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No Black Box Tonight! All new Episodes will return June 19th!

Kelly Reilly's current limited (13 episodes) and first U.S. TV series, Black Box has aired six episodes in a row the last six weeks, but now it's taking a few weeks of hiatus, not because it's being cancelled. No word on that yet. Hopefully, not and that ABC will give it a chance and air all 13 episodes they ordered (which they have aired 6, thus far). This series has been getting very good in every episode and doing well ratings-wise. It's only taking a break due to NBA Finals, which is taking its Thursday night times slot for a few weeks starting tonight. 

Speaking of Black Box, according to Deadline this afternoon:
ABC Tweaks Summer Sched: ‘Celebrity Wife Swap’ Stays Put, ‘Black Box’ Moves To 8 PM 
Celebrity Wife Swap, which previously was going to move to the Thursday 8 PM slot, will continue in its current Tuesday berth from June 24-July 29. It will be replaced in the Thursday 8 PM hour by softly rated new Thursday 10 PM drama Black Box, which will air the rest of its 13 original episodes starting on June 19, after the NBA Finals.
So, the next Episode 7 - Kodachrome will be on ThursdayJune 19th, in its new time slot at 8 PM (2 hours earlier from previous time slot of 10 PM) on ABC.

In the meantime, catch up on past Black Box Episodes...
Watch the first six episodes here: Kiss the SkySweet Little LiesWho Are You?, Exceptional or DeadJerusalem , and Forget Me (via ABC's Black Box site), which did quite well on its debut with 6.6 million viewers and 1.5  rating in 18-49 demo. Also, according to Deadline: Black Box ties Betrayal as ABC’s highest-rated 10 PM drama premiere this season, topping Lucky 7 (1.2), Mind Games (1.1), Killer Women (0.9) and The Assets (0.7).  See Black Box Episode Guide.



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