Miami Medical: CBS TV Show Cancelled; No Season Two

Miami Medical canceledThe latest medical drama on CBS is going the way of Three Rivers and NBC’s Mercy and Trauma. Miami Medical has been cancelled after one season on the air. However, there is some good news.

Miami Medical follows the exciting lives of a group of talented surgeons who work at one of the best trauma centers in the country. The Friday night drama features Lana Parrilla , Jeremy Northam, Omar Gooding, Mike Vogel, and Elisabeth Harnois.

The CBS medical series got off to a poor start on April 2nd with a 1.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 7.59 million viewers. In week two, the numbers dropped to a 1.4 rating in the demo and 7.1 million viewers. Viewership has continued to tumble and thus far, the season has averaged a disappointing 1.3 rating in the demo and 6.7 million viewers.

To put these figures in perspective, Numb3rs’ season had better numbers — an average of a 1.8 rating and 8.27 million — and was ultimately cancelled.

Should Miami Medical have been cancelled?

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And now, like so many of the other medical dramas from this season, Miami Medical has been cancelled. There won’t be a second season.

On the positive side, the show was scheduled to finish its run tonight, leaving five of its 13 episodes unaired. But now, CBS has added some additional airdates.

Next Friday’s will be a repeat of the pilot episode. Then, original episodes will return on June 4th, paired with new installments of Flashpoint. The last episode of Miami Medical is expected to air on July 2nd.

What do you think? Are you sorry to hear that Miami Medical’s been cancelled or should it have been pulled awhile ago?

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  1. Anonymous says

    Wondered where the went to. Guess the guys in suits like the shows with bad language and nudity. Cause that is all I can I ever find. I ususally end up turning off the t.v. Find a show of interest and it gets canceled. Hope the actors keep on acting they wre great, even if the suits did not think so.

  2. richard says

    je suis très très déçu que cette émission n’aura pas de suite,pour une fois qu’on voyait autre chose que des séries policière à la télé.J’aime bien les séries policière mais il y en a peut-être un peu trop

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  4. Mary says

    All the decent well-rounded shows with true heart and spark of reality get the boot which is a shame…most of television anymore is worthless and insulting to the viewers. This show was one of the intelligent few. Disappointed to search it out waiting for the next season and discover cancellation based on percentages. I guess shows that can make an impact are above the intellectual level of television viewers.

  5. Jessica says

    I hate the fact that they canceled Miami Medical. It is one of the best shows around and if CBS was smart they would see thatalot of people want the show back.

  6. Chad says

    I am real bummed, i really liked the series, it was somewhat new and fresh. I would hope they’d bring the series back.

  7. says

    I loved this show and it is a shame that they cancelled it. The actors are top, the plot is fabulous and they keep me glued to the screen.

  8. Trina says

    OMG! I was sooo upset after reading this! I’m just NOW watching this series via the net, but I CAN’T understand how they could flush this series!! GREAT screenplays, VERY real looking traumas, and it had a the feel of ER, CSI, and HOUSE all in one!! What a waste! I am glued to the screen and finishing ALL the eps in a row – just to HONOR this awesome show!
    To the actors…keep at it in your fields! U GUYS ARE AWESOME!!
    Lovin’ it Like McDonalds here in COLD-Ass CANADA!

  9. Valerie Evans says

    I loved the show, great story line, and Lana Parilla was outstanding! Bring it back! there’s NOTHING good on Friday nights now :(

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