TV Status Report

The Fall 2013 TV landscape has changed quite a bit in the last few days. The major networks have announced the fates of many shows, with a barrage of cancellations and renewals coming in Friday night. What is the fate of your favorite shows? Below is an shapshot of what shows will be back and which shows have been shipped off to the great television screen in the sky (or possibly finding new life on another network).

Cancelled

Happy Endings (ABC) *sob* – could move to the USA network, which means I need to find the USA network on my cable system

Southland (TNT)

Go On (NBC)

Red Widow (ABC)

Smash (NBC)

The New Normal (NBC)

How To Live With Your Parents (ABC)

Body of Proof (ABC)

Malibu Country (ABC)

CSI:NY (CBS) – that’s the one with Gary Sinise

Rules of Engagement (CBS)

Vegas (CBS)

Golden Boy (CBS) – I had never even heard of this show, but I can only imagine it was about Jerry Seinfeld’s t-shirt (actually I probably would have watched that)

Monday Mornings (TNT)

Guys with Kids (NBC) – you can’t win them all, Jimmy Fallon

Up All Night (NBC) – a mercy killing

Whitney (NBC)

Family Tools (ABC)

Touch (Fox)

1600 Penn (NBC)

Deception (NBC)

90210 (CW) – I honestly had no idea this was still on

Cult (CW)

30 Rock (NBC)

The Office (NBC)

Rock Center (NBC)

Ben and Kate (Fox)

Don’t Trust the B in Apartment 23 (ABC)

Do No Harm (NBC)

Zero Hour (ABC)

America’s Most Wanted (Lifetime)

Cops (Fox) – headed to Spike TV

Last Resort (ABC)

666 Park Avenue (ABC)

The Job (CBS)

Made in Jersey (CBS)

Gossip Girl (CW)

Emily Owens, M.D. (CW)

The Mob Doctor (Fox)

Ready for Love (NBC)

Renewed

Community (NBC) – moving closer to #sixseasonsandamovie

Parks and Recreation (NBC)

Modern Family (ABC) – a no brainer

The Middle (ABC)

Suburgatory (ABC)

Nashville (ABC)

Last Man Standing (ABC)

Castle (ABC)

Glee (Fox)

The Neighbors (ABC)

Once Upon a Time (ABC)

Revenge (ABC) – with a new showrunner (and hopefully less Declan, Charlotte and Aiden)

Scandal (ABC)

Two and a Half Men (CBS)

2 Broke Girls (CBS)

Amazing Race (CBS)

The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

Blue Bloods (CBS)

Criminal Minds (CBS)

Elementary (CBS)

CSI (CBS)

The Good Wife (CBS)

Hawaii Five-O (CBS)

How I Met Your Mother (CBS)

The Mentalist (CBS)

Mike & Molly (CBS)

NCIS (CBS)

NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS)

Person of Interest (CBS)

Survivor (CBS)

Undercover Boss (CBS)

American Dad (Fox)

Bob’s Burgers (Fox)

Bones (Fox)

Family Guy (Fox)

The Following (Fox)

The Mindy Project (Fox)

New Girl (Fox)

Raising Hope (Fox)

The Simpsons (Fox)

The X-Factor (Fox)

Chicago Fire (NBC)

Grimm (NBC)

Law & Order: SVU (NBC)

Parenthood (NBC) – hopefully Ray Romano will return

Revolution (NBC)

The Voice (NBC)

Arrow (CW)

Beauty and the Beast (CW)

The Carrie Diaries (CW)

Heart of Dixie (CW)

Nikita (CW)

Supernatural (CW)

The Vampire Diaries (CW) – though the real-life relationship between co-stars Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev has been cancelled

48 Hours (CBS)

America’s Next Top Model (CW)

Hell’s Kitchen (Fox)

Hotel Hell (Fox)

Kitchen Nightmares (Fox)

Master Chef (Fox)

Celebrity Apprentice (NBC) – too bad; I was hoping this one would die

That’s a fair amount of carnage; to make up for all the empty slots in their schedules, the networks have ordered over 40 new shows. It’s still early and a lot can change, but TV Line examines what of these new shows may look like. At first glance, I’m particularly interested in Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Dracula, Gang Related, Intelligence (for Josh Holloway, I will watch CBS), Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Michael J. Fox Show, The Millers and The Originals.

Don’t see your favorite show listed above? Let me know and I’ll see what I can find out for you. Between the shows that I watched that ended their run and the shows that I am quitting, I may actually have something of a manageable fall viewing schedule (though “manageable” is probably in the eye of the beholder). Now the real mystery is when all these shows will be scheduled; hopefully there won’t be too many timeslot face-offs to deal with.

What new show are you most excited for? Are you upset or disappointed by any of the cancellations? Sound off in the comments below. Fall TV will be here before you know it!

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