“Believe,” “Crisis” Cancelled as NBC Bloodbath Continues

NBC’s Friday bloodbath remains alive. In addition to cancelling “Revolution,” “Community” and “Growing Up Fisher,” the network has axed new dramas “Believe” and “Crisis.”

Weakly rated from the onset, neither series made a credible case for a second season.

With the majority of NBC’s work done, attention will now turn to the network’s veteran “Parenthood” and freshman series “Dracula.”

Written by Brian Cantor

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