It is our sad duty to report that LAX, Heather Locklear's TV comeback vehicle, has been axed after just ten episodes.
Ratings for the show got off to quite a strong start, but fell dramatically as the weeks passed. Usually when this happens to a US tv series, producers hire Heather Locklear, introduce her as a scheming bitch with a heart of gold, and watch the ratings soar. But she was already in LAX, so they couldn't. Really, when you think about it, the whole thing was doomed from the start.
If we were Heather, we would march right round to the boss of NBC's house and chuck a brick through his window. Which, for all we know, is exactly what she did. Let's hope so.
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