The CW is cleaning house ahead of its upfront presentation.
The network has canceled two freshman dramas — Frequency and No Tomorrow.
Both have been axed by the network after low-rated debut seasons.
Frequency averaged 1.5 million viewers and a 0.4 rating among adults 18-49 including DVR, while No Tomorrow had 1 million and a 0.3 in the demo. The writing was on the wall for each show when The CW declined to pick up additional episodes beyond the initial 13-episode orders. (Both were predicted to be doomed in EW’s Deathwatch rundown of bubble shows.)
No decision yet on fellow CW bubble shows, iZombie or The Originals.