Terriers is Officially a Goner

... Add FX's Terriers to the list of shows that just couldn't find an audience despite critical acclaim. The network has canceled the show after just one season. Some say it went against the FX brand, others say it was too subtle. I say it didn't have enough zombies. [The Live Feed]

... Just to make it official: Dexter has been renewed for a sixth season. [Showtime via press release]

... The CW, which already has Superman-based Smallville and has toyed with the DC Comics universe, is looking to develop a show based on Raven, a half-demon female superhero. Raven would be a good fit on the network, which is already full of demons, superheroes, and sexy people. [Variety]

... PETA is mad at Sarah Palin because she killed a caribou on Sarah Palin's Alaska. Said PETA: "Sarah seems to think that resorting to violence and blood and guts may lure people into watching her boring show. But the ratings are as dead as the poor animals she shoots." Buuuuurrrrrnnn! [Fancast]

... Joel McHale won't be quitting his day job. The Community star has signed on for two more years of hosting The Soup, the only E! show that's remotely worth watching. [Deadline Hollywood]

... Supernatural fans have rallied and voted the show as the winner of TV Guide's first annual Fan Favorite poll, meaning stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles will grace the December 13 cover of the long-running TV magazine. Excellent! One more thing to put in my scrapbook! [CBS News]

... Starz is continuing to be a major player in the original programming department, adding 10 episodes of Magic City to its slate. The period drama is set in 1960s Miami as Fidel Castro comes into power in Cuba. Think The Sopranos in tropical shirts. [Deadline Hollywood]

... If you're looking for ABC's The Whole Truth, don't bother. ABC has pulled the show from its schedule, without saying whether it will finish airing the remaining episodes. [Broadcasting & Cable]

... An Oregon man has legally changed his name to "Captain Awesome" after the character from NBC's Chuck. What's his middle name, Subway Sandwich? [The Register-Guard]

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