According to Lost-Media, “Day Break”, the show that was supposed to fill the void during the Lost hiatus, has been pulled by the network.
The entire story-arch of “Day Break” was planned for a single season, so it’s sad to see that ABC doesn’t have the balls to stick with it until the end. Even though the show only attracted around 4.5 million viewers, canceling a show that was going to end pretty soon is both cowardly and unfair to the 4.5 million who watch it and were looking forward to the conclusion.
ABC has said that fans will be able to follow “Day Break” online at ABC.com, but couldn’t promise that all the remaining episodes would be available on the website.
Repeats of comedies “George Lopez” and “According to Jim” will take Day Break’s previous timeslot until January 3 when sitcoms “Knights of Prosperity” and “In Case of Emergency” will debut.
There is no news on how this will affect the “Lost Moment” clips that were airing with “Day Break”. I consider the clips to be spoilers which do more harm than good, so we don’t write about them. If the “Lost Moments” have been canceled too, there is at least something good coming out of this.