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« on: May 13, 2011, 12:22:42 am »

Fox has canceled The Chicago Code, Breaking In, Traffic Light, Human Target and Lie to Me (I think Lie to Me, that one might not be official yet).

New series pickups: Alcatraz (JJ Abrams show), The Finder (Bones spin-off), The New Girl (comedy starring Zooey Deschanel) and I Hate My Teenaged Daughter (another comedy).

And House was officially renewed, and Family Guy and The Cleveland Show had their orders extended into the 2012-2013 season.

Rumored for NBC:

Law & Order: LA canceled, Harry's Law renewed, Wonder Woman picked up.

Chuck has apparently been renewed. again.
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« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2011, 12:25:11 am »

Alcatraz follows Rebecca Madsen, a police officer (Sarah Jones), and Dr. Diego Soto (Jorge Garcia), a "hippy geek" who is the world's foremost expert on Alcatraz. Both will investigate the reappearance of twenty wardens and prisoners of Alcatraz in modern day, after their mysterious disappearance fifty years ago
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« Reply #2 on: May 13, 2011, 07:43:30 am »

zooey bechamel is mint, so i'ma give the new girl a watch.
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« Reply #3 on: May 13, 2011, 07:48:33 am »

there's also falling skies, terra nova and the pilot for 17th precinct
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« Reply #4 on: May 13, 2011, 05:11:50 pm »

Quite enjoyed the episode of Bones with The Finder in it, so looking forward to that show!
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« Reply #5 on: May 13, 2011, 08:35:10 pm »

zooey bechamel is mint, so i'ma give the new girl a watch.

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« Reply #6 on: May 13, 2011, 11:13:37 pm »

Quite enjoyed the episode of Bones with The Finder in it, so looking forward to that show!

Yeah I did aswell although I think its more like Burn Notice than Bones.

House again? It's dragging.
So's Grey's Anatomy.

Chuck's been alright this season surprisingly so I can understand why its renewed.

Where can I read about other shows?
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« Reply #7 on: May 14, 2011, 09:37:03 am »


House again? It's dragging.
So's Grey's Anatomy.

LIES!

I love both these shows, greys especially!
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« Reply #8 on: May 14, 2011, 02:41:43 pm »

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Brothers and Sisters and V have been cancelled by ABC.

Also to be dropped from the channel are No Ordinary Family, Detroit 1-8-7, Off The Map and Mr Sunshine, all of which have seen disappointing ratings during their first season

Motherfuckers :/
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« Reply #9 on: May 14, 2011, 03:28:36 pm »

In totally different news, HBO has renewed Treme.

Back to upfronts: Better with You now dead. Body of Proof now renewed. Still no official word on Desperate Housewives. And there was a fifth comedy picked up, I think.

CBS has picked up JJ Abrams drama Person of Interest and comedy Two Broke Girls.

WTF news of the year: The Ringer, a CBS pilot starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, has been picked up... by CW.

ABC has renewed Shark Tank and Secret Millionaire.

The new shows ABC picked up:
Comedies: Apt. 23 (formerly The Bitch in Apt. 23), Last Man Standing (starring Tim Allen), Man Up, Work It (it's like Bosom Buddies 2.0) and Suburgatory.
Dramas: Good Christian Belles (formerly Good Christian Bitches), Charlie's Angels, Once Upon a Time, Pan Am, Revenge, Scandal and The River.

NBC has further picked up Awake (formerly REM), The Playboy Club and Grimm. Wonder Woman appears to be out.

And CBS has picked Ashton Kutcher to replace Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men.

And Parenthood and Harry's Law are apparently officially renewed.



(Just to clear up some misconceptions in that comic, yeah, cable boxes could count everything that is being watched, but they couldn't count who is doing the watching. And that is what advertisers care about and pay for. Plus, I don't know about you, but every time I have had a cable box, I just left it on all the time, and just turned off my TV. I'm pretty sure most people do the same.

Nielsen uses a statistically significant sample size, whether fans of canceled shows want to admit it or not. (And, also, households do not equal millions of viewers, so the guy is off in his calculations.))

In other non-news, The Event is officially dead. I know you are all shocked.

NBC also picked up four more new comedies, including the Chelsea Handler show. And the Chuck deal is official, and this will be the final season.

And there goes Outsourced. Considering NBC picked up 6 new comedies, this was another no brainer. I think that's it for NBC renewals and cancellations. SVU isn't official yet, as far as I know, but it's a lock for renewal.
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« Reply #10 on: May 14, 2011, 03:31:23 pm »

Yeah I did aswell although I think its more like Burn Notice than Bones.

House again? It's dragging.
So's Grey's Anatomy.

Chuck's been alright this season surprisingly so I can understand why its renewed.

Where can I read about other shows?

It doesnt matter if a show is alright, it matters who watches it and how old they are.

I've never been able to get into Chuck to be honest, but its ratings have sucked for ages so someone is getting blown for that to be renewed again.

I liked V, so its a shame thats gone, but not surprised at all because the ratings are worse than season 1.

Not massively excited by the new Abrams shows. He attatches his name and leaves and other than Lost and Fringe, I dont like much of what hes done lately (Cloverfield sucked and his show about spys this year was awful)
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« Reply #11 on: May 14, 2011, 05:26:26 pm »

New chuck and house makes me HAPPEH!  ;D

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« Reply #12 on: May 15, 2011, 10:24:33 am »

It's hard to keep a good spy down. Against all odds and common business sense, Chuck has been renewed for a fifth—and final—13-episode season, says EW. I'll wait until you're done screaming...
Okay. The action-comedy is the highlight of three renewals for the Peacock, the final cards in NBC's hand. Parenthood, which was aided by a finale ratings boost, was also renewed and will return for a third season. Rounding out the pack is David E. Kelley's Harry's Law—a surprise hit for the network with impressive overall audience numbers—which will be back for Season 2, according to Deadline Hollywood.
That means NBC will still have one David E. Kelley program on its schedule this fall. But Kelley's much-hyped Wonder Woman reimaginationeering has been cut after a lengthy love-hate-loathe affair. The series would have seen Friday Night Lights star Adrienne Palicki suiting up as the Amazonian superheroine in a contemporary setting, singing Katy Perry songs, and running her own successful corporation. Despite brand familiarity (or maybe because of it), general consensus seems to be that the show didn't work, and early peeks at the heroine's new costume were laughed off the Internet. It's hard to imagine what went wrong with the project besides everything.
Wonder Woman wasn't the only potential show that saw its dreams crushed by the embarrassment of not meeting the struggling NBC's standards. Also axed were post-Civil War drama Reconstruction (boo!), Ronald D. Moore's fantasy drama 17th Precinct (boo!), oddball comedy Brave New World (boo!), Jon Dore's My Life as an Experiment (boo!), Traffic writer Stephen Gaghan's Metro (formerly S.I.L.A. and boo!), Lovelives, Don-Johnson-as-a-hairdresser A Mann's World, and an untitled Kari Lizer project. In short, several pilots I thought sounded interesting (as denoted by "boo!"s) didn't make the cut.
But NBC didn't send all of its pilots to the welfare office. Bent, starring Amanda Peet as a woman who has a crush on the contractor who is redoing her kitchen; Are You There Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea, based on Chelsea Handler's book and starring Laura Prepon; Free Agents, a remake of the British series; and an untitled comedy project have been picked up to series. They join Awake, Smash, Up All Night, Prime Suspect, Whitney, The Playboy Club, and Grimm as new fall series on NBC's schedule.
As for NBC's remaining unspoken-for shows, don't count on any last-minute renewals. (Yes, that means The Event is almost certainly canceled. I know! I'm crushed too!)
For more information on which shows are returning and which aren't, head over to our 2011 Renewals/Cancellations Guide.
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« Reply #13 on: May 15, 2011, 10:28:20 am »

RENEWED
These shows have already been officially renewed by their respective networks.
30 Rock (NBC) ... The beneficiary of an early Season 6 renewal.
90210 (The CW) ... Renewed for Season 4.
The Amazing Race (CBS) ... Already renewed.
America's Next Top Model (The CW) ... The seemingly umpteenth next cycle will feature "all-star" contestants from the past.
American Dad! (Fox) ... Received a typical animated series renewal jumpstart.
American Idol (Fox) ... Will not only be back next year, but also the year after that.
An Idiot Abroad (Science) ... Karl Pilkington and his round head will be back for season 2.
Archer (FX) ... Renewed for a 16-episode third season.
The Bachelor (ABC) ... Much to your chagrin, this show will never die.
The Bachelorette (ABC) ... See above.
Being Human (Syfy) ... Renewed for Season 2.
The Big Bang Theory (CBS) ... Renewed for multiple years (through 2014).
The Big C (Showtime) ... Season 2 airs this summer.
Blue Mountain State (Spike) ... Renewed for season 3, complete with Denise Richards.
Boardwalk Empire (HBO) ... Renewed for second season.
Bob's Burgers (Fox) ... Renewed for Season 2.
Body of Proof (ABC) ... Survives!
Bones (Fox) ... Fox has made it official. Took you long enough, Fox!
Bored to Death (HBO) ... Renewed for Season 3.
The Borgias (Showtime) ... More depraved papacy, coming your way. Season 2 will air sometime in 2012.
Braxton Family Values (WE TV) ... Hooray?
Breaking Bad (AMC) ... Walt and Jesse return for more wacky meth-dealing hijinks this year, likely this summer.
Burn Notice (USA) ... Already renewed for Seasons 5 and 6 (through 2013).
Californication (Showtime) ... Renewed for a fifth season.
Castle (ABC) ... Renewed for shiny new fourth season.
Chuck (NBC) ... I don't know how you do it Mr. Bartowski. Renewed for 13 episodes.
The Cleveland Show (Fox) ... Already renewed for next season. [UPDATE] And again for season four.
Community (NBC) ... Rightfully renewed.
Cougar Town (ABC) ... Renewed. Will Community's Abed appear as an extra?
Covert Affairs (USA) ... Season 2 airs this summer.
Dancing With the Stars (ABC) ... See The Bachelor, The Bachelorette.
Dexter (Showtime) ... Received its Season 6 renewal back in December.
Eagleheart (Adult Swim/Cartoon) ... Renewed for season 2. Chris Monsanto.
Episodes (Showtime) ... Renewed for Season 2 in February.
Eureka (Syfy) ... Season 5 set to air this year.
Face Off (Syfy) ... Renewed for Season 2.
Fairly Legal (USA) ... Star Sarah Shahi was invited to USA's upfronts. What are they gonna do, invite her and then tell her the show was canceled?
Family Guy (Fox) ... Already renewed. [UPDATE] And renewed again for season 10.
Fringe (Fox) ... Renewed for Season 4 after lots of drama and scheduling scares.
Futurama (Comedy Central) ... Renewed for two seasons and a total of 26 episodes.
The Game (BET) ... A new life on BET gets the show 22 more episodes.
Game of Thrones (HBO) ... That was fast.
The Glades (A&E) ... Renewed for season 2, should air this summer.
Glee (Fox) ... Renewed early, a long time ago.
Grey's Anatomy (ABC) ... A no-brainer for renewal. This show may never end.
Gossip Girl (The CW) ... Renewed for next season, but the season after that is in doubt, as the cast won't be under contract.
Happy Endings (ABC) ... Back for a second season after its late entry.
Harry's Law (NBC) ... This surprise hit gets a second season.
Haven (Syfy) ... Season 2 coming this summer.
Hell's Kitchen (Fox) ... Renewed for another two seasons of screaming, which are expected to air back-to-back.
House (Fox) ... Contracts signed, show renewed for season 8, likely its last.
How I Met Your Mother (CBS) ... Renewed for two seasons (through 2013).
How to Make it in America (HBO) ... Season 2 is currently in production.
Hung (HBO) ... It's got a big penis. Of course it was renewed.
iCarly (Nick) ... Admit it, you're really excited about this. Thirteen more episodes for the tween hit.
In Plain Sight (USA) ... Renewed for TWO seasons, will be on air through 2012.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FX) ... Previously renewed for two seasons, the second of which airs this fall.
Justified (FX) ... Renewed for a third season.
The League (FX) ... Renewed for Season 3.
Let's Stay Together (BET) ... The network takes the show's name to heart with 22 more episodes.
The Life & Times of Tim (HBO) ... After initially canceling this animated series, HBO changed its mind and granted the 'toon a second season.
Louie (FX) ... Renewed for Season 2.
Mad Men (AMC) ... After a long contract standoff, the critical was renewed for two seasons but Season 5 won't begin until 2012 due to a late start in production.
The Middle (ABC) ... Renewed for Season 3.
Modern Family (ABC) ... Renewed for next season and staying awhile.
NCIS (CBS) ... Would YOU cancel a show that regularly draws 20 million viewers? Neither would CBS.
The Office (NBC) ... Already renewed for another season, but who will play Dunder-Mifflin's new boss?
Parenthood (NBC) ... Improved finale ratings helped get this one another season.
Parks and Recreation (NBC) ... Renewed for Season 4.
Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family) ... Returning for more attractive fibbing this summer.
Private Practice (ABC) ... Officially renewed and officially a network staple.
Psych (USA) ... Already picked up for a sixth season.
Raising Hope (Fox) ... Fox's biggest new comedy; officially renewed for Season 2.
Rizzoli & Isles (TNT) ... Season 2 airs this summer.
Royal Pains (USA) ... Season 3 airs this summer.
Sanctuary (Syfy) ... Renewed for a fourth season.
The Secret Life of the American Teenager (ABC Family) ... It shall birth a fourth season this summer.
Shameless (Showtime) ... Renewed for a second season of drunken parenting.
Shark Tank (ABC) ... Not swimming with the fishes yet.
The Simpsons (Fox) ... 23 seasons strong and still going.
Sons of Anarchy (FX) ... Renewed for Season 4, likely fall launch.
Southland (TNT) ... Renewed for Season 4.
Spartacus: Blood and Sand (Starz) ... It has blood and sex AND a second season, but star Andy Whitfield is not returning due to illness. Liam McIntyre will replace him.
Supernatural (The CW) ... OMG Sam and Dean are coming back you guys!!!! What will season 7 be about?
Survivor (CBS) ... Already renewed. Season 23 premieres this fall.
True Blood (HBO) ... Season 4 debuts in June.
Two and a Half Men (CBS) ... Ashton Kutcher replaces Charlie Sheen, which is pretty much the most perfect recasting ever.
Undercover Boss (CBS) ... Already renewed, boss.
The Vampire Diaries (The CW) ... Bonus: We've also renewed Price Peterson's photo recaps.
The Walking Dead (AMC) ... Totally renewed, dude.
Warehouse 13 (Syfy) ... Renewed for Season 3, which premieres this summer. Weeds (Showtime) ... Season 7 lights up, sparks up, gets passed around, flies high, tokes this June.
White Collar (USA) ... New season starts June 7!


The Shows That Are Almost Certainly Safe

May 3: Added Bones and Fairly Legal to "Renewed!"
April 26: Added the The Paul Reiser Show to "Canceled/Ending" and moved Blue Mountain State, The Borgias, The Vampire Diaries, Supernatural, Gossip Girl, 90210, and America's Next Top Model to "Renewed."
April 20: Moved Parenthood (NBC) from "On the Bubble" to "Looking Good" based on finale ratings, ditto for Fairly Legal.
April 19: Added Game of Thrones to "Renewed," added Chaos to "Not Looking Good"
April 15: Added Eagleheart, The Game, Let's Stay Together, and An Idiot Abroad to "Renewed," added All My Children and One Life to Live to "Canceled/Ending," and Make it or Break It (by request!) to "On the Bubble

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« Reply #14 on: May 15, 2011, 10:28:26 am »

LOOKING GOOD
These shows will almost certainly be back next season, but their networks have yet to officially renew them.
Big Brother (CBS) .. Should be back.
The Biggest Loser (NBC) ... As long as people hunger for inspiration and perspiration (without actually doing it themselves), this show will stay on the air.
Blue Bloods (CBS) Looking good to return, as this is an overseas hit as well.
Criminal Minds (CBS) ... Another steady procedural that isn't going anywhere.
CSI (CBS) ... As if you even have to ask! This will be back.
CSI: Miami (CBS) ... CBS just needs to make it official.
Desperate Housewives (ABC) ... On the cusp of a Season 8 renewal.
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (ABC) ... Should be back.
The Good Wife (CBS) ... This will be back for a third season.
Hawaii Five-O (CBS) ... Guaranteed to return.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC) ... It'll be back.
The Mentalist (CBS) ... More Patrick Jane is certain.
Mike & Molly (CBS) ... Poised to bury its face in a plate of seconds.
Minute to Win It (NBC) ... If you're one of the four Guy Fieri fans out there, you're in luck. This mindless hit has found a home with NBC and will always be around to plug holes in the network's schedule.
NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS) ... CBS is into successful spin-offs. Should return, no problemo.
Secret Millionaire (ABC) ... A cheap-to-produce reality show that brings in 10-million-plus viewers? Should be back in some form.

ON THE BUBBLE
These shows currently exist in that murky, nebulous realm where they could go either way.
The Apprentice (NBC) ... Thanks to some renewed energy that comes courtesy of Gary Busey, renewal is a strong possibility.
Breakout Kings (A&E) ... No word yet on this.
CSI: NY (CBS) ... This is the only question mark in the CSI family, but until we hear otherwise, we're assuming it'll be back.
Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO) ... Season 8 is scheduled to premiere this summer, but beyond that, uncertain.
Eastbound & Down (HBO) ... The upcoming third season is expected to be its last.
Flashpoint (CBS) ... Airing this summer.
Hellcats (The CW) ... Give me a "Probably!" Give me a "Coming!" Give me a "Back!" What's that say?
HawthoRNe (TNT) ... Season 2 premieres June 14
Kitchen Nightmares (Fox) ... Probably coming back.
Leverage (TNT) ... Previously renewed. Season 4 premieres June 26. Status of season 5 unclear!
Mad Love (CBS) ... This midseason romantic comedy still has a lot to prove. Could go either way.
Make it or Break It (ABC Family) ... Currently in its second season. Too early to tell!
The Marriage Ref (NBC) ... What is the deal with Marriage Refs, anyway? Returning for Season 2 this summer; after that, we'll see.
MasterChef (Fox) ... Uknown.
Memphis Beat (TNT) ... Season 2 premieres June 14.
Men of a Certain Age (TNT) ... Season 2 picks back up on June 1.
Merlin (Syfy) ... Production on the next season of the U.K.-made series is underway, so Syfy will likely pick it up.
Million Dollar Money Drop (Fox) ... Another easily salvageable reality game show. Could go either way, and Fox won't be in a hurry to make a decision.
Nikita (The CW) ... Right on the bubble; The CW has a big decision to make here.
Nurse Jackie (Showtime) ... Season 3 just started.
One Tree Hill (The CW) ... Might return, might not. But that's nothing new for this show.
Outsourced (NBC) ... Hanging on the edge. A 50/50 shot at returning.
Penn & Teller: Bullsh*t (Showtime) ... Future is uncertain, may move to new network.
Rookie Blue (ABC) ... Returns this summer.
Rules of Engagement (CBS) ... This one always manages to survive, despite being on the bubble every year. We think the same thing will happen again this year.
$#*! My Dad Says (CBS) ... Another @%$&ing bubble show.
United States of Tara (Showtime) ... Currently airing season 3.

NOT LOOKING GOOD
None of these shows have officially been canceled yet, but they're long shots to return. Networks will announce the fates of most of these shows in May.
America's Next Great Restaurant (NBC) ... Its first season isn't impressing anyone, even by NBC standards. You can probably stick a fork in it.
The Cape (NBC) ... One of the season's biggest flops.
Chaos (CBS) ... Pulled from CBS' schedule after just three episodes. Likelihood of returning is about as close to zero as you can get.
Chase (NBC) ... After initially giving this procedural a full-season pickup, NBC woke up and pulled it from the schedule. Not coming back.
Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior (CBS) ... Lots of trouble right out of the gate. Future is uncertain.
The Defenders (CBS) ... Like Jim Belushi, not looking good.
Live to Dance (CBS) ... Let's just say Paula Abdul won't be happy.
Perfect Couples (NBC) ... Already pulled from schedule to make room for The Paul Reiser Show. Practically canceled.
Shedding For the Wedding (The CW) ... Off to a bad start. Not sure The CW would want this back.


CANCELED/ENDING
These shows have either been axed by their networks or decided to ride off into the sunset on their own.
All My Children (ABC) ... The daytime soap opera is going the way of the dinosaur, the dodo, and Eddie Murphy.
Better With You (ABC) ... Canceled.
Big Love (HBO) ... Just finished its fifth and final season.
Breaking In (Fox) ... Is it the Christian Slater curse or the Bret Harrison curse?
Brothers & Sisters (ABC) ... Was rumored to be coming back, but it just didn't happen.
Caprica (Syfy) ... Canceled-prica.
The Chicago Code (Fox) ... Just didn't have the viewership to keep going.
The Closer (TNT) ... Final season premieres July 14. TNT is currently working on a possible spin-off.
Detroit 1-8-7 (ABC) ... 187'd, yo.
Entourage (HBO) ... The upcoming eighth season will be its last.
The Event (NBC) ... But what will happen to Sean Walker and Vicky's potential romance?
Friday Night Lights (DirecTV/NBC) ... Final season already aired on DirecTV, will begin airing on NBC in April.
Glory Daze (TBS) ... Canceled after one season.
The Good Guys (Fox) ... Hope you already said your goodbyes to the Good Guys, because this one is long gone.
Human Target (Fox) ... On the wrong side of the bubble after escaping cancellation last year.
In Treatment (HBO) ... Canceled, but its storylines could continue in "a new format."
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (USA) ... Final season begins in May.
Law & Order: Los Angeles (NBC) ... DONE-DONE.
Lie to Me (Fox) ... Truthfully? This really didn't stand a chance.
Life Unexpected (CW) ... It should be noted that The CW hasn't officially canceled the program, but showrunner Liz Tigelaar has said that it won't be coming back and several cast members have moved on to other projects, including Britt Robertson to the high-profile Secret Circle.
Lights Out (FX) ... Canceled after just one season.
Lone Star (Fox) ... Canceled last fall, just two episodes into its short life.
Medium (CBS) ... This one is already gone, dude.
Mr. Sunshine (ABC) ... Mr. Sunshine, Meet Mrs. Darkness.
No Ordinary Family (ABC) ... These TV heroes were powerless against ruthless TV execs.
Off the Map (ABC) ... Now it's waaayyyyyyy off the map. These things just write themselves!
One Life To Live (ABC) ... This show only got 10,000 episodes! Give it time to develop!
Outsourced (NBC) ... Its departure opens the door for a new "non-racist racist comedy."
The Paul Reiser Show (NBC) ... You barely even gave him a chance.
Rescue Me (FX) ... Airing its final season this summer.
Running Wilde (Fox) ... A massive disappointment that ended in cancellation.
Secret Diary of a Call Girl (Showtime) ... Just debuted its fourth and final season. Won't be back.
Smallville (The CW) ... The tenth and final season ends in May. Won't be back.
Stargate Universe (Syfy) ... Canceled. But at least Face Off was renewed! Right?
Terriers (FX) ... Don't even get us started.
Traffic Light (Fox) ... Red means stop.
V (ABC) ... We'll miss you Queen Anna.
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