‘Made in Jersey’ Is the First Victim of the Fall Season

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ALTIt can continue to be in Jersey, but it looks like Made in Jersey is no longer going to be made. There have been several reports that CBS has pulled the show from its schedule, and will no longer be shown on Friday nights. Undercover Boss will replace the awful tough-Italian-lawyer-using-her-street-smarts-to-defeat-the-stuffed-Manhattan-suits-and-make-jokes-about-accents-and-hair-and-animal-prints drama starting in November. It hasn’t been officially canceled, but the writing is on the wall of the Olive Garden in a strip mall somewhere near Franklin Lakes. It might have been written by Caroline Manzo. CBS confirmed to Hollywood.com that Made in Jersey show has been pulled from the fall schedule.

That makes Made in Jersey the first show to get the axe this fall season. You dodged a bullet, Partners and The Mob Doctor. And congrats to everyone who had this in your office pool of which show will be canceled first. Wait, mine is the only office with that pool? Come on!

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[Photo Credit: CBS]

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After getting his master's degree in poetry, Senior Writer Brian Moylan started writing about television and pop culture for Gawker, The Guardian, The Washington Blade and a few other reputable publications. Brian has an honorary PhD in “Jersey Shore” studies from the University of Chicago. He's shared his often hilarious views about the tube on VH1, MSNBC, TV Guide Channel, MTV (Canada), BBC radio, and NPR. He can usually be found at his apartment in New York yelling at the TV and dodging calls from Real Housewives. He is a Taurus and likes long walks on the beach, fried chicken, and almost every reality television program ever created (especially “The Swan”).

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