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CMT has canceled its first scripted series, Working Class.
"Unfortunately, CMT will not be pursuing a second season of Working Class. We're sad to see it go," read a message on the show's Facebook page.
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In Treatment will not return for a fourth season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
"It's true that we have no plans to continue with In Treatment as previously formatted," the network said in a statement. "However, we are...
Lights Out just wasn't able to get up off the canvas: FX announced Thursday that it was counting out the boxing drama.
The show debuted in January to a modest 1.5 million viewers and quickly fell below 1 million. Although the numbers eventually improved, its season average was 863,000 total viewers per episode, numbers akin to those of FX's recently canceled private detective drama, Terriers.
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At the time of Lights Out's weak premiere, FX President John Landgraf noted the disconnect between critical acclaim and commercial appeal...
Following the cancellation of Caprica, Syfy has axed Stargate Universe, the network announced Thursday.
Stargate Universe, the third show in the franchise after...
The Whole Truth
ABC has pulled The Whole Truth off its schedule, a network rep confirmed Monday.
The move effectively cancels the Wednesday-night legal drama starring Maura Tierney and Rob Morrow, which drew just 3.65 million viewers for its most recent airing. The series will be replaced immediately by...
FX canceled the freshman drama Terriers on Monday — a decision that the network's boss found wrenching enough to explain to the media.
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The show, created by Ted Griffin (Ocean's Eleven) and Shawn Ryan (The Shield, The Unit), starred Donal Logue and Michael Raymond-James as a pair of ragtag private investigators who became entangled in a corporate conspiracy that threatened their hometown of Ocean Beach.
Although the show was critically adored, it struggled to find an audience from the very beginning...
CBS has officially canceled Medium.
"It's true. Allison Dubois will dream her last dream on Medium, Friday, January 21st. In what we believe will be a series defining episode, Allison and her family will stare destiny in the eye. And destiny will not blink," creator Glenn Gordon Caron wrote on the show's official Facebook page Thursday.