After airing just two episodes of the new series “We Are Men,” CBS announced its decision to pull the show from its Monday night roster on Wednesday (October 9).
Marking the network”s second fall series fail, the show unfortunately received low ratings and became a huge flop in the comedy lineup.
Per the show”s synopsis, a young guy who recently got dumped at the altar by his bride moves into a short-term rental complex. He forms a friendship with three divorced older men.
The show started Christopher Nicholas Smith, Tony Shalhoub, Jerry OConnell, Kal Penn and Rebecca Breeds.
Starting Monday (October 14th), “2 Broke Girls” will move to 8:30 ET to replace the flopped show while repeats of “The Big Bang Theory” will air until November 4th, when “Mike and Molly” premieres and takes over the vacant timeslot.