Final episode to air Sunday, May 13
The CW has pulled the plug on “7th Heaven” — again.
Network Monday confirmed that the long-running drama, which outlived its original home of the WB, will not be back next season. CW execs made a similar pronouncement a year ago, then changed their minds and brought the show back for another season.
“Heaven’s” death is also notable since the show is the last remaining network series to be exec produced by the late Aaron Spelling.
Skein has done respectable numbers in its new Sunday timeslot. While way down from its glory years, skein has averaged 3.4 million viewers and 1.9 rating with women 18-34.
“Heaven” will go to TV heaven on Sunday, May 13 at 8 p.m.