Despite a recent order for two more scripts apiece — traditionally seen as a vote of confidence — neither series will receive a back-nine pick-up, meaning both series will end after 13 episodes.
An ABC rep tells TVLine the network is planning to air the remaining hours in their entirety.
Both freshman dramas had struggled to maintain an audience. Thursday’s Last Resort, which reportedly was an important factor in whether or not the series would receive a full-season pick-up, saw a slight ratings drop to 5.8 million total viewers and a 1.3 demo rating.
Similarly, last Sunday’s 666 Park earned only 4 mil/1.3, matching the previous episode’s series low.