Another acquisition has been pulled from The CW’s schedule.
The network has removed Bump, an Australian dramedy about a pregnant 17-year-old, from its Monday lineup, replacing it with repeats of Whose Line Is It Anyway? at 9:30 pm, TVLine has confirmed. Remaining episodes of the show, which was in the middle of airing its second season, will be made available on the CW app and CWTV.com.
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Bump is the latest import to be quietly yanked from The CW’s roster: In July, the network jettisoned the Zac Efron travelogue series Down to Earth (which first streamed on Netflix) and Fantastic Friends (starring Harry Potter twins James and Oliver Phelps), while the Australian surfing drama Barons met a similar fate in June.
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