From the NY Times Arts Beat:
Trust Me, a comedy-drama about a make-believe advertising agency in Chicago, was canceled by TNT on Friday after a single season. It "achieved creative success," said Michael Wright, executive vice president and head of programming for TNT, TBS and TCM in Atlanta. "It just didn't find an audience." According to ratings data from TNT, a Time Warner cable channel, "Trust Me" drew only about 1.4 million viewers for each episode during its 13-episode season, which started in January and ended on Tuesday.
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