ABC fans should be use this by now. They should be use to watching as they watching as they cancel their television shows. Their recent victim of cancellation is their new premiere show, “Lucky Seven,” which was cancelled after only airing two shows. ABC didn’t even give the show a chance to shine.
The premise of “Lucky Seven” was seven normal, hardworking people won the lottery. These were the kind of people you actual hope would win the lottery. They have low paying jobs and they are having it rough making ends meet. One of the winners was even faced with losing his wife and newborn because he couldn’t afford to put a roof over their house.
Was the show the best show on television, no. Was it one that should be on everyone’s must watched list, maybe not. But it could have been a show that had potential, if ABC would have given it time. Most shows are given at least three weeks to grow an audience before it is cancelled. But ABC isn’t known for giving television shows time to grow.
Of course, the show may have never grown into a popular one. After all, even though the characters are down on their luck, who really wants to watch others win 45 million dollars when they are struggling paying their own bills?
For more information on this cancellation, one can go to: http://insidetv.ew.com/2013/10/04/lucky7-cancelled/