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10. Rosewood (Fox)

Remember when we said that some modest Fox shows might surprise by coming back because of the performance of other shows? This sophomore procedural is of those other shows. The numbers really plummeted in season 2 (Bones always made it look so easy). Update: Canceled.


9. Scream Queens (Fox)

Here’s another one. It’s always possible mega-talent Ryan Murphy will convince Fox to Legatake another swing, but there’s not been much of a market for American Horror Story Lite. Update: Canceled

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8. Sleepy Hollow (Fox)

Another example of a series that a network tried to save with a creative overhaul or two, making it tough to justify trying yet again when every shakeup has shed viewers. If axed, we expect Tom Mison to land another show in about two seconds. Update: Canceled.

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7. Making History (Fox)

Generally favorable reviews, but likely to be another time-travel casualty. Update: Canceled.

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6. Secrets and Lies (ABC)

Its fate is hardly a secret and nobody is bothering to lie about it. Update: Canceled

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5. Emerald City (NBC)

Those ratings and reviews and performances, oh my! Update: Canceled.

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4. Training Day (CBS)

We miss Bill Paxton, but it’s doubtful CBS will miss the late actor’s show. Update: Canceled.

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3. Frequency (The CW)

The CW launches so few shows that they hate to cancel any of them, but we’re hearing Frequency‘s signal is gone. Star Peyton List has also jumped ship to sister-network CBS’ drama pilot Mission Control. Update: Canceled.

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2. Pure Genius (CBS)

One of those “everybody assumes it was canceled in the fall but it wasn’t official so we’re still keeping it on the list” shows. Update: Canceled.

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1. No Tomorrow (The CW)

Well put. Update: Canceled.

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