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SBS says they are not giving up on the program just yet, but concede the new time-slot is the last chance for the show, which could be scrapped altogether if ratings don’t improve.
The war drama, which launched on the major networks in 2011, received strong early ratings, but dropped off quickly after people realised they didn’t know any of the main characters. It was bought by SBS earlier this year and they have grappled with the troubled program ever since.
“We’ve tried a few different slots, and we’ve promoted it pretty heavily, but we’ve come up against hits like The Boston Bombings and Celebrity Splash, so it’s been a tough slog,” an SBS executive said.