FOX Cancels Low-Rated Drama Series THE MOB DOCTOR

FOX Cancels Low-Rated Drama Series THE MOB DOCTOR reports that FOX has canceled its low-rated drama series MOB DOCTOR but will continue to air the remaining episodes of its 13-episode order. The series will air in its regular time spot on Monday, December 3 and will then go off the air for three weeks to allow for holiday programming. The series will return with its final four episodes on December 29. 

According to the report, the series averaged  4.45 million viewers and a slim 1.3 rating among adults 18-49. Aside from "Fringe" (4 million), which is also ending this season, it's the least-watched drama among the big four networks this season. 

The officiAl Fox synopsis of THE MOB DOCTOR follows:

For most physicians, the Hippocratic oath is sacred. But for one Chicago doctor, who is indebted to the mafia, saving lives isn’t her only concern. THE MOB DOCTOR is a fast-paced medical drama focusing on a young female surgeon caught between two worlds as she juggles her promising medical career with her family’s debt to Chicago’s Southside mob.

DR. GRACE DEVLIN (Jordana Spiro) is a top resident at Chicago’s Roosevelt Medical Center. Smart and self-assured, she’s heralded as one of the country’s most promising young surgeons. But family ties keep her glued to her Southside roots. To pay off her brother’s life-threatening gambling debt, she makes a deal with the devil and agrees to work “off book” for the mafia men she once despised.

At the hospital, Grace must deal with emotionally compelling cases – a young woman in need of a heart transplant, a family decimated by a hit-and-run driver, the mass chaos in the wake of an ‘L’ train collision. But in her other vastly different world, she must juggle an onslaught of mob-related demands, including operating in illegal backrooms, treating hit men hiding from the law, performing emergency surgery on a high-end call girl, even saving a juiced-up race horse.