Fox reschedules 'Sit Down, Shut Up'


From The Hollywood Reporter:

"After two episodes, Fox is pulling Mitch Hurwitz's animated comedy Sit Down, Shut Up from its post-"Simpsons" slot Sunday nights.


Starting next week, "Sit Down" will air at 7 p.m. instead, a low-rated hour that's only considered "primetime" on Sundays. Repeats of "American Dad" will fill 7:30 p.m.


The remaining episodes of the final season of King of the Hill will ride to the rescue, filling the 8:30 p.m. slot. The rest of Fox's lineup remains unchanged.


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Comments

| May 31, 2009 4:12PM EDT
god no. Not this horrible show.
| May 26, 2009 8:05AM EDT
Dude-- the show is just as funny as Family Guy....in fact, its funnier-- The humor just isnt as 5th grade like Family Guy-- I seriously dont understand how they would expect a show to take off on Sunday nights in April after moving it within a couple of weeks. Give the darn thing a chance.....Im so done with TV execs and their AWFUL judgment when it comes to canceling and picking shows to run.... Unless its a horrible spin off they give it a couple of weeks....move it to an obscure time slot....then cancel....the whole system is run by morons.....maybe they will create another CSI to run its place....pffft
| May 2, 2009 7:37AM EDT
After only two episodes? Harsh.It's not terrible. Will Arnett's character always makes me laugh.This show is going to die now.
| Apr 30, 2009 5:41PM EDT
seriously, this show sucked

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