TV Series Finale reports:
CBS is sending their new low-rated docu-series Brooklyn DA to Saturday nights, starting at 9pm on June 22nd. Next Tuesday’s episode will be replaced by a rerun of Person of Interest.Of course, it might be these upcoming depositions of the DA and his shady Rackets Bureau chief that might really be the reason CBS is bailing on a series that it never should have aired in the first place.
Brooklyn DA follows the men and women of the Kings County District Attorney’s Office, both in and out of the courtroom. The show debuted on May 28th to a disappointing 1.0 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 4.99 million viewers.
The ratings have been dropping even lower each week. The most recent installment drew just a 0.6 in the demo and 3.56 million.
CBS has been calling Brooklyn DA a six-part series. Had the show been more successful, the network surely would have considered a second season. But, with such dismal ratings, that isn’t likely a consideration.
With three episodes remaining, the last episode of Brooklyn DA is expected to air on Saturday, July 6th.…