NBC Renews ‘Manifest, Cancels ‘Indebted,’ ‘Bluff City Law’ and ‘Sunnyside’

NBC has made decisions for some of its remaining shows, picked up another season of "Manifest" and canceled "Indebted", "Bluff City Law" and "Sunnyside", according to TheWrap
The network, which has not yet announced its autumn plan, has withdrawn this year to make renewal and cancellation decisions beyond the typical May deadline. The novice drama "Council of Dads" is still in the balance after the end of the 10-episode season.
"Sunnyside" and "Bluff City Law" are canceled long after both shows have been removed from the network's program. "Sunnyside" was switched to digital last fall after a handful of episodes, while the "Bluff City" law was passed in November for collection throughout the season. "Indebted" finished broadcasting its 12-episode season in April.
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According to Nielsen, “Manifesto”, which is currently in its second season, has an average rating of 1.5 for adults between 18 and 49 years of age and 7.7 million viewers seven days late.
Last week, NBC recorded a second season of the mid-season entry "Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist", canceling the Bradley Whitford comedy "Perfect Harmony" and the drama "Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector" led by Russell Hornsby.
Read the original NBC story renewed "Manifesto, Canceled" In Debt "," Bluff City Law "and" Sunnyside "at TheWrap

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