the website? They were more than willing to pull that plug, they like put a a big chain around it and rip the whole outlet along with the wall right off. Wow, what a crock, once again, f**k you cbs.

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janice October 12, 2012 at 3:08 pm

this is why these shows get cancelled people don’t bother to start watching new shows
on network channels because they get cancelled right away what about all the money they spent making them….so stupid

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Craig October 12, 2012 at 2:34 pm

They needed to make this show during The Sopranos’ run instead of during the Jersey Shore run.

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Kyle October 12, 2012 at 1:46 pm

I never watched the second episode, but I think 2 episodes in is way to early to pull a new show. I wish these stations were forced to air all of the produced episodes when they cancel a show–there was someone out there who enjoyed it, and they should get to see at least what was produced!

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