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'Family Tools' Cancelled: ABC Series Not Picked Up For Season 2

05/10/2013 09:26 pm ET | Updated May 10, 2013
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Revolving around a man who returns home after a series of failures to his father's hardware-handyman business, "Family Tools" premiered on Wed., May 1 to weak ratings. The series brought in 1.5 million viewers, marking the lowest rated comedy debut ever for ABC.

The now-canceled "Family Tools," starred Kyle Bornheimer, Leah Remini, J.K. Simmons, Johnny Pemberton.

ABC picked up a number of comedies for the 2013-2014 season: "Super Fun Night" starring Rebel Wilson; ensemble "Mixology"; Malin Akerman's "Trophy Wife"; family comedy "The Goldbergs" and "Back in the Game" starring James Caan. On the drama side, in addition to "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," ABC picked up spinoff "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland"; drama "The Returned"; David Zabel's "Lucky 7" and "Betrayal"; the Christian Slater/Steve Zahn vehicle "Mind Games" and Sofia Vergara-produced "Killer Women."

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