Doubt Update: CBS to Air Cancelled Drama's 11 Remaining Episodes
Cancelled Shows, Fun Facts! The Quickest Deaths, the 'Worst' Renewal, Hottest Discussions and More
As the broadcast TV networks prepared to unveil their shiny new schedules for the 2017-18 season, when all was said and done more than three dozen shows had been invited to take a dirt nap. So let’s exhume their corpses, shall we? READ MORE
Cancelled Quickly: Viva Laughlin, Doubt and 23 Other Infamous TV Flame-Outs
TV has been home to an infinite number of one-season wonders — but what about the shows that were practically yanked before the first commercial break? READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Doubt Cancelled After 2 Episodes, to Be Replaced by Beyond Borders
CBS is removing all Doubt from its primetime lineup.
The Katherine Heigl legal drama has been yanked off the schedule after just two airings READ MORE
Ratings: Doubt Debuts Below Code Black With a 0.8, Blindspot Hits Lows
CBS’ Doubt debuted on Wednesday night to 5.3 million total viewers and a 0.8 rating (per finals), placing below time slot predecessor Code Black‘s season premiere (6.4 mil/1.2), finale (6.1 mil/0.9) and sophomore average (6 mil/1.0). READ MORE
Doubt Premiere: What's Your Verdict on Katherine Heigl's Soapy Legal Drama?
In CBS’ Doubt, defense attorney Sadie Ellis (Grey’s Anatomy‘s Katherine Heigl) has found the man of her dreams. He’s kind, he’s smart, he’s funny… he’s apparently the first guy she’s ever really felt like she could talk to. He also happens to be her client, and he’s about to go on trial for first-degree murder. READ MORE & GRADE IT
What to Watch: Heigl's Doubt Debuts, Criminal Minds Team-Up and More
On TV this Wednesday: Katherine Heigl leads CBS’ Doubt, Criminal Minds partners with the Beyond Borders team and black-ish returns to its roots. READ MORE
CBS Sets Dates for Katherine Heigl's Doubt, Training Day, Next Amazing Race
Laverne Cox on Groundbreaking Doubt Role: 'It's Wonderful to Be a Black Transgender Woman on CBS'
On CBS’ midseason legal drama Doubt, Laverne Cox plays a fiercely competitive Ivy League-educated attorney. Oh, and she’s also broadcast television’s first full-time transgender character — a distinction not lost on Cox. READ MORE