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    Broadcast ax: Cancelled shows 2012-13
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    The 2012-13 broadcast season has racked up quite a high body count. In fact, there’s been 16 17 18 cancellations (and counting!) in the last 48 hours as networks prepare for their upfront presentations to advertisers in New York City next week (including six sitcoms on NBC alone).

    Here’s a list of shows this season that were either cancelled or were put out to pasture with a “final season order” (the nice version of cancelled):

    Deception (NBC): Cancelled.

    Animal Practice (NBC): Put down.

    Do No Harm (NBC): Harmed.

    30 Rock (NBC): Over.

    Guys with Kids (NBC): You can’t believe how cancelled this is.

    The Office (NBC): Closed.

    Smash (NBC): Smushed.

    Up All Night (NBC): Christina Applegate quit: This was cancelled … by its own star!

    Whitney (NBC): Thankfully.

    1600 Penn (NBC): Impeached.

    Made in Jersey (CBS): Terminated.

    Private Practice (ABC): Spin-off heaven.

    Partners (CBS): Dumped

    Ben & Kate (Fox): & Cancelled.

    Vegas (CBS): Lost.

    Go On (NBC): Get out.

    Fringe (Fox): R.I.P.

    Touch (Fox): Touchable.

    The Job (CBS): What?

    The Mob Doctor (Fox): Ha! That title. Yeah. Deceased.

    Don’t Trust the B– in Apt. 23 (ABC): Speaking of: Did anyone really believe a comedy with “B—-” in the title was going to last?

    666 Park Avenue (ABC): Hellbound.

    Last Resort (ABC): Indeed.

    Rules of Engagement (CBS): Broken.

    Golden Boy (CBS): Tarnished.

    CSI: NY (CBS): Two down, one to go.

    Zero Hour (ABC): Zero something all right.

    Emily Owens, M.D. (The CW): Crashed.

    How to Live with Your Parents (ABC): Evicted.

    Red Widow (ABC): Swatted.

    Body of Proof (ABC): D.O.A.

    The New Normal (NBC): Or not.

    Malibu Country (ABC): Overthrown.

    Happy Endings (ABC): Until this happened.

    90210 (The CW): Finished.

    Cult (The CW): Unfollowed.

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    "1600 Penn (NBC): Impeached." - funny.

    Easy to see why so many might be cancelled. I dont think Ive even heard of about 9 out of 10 of them.
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    I watched Vegas and Made in Jersey.

    In fact I just watched the season finale of Vegas. It was on my DVR.
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    I thought they signed CSI:NY to another season?


    As for 1600 Penn. It was NBC's way of sucking up to the President. Speaking of which: Does anyone notice that the majority of shows were on NBC? You know what that tells me? It tells me that NO ONE WATCHES NBC .. The only time I watch NBC is when Leno is on. After next spring I won't be watching NBC at all because they are forcing Leno out, again, and reports are that Fox is going to pick him up.

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    Actor son is set to make Clint Eastwood’s day

    HOLLYWOOD legend Clint Eastwood’s illegitimate son Scott is set to follow his father after landing a major television role as a rebel cop in a new police drama for major US network NBC.

    Scott Eastwood, 27, who was disowned by his father until he was in his teens, will play tough Chicago officer Jim Barnes who bears an uncanny similarity to renegade cop Dirty Harry, made famous by Eastwood senior in the Seventies.

    Studio bosses will introduce Barnes to American viewers on Wednesday in the final episode of the current series of top-rated show Chicago Fire. >>>

    He is one of two children fathered by Clint, now 82, and flight attendant Jacelyn Reeves, during their long-running affair in the Eighties while he was living with actress Sondra Locke.

    He was only acknowledged by his father in 2002 and his acting potential won him small roles in Clint’s 2006 film Flags Of Our Fathers and 2008 blockbuster Gran Torino.

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    Hit action series 24 is returning to the small screen for a limited 12-episode run.
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    I'll miss CSI-NY, they should have cancelled the original. It's been worthless since Grissom left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retread View Post
    I'll miss CSI-NY, they should have cancelled the original. It's been worthless since Grissom left.

    I have a lot of respect and admiration for Gary Sinise. He is a great man.

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    This new show looks like it's gonna be good.

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    As long as my "big bang theory" comes back I couldn't care less if all shows everywhere are axed :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Janice View Post
    30 Rock (NBC): Over.
    Should have been aborted before it ever cursed the airwaves.

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    The Office (NBC): Closed.
    About five seasons too late.

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    Ben & Kate (Fox): & Cancelled.
    It's a very sad statement about our nation that this was even considered in the first place, much less set into production.

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    Vegas (CBS): Lost.
    I liked this, but I knew it wasn't going to last. Too cerebral, too dark. A shame; it's very well-acted and I love how well they did the sets.

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    Golden Boy (CBS): Tarnished.
    One cop show too far.

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    CSI: NY (CBS): Two down, one to go.
    A shame, but it had pretty much run its course.

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    90210 (The CW): Finished.
    Jesus Christ! This was STILL on the air? Is Jason Priestly someone's great-grandfather now or something? Holy crap. This should have died of crib death in 1989.
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