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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As networks add and subtract from the fall schedules this week, CBS has made a few cuts of its own. The network has canceled long-running series “CSI: NY,” as well… More
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – David Spade is going to work for ABC. The “Rules of Engagement” actor has been cast in the ABC comedy pilot “Bad Management,” from “The Neighbors”… More
Monday February 4: ‘Rules of Engagement‘ (8:30pm ET on CBS) **Season Premiere** Record Now Liz temporarily moves in with Jeff and Audrey, and quickly irritates Audrey when she takes Jeff’s… More
CBS is giving a special platform to a new cop drama that it will premiere in February.
CBS has renewed the sitcom “Rules of Engagement” for a seventh season of 13 episodes.
Monday March 26: ‘Alcatraz‘ (8pm ET on Fox) **Season Finale** Record Now Doc and Rebecca close in on a man who may be the key to revealing the secrets behind… More
CBS comedies, led by “Two and a Half Men,” have scored the biggest ratings gains this season, while CW shows and ones that have moved to Friday are taking the… More
By Tim Kenneally LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – CBS announced its midseason schedule Monday, revealing the premiere dates for the new Rob Schneider comedy “ROB!” as well as the season premiere… More
“Rules of Engagement” got a “Big Bang” in the ratings and so did CBS Thursday night. Formerly relegated to the viewership desert of Saturday nights where it was intended to… More