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GLORY GOES ON

Despite recent rumors, the WB is not canceling Kevin Williamson's struggling suspenser, Glory Days — but there has been a backstage shakeup. The Frog has cut this season's order down to just 10 episodes, instead of the 13 originally requested. As previously reported, Glory will leave its Wednesday night post-Dawson's Creek timeslot, moving to Mondays at 9 pm/ET after 7th Heaven beginning on March 11. "We're going to see if we can find a more considerable audience there," a WB exec tells TV Guide Online, insisting that their ax isn't hovering over the series: "We're still trying to make it work."

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Despite recent rumors, the WB is not canceling Kevin Williamson's struggling suspenser, Glory Days — but there has been a backstage shakeup. The Frog has cut this season's order down to just 10 episodes, instead of the 13 originally requested. As previously reported, Glory will leave its Wednesday night post-Dawson's Creek timeslot, moving to Mondays at 9 pm/ET after 7th Heaven beginning on March 11. "We're going to see if we can find a more considerable audience there," a WB exec tells TV Guide Online, insisting that their ax isn't hovering over the series: "We're still trying to make it work."