Zero Hour: Cancelled Series Returning

Zero Hour canceled show returnsABC has announced that they’re bringing Zero Hour back — at least for a little while. The network cancelled the show after three low-rated episodes and pulled it off the schedule.

They’ve now decided to let viewers see the remaining 10 installments. A pair of Zero Hour episodes will air on Saturday, June 15th, at 8pm. Single episodes will be broadcast each week after that, until the two-hour series finale on August 3rd.

NBC recently announced plans to run unaired episodes of their Do No Harm series over the summer as well.

What do you think? Do you plan on watching the leftover episodes of Zero Hour? Do you think you’ll watch them “live,” on-demand, or online?

Canceled and renewed TV show

45 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. Yesh says

    “Zero Hour’s” clever inter-dimensional play, blended past to present, to past reflections indicative of the future, led the viewer through the maze of a seemingly unraveling ancient mystery, with smoke and mirrors, casting shadows, enigmatic architecture, while proposing doubt on pre-conceived realities, eulogizing relics, divulging into the dark dungeons of illicit men–where no one is as they seem, immersed into the Ages old profanity (Human Genetic Manipulation)–shrouded within collars, robes, habits, candles, imagery, suits, and human relationships, all amongst the characters. The talisman shown of dark science bequeathed death, the ability to perform such evils upon other characters within the series (caged specimens of mankind), for the plot–the greater good? The main character’s distressed revelation that his life had been multi-faceted, pre-scripted with bizarre prismatic angles, twists and turns, is full of intrigue as TIME at “zero hour” had ended and yet had just begun (the chalice, cross, or beast?). That said, the series is an enthralling mystery and very interesting, to say the least! Cool, they are not going to cancel it and are going to allow the rest of the series’ 10 installments to continue! It has been disappointing to see shows fans liked to watch, such as Flash Forward, The Event, and others to be canceled so abruptly! Looking forward to seeing the rest of Zero Hour soon!

  2. Yesh says

    The series’ inter-dimensional play, past to present, to past reflections indicative of the future, leads the viewer through the maze of a seemingly unsolved mystery, smoke and mirrors, casting shadows, enigmatic architecture, while casting doubt on pre-conceived realities, eulogizing relics, divulging into the dark dungeons of illicit men-no one is as they seem, immersing many into the Ages old profanity–shrouded within collars, robes, habits, candles, and imagery. Their talisman of science bequeathed death, to perform such evils upon mankind, for their greater good? Their deducement is futile. That said, the series is an enthralling mystery and very interesting, to say the least! Cool, they are not going to cancel it and are going to allow the rest of the series’ 10 installments to continue! It has been disappointing to see shows fans liked to watch, such as Flash Forward, The Event, and others to be canceled so abruptly! Looking forward to seeing the rest of Zero Hour soon!

  3. SummitGuy says

    Glad they’re going to give the series a ending. I liked the series and was surprised to see it pulled after 3 episodes.

  4. says

    Yes I will watch Zero Hour. Hopefully there will be answers for questions not yet answered and a decent finale. I will watch on my DVR. I don’t have time to watch live and plus I can FF thur all the comericials. For me DVR is the only way to watch TV except for live Sporting events.

  5. Jeremy Rynek says

    It’s really just too bad, he hasn’t been on anything in so many years, and it gets axed after just a few episodes. It looked interesting, but after I heard it was axed, I decided to not even bother. Maybe he can be a retired surgeon that wants to be a firefighter on Chicago fire next year. I say again, Chicago fire is ER in a fire house. So, just think about it, he’ll fit right in.

  6. Leigh Ann von Hoelle says

    I’m glad. I wasn’t able to watch it the first time, so i’m happy to get a chance to try and see it this summer.

Leave a Comment

Your comment may need approval from a moderator before it appears. We review comments to weed out spam, duplicate postings and personal attacks. We welcome constructive discussion.