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CBS

 

MONDAY

8 p.m How I Met Your Mother

8:30 Rules of Engagement

9:00 Two and a Half Men

9:30 Mike and Molly *

10:00 Hawaii Five-0 *

 

TUESDAY

8 p.m. NCIS

9:00 NCIS LA

10:00 The Good Wife

 

WEDNESDAY

8 p.m. Survivor: Nicaragua

9:00 Criminal Minds

10:00 The Defenders *

 

THURSDAY

8 p.m. The Big Bang Theory

8:30 $#*! My Dad Says *

9:00 CSI

10:00 The Mentalist

 

FRIDAY

8 p.m. Medium

9:00 CSI: NY

10:00 Blue Bloods *

 

SATURDAY

8 p.m. Crimetime Saturday

9:00 Crimetime Saturday

10:00 48 Hours

 

SUNDAY

7 p.m 60 Minutes.

8:00 The Amazing Race

9:00 Undercover Boss

10:00 CSI: Miami

 

Cancelled (or ending)

Accidentally on Purpose: Sadly, we won't get to see the two as parents.

Cold Case: Gone after seven seasons.

Gary Unmarried: Won't be back for season three.

Ghost Whisperer: Gone to the TV graveyard after five years.

Miami Medical: Won't return next season.

The New Adventures of Old Christine: Cut after five seasons and 88 episodes.

Numb3rs: Season six is the end.

There Goes the Neighborhood: The competition is over.

Three Rivers: Cancelled last year after one season.

 

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ABC

 

MONDAY:

8:00 p.m. "Dancing with the Stars"

 

10:00 p.m. "Castle"

 

TUESDAY:

 

8:00 p.m. "No Ordinary Family"

 

9:00 p.m. "Dancing with the Stars the Results Show"

 

10:00 p.m. "Detroit 1-8-7"

 

WEDNESDAY:

8:00 p.m. "The Middle"

 

8:30 p.m. "Better Together"

 

9:00 p.m. "Modern Family"

 

9:30 p.m. "Cougar Town"

 

10:00 p.m. "The Whole Truth"

 

THURSDAY:

8:00 p.m. "My Generation"

 

9:00 p.m. "Grey's Anatomy"

 

10:00 p.m. "Private Practice"

 

 

FRIDAY:

8:00 p.m. "Secret Millionaire"

 

9:00 p.m. "Body of Proof"

 

10:00 p.m. "20/20"

 

SATURDAY:

8:00 p.m. "Saturday Night College Football"

 

SUNDAY:

7:00 p.m. "America's Funniest Home Videos"

 

8:00 p.m. "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition"

 

9:00 p.m. "Desperate Housewives"

 

10:00 p.m. "Brothers & Sisters"

 

Cancelled (or ending)

Better Off Ted: Gone after two seasons, two unaired episodes.

The Deep End: Cut down after one season, still one unaired episode.

Defying Gravity: Five unaired episodes are included on the DVD2_bing.gif set.

Eastwick: Cancelled, descriptions for two unaired episodes are here & here.

Find My Family: No more reunions.

FlashForward: Ending May 27th. No season two.

the forgotten: The finale aired but there are still two unaired episodes.

The Goode Family: Cancelled in August, reruns landed on Comedy Central2_bing.gif.

Hank: Cancelled last year, five unaired episodes.

Happy Town: Remaining episodes return in June.

Lost: As if you don't know already, the big series finale airs May 23rd.

Romantically Challenged: Officially cancelled. No word on when/if rest of episodes will air.

Scrubs: After eight seasons, finally gone.

The Superstars: Celebs & athletes, cut after one season.

Surviving Suburbia: Ended after one season.

Ugly Betty: Series finale aired April 14th. No season five.

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NBC

 

MONDAY

8-9 p.m. – "Chuck"

9-10 p.m. — "THE EVENT"

10-11 p.m. – "CHASE"

 

TUESDAY

8-10 p.m. – "The Biggest Loser"

10-11 p.m. – "Parenthood"

 

WEDNESDAY

8-9 p.m. – "UNDERCOVERS"

9-10 p.m. – "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"

10-11 p.m. – "LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES"

 

THURSDAY

8- 8:30 p.m. – "Community"

8:30-9 p.m. – "30 Rock"

9-9:30 p.m. – "The Office"

9:30-10 p.m. – "OUTSOURCED"

10-11 p.m. – "LOVE BITES"

 

FRIDAY

8-9 p.m. – "Who Do You Think You Are?"/"SCHOOL PRIDE"

9-10 p.m. – "Dateline NBC"

10-11 p.m. – "OUTLAW"

 

SATURDAY

Encore programming

 

SUNDAY

7- 8:15 p.m. — "Football Night in America"

8:215-11:30 p.m. — "NBC Sunday Night Football"

 

SUNDAY (beginning March 2011)

7-8 p.m. – "Dateline NBC"

8-9 p.m. – "Minute to Win It"

9-11 p.m. – "The Celebrity Apprentice"

 

Cancelled (or ending)

The Great American Road Trip: No season two for the reality competition.

Here Come the Newlyweds: After two seasons, it's over.

Heroes: No season five but hopefully a wrap-up movie will come instead.

The Jay Leno Show: An interesting experiment that was almost universally reviled.

Kings: This interesting drama didn't find enough viewers.

I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! One season on ABC, one on NBC. No more.

Law & Order: The granddaddy show ends after 20 seasons.

The Listener: This drama was renewed in Canada but cancelled in the US.

Mercy: Disappointing ratings meant no season two.

Merlin: The BBC export was cancelled by NBC but picked up by Syfy2_bing.gif.

The Philanthropist: "The Complete Series" was released on DVD2_bing.gif in January.

Southland: NBC cancelled it but TNT picked it up and later ordered season three.

The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien: It didn't live up to expectations and O'Brien and the network parted ways.

Trauma: Ended after 18 episodes.

 

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FOX

 

 

MONDAY

8:00-9:00 PM HOUSE

9:00-10:00 PM LONESTAR (new)

 

TUESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM GLEE

9:00-9:30 PM RAISING HOPE (new)

9:30-10:00 PM RUNNING WILDE (new)

 

WEDNESDAY

8:00-9:00 PM LIE TO ME

9:00-10:00 PM HELL'S KITCHEN

 

THURSDAY

8:00-9:00 PM BONES

9:00-10:00 PM FRINGE

 

FRIDAY

8:00-9:00 PM HUMAN TARGET

9:00-10:00 PM THE GOOD GUYS

 

SATURDAY

8:00-8:30 PM COPS

8:30-9:00 PM COPS

9:00-10:00 PM AMERICA'S MOST WANTED

 

SUNDAY

7:00-8:00 PM THE OT (NFL post-game)

8:00-8:30 PM THE SIMPSONS

8:30-9:00 PM THE CLEVELAND SHOW

9:00-9:30 PM FAMILY GUY

9:30-10:00 PM AMERICAN DAD

 

FOX MIDSEASON 2011 PRIMETIME SCHEDULE (All Times ET/PT)

 

MONDAY

8:00-9:00 PM HOUSE

9:00-10:00 PM LONESTAR (new) / RIDE-ALONG (new)

 

TUESDAY

8:00-9:30 PM AMERICAN IDOL Performance Show

9:30-10:00 PM RUNNING WILDE (new) / MIXED SIGNALS (new; spring)

 

WEDNESDAY

8:00-8:30 PM RAISING HOPE (new)

8:30-9:00 PM AMERICAN IDOL Results Show

9:00-10:00 PM GLEE

 

THURSDAY

8:00-9:00 PM BONES

9:00-10:00 PM FRINGE

 

FRIDAY

8:00-9:00 PM HUMAN TARGET

9:00-10:00 PM KITCHEN NIGHTMARES

 

SATURDAY

8:00-8:30 PM COPS

8:30-9:00 PM COPS

9:00-10:00 PM AMERICA'S MOST WANTED

 

SUNDAY

7:00-7:30 PM THE SIMPSONS (encores)

7:30-8:00 PM AMERICAN DAD

8:00-8:30 PM THE SIMPSONS

8:30-9:00 PM BOB'S BURGERS (new)

9:00-9:30 PM FAMILY GUY

9:30-10:00 PM THE CLEVELAND SHOW

 

Cancelled (or ending)

'Til Death: The show's luck ran out after four seasons.

24: After eight seasons, Jack Bauer2_bing.gif gets some time off.

Brothers: Gone after 13 episodes.

Dollhouse: After two seasons, Echo is gone.

Mental: Only one season for this summer series.

More to Love: The plus-size Bachelor-like series isn't coming back.

Past Life: No second chance or season, unaired episodes starting May 28th.

Sons of Tucson: The remaining episodes will still air but there won't be a second season.

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I'm gonna miss Numb3rs , Lost and Flash Forward.....it was time for Lost to go but they didn't give FF a decent chance and the bastards are going to leave fans high and dry....I think that is the last "Lost" type series that I'm going to watch, from now on if the show doesn't get renewed for a second season then I'm not watching....

 

I can always buy the DVD releases or download the series if it turns out to be worth watching and it lasts...

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I wonder why there moving "The Big Bang Theory" to Thursday's?

 

Also strange that CSI:NY would be moved to Fridays when their ratings are very strong on Wednesday when advertising dollars are better.

 

Nice to see Human Targer is returning and it's even better that Fringe is back.

 

These damn networks waste so much time and money cancelling shows that people actually watch and bring in shows no one cares about. Look at Ghost Whisperer. I don't watch it but from what I understand they had been winning their time slot on Fridays for 4 years and they get cancelled and Medium gets another season but their ratings were very close to being the same.

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More cancellations and moving of shows:

 

 

FOX has been going through quite a few changes these past couple of days. It not only cancelled its new series Lone Star and moved up the Lie to Me Season 3 premiere in its timeslot, but we are now learning that the HUMAN TARGET Season 2 premiere has been pushed back from this Friday October 1 to Wednesday November 17 at 8pm.

 

This is a shame because the season 2 premiere “Ilsa Pucci” is a really great episode and while it doesn’t make up for the wait you check out our advance review of the episode here. In addition, you can check out photos from the premiere here and here. Finally, you can find all our Human Target coverage here.

 

 

This worries me that they might cancel Human Target as well. I'm not sure what's Fox's thinking here. Maybe their thinking waiting until the MLB playoffs are over is the best but this show was supposed to kick off tonight and pushing it back makes me think they'll pull the plug later but I hope I'm wrong.

 

As for the new shows I've loved Blue Bloods, Hawaii Five-0, The Event, Boardwalk Empire and Chase. I have Detroit 187 on my DVR but haven't had a chance to watch it yet.

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ABC has canceled one of their new shows as well; "My Generation". By all accounts, FOX's "The Good Guys" and NBC's "Outlaw" are on the chopping block too.

 

My thoughts on the new shows I've checked out so far....

 

Boardwalk Empire - Excellent stuff.

Mike & Molly - Cute. Not a must see, but pretty funny.

The Event - Nowhere close to being in the same league as "Lost", but pretty decent so far. I'll keep watching as long as they keep giving timely answers, and NBC keeps showing it.

No Ordinary Family - Really surprised at how good this was. This had the potential to be a cheese fest, but the "family becomes superheroes" story has been done really well here.

Raising Hope - HILARIOUS new comedy from the same guys who did "My Name is Earl"

Running Wilde - AWFUL...just f'n awful. Not funny...at all. How the hell this got picked up boggles the mind.

Undercovers - YIKES. This is one of the shows I was looking forward to, and it bored the hell outta me. It also looks to be in trouble ratings wise.

Better With You - Not Funny... will probably not watch again.

The Defenders - Surprise of the season for me. I didn't think this would be all that great, but Jerry O'connell and Jim Belushi work really well together. Surprisingly good.

S#!t My Dad Says - Eh. A few funny lines here and there, but there is ZERO chemistry between Shatner and the guy who plays his son (the one who just moved in). Will probably watch a few more episodes cause it comes on right after Big Bang Theory.

Outsourced - Ugh. Not funny.... only reason I watched the second episode is because it comes on right after The Office and I was too lazy to change the channel.

The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret - Friday nights on IFC. Laughed my ass off watching the first episode last night.

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ABC has canceled one of their new shows as well; "My Generation". By all accounts, FOX's "The Good Guys" and NBC's "Outlaw" are on the chopping block too.

 

My thoughts on the new shows I've checked out so far....

 

Boardwalk Empire - Excellent stuff.

Mike & Molly - Cute. Not a must see, but pretty funny.

The Event - Nowhere close to being in the same league as "Lost", but pretty decent so far. I'll keep watching as long as they keep giving timely answers, and NBC keeps showing it.

No Ordinary Family - Really surprised at how good this was. This had the potential to be a cheese fest, but the "family becomes superheroes" story has been done really well here.

Raising Hope - HILARIOUS new comedy from the same guys who did "My Name is Earl"

Running Wilde - AWFUL...just f'n awful. Not funny...at all. How the hell this got picked up boggles the mind.

Undercovers - YIKES. This is one of the shows I was looking forward to, and it bored the hell outta me. It also looks to be in trouble ratings wise.

Better With You - Not Funny... will probably not watch again.

The Defenders - Surprise of the season for me. I didn't think this would be all that great, but Jerry O'connell and Jim Belushi work really well together. Surprisingly good.

S#!t My Dad Says - Eh. A few funny lines here and there, but there is ZERO chemistry between Shatner and the guy who plays his son (the one who just moved in). Will probably watch a few more episodes cause it comes on right after Big Bang Theory.

Outsourced - Ugh. Not funny.... only reason I watched the second episode is because it comes on right after The Office and I was too lazy to change the channel.

The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret - Friday nights on IFC. Laughed my ass off watching the first episode last night.

 

I've only caught part of Defenders in the pilot episode and thought it was better than I expected but I forgot about it this week.

 

If you haven't seen it yet I highly recommend Hawaii Five-0 and Blue Bloods.

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Looks like "Outlaw" over on NBC is the next to go:

 

http://tvbythenumbers.com/2010/10/06/nbc-shuts-down-production-on-outlaw/67027

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Looks like "Outlaw" over on NBC is the next to go:

 

http://tvbythenumbers.com/2010/10/06/nbc-shuts-down-production-on-outlaw/67027

 

Not suprised since they buried that on Friday night plus just my opinion but Jimmy Smits can't carry a show by himself.

 

Speaking of Fridays I'm still shocked that CBS moved CSI:NY to Friday plus they stuck the awesome Blue Bloods on Fridays as well.

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I'm not really paying attention to most of the new shows. The networks won't give them time to develop an audience anyway. I have watched Chase a couple times. I really like the show. Sadly it appears that it won't be on much longer.

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A few more casualties; FOX is canceling "The Good Guys" and "Running Wilde":

 

http://tvbythenumber...-canceled/72899

 

Cancellations & shows "on the bubble" so far:

 

ABC:

Canceled - My Generation, The Whole Truth

As good as gone - Detroit 1-8-7

Teetering on the brink - Better With You, No Ordinary Family

 

CBS:

Canceled - Medium

Teetering - The Defenders (This SUCKS! The show wins its time slot every week, averages near 10 million viewers each week, but because it's their lowest rated new drama in the almighty 18-49 demographic, it's probably a goner) :thppt:

$#!4 My Dad Says (not holding on to enough of The big Bang Theory's audience)

CSI Miami, The Good Wife

 

NBC:

Canceled - Outlaw, Undercovers

Teetering - Chase, The Event, Chuck, Parenthood, Community (highly underrated comedy; I love the fact that they don't use those annoying laugh tracks)

 

FOX:

Canceled - Lonestar, The Good Guys, Running Wilde

Teetering - Lie to Me, Fringe (being moved to Fridays after the New Year) :crying:

American Dad (lowest rated animated series; if any of their new animated shows coming up do well, it's a goner)

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American Dad (lowest rated animated series;)

 

And deservedly so. That show blows goat nuts.

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A few more casualties; FOX is canceling "The Good Guys" and "Running Wilde":

 

http://tvbythenumber...-canceled/72899

 

Cancellations & shows "on the bubble" so far:

 

ABC:

Canceled - My Generation, The Whole Truth

As good as gone - Detroit 1-8-7

Teetering on the brink - Better With You, No Ordinary Family

 

CBS:

Canceled - Medium

Teetering - The Defenders (This SUCKS! The show wins its time slot every week, averages near 10 million viewers each week, but because it's their lowest rated new drama in the almighty 18-49 demographic, it's probably a goner) :thppt:

$#!4 My Dad Says (not holding on to enough of The big Bang Theory's audience)

CSI Miami, The Good Wife

 

NBC:

Canceled - Outlaw, Undercovers

Teetering - Chase, The Event, Chuck, Parenthood, Community (highly underrated comedy; I love the fact that they don't use those annoying laugh tracks)

 

FOX:

Canceled - Lonestar, The Good Guys, Running Wilde

Teetering - Lie to Me, Fringe (being moved to Fridays after the New Year) :crying:

American Dad (lowest rated animated series; if any of their new animated shows coming up do well, it's a goner)

 

NBC ordered a full season of Chase so don't think that was is going to be cancelled yet with ratings consistantly in the 5 million range I don't see it lasting especially going up against Castle and Hawaii Five O.

 

Detroit 187- While not great has gotten better week to week and is a weak time slot so I think that might survive for a while.

 

Defenders - I'd be shocked to see this get cancelled since it's winning it's time slot but CBS did that to the Ghost Whisperer last season there is a precedent for this happening.

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A few more casualties; FOX is canceling "The Good Guys" and "Running Wilde":

 

http://tvbythenumber...-canceled/72899

 

Cancellations & shows "on the bubble" so far:

 

ABC:

Canceled - My Generation, The Whole Truth

As good as gone - Detroit 1-8-7

Teetering on the brink - Better With You, No Ordinary Family

 

CBS:

Canceled - Medium

Teetering - The Defenders (This SUCKS! The show wins its time slot every week, averages near 10 million viewers each week, but because it's their lowest rated new drama in the almighty 18-49 demographic, it's probably a goner) :thppt:

$#!4 My Dad Says (not holding on to enough of The big Bang Theory's audience)

CSI Miami, The Good Wife

 

NBC:

Canceled - Outlaw, Undercovers

Teetering - Chase, The Event, Chuck, Parenthood, Community (highly underrated comedy; I love the fact that they don't use those annoying laugh tracks)

 

FOX:

Canceled - Lonestar, The Good Guys, Running Wilde

Teetering - Lie to Me, Fringe (being moved to Fridays after the New Year) :crying:

American Dad (lowest rated animated series; if any of their new animated shows coming up do well, it's a goner)

 

NBC ordered a full season of Chase so don't think that was is going to be cancelled yet with ratings consistantly in the 5 million range I don't see it lasting especially going up against Castle and Hawaii Five O.

 

Detroit 187- While not great has gotten better week to week and is a weak time slot so I think that might survive for a while.

 

Defenders - I'd be shocked to see this get cancelled since it's winning it's time slot but CBS did that to the Ghost Whisperer last season there is a precedent for this happening.

 

 

The only ones I'll miss....

 

Chase.....just needs a new time slot to be successful

 

CSI Miami.....worst of the CSI shows so I'm not surprised to see it on the edge

 

The Event.....not sold on this one but I'd like to see it given a better chance...hope they at least give it a proper ending...

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A few more casualties; FOX is canceling "The Good Guys" and "Running Wilde":

 

http://tvbythenumber...-canceled/72899

 

Cancellations & shows "on the bubble" so far:

 

ABC:

Canceled - My Generation, The Whole Truth

As good as gone - Detroit 1-8-7

Teetering on the brink - Better With You, No Ordinary Family

 

CBS:

Canceled - Medium

Teetering - The Defenders (This SUCKS! The show wins its time slot every week, averages near 10 million viewers each week, but because it's their lowest rated new drama in the almighty 18-49 demographic, it's probably a goner) :thppt:

$#!4 My Dad Says (not holding on to enough of The big Bang Theory's audience)

CSI Miami, The Good Wife

 

NBC:

Canceled - Outlaw, Undercovers

Teetering - Chase, The Event, Chuck, Parenthood, Community (highly underrated comedy; I love the fact that they don't use those annoying laugh tracks)

 

FOX:

Canceled - Lonestar, The Good Guys, Running Wilde

Teetering - Lie to Me, Fringe (being moved to Fridays after the New Year) :crying:

American Dad (lowest rated animated series; if any of their new animated shows coming up do well, it's a goner)

 

NBC ordered a full season of Chase so don't think that was is going to be cancelled yet with ratings consistantly in the 5 million range I don't see it lasting especially going up against Castle and Hawaii Five O.

 

Detroit 187- While not great has gotten better week to week and is a weak time slot so I think that might survive for a while.

 

Defenders - I'd be shocked to see this get cancelled since it's winning it's time slot but CBS did that to the Ghost Whisperer last season there is a precedent for this happening.

 

 

The only ones I'll miss....

 

Chase.....just needs a new time slot to be successful

 

CSI Miami.....worst of the CSI shows so I'm not surprised to see it on the edge

 

The Event.....not sold on this one but I'd like to see it given a better chance...hope they at least give it a proper ending...

 

I agree about Chase and The Event and also hope that The Event gets a proper ending that at least makes sense.

 

I stopped watching CSI Miami about 4 years ago as it got just to ridiculous IMO and really haven't enjoyed it since Rory Cochrane left the show.

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A few more casualties; FOX is canceling "The Good Guys" and "Running Wilde":

 

http://tvbythenumber...-canceled/72899

 

Cancellations & shows "on the bubble" so far:

 

ABC:

Canceled - My Generation, The Whole Truth

As good as gone - Detroit 1-8-7

Teetering on the brink - Better With You, No Ordinary Family

 

CBS:

Canceled - Medium

Teetering - The Defenders (This SUCKS! The show wins its time slot every week, averages near 10 million viewers each week, but because it's their lowest rated new drama in the almighty 18-49 demographic, it's probably a goner) :thppt:

$#!4 My Dad Says (not holding on to enough of The big Bang Theory's audience)

CSI Miami, The Good Wife

 

NBC:

Canceled - Outlaw, Undercovers

Teetering - Chase, The Event, Chuck, Parenthood, Community (highly underrated comedy; I love the fact that they don't use those annoying laugh tracks)

 

FOX:

Canceled - Lonestar, The Good Guys, Running Wilde

Teetering - Lie to Me, Fringe (being moved to Fridays after the New Year) :crying:

American Dad (lowest rated animated series; if any of their new animated shows coming up do well, it's a goner)

 

NBC ordered a full season of Chase so don't think that was is going to be cancelled yet with ratings consistantly in the 5 million range I don't see it lasting especially going up against Castle and Hawaii Five O.

 

 

Castle is great. Hawaii Five O I will probably catch on DVD when it comes out. watched the first episode and liked it. Don't forget that these shows are also going against Monday Night Football.

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Also, SEAN RYAN THE CREATOR OF THE SHIELD HAS A NEW SHOW COMING OUT ON FOX, I DONT KNOW WHEN BUT ITS CALLED THE CHICAGO CODE! SO BEING ONLY ON REGULAR FOX, AND NOT LIKING HIS OTHER SHOW THE UNIT, OR THE PACKAGE OR WHATEVER IT WAS CALLED, IM TREADING VERY LIGHTLY WITH THIS ONE, AND HANGING WITH THE SHIELDS WRITERS DOING THE SONS OF ANARCHY THING!

 

AND LAW AND ORDER WAS PICKED UP BY TNT AND IS COMING BACK FOR IT'S 21ST SEASON!!

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Also, SEAN RYAN THE CREATOR OF THE SHIELD HAS A NEW SHOW COMING OUT ON FOX, I DONT KNOW WHEN BUT ITS CALLED THE CHICAGO CODE! SO BEING ONLY ON REGULAR FOX, AND NOT LIKING HIS OTHER SHOW THE UNIT, OR THE PACKAGE OR WHATEVER IT WAS CALLED, IM TREADING VERY LIGHTLY WITH THIS ONE, AND HANGING WITH THE SHIELDS WRITERS DOING THE SONS OF ANARCHY THING!

 

AND LAW AND ORDER WAS PICKED UP BY TNT AND IS COMING BACK FOR IT'S 21ST SEASON!!

 

I know you like these shows(as do I) that are a little darker but have you ever seen 'The Black Donnelys'?

 

It's about 4 years old but was cancelled after 14 episodes but it's awesome Irish Mob show about four brothers. This should of been a hit.

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Fuck no i never even heard of it, what channel did it show on? that sounds like a bad motherfucker, did it release on DVD?

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Fuck no i never even heard of it, what channel did it show on? that sounds like a bad motherfucker, did it release on DVD?

 

I think it was on NBC(which explains a lot) and yes it's on DVD as I rented it from Netflix. It had Olivia Wilde who is kind of becoming a star in her own right after being on House and is in the upcoming movie Tron: Legacy. It also had the kid who played "Smalls" in The Sandlot but he's grown up in the this and is a crazy bad mofo. Also had Keith Nobbs("Runner" in the Pacific) plus many other known actors. Yes it's badass and very dark and violent but it's to damn bad that this didn't air on Showtime like "Brotherhood" did because this show is even better IMO.

 

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0805661/

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Well one of my fav shows has gotten the axe already, "Lights Out" on FX.

A damn good show IMO and this after FX cancelled another great show from last fall, "Terriers". I can't blame them as these shows couldn't even pull in a million viewers but I'm not sure what's going on with FX. Besides The Shield and Sons of Anarchy they've struggled to get their shows to find long term audiences. I sure hope that they give "Justified" more seasons but I imagine that their ratings are better since they got a 2nd season.

 

Also it appears that "Detroit 187" and "V" will be going away on permanent vacations and that's a shame. For some reason neither of these shows never fit in at ABC but both got better as they went along. Detroit got better and better as the season went on and gave away more and more about each character but it just didn't move fast enough so I can see why some would lose interest. The ratings weren't horrible but probably not good enought to get renewed plus they shoot in Detroit and the tax breaks studios were getting for shooting there are going away which is big obstacle. V while having a few bumps in the road got better the last half of season two and the way it ended had me psyched for a season 3 especially with the new underground anti-V group ran by the Government and with Tyler being murdered and Father Jack being "Blissed" there left a lot to look forward to but it probably won't happen.

 

 

I just stated a sepreate thread but I will say that the new A&E show "Breakout Kings" is awesome and I'm looking forward to the new AMC show "The Killing".

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Well one of my fav shows has gotten the axe already, "Lights Out" on FX.

A damn good show IMO and this after FX cancelled another great show from last fall, "Terriers". I can't blame them as these shows couldn't even pull in a million viewers but I'm not sure what's going on with FX. Besides The Shield and Sons of Anarchy they've struggled to get their shows to find long term audiences. I sure hope that they give "Justified" more seasons but I imagine that their ratings are better since they got a 2nd season.

 

Also it appears that "Detroit 187" and "V" will be going away on permanent vacations and that's a shame. For some reason neither of these shows never fit in at ABC but both got better as they went along. Detroit got better and better as the season went on and gave away more and more about each character but it just didn't move fast enough so I can see why some would lose interest. The ratings weren't horrible but probably not good enought to get renewed plus they shoot in Detroit and the tax breaks studios were getting for shooting there are going away which is big obstacle. V while having a few bumps in the road got better the last half of season two and the way it ended had me psyched for a season 3 especially with the new underground anti-V group ran by the Government and with Tyler being murdered and Father Jack being "Blissed" there left a lot to look forward to but it probably won't happen.

 

 

I just stated a sepreate thread but I will say that the new A&E show "Breakout Kings" is awesome and I'm looking forward to the new AMC show "The Killing".

 

 

I've never watched Lights Out so I can't comment on that show. However I did watch Terriers and while I thought it was okay I can't say that I will miss it.

 

I stopped watching Detroit 187 after about 4 episodes, it just didn't do anything for me and I didn't buy Michael Imperioli as the lead....

 

I had high hopes for V but after 1 season and part of the 2nd season I lost interest as it seemed to be a soap opera with aliens...

 

I've been watching Breakout Kings and once again it's okay but nothing fantastic...I'm not sure how much longer it will keep my attention...

 

I am looking forward to The Killing also The Borgias and Game Of Thrones...I checked out the first episode of Body of Proof last night which wasn't too bad, we'll see how it goes over the next few eps...

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Well one of my fav shows has gotten the axe already, "Lights Out" on FX.

A damn good show IMO and this after FX cancelled another great show from last fall, "Terriers". I can't blame them as these shows couldn't even pull in a million viewers but I'm not sure what's going on with FX. Besides The Shield and Sons of Anarchy they've struggled to get their shows to find long term audiences. I sure hope that they give "Justified" more seasons but I imagine that their ratings are better since they got a 2nd season.

 

Also it appears that "Detroit 187" and "V" will be going away on permanent vacations and that's a shame. For some reason neither of these shows never fit in at ABC but both got better as they went along. Detroit got better and better as the season went on and gave away more and more about each character but it just didn't move fast enough so I can see why some would lose interest. The ratings weren't horrible but probably not good enought to get renewed plus they shoot in Detroit and the tax breaks studios were getting for shooting there are going away which is big obstacle. V while having a few bumps in the road got better the last half of season two and the way it ended had me psyched for a season 3 especially with the new underground anti-V group ran by the Government and with Tyler being murdered and Father Jack being "Blissed" there left a lot to look forward to but it probably won't happen.

 

 

I just stated a sepreate thread but I will say that the new A&E show "Breakout Kings" is awesome and I'm looking forward to the new AMC show "The Killing".

 

 

I've never watched Lights Out so I can't comment on that show. However I did watch Terriers and while I thought it was okay I can't say that I will miss it.

 

I stopped watching Detroit 187 after about 4 episodes, it just didn't do anything for me and I didn't buy Michael Imperioli as the lead....

 

I had high hopes for V but after 1 season and part of the 2nd season I lost interest as it seemed to be a soap opera with aliens...

 

I've been watching Breakout Kings and once again it's okay but nothing fantastic...I'm not sure how much longer it will keep my attention...

 

I am looking forward to The Killing also The Borgias and Game Of Thrones...I checked out the first episode of Body of Proof last night which wasn't too bad, we'll see how it goes over the next few eps...

 

Camelot just started on Starz and I have it on my DVR but haven't watched it yet. If it's half as good as what Starz did with Spartacus it will be a must watch.

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