LOS ANGELES (thefutoncritic.com) -- FOX has confirmed its latest wave of scheduling changes as "Justice" has been pulled for the remainder of its November sweeps period.
Repeats of "House" will fill the Monday, 9:00/8:00c hour effective immediately ("All In" on November 13, "Forever" on November 20 and the previously announced "Meaning" on November 27).
The show's most-recent airing averaged a distant fourth place among adults 18-49 (a 1.9 rating according to preliminary Nielsen data, barely half of its "Prison Break" lead-in's 3.5 rating) making the development not much of a surprise.
"Justice" then is expected to rejoin the schedule in December however no firm dates were given. The network previously announced its "2006 Billboard Music Awards" coverage for December 4, meaning the earliest "Justice" could return - barring a time slot change - is December 11.
Note: FOX's original scheduling notice incorrectly listed "All In" airing on November 20 and "Forever" on November 13. The story has since been changed to reflect this revision.