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NBC cancels 'Undercovers'

Mixing some bed-clothing metaphors, it's curtains for NBC's spy show Undercovers. The network has Undercovers canceled the J.J. Abrams adventure-comedy, though it will air six more episodes that have already been shot. The show about a charismatic and attractive husband-and-wife spy team -- which featured two black leads, which even now is a rarity in broadcast TV -- started slowly in the ratings and has been tailing off for several weeks now. 

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Gail Ruth

I don't understand it. These are two of the most beautiful and charming people in the biz. The show is delightful, good Abrams dialogue, cute and funny and at the same time sophisticated. And it's got Gerald McRaney as an extra. So why is it canceled?

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