Earlier this weekend, TV Rage brought you the heartwarming news that NBC's Do No Harm and ABC's Zero Hour, two shows that have already been cancelled, would get a brief glimmer of hope as their freshman seasons will finish up later this summer, running on Saturday nights beginning this June (Do No Harm returns June 29, while Zero Hour comes back June 15).
Another series is getting the same treatment, as it has been revealed that 666 Park Avenue will also get a chance to finish its first and only season in June, as it will begin airing on June 22 and air after Zero Hour (the time spot is not locked down yet).
666 Park Avenue, a series focused on the supernatural, premiered last September and seemed like it was going to do well. It starred Terry O'Quinn, Vanessa Williams, Rachel Taylor and Dave Annable and focused on a mysterious apartment building in New York City. A new couple moves in and comes to lear that a demonic force may be in possession of the building. Don't you hate when that happens?
The show lasted until November 16, when ABC pulled the plug. A month later ABC announced that the final four episodes would air in the summer, but it seemed like those plans faded away.
Obviously out of sight does not mean out of mind at ABC, however.
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