SOME LIVE, SOME DIE
Two of the three bubble shows will be back. Plus: The network has also picked up a trio of new shows... was the zombie-filled Awakening one of them?
Plus: The CW is moving Hellcats to a new night, Gossip Girl may have an end date, and Ethan Hawke eyes a TV role.
WE RIFLE THROUGH WHAT'S ON OFFER THIS SUMMER FROM ABC, SEVEN, NINE, TEN AND SBS.
Just a few days of ratings to go and then it's all but over for 2010.
PRETTY EXPECTED, ACTUALLY
Network gives full-season orders for three shows, but not Life Unexpected. One vet and two newbies will stick around for 22 episodes.
Lone Star won't be this season's only cancellation; we examine the candidates and predict which shows are safe, which shows are on a short leash, and which shows are about to get canned.
These unfamiliar faces will become household names this fall thanks to their fresh talent and compelling new characters.
NINE'S YOUTH CHANNEL CELEBRATES ITS FIRST BIRTHDAY AND PROMISES NEW TITLES INCLUDING SPARTACUS, HELLCATS AND HUMAN TARGET.
GO! turns one next week and can boast about being the most successful of all the multi-channels.
FRIDAY NIGHT BITES
The network's 2010-2011 schedule boasts all original programming for the first time; One Tree Hill and Life Unexpected move to Tuesdays.