THR Reports on Pre-Upfronts Wave of Cancellations

THR Reports on Pre-Upfronts Wave of Cancellations

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THR reports that the pre-Upfronts wave of cancellations at the broadcast networks went into full swing on Thursday. Here’s how it stands now:

► CBS cancels “CSI: Cyber” after two seasons and gives a series order to Kevin James family comedy “Kevin Can Wait.” Meanwhile, CBS’ streaming service All Access is nearing a deal for a “Good Wife” spinoff series.
► ABC cancels “Castle” after eight seasons, “Nashville” after four seasons, as well as freshman show “The Family” and sophomore series “Galavant.” The network also axed the reboot of “The Muppets” and “Marvel’s Agent Carter.”
► Those that are living at ABC with a renewal include “The Catch,” “American Crime,” “The Real O’Neals” and “Dr. Ken.” Meanwhile, it’s ordering to series “Still Star-Crossed,” “Notorious,” “Imaginary Mary,” “Time After Time,” “Conviction,” “Downward Dog” and “Second Fattest Housewife.”
► NBC gives a series order to “Chicago Justice,” the third spinoff of the 4-year-old franchise and also orders Dan Fogelman dramedy “This Is Us” to series.
► Fox cancels “The Grinder” as well as “Grandfathered,” “Bordertown” and “Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life.”
► CW picks up CBS’ “Supergirl” for a second season, hands out series orders to “Riverdale,” “Frequency” and “No Tomorrow.”

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