CBS released the first of 11 unaired episodes of “Doubt” on July 1, but its ratings did not improve. CBS

Katherine Heigl’s series “Doubt” was recently canceled by CBS, but the network decided to release its 11 unaired episodes this month.

Unfortunately, the ratings for “Doubt” still didn’t improve, seemingly proving that CBS’ decision was the correct one. According to TV Line, the series only received a total of 1.73 million viewers and a 1.2 rating among audiences aged 18 and 49. This figure is much lower compared to the ratings that “Doubt” received for episodes 1 and 2 before it was canceled.

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For episode 1, “Doubt” garnered a total of 5.3 million viewers and a 0.8 demo rating. These digits dropped after episode 2 with only four million and a 0.6 rating. Both episodes aired in February.

To make things worse, “Doubt” tied with a “48 Hours” rerun for the night’s lowest demo rating over the weekend. It also trailed ABC’s “Battle of the Network Stars” repeat to deliver the smallest number of audiences.

Last month, executive producer Tony Phelan announced that all episodes of “Doubt” will air on CBS every Saturday at 8 p.m. EDT. The series also stars “Orange is the New Black” actress Laverne Cox, Dule Hill, Steven Pasquale, Elliott Gould, Dreama Walker and Kobi Libii. “Doubt” follows the life of a successful defense lawyer named Sadie, who works at a boutique law firm. She becomes romantically involved with a client who may or may not be guilty of a brutal crime.