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What's Getting Renewed And Cancelled In Time For Fall Premieres?

John Knight | PopWrapped Author

John Knight

10/30/2014 2:49 am
PopWrapped | Television
What's Getting Renewed And Cancelled In Time For Fall Premieres? | Fall
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With every Fall season comes a gaggle of new Fall TV series. Which will stay and which will go? Let's see... Will it be renewed or cancelled is the question some of us are wondering about some of our favorite as well as our not-so-fave shows. According to TheWrap, these are the predictions of which series will live to see the light of another season, and which will die in the "hunger games" known as the fall season. The first unlucky show of the fall season to hit the chopping block was ABC's Manhattan Love Story,”which was cancelled on Friday after the half-hour romantic comedy (starring Jake McDorman and Analeigh Tipton) brought in a measly 1.3 rating in the 18-49 demographic, and only sunk deeper with a 1.0 rating, the conclusive sign for broadcast networks that your series is done for.
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Manhattan Love Story isn't alone, as more series will more than likely be joining them in the red zone. There are early signs to look for in trying to decipher which shows won't make it to another season. ABC, for example, went on an episode buying spree late last week, but Manhattan Love Story wasn't one the shows to be bought out. New comedy Mulaney, which Fox reduced the episodes of, cutting it off at the episode it was currently shooting, is also obviously in the red zone. Then there's Fox's reality series, Utopia, which was pulled from its Tuesday run ahead of schedule and left to air solely on Fridays. Here's 'TheWrap's' early renewal/cancellation predictions for fall:

ABC

will renew… How to Get Away With MurderScandal, and Grey's Anatomy.
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Shonda struck gold yet again with Viola Davis as her leading actress for HTGAWM. Its not only the highest-rated new drama of the fall, but it's ratings even trump that of the other shows in the Shondaland T.G.I.T (Thank God its Thursday) lineup, Grey's Anatomy and Scandal, which will both return for another season on Thursday nights. Modern Family and Black-ish.
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But of course. The Emmy-winning series is doing its thing on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. and its audience is definitely sticking around for Black-ish — the highest-rated new comedy of fall, solidifying its renewal, as well.
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Shark Tank The networks' recent order for a spinoff series doesn't show the network backing out of this deal anytime soon. Friday nights are no longer the place where shows go to die. Other plausible renewals include: Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, Forever, Dancing With the Stars, Castle, Once Upon a Time, Last Man Standing, Cristela, The Goldbergs.

ABC

will cancel…
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Selfie Its quite apparent due to its lack of an audience and inability to trend, that Selfie, the show starring Doctor Who actress, Karen Gillan, and Harold & Kumar's John Cho, will be cancelled. It too, was left out of ABC's recent episode acquirement.
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Resurrection ABC's midseason show last season will most likely not get the green light. Its ratings have been dropping lower and lower every week, with a huge double-digit depletion of viewers in total.
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Revenge A tale of a girl infiltrating the Hamptons, and exacting revenge upon those who wronged her father may have seemed like a good idea in the beginning, but both this shows' ratings and total viewers are sinking fast. On the fence: Nashville

CBS

will renew…
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The NCIS franchise Well, duh: This latest offshoot of CBS's NCIS franchise, NCIS: New Orleans, came in strong with its September premiere bringing in a 2.5 rating in the 18-49 demographic. While the show's numbers have held up — its most recent airing posted a 2.4, its highest rating since the premiere, its cousin - NCIS: LA has been a bit unimpressive in the ratings so far this season, but will still probably get another season. Overall, the powerhouse that is the NCIS franchise, crowned the most-watched drama in the world earlier this year, is here for the long haul. Other potential renewals: Scorpion, Madam Secretary, Survivor, Criminal Minds, The Good Wife, CSI, The Amazing Race, Hawaii Five-0, and Blue Bloods. CBS will cancel… Person of Interest
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This J.J. Abrams-produced drama that once held decent ratings, isn't holding numbers the way it used to. The show premiered its fourth season in September with an 'ok' 1.8 rating, which fell even lower by 22 percent from the previous season's premiere, ending up with a red zone 1.5 rating after its most recent airing. On the fence: Stalker

The CW

The CW will renew…
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Jane the Virgin The hype over the buzz worthy show isn''t in vain. Having debuted at 9 to a 0.6/2 and 1.6 million viewers, it granted the network its most watched Monday night in almost 3 years, so it would be a surprise if the CW didn't give “Jane” another go round.
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The Flash The Flash handed over extraordinary ratings for The CW, debuting to 4.54 million total viewers, making it the network's most-watched series premiere in more than five years. It would be insane to think this show secure its place on network for another season.
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The Vampire Diaries It's still one of The CW's highest rated shows, and rumor has it, its stars have already started signing contracts to return for Season 7. Although the show is looking to close the chapter on things with Elena and her undead love triangle, they deserve at least another season for her to change her mind just once more. Other potential renewals: Arrow, Supernatural, The Originals, and America's Next Top Model. On the fence: Reign

Fox

Fox will renew…
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Gotham Gotham is precisely what Fox was lacking — a ratings hit — obviously, because the network upped the series to a full season order last week. Currently, “Gotham” is the No. 2 new fall series, behind only ABC's “How to Get Away With Murder,” in the key 18-49 demographic. While “Gotham” took a slight dip on the Nielsen reports this week, it is still the best investment Fox has on at the moment.
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Sleepy Hollow Last fall's cult hit premiered to lower than usual ratings this season. Even still, Sleepy is a big show in the Fox universe, and the network has not given up hope on the shows that hit a sophomore stagnation — refer to The Following. Last season, not many saw it for Sleepy, but this year it's chilling comfortably in its franchise series status at Fox. Its safe to say they can feel pretty hopeful about a third season.
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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Brooklyn Nine-Nine surprised the TV world last year when it took home the Golden Globe for best comedy in its first season. Star Andy Samberg also garnered lead actor, stunning many. But for those of us who actually watched the show – which, sadly, wasn't that many — would not have been surprised at all. This season, after being moved to Sunday, the show is proving that their early success was no beginner's luck. Brooklyn is a quality comedy with a talented cast: "individual awards could easily go to Joe Lo Truglio, Stephanie Beatriz and Andre Braugher as well — the latter of which was deservedly nominated for an Emmy — and the lauding of the entire production ought to continue. As will the production itself." Potential renewals: Bones, Hell's Kitchen, The Mindy Project, New Girl, and The Simpsons. Fox will cancel…
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Mulaney The Mulaney ratings are flat-out bad in the early going, the critical reception has been...well...unreceptive, and the show has hit quite a bit of obstacles on the scheduling front. Previously this week, the Mulaney order was cut down to 13 episodes. Red zone. Either way- Fox should really stop trying to make the multi-cam sitcom happen.
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Utopia "Even Fox has given up on trying to convince people that this show isn't dead." Questions that are floating around now are more like, how much money will have been wasted by the time the plug is pulled on “Utopia.” Nobody really cares about the story line here and thats a sure fire sign of knowing a show has run its course. On the fence: Red Band Society

NBC

will renew…
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Law & Order: SVU This untouchable show on the Peacock Network is going nowhere. From producer Dick Wolf and starring fan favorite Mariska Hargitay, SVU is still amassing solid viewership and is pretty much going to get a 17th season.
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  Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. Wolf is definitely keeping the lights on at NBC with “Chicago Fire” still rating high along with spinoff “Chicago P.D.” not far behind.  
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The Blacklist and The Voice The James Spader crime drama is certainly not as buzz worthy as NBC expected, but it's a critics’ fave and has been performing well with its Voice (also set to return) on Mondays. Other potential renewals: The Biggest Loser, Marry Me, and About a Boy. NBC will cancel…
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Bad Judge Maaaybe the Grey's and Private Practice alum Kate Walsh should've waited for Shonda Rhimes to call her up again. This freshman comedy is lacking in a following and is most likely headed to the pilot graveyard.
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A to Z We might never find out where Andrew (Ben Feldman) and Zelda's (Cristin Milioti) relationship of sorts will lead to as “A to Z” is probably definitely getting the boot. Viewers are just...not committing. On the fence: Mysteries of Laura

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