No "Doubt," this is harsh.

CBS has pulled legal drama "Doubt" from its schedule after only two episodes. According to The Hollywood Reporter, a repeat of "Bull" will air in the timeslot on Wednesday, March 1, and "Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders" Season 2 will take over Wednesdays at 10 p.m. starting March 8.

Katherine Heigl led the drama, which co-starred Laverne Cox and Dule Hill. As TVLine noted, its Feb. 16 premiere only had 5.3 million total viewers and a 0.8 rating, and its second episode dropped 25 percent, to 4 million and a 0.6 rating. In contrast, "Beyond Borders" Season 1 averaged 6 million viewers and around a 1.0 rating last spring. It's not a huge difference, but apparently CBS is not interested in giving "Doubt" more time to grow.

THR reports that production on all 13 episodes of "Doubt" wrapped before the holidays. "It's unclear when — or if — the 11 remaining episodes will air. Insiders stress it could return but it remains unscheduled for the time being."

Maybe it could return if fans push for its return ... but will you?

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