CBS cancels "Love Monkey" after three episodes.
I'm sick of this whole "if the debut episode isn't #1 in the ratings, kill the series and replace it with a reality show" mentality of the networks. Gone are the days when quality, but low-rated series are allowed time to develop an audience ("Seinfeld" and "Cheers" come to mind). "Love Monkey" was going up against "Law & Order: SVU" - what'd CBS expect?
It makes me not want to give new shows a try, since there's a high probability that they will get yanked from the schedule. Why bother?
(The above rant also applies to Fox for axing "Kitchen Confidential" earlier this season.)