NBC cancels 'Mercy,' 'Trauma'
NBC has put the medical drama "Mercy" out of its misery. The long-struggling Wednesday night drama most recently pulled a 1.0 rating among adults 18-49 in the 9 p.m. hour.
The network also officially pulled the plug on its other freshman medical drama this season, "Trauma."
NBC executives indicated the show was cancelled once already this season, then ordered a few additional episodes once it became clear "The Jay Leno Show" wasn't going to last. "Trauma" was averaging around a 1.7 rating in its final days.
"Mercy" and "Trauma" joins "Law & Order" on the NBC axe-list, which after a protracted struggle officially got cut this morning.
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