Final Episodes of '666 Park Avenue' & 'Zero Hour' to Air Saturdays on ABC

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May 20th, 2013


Per TVLine, the final four episodes of 666 Park Avenue, which was canceled last fall, will air Saturday at 9PM from June 22 to July 13.  666 Park Avenue will have the burn off of another canceled series, Zero Hour, as its lead-in. Two episodes of Zero Hour will air from 810PM on June 15.  It will then air Saturdays at 8PM from June 22 to August 3.  ABC missed a golden opportunity to have a Saturday night line-up entirely of canceled shows with numbers in the title by relegating the unaired episodes of Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 to ABC. com and other online streaming sites.

  • Oliver

    Glad ABC is at least airing them.

    In hindsight, I bet they wished they had left it on in January rather than putting comedies there.

  • Jeff (Canada)

    Already seen em, but at least ABC is airing them on TV.

  • Danak

    I wonder why Don’t Trust the B gets relegated to online and the others get burned off on Saturday?

  • Fred

    Such a shame this show didn’t take off.
    Very well produced. Some great acting as well.

    Vanessa Williams is a legend.

  • SG

    ABC first botched up Pan Am and then 666 Park Avenue plus they really screwed over everybody at Body Of Proof, a show where 9 million weekly viewers just don’t matter!

  • Samuel


    Don’t Trust The B probably had some pretty decent online figures so that might be a reason. Or they just really didn’t feel like wasting airtime on it. Both are probable situations.

    It’s a shame. It was actually quite a witty show, which I never faithfully watched, but when I caught the odd episode it was pretty funny. Krysten Ritter is hot too.

  • Bryan


    How many times do you need to be told that advertising revenues for networks depend on ratings and their share of 18 to 35 not total viewers.

  • Mark3

    Hell ya!!!!!!!

  • Oliver

    I imagine they’re airing 666 Park Avenue to complete its serialized plotline, while Zero Hour has plenty of episodes remaining.

    A23 wasn’t that serialized nor does it have many weeks of episodes remaining, so ABC just decided to put them online.

  • Raul

    It’s about time for 666!!

  • MichaelChickless

    I’ll probably record Zero Hour. Can you ever have enough N@zis?

  • Recollected

    Still angry that ABC cancelled GCB.

  • Ultima

    they really screwed over everybody at Body Of Proof, a show where 9 million weekly viewers just don’t matter!

    They don’t matter. Why is that so hard for you to accept?

  • Dan S

    Alright, I’ll definitely be watching both shows. At least Terry O’Quinn will be back next May on Fox with Gang Related.
    It’s really too bad ABC couldn’t make room in their busy schedule for the remaining unaired episodes of Apt 23. Is the Krysten Ritter pilot on NBC Assistance still alive or is it dead now ?

  • Anon

    They had already screwed up A23 by airing episodes out of order. There was no way to make sense of it.

  • david

    I will watch both and do no Harm on NBC for burn off Saturdays in June and July.

  • k:Alex

    Burn-off time, finally Saterday’s are alive, Alive!

  • FringeFan

    Like to watch the last four episodes of “666 Park Avenue” but after such a long hiatus I can’t even remember what happened in December! Why not air all 13 over again paired with Zero Hour? There’s nothing else on Saturdays anyways…

  • DM

    I can’t wait to see how low these ratings will be.

  • JoeHamm

    If I knew ABC was actually gonna go through with its promise, I’d have bothered to include it into my post-DVR reboot cram session. It wasn’t as bad as you’d expect. What’s worse, ABC now has only four or five opportunities to air a theatrical feature this summer. Should we even expect the Alphabet to bother with running any non-Hallmark movies next season? Also, from what I’ve heard, all 13 eps of Park Avenue are currently available on Netflix. Am I correct?

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