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CBS has canceled one of its comedies, and it's definitely not the one you think. The network has pulled the plug on sophomore series The Millers, TVGuide.com has learned. Deadline was first to report the news.

The comedy, which starred Beau Bridges and Margo Martindale as the divorcing parents of Will Arnett, moved to Mondays this season after a scheduling move gave Mom the prime post-Big Bang Theory timeslot. It was only a few episodes into its second season, and is currently in production on an episode.

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There is no word yet on whether the show will complete production or whether the already completed episodes will even make it to air. At the moment, Monday's upcoming episode is the only one scheduled.

The Millers was on the bubble last season, but CBS opted to renew it over The Crazy Ones. The good news is that this opens up Martindale and the rest of the cast to work on projects actually worthy of their talents.

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