October 4th, 2010
05:25 PM ET
We guess this is one "Generation" no one wanted to talk about.
ABC's "My Generation" has joined Fox's “Lone Star” in the fall 2010 new show graveyard, as the network has canceled the series after just two episodes.
Apparently the series - which followed the lives of nine high school graduates from Austin, Texas, 10 years after they tossed off their caps and entered the real world - wasn’t attracting an audience.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, ratings were down 31 percent following the poorly rated season opener, with only 3.9 million viewers tuning in for the second episode. As a result, production came to a halt on Friday.
“My Generation” had held the 8 p.m. slot on Thursdays, leading into “Grey’s Anatomy,” and it remains to be seen what will replace the show.
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