It’s too bad the ratings weren’t as hot as the stars of the show

Fox Disbands ‘Girls Club’ After Two Episodes
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – After two airings, Fox has returned its verdict on its legal drama “Girls Club,” and the news is not good for the defendant.
The network canceled the heavily promoted show on Tuesday, after it posted a significant decline from its already weak premiere episode.
That first showing finished fifth in its time slot, according to Nielsen Media Research, and was 82nd for the week out of 131 total rated programs.
The second episode was down 16 percent in total viewers from the first show and down 16 percent in the ratings among audiences aged 18 to 49, a key demographic for advertisers.
“Girls Club” was the latest drama from famed producer David E. Kelley. The show was dogged by negative reviews and largely failed to draw young women, its target audience.
Fox had counted on the show as the successor to another Kelley legal drama, “Ally McBeal,” which was a hit for the network before ending its run last season.
Kelley, best-known for shows like “L.A. Law” and “Picket Fences,” has two other shows on air this season: “Boston Public” Monday nights on Fox and “The Practice” Sunday nights on ABC.