It's that time
of year again, folks! Yep, some of your favorite shows are on the cancellation bubble and you can vote on which
ones you'd like to see next fall and ones that should go far, far away. It's an annual tradition that sometimes
predicts what shows will be renewed and which shows won't. So far you want your Scrubs.
according to the ninth annual USA Today 'Save Our Shows'
survey (say that five times fast) a whopping 61 percent of you would like to see the NBC comedy renewed for a
sixth season. Only fourteen percent of you want to see the show die a quick death. Scrubs is a good
bet to be renewed for the fall, as long as the network is willing to pony up the increased dough to the show's
production company, Touchstone Television. If NBC doesn't renew the program there is an equally good chance that
Touchstone's sibling ABC (both are owned by Disney) would pick up the show.
Six more shows on the USA
Today survey have more supporters than detractors: Veronica Mars (UPN), Commander in Chief
(ABC), Everwood (WB), Invasion (ABC), Reba (WB) and The King of Queens (CBS).
After ABC shelved Commander
in Chief this week, there is a good chance that it will not be renewed; Kevin James, the star of The
King of Queens, wants a bigger paycheck for the new season; and Veronica Mars and Reba
are vying for spots on the new CW network, which will be a combination of the WB and UPN.
shows have the least amount of supporters? FOX's one-camera comedies The Loop and Free Ride and UPN's
Half and Half and One on One.