20th May 2009, 11:12 PM
What shows are cancelled? Upfronts for FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC, and The CW
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
Sit Down, Shut Up
King of the Hill
Sons of Tucson
The Cleveland Show
The Wanda Sykes Show
In the Motherhood
Surviving Suburbia (ABC will air its remaining episodes)
Dirty Sexy Money
Life on Mars
V (based on the 1984-85 series)
Ruby and the Rockitts (July 21, David Cassidy and Alexa Vega sitcom)
(on ABC FAmily)
Without a Trace
Accidentally on Purpose
NCIS: Los Angeles
The Good Wife
Yet to be scheduled:
Friday Night Lights (Two more seasons will air on NBC after first run on DirecTV)
To be determined:
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Medium (moved over to CBS)
My Name is Earl
Kath & Kim
The Marriage Ref
Returning shows (all confirmed by the network)
America's Next Top Model
One Tree Hill (minus its two stars)
To be determined:
Everybody Hates Chris
21st May 2009, 04:46 PM
22nd May 2009, 02:22 AM
Only "good" show on that list was My Name is Earl, but it had a better than expected 4-year run I believe.
22nd May 2009, 04:56 AM
Some I'll miss a lot I'm glad to be gone. And a few I wish were gone.
24th May 2009, 07:10 PM
CW cancels 'Privileged' and picks up 3 new series
The CW will not be renewing Privileged for a second season. There was talk of a possible midseason berth for the much-loved dramedy, but, ultimately, the show was a casualty of the network's strong development. Speaking of which, among new shows, The CW has picked up Melrose Place 2.0, Beautiful Life, and Vampire Diaries. Oh, and the Gossip Girl spin-off is officially dead.
25th May 2009, 09:38 PM
The only show from this list I'm going to miss is "The Unit". Wonder if the same thing happens to "Flashpoint", because it's even more entertaining. :(
Merged threads. c2s
Not necessarily. There are some rumors that it may end up being picked up as a mid-season show (early 2010), probably with 13 (or less) episodes. Anyway all three shows announced for the new season seem crap, so I'll probably remain with only two - Smallville & Supernatural.
Originally Posted by Shaft
25th May 2009, 10:20 PM
I am really glad they decided to keep Dollhouse. It started really slow but it really took off on the last half of the season. Now not only will we keep going further into a well developed story but we will continue to get to see Eliza in some skimpy outfits!
To bad for TSCC. I would have liked to see more of that show. During the writers strike the show went to hell and became a very slow paced, boring drama. The last half of the season after the strike ended sought to recover the show to its original story but had to work through the crap the lousy writers made up and just couldn't make it happen quick enough to save the show and viewers. They tried hard for the sex appeal throwing Summer in a bra and as many sexual situations but not even that could save the show.
26th May 2009, 07:47 PM
I can't believe "The Unusuals" was canceled. I really liked the show and thought it was well written.
27th May 2009, 12:45 AM
It was pretty good like that and Southland.
Originally Posted by hippie pieces
27th May 2009, 01:49 AM
I have not ever heard of The Unusuals before, but I'm just glad they picked up Chuck, Friday Night Lights, How I Met Your Mother, and Supernatural.
13th June 2009, 05:24 PM
I'm a huge fan of NCIS but I can't imagine they can ever duplicate the chemistry of characters they have on the show with a new group. I will definitely give it a look.
15th July 2009, 01:51 PM
I might be alone on this but I thought Kath & Kim was great and loved Pushing Daisies. Two very good shows that no one watched, but oh well. I think the writers strike killed Pushing Daisies, right in the middle of their first season WHAM cut in half. People forgot about it since they weren't advertising it on the theater screens like they had been. RIP.
7th September 2009, 04:00 AM
What was the second season of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles like? I only saw the 1st one which was pretty good.
7th September 2009, 04:12 AM
I liked the second season as well, but unfortunately it was cancelled.
12th September 2009, 01:26 PM
Second season really showed the masterful potential of the Terminator franchise as a TV Series in its own respect. It really peaked so much that they couldnt have axed the show at a worser possible time, too many questions needed to be answered.
Originally Posted by x32
BUT! according to some parts of the internet, Terminator may be moving to a new network and returning Late 2010: » Sarah Connor Chronicles to Continue Late 2010 - Not John Chow Just Better Looking
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