Although "Don't Trust The B---- In Apartment 23" was pulled from ABC's schedule back in January, fans of the short-lived but beloved comedy will apparently have a chance to see the rest of the show's second (and final) season soon.
According to star Krysten Ritter, ABC will make the final eight episodes available via Hulu, iTunes and ABC.com on May 17.
"Exciting news for all you Don't Trust the B---- in @apt23 fans! On May 17th the remaining episodes will be available on Abc.com, itunes, and hulu! 8 episodes of genus B---- hilarity! Can't wait for you all to see them. I love you," Ritter wrote via her WhoSay account.
Co-star James Van Der Beek recently told The Huffington Post that he was still reeling from the show's cancellation: "I'm really proud of it, which might sound funny because it was so ridiculous, but I really loved it. So at the end of the day, I flash forward to three, five years from now, all the episodes will be available at some point, somewhere digitally and you can watch them in order. I said to the cast when I found out that we weren't going to make anymore, 'From this moment forward, this is no longer a cancelled show; this is now 26 episodes of awesome that we can all be proud of of.' And there's still eight episodes that nobody's seen! It was one of things that, on a network level, nobody could really figure out how to program it so that it worked in their business model, but it's something that I still hold dear to my heart and I love all the people involved."
The show's timeslot companion, "Happy Endings," continues to air on Fridays but is still struggling in the ratings -- leading some to speculate that a cable network such as USA may swoop in to save the series should ABC pull the plug.
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