NBC has called it a day for “My Own Worst Enemy.”
The Christian Slater drama from Universal Media Studios will stop production after it wraps filming on its current episode, the ninth seg in its original 13-episode order. There’s no word yet from the Peacock on what will fill its Monday 10 p.m. slot.
In its most recent airing on Oct. 27, “Enemy” averaged 5.2 million viewers and 2.3 rating/6 share in adults 18-49. The show was launched with a flood of promotion during NBC’s Summer Olympics telecasts but never took root in the plum post-“Heroes” time slot.
Also expected to get the ax in the near future is NBC’s sophomore drama “Lipstick Jungle,” also from UMS.