Fox has cancelled Do Not Disturb, according to Michael Ausiello of Entertainment Weekly:
Sources confirm to me exclusively that the critically savaged sitcom, starring a slumming Jerry O'Connell and Niecy Nash, has been axed after three low-rated episodes. The show's Wednesday time slot will be filled with repeats of 'Til Death, which upgrades the network's 9 to 10 p.m. comedy block from excruciatingly painful to unbearably painful.
The first episode of the show was so bad that its creators took the unusual step of apologizing "for being the perpetrators of such bad television."
If you're scoring at home, I missed this one on the TV Death Pool. The first episode was so bad that I thought it might be cancelled between commercial breaks. Jerry O'Connell's capable of being funny, as his Tom Cruise impersonation demonstrates, but Do Not Disturb did a terrific job of burying that aspect of his personality.