Summer series “Brooklyn DA” is shuffling off to Saturdays to end its limited run on CBS.
The move begins June 22 and follows three weeks of declining ratings for the docu-series which premiered May 28.
There are only three episodes left to air in the series which follows the men and women working in one of the largest district attorney’s offices in the country.
“DA” has been averaging 4.13 million viewers and a 0.8 rating in the 18-49 demo. It premiered to lower ratings than last year’s already forgotten CBS summer docu-series “Dogs In the City.”