The WB cancels No Boundaries.

The WB cancels No Boundaries.
The WB joins ABC by canceling an already produced reality TV show that earned low ratings in a rather obscure time slot. (ABC pulled The Mole 2 last fall and has yet to air the remaining episodes.) No Boundaries, scheduled at 7 p.m. on Sunday in many markets but in other times in some places, has had low ratings since it debuted. As reality blurred reported this morning, cast member John Hodges said the show “deserves better publicity.”

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