Rake: Cancelled Now? FOX Series Sent to Saturdays

Rake TV show canceled?A couple weeks ago, FOX shifted their low-rated Rake series to Friday nights. Now, the show is on the move again.

Rake follows a lawyer (Greg Kinnear) who tries to do good but just can’t seem to get beyond his numerous addictions that cause him so much trouble. The cast also includes John Ortiz, Necar Zadegan, Bojana Novakovic, David Harbour, Tara Summers, Miranda Otto, and Ian Colletti.

The series is being replaced by Kitchen Nightmares as of this Friday night. A rerun of the Gordon Ramsay series will lead into the one-hour series finale of Raising Hope at 9pm. Season six of Nightmares kicks off on April 11th.

Back-to-back episodes of Rake will air on Saturday, April 5th, starting at 8pm. That will leave one episode unaired — the sixth installment produced, titled “Mammophile.” No word on when or if that will see the light of day.

One thing is clear however. Despite the fact that FOX hasn’t cancelled it yet, there’s no way that Rake will be returning for a second season.

What do you think? Have you been watching the Rake TV series? Why do you think it hasn’t caught on?

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  1. E Tbow says

    Our household loves Rake. Please do not cancel! Seems like the things we really like get canceled. Like Parenthood now in last season. Bring them back!

  2. Disappointed says

    I was so disappointed to find out that RAKE would not be coming back. I really feel that if there would have been more advertisment of the show, it would have been a BIG hit. Please bring it back!

  3. Krystal McGinnis says

    PLEASE!!!! DO NOT CANCEL THIS SHOW!!! It’s one of the best shows out there!! Give it another season at least I’m begging you!!!

  4. cara says

    I finally find a tv series worth watching, and it’s been canceled? Why? Can’t believe this has happened again..think I’m through trying to find something entertaining on TV other than the ridiculous reality crap! B

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