As I appear to be someone who despite not actually watching TV does see more than a few TV shows this thread seemed fittting and now we are pretty much starting on the summer US* TV schedule I just thought I would start up a thread to discuss the various TV shows that got cancelled this time around. I am stealing the list from http://tvseriesfinale.com/tv-show/2009-10-...canceled-15014/ and you will probably be wanting to add in a few others http://ausiellofiles.ew.com/2010/02/14/bub...show-scorecard/ and http://ausiellofiles.ew.com/2010/02/17/cab...ecard-ausiello/ so this may not even be complete for what has already been cancelled let alone what can/will be. If you want to add what shows have been renewed or otherwise altered (new network, lower or higher budget, cast shifts and the like) or even spinoffs do so (new shows might be worth saving for a new thread elsewhere) and equally I would rather spare a discussion on anime for another thread if at all possible. *while I say US feel free to discuss any English language shows (I dare say I have been enjoying some of the Canadian and Australian shows more than the US ones of late). So cancelled ‘Til Death (FOX) 10 Things I Hate About You (ABC Family) 24 (FOX) Accidentally on Purpose As the World Turns (CBS) At the Movies (Syndicated) The Beautiful Life (CW) Ben 10: Alien Force (Cartoon Network)- new series Ben 10: Ultimate Alien replacing it. Better Off Ted (ABC) The Bill Engvall Show (TBS) Bill Moyers Journal (PBS) Blonde Charity Mafia (CW) The Bonnie Hunt Show (syndicated) Brotherhood (Showtime) Brothers (FOX) The Cleaner (A&E) Cold Case Defying Gravity (ABC) Dollhouse (FOX) Eastwick (ABC) ECW (Syfy) FlashForward (ABC) Flight of the Conchords (HBO) The Goode Family (ABC) The Great American Road Trip (NBC) Guiding Light (CBS) Hank (ABC) Head Case (Starz) Here Come the Newlyweds (NBC) Heroes (NBC) The Hills (MTV) I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! (NBC) The Jay Leno Show (NBC) The Jeff Dunham Show (Comedy Central) Joe Buck Live (HBO) Jon & Kate Plus Eight (TLC) Kings (NBC) Law & Order (NBC) Legend of the Seeker (Syndicated) Lincoln Heights (ABC Family) The Listener (NBC) Lost (ABC) Mental (FOX) Mercy (NBC) Miami Medical Monk (USA) More to Love (FOX) Nip/Tuck (FX) Numb3rs Past Life (FOX) The Philanthropist (NBC) Raising the Bar (TNT) Reno 911! (Comedy Central) Rita Rocks (Lifetime) Robin Hood (2006) (BBC) Romantically Challenged (ABC) Ruby & the Rockits (ABC Family) The Sarah Silverman Program (Comedy Central) Saving Grace (TNT) Scrubs (ABC) Sons of Tucson (FOX) The Superstars (ABC) Surviving Suburbia (ABC) Three Rivers (CBS) The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien (NBC) Trauma (NBC) The Tudors (Showtime) The Tyra Banks Show (CW) Ugly Betty (ABC) --------------------------------------------------- For one of the first times I am not actually broken up about anything really- the cleaner could have carried on a bit and I have yet to see the second series of Legend of the Seeker or finish the first (it is a backup TV show for me in case of something else taking a week off), all the others either concluded naturally for me or I stopped watching long ago. Best news for me is "Burn Notice: Already renewed for a fourth, fifth, and sixth season."- one of the very few fiction shows I can watch over again within a month of watching it before. It is back in two weeks for the fourth series. Going forward my great wish however is if any shows decide to use computers, electronics or technology in any form they at least run a script by someone who has seen/used a computer and is not afraid of them (choice link http://www.cracked.com/article_15229_5-thi...ers-can-do.html ) and avoid wikipedia if they are unable to find someone in that position- if nothing else firewalls can not be punched through by just trying harder, not all computers need to be/are hooked up to the internet/similar and have unfettered access to everything, why would you tie your lights/security/power into said network and a virus is not a magical thing that can run on all systems.