TNT has canceled Steven Bochco's legal drama "Raising the Bar" after two seasons. The announcement from the network stated that the show's second season didn't attract the ratings needed to justify renewal.
"Raising the Bar" starred Mark-Paul Gosselaar (right), Gloria Reuben and Jane Kaczmarek. TNT is expected to make a decision on another bubble show, "Dark Blue," soon.
TNT recently picked up "Southland," an acclaimed cop drama canceled by NBC.
Meanwhile, CBS has pulled but hasn't officially canceled its new medical drama "Three Rivers" effective immediately. The show, about an organ transplant team in a Pittsburgh hospital, starred the popular Alex O'Louglin (left). It averaged about 8.2 million viewers since its September debut, but those numbers have been declining even with strong lead-ins from "Amazing Race,"
The Sunday night time slot will be filled with episodes of "Cold Case" and special CBS programming.
"Three Rivers" is expected to finish production on its original 13-episode order, but there's no word on when or if those shows will be broadcast.