Justice pulled, Brian pumped

The networks giveth, the networks taketh away.

Fox has taken the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced Justice off its schedule, the network said today. Production on the show will wrap after the 13th episode is filmed, with no word on whether those remaining episodes will be aired.

Justice had been shuffled around the schedule after finding going tough in its Wednesday 9 p.m. time slot. Fox will rerun House in the show's current spot, Monday's at 9 p.m.

Fox may opt to put Justice online. Earlier in the season, NBC wrapped production on its drama Kidnapped and pulled the show from the schedule. Now, NBC is making the remaining unaired episodes available on the Web. Yesterday, CBS announced it would put the unaired episodes of its quickly canceled Ray Liotta show Smith on its Innertube site.

ABC announced it has ordered the remaining nine episodes of drama What About Brian, making it a full season for the romantic drama. Brian comes from Lost and Felicity creator J.J. Abrams.

Today also marked the announcement by NBC that it was giving troubled Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip a full-season order. The CW also extended Veronica Mars and One Tree Hill by three episodes apiece.

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