Tuesday, August 17, 2010


 Released by Miss TV Girl

For those few fans out there, who have stuck with NBC's "Persons Unknown"  the network has decided to make yet again some changes to its schedule.

The first changes occurred , when after five weeks of poor ratings, the series was moved from Mondays to the “RIP” Saturday nights. The show’s been airing there for four weeks.

A move like this is usually followed by an immediate cancellation,well NBC has decided not to cancel the series and will air the remaining four episodes with a few minor adjustments

"Persons Uknown" will return Saturday with episode 10 (“Identity”). Some time after that, episode 11 (“Seven Sacrifice”), will be posted online.

The following week, on August 28th, NBC will air the final two installments; “And Then There Was One” and “Shadows in the Cave.”  Now I don't understand why they would air three and not all four, but I am happy that the show will give the people who have hung around since week one a conclusion. 

Persons Unknown follows the challenges of a group of strangers who wake up in a ghost town and are unable to leave.

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