Sci-Fi Channel To Cancel 'Good vs. Evil'?By Christian
April 18, 2000 - 10:56 PM
According to a report on IGN Sci-Fi, the Sci-Fi Channel has just cancelled 'Good vs. Evil', their supernatural detective show set in Hollywood. According to IGN"s sources, the cable network wanted the show to get a minimum rating of 1.0 to continue, just above its average 0.9 ratings.
One of the people working on 'Good vs. Evil' is Ronald D. Moore, former Trek writer, who served on the show as executive consultant for the second half of its season, and also wrote one script for it. Even if GvsE is cancelled, in all likelihood that won't mean Moore won't have anything left to do, as presumably work is still progressing on the projects he mentioned he was developing in the recent Fandom.com interviews.
More on this, as well as info on an upcoming 'Good vs. Evil' chat, can be found on this page at IGN - keep in mind that none of this has been officially confirmed yet.