Report: NBC's 'My Own Worst Enemy,' 'Lipstick Jungle' Canceled

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NBC may be dropping two of its dramas.

Word came in Wednesday (Nov. 12) from media sources that NBC has canceled " My Own Worst Enemy" and " Lipstick Jungle."

Newcomer "Enemy" starring Christian Slater has been falling in the ratings in recent weeks, pulling in a paltry 4.3 million viewers on Monday's airing. Although having "Heroes" as a lead-in should have helped, the superhero drama has been slipping with viewers lately. There's no word if "Enemy" will continue to burn off its remaining episodes or if it'll be replaced.

In its second season, "Jungle" has been pulling in low numbers for a while and dropped to all-time lows once it moved to Friday nights. It has completed shooting on its original 13-episode order. The buzz is that the network may wait to see if ratings improve before deciding to drop the ax on the show.

NBC has yet to release official word on the fate of the two shows.

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