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A complete guide to what's in and out on the networks

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 19th 2007 2:58PM

60 MinutesJust in time for the May upfronts (that time of year when all of the networks - ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and The CW - unveil their lineups for the fall), The Futon Critic has a complete guide to what shows have been renewed and what shows have been canceled for the 2007-08 season.

Most of the news isn't that surprising. We already know that shows like The Black Donnellys and Six Degrees and King of Queens are ending, and that shows like Lost, Bones, and 30 Rock have been renewed. However, I wasn't aware that Men in Trees had already been renewed, and isn't it a little odd to put 60 Minutes in the "Fate To Be Determined" category? I would assume it's definitely renewed.

There's also a very handy guide to all of the pilots that are currently in development (at the top), so you can see what shows just might replace your favorites.

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Black Donnellys going on hiatus

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 3rd 2007 9:06AM

The Black DonnellysAnother day, another show put on hiatus.

This time, it's The Black Donnellys. The NBC family crime drama, which replaced Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (itself currently on hiatus), will go on hiatus starting April 23. The show hasn't been doing too well in the ratings in the Monday at 10 slot.

And I know you're wondering: will Studio 60 return? Nope, at least not in that time slot. But for you fans of reality show, you're in luck! The Real Wedding Crashers, a new reality show based on the hit movie, will air in the Monday at 10 slot. NBC was going to put it on another night but they liked it so much (so much!!) that they're going to put it on after Heroes. The April 23 date is also the day that Heroes returns.

So, two quality dramas are put on the shelf, next to months of old boxes of macaroni and cheese, so another reality show can debut early. Fantastic.

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Summer: no longer just a time for barbeques and drinking

by Bob Sassone, posted May 28th 2005 5:51PM

Tony ShalhoubWe gave a list earlier from USA Today which talked about all the new shows premiering this summer. I won't provide a link to the post because like a lot of TV stuff that USA Today has been doing lately, it's incomplete. Here's the real list, compiled by our friends over at The Futon Critic: all the new shows you'll see this summer, as well as returning shows, complete with summaries and premiere dates:

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