The ‘Chase’ Is Over: NBC Pulls Bruckheimer Series

by | February 4, 2011 at 12:14 PM | TV News

'Chase' (Photo: NBC)

'Chase' (Photo: NBC)

NBC has decided it’s time for “Chase” to stop running.

The Jerry Bruckheimer-produced show about US Marshals has been pulled from the network’s schedule after getting outperformed by “Minute to Win it,” Entertainment Weekly reported.

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In “Chase’s” regular Wednesday spot this week, the game show drew series-high numbers, including a 3.0 adult demo rating at 9 p.m., compared to the 1.2 “Chase” earned last week.

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“Chase” is the network’s third casualty, after “Undercovers” and “Outlaw.” NBC also recently reduced its episode order for “The Cape” and released actors from the previously planned midseason show “Love Bites.”

NBC will air a two-hour block of “Minute to Win it” on Wednesdays, with repeats at 8 p.m. and original episodes at 9 p.m. Is that more Guy Fieri than you can handle? (What is up with that hair?)

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