The fall TV season has claimed its second casualty: ABC's "My Generation."
The series lasted just two episodes; it drew just 3.9 million viewers Thursday and a 1.1 rating in the A18-49 demo, down 31% from its already dismal premiere episode.
The show was conceived as a sort of documentary following a high school class around 10 years after they had graduated. It had been given the Thursday 9PM, pre-"Grey's Anatomy" time slot.
Earlier this week, Fox canceled critics' favorite "Lone Star," also after just two episodes.