The Fox TV fantasy-drama “Wonderfalls” dried up in less than a month.
The series, set in the Niagara Falls area, was canceled because of low ratings. It had its final showing last week.
Caroline Dhavernas starred as a young woman who hears voices coming from animal figurines and other objects, directing her to intervene in the lives of other people.
The series, which debuted March 12, ranked 103rd for the week of March 22-28 with an audience of 3.3 million. By comparison, an airing of top-rated “American Idol” that week attracted 27 million viewers.
“Wonderfalls” is one of several new scripted shows to quickly flop this season, including CBS’ “Century City,” while reality shows including NBC’s “The Apprentice” are proving hot.