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NBC's 'Outlaw' has one foot in the grave

NBC has suspended production of Outlaw, the Jimmy Smits legal drama. Officially that's not a cancellation Smitsoutlaw -- NBC will air the five remaining episodes that have already been shot, in hopes of a ratings miracle -- but the 4.7 million viewers who watch the last one are not going to keep it afloat. NBC executives are consoling themselves with the fact that Outlaw is still in the running for a Nobel Peace Prize for successfully bring two adamantly hostile groups -- TV critics and TV viewers -- into peaceful accord on at least subject: that Outlaw reeks.


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