Made in Jersey: Cancelled TV Series Returns to CBS

The first TV show of the season to be cancelled, Made in Jersey, is returning to CBS — for a little while anyway.

The low-rated legal drama aired on two Friday nights before CBS lowered the boom. The network has now decided to burn off at least some of the remaining episodes on Saturday nights. Right now, they’ve scheduled the third (“Wingman”) and fourth (“Payday”) installments of Made in Jersey for November 24th and December 1st at 8pm. You can read descriptions here.

The network hasn’t announced their schedule plans beyond the 1st nor do we know how many episodes were actually produced. CBS ordered 13 episodes but production may have shut down before filming was completed. We’ll have to wait and see.

What do you think? Will you be tuning in on Saturday nights to watch Made in Jersey? Would you consider buying the series on DVD?

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  1. Richard Benton says

    I loved this show. The writing was great as were the cast and story lines. I hope someone else like Fox or TNT or CW pick this series up. This was a smart, funny, intelligent show, rare for tv.

  2. Edward says

    I think it is absolutely STUPID that they are cancelling this show!! Its great – stands out as different from all the cookie cutter shows. Dumb Move!!

  3. SharN says

    I love watching Made in Jersey! It is a modern day family program, showing loving interaction between family members. I really enjoy the detective work that she finds herself doing and the crimes she helps solve. I say cancel a few (or all) the the real life trash that is on and schedule MORE programming like Made In Jersey. Seeing the networks tease us with wonderful programs like Made In Jersey and Harry’s Law, only to pull them way too early. Give wholesome programs a chance!!!

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