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ABC Cancels New Drama MIND GAMES After Just Five Episodes

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ABC Cancels New Drama MIND GAMES After Just Five Episodes

TVGuide reports that ABC has canceled its new drama series Mind Games after airing just five episodes. The series premiered on February 25th and starred Steve Zahn, Christian Slater, Megalyn Echikunwoke, Gregory Marcel, Jaime Ray Newman, and Cedric Sanders.

The series will be pulled from the schedule effective immediately. Repeats of ABC's 'Resurrection' will air in its place the next two weeks before 'Celebrity Wife Swap' takes the slot on April 15.

Written and executive-produced by Kyle Killen, the series was also executive-produced by Keith Redmon, Timothy Busfield and Donald Todd. The show was from 20th Century FOX Television production.

About MIND GAMES:

With a little bit of science, a dash of con-artistry, plus a smattering of Jedi mind tricks, brothers Clark (Steve Zahn) and Ross Edwards (Christian Slater) and can tailor a plan to influence any life-altering situation, thereby making their clients' dreams come true and their nightmares go away. They are partners in Edwards and Associates, an unusual business based on the belief that people's decisions are influenced by their environment in ways they're not aware.

A former university professor and world-renowned expert in the fields of human behavior, psychology and motivation, the frantic Clark has a checkered history, which stems from his bipolar disorder. Clark's academic career imploded when the university became aware he was having an affair with a 22-year-old undergraduate. He's still unable to reconcile losing the girl, and tries to focus his manic energy on Ross' new fortune-making plan.

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