'Made in Jersey' resurfaces
CBS to air new episodes of canceled drama on Saturdays
Good news, Janet Montgomery fans. She's back.
Montgomery, who wowed a limited number of viewers on CBS' canceled legal drama, "Made in Jersey," will enjoy a little more time on our televisions.
The Eye network killed "Made in Jersey" after two low-rated episodes but is moving the show to Saturdays, Deadline reports. Look for new episodes to be burned off beginning Nov. 24.
When CBS first rolled out "Made in Jersey," a fish out of water drama about a street-smart lawyer, a number of TV critics and journalists described Montgomery, 27, as a winsome "one to watch." Unfortunately for the British actress, viewers didn't follow suit.
Here's hoping CBS gives her another chance. Just look at Alex O'Loughlin. The network's execs gave him three shots -- "Moonlight" and "Three Rivers" -- before "Hawaii Five-0" was the charm.
"Made in Jersey" returns Saturday, Nov. 24, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.