Over the past few days, the networks slaughtered their struggling series and issued notices to the casts and crews, informing them which shows survived the axe — and which ones didn’t. In case you missed the onslaught of cancellation news — there were roughly 20 series axed in the past few days alone — here’s an up-to-date list of which shows have been retired to the TV Graveyard.
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Despite a campaign to save “Happy Endings,” ABC has decided to cancel the comedy series as it prepares its schedule for the new fall season. “Happy Endings,” along with Reba… More
Violence, gore and gunplay were staples on prime-time television even in the most sensitive period directly following the Newtown school shooting.
An unusual death case leads to speculation in the crime lab that zombies have arrived in Philadelphia when Megan (Dana Delany) and Tommy (Mark Valley) investigate the savage murder of… More
It’s domestic terrorism, kidnapping, human body bombs, plane crashes and zombies when “Body of Proof” returns for a third season next Tuesday, Feb. 19. The show is amping up the… More
When “Body of Proof” returns on February 5, 2013, it is going to be a ramped up version of the show set in Philadelphia’s medical examiner’s office with stories that… More
Hawaii Five-0 Highlighted by brand new behind-the-scenes looks and interviews with the cast and crew, ‘Hawaii Five-0‘ Season 2 is now available on Blu-ray and DVD. Starring Alex O’Loughlin, Scott… More
The body count will be down a few next season on Dana Delany’s “Body of Proof.” In a significant cast shake-up, series regulars John Carroll Lynch, Nicholas Bishop and Sonja… More
ABC’s fall schedule is taking shape with news that the network has cancelled four existing shows, renewed several others and picked up a slew of new ones. Full report …
Monday April 9: ‘Being Human‘ (9pm on Syfy) **Season Finale** Record Now Sally’s mother resurfaces, Josh opts to kill Ray, and Aidan chooses to kill Mother in the season two… More