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    ABC's fall schedule came out today.

    Renewed:
    Wife Swap
    According to Jim
    Rodney
    Boston Legal
    George Lopez
    LOST
    Alias
    SuperNanny
    Hope & Faith
    Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
    Desperate Housewives
    Grey's Anatomy

    Mid-season:
    Less Than Perfect

    January:
    The Bachelor
    Jake in Progress

    Cancelled:
    My Wife & Kids
    8 Simple Rules
    Blind Justice
    Extreme Makeover
    Eyes

    I'm very sad to see that "Eyes" will not be back.
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    Well lets face it, 8 simple rules was John Ritters show.
    Jack and Bobby are out. (see my post in Jack & Bobby)
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    Awww, they cancelled "8 Simple Rules"? That was the only sitcom that I watched on ABC. Let's face it: all the others are just trying to copy "Step By Step" and "Boy Meets World".

    God I miss the old TGIF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qboots
    I'm very sad to see that "Eyes" will not be back.
    Me too Qboots. My crush on Tim Daly was really starting to pick up steam too I hate that they didn't really give this show a chance. I thought it was funny and smart and well-cast. Then again, it's right in the character of ABC to cancel great shows without giving them time to build an audience. Not everything catches on so quickly like Lost and Desprerate Housewives. I should learn to not get so attached.
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    Im surprised that trial by jury was canned, I figured they practically worshipped Wolf at nbc though i always thought that the spinoff were getting old and predictable.
    Now if only michael bay would take a hint...
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    i'm glad they didn't cancel "jake in progress" outright. i think that's a good show.

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    and update on the INS, OUTS and TBD:

    IN:

    24
    Alias
    Arrested Development
    Boston Legal
    Cold Case
    Crossing Jordan
    CSI
    CSI Miami
    CSI: New York
    Desperate Housewives
    ER
    Gilmore Girls
    Grey's Anatomy
    House
    Jake in Progress
    Joey
    Las Vegas
    Law & Order
    Law and Order: Criminal Intent
    Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
    Lost
    Malcolm in the Middle
    Medium
    Numb3rs
    OC, The
    Office, The
    One Tree Hill
    The Simpsons
    Reba
    Scrubs
    Smallville
    That 70's Show
    Veronica Mars
    The West Wing
    Will & Grace
    Without a Trace


    OUT:
    8 Simple Rules
    Jack & Bobby
    American Dreams
    Enterprise
    Everbody Loves Raymond
    Eyes
    JAG
    NYPD Blue
    Third Watch
    Law & Order: Trial By Jury
    LAX
    Life on a Stick
    Medical Investigation
    My Wife and Kids
    North Shore
    Point Pleasant


    Summerland

    FATE TBD:
    Charmed
    Joan of Arcadia
    Judging Amy
    Kevin Hill

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    Quote Originally Posted by sher
    and update on the INS, OUTS and TBD:

    IN:


    Lost
    Medium
    Reba
    That 70's Show


    I'm happy about these ones! Has 7th Heaven been renewed?

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    Although I'm a huge fan of That 70's Show, I'm kinda sad that it got renewed for another season. IMO, it doesn't need to do another season, this season's finale would be a perfect way to end the series. Next season, without Topher or Ashton, the show just won't be the same. I'm predicting that this move will be the one that jumps the shark.

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    http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=stor...tv_nm/cbs_dc_4

    CBS has slated two supernatural series for next season -- "Ghost Whisperer," starring
    Jennifer Love Hewitt as a young newlywed who communicates with the dead, and "Threshold," about a team of scientists and military personnel who make contact with an alien life form.

    Banking on the success of its many crime dramas, such as "CSI," CBS will add the drama "Close To Home" about a young woman prosecutor who tries criminal cases that take place in her suburban neighborhood. And "Criminal Minds" stars Mandy Patinkin in a crime drama about investigators at the
    FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit.

    Industry analysts say CBS could well steal upfront advertising dollars this year from NBC, long the network with the highest take, and outpace its rival with up to $2.5 billion in commercial commitments.

    NBC dominated network ratings for nearly a decade, but slipped to fourth place this season after popular sitcoms "Friends" and "Frasier" went off the air.

    "We think the (upfront) market is going to be up," Moonves said. "We think we're going to be up more than the market."

    'FONZIE' AND 'DHARMA' IN NEW ROLES

    On the comedy front, Henry Winkler, best known as the ulta-cool Fonzie from the ABC classic "Happy Days," will star as an elder doctor in the new sitcom "Out of Practice." Tony Award-winning actress
    Stockard Channing will co-star.

    Jenna Elfman, the former co-star of another ABC hit comedy "Dharma & Greg," will star as a single woman juggling the men in her life in "Everything I Know About Men." The sitcom will debut midseason along with a drama called "The Unit" about special military operatives on undercover missions.

    CBS's third comedy is "How I Met Your Mother," about a young man's search for love.

    Another possibility for the CBS slate, Moonves said, is a comedy starring former "Seinfeld" cohort Julia Louis-Dreyfus, seeking to make her second stab at a sitcom of her own with a show titled "Old Christine."

    Fellow "Seinfeld" alumnus
    Jason Alexander was cut from the CBS roster with the cancellation of his latest show "Listen Up." Other CBS shows that were dropped include "Judging Amy," "Joan of Arcadia" and the Wednesday night edition of "60 Minutes." The Sunday night edition of "60 Minutes," a stalwart in the CBS news portfolio, will remain.

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