Article By TJ White
It’s gone and we’re glad.
ABC has officially canceled its controversial dramatic biblical series “Of Kings and Prophets” after just two episodes, thrilling many within the Christian community who viewed it as grossly inappropriate.
Conservative viewers agreed that gratuitous sex scenes and graphic violence had no place in the saga of faith, ambition and betrayal based on the life of King David.
The Game of Thrones-esque approach to the program did not resonate—at all.
It debuted to a 0.8 rating among adults 18-49 and 3.3 million total viewers. Its second episode fared even worse, dropping to 0.5 rating in the key demo and only 2.4 million viewers.
Conservative watchdog group Parents Television Council left the private episode screening unimpressed and gave it a thumbs down, according to Hollywood Reporter.
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