STATUS: NBC’s silence with regard to the underrated summer series’ Season 2 fate is deafening, not to mention worrisome. One hopeful sign: The network is said to be in discussions with key cast members about a potential second season.
STATUS: The CW’s struggling rookie military drama is expected to complete its initial 13-episode order, but then that’s it.
Wisdom of the Crowd
STATUS: CBS last week decided to forego ordering additional episodes of the procedural, a decision that may or may not have been hastened by Jeremy Piven’s real-life troubles. No one is officially using the C-word, but the prevailing wisdom is the show’s a goner.
Battle of the Network Stars, Boy Band, The Gong Show, Steve Harvey’s Funderdome
STATUS: ABC’s reality quartet remains very much on the bubble, with an insider telling TVLine that only two of the four will likely return. Our money’s on Boy Band and Gong Show getting a reprieve.
Me, Myself and I
STATUS: CBS yanked the freshman comedy off the air in early November after six poorly rated episodes, although the network maintains that the sitcom’s seven unaired episodes will see the light of day. We maintain, meanwhile, that the poorly conceived sitcom is cancelled.
STATUS: Over the summer Fox’s then-president David Madden said, “The jury is still out” on a potential third season. And, according to a network insider, the jury remains out.
So You Think You Can Dance
Status: Fox kept us waiting until nearly February to make a decision about the fate of Season 14. And we have every reason to believe they’ll wait at least that long to deliver their Season 15 verdict. A network source source outs the venerable reality show’s survival chances at 50/50.