CBS’ canceled series “Doubt” will have its unaired episodes shown on the small screen this summer, according to Variety.
The network ordered 13 episodes of the legal drama but pulled the show back in February after airing only two episodes. The show was canceled due to low ratings with Nielsen live-plus-same day numbers reporting the season premiere only brought in 5.3 million total viewers.
Tony Phelan, the show’s creator, announced the remaining unaired episodes will air starting Saturday at 8 p.m.
CBS just announced that the remaining episodes of DOUBT will air at 8pm starting 7/1. Set your DVR’s NOW! pic.twitter.com/Se1N1cuY5H
— Tony Phelan (@TonyTphelan) June 19, 2017
Laverne Cox made history on the short-lived show by becoming the first transgender actress to portray a series regular transgender character on network TV. The series follows Sadie Ellis (Katherine Heigl), a defense lawyer who finds herself falling for her client, Billy (Stephen Pasquale). Dulé Hill, Dreama Walker, Elliott Gould and Kobi Libii also star.