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A comprehensive list of which TV shows are returning next season, which shows have been canceled, and which shows are still in limbo.
One of the things to look forward to every television is the crop of new shows. Unfortunately, that "crop" is usually just a pile of crap. Aside from a couple of lucky ones, most new series won't live to see their first birthday. This season will probably be no different, but we've narrowed down 10 to keep an eye on.
Fox laid out its 2009-2010 schedule to advertisers today, and it isn't without a few surprises and some notable rolls of the dice. Network president Kevin Reilly conducted a walk-through with members of the media today during a conference call, giving his insight on why he kept Dollhouse, the expansion of So You Think You Can Dance's role, and Fox's next big comedy star.
Fox will take the sheet off its 2009-2010 schedule next week, but it may not have too many surprises left. The network has already given second-season orders to Fringe and Lie to Me, and has added a pair of pilot pickups.
Attention Jericho fans: at least your lead actor is back on television. Skeet Ulrich has been signed to a CBS drama pilot says The Hollywood Reporter, reuniting the actor with the network that canceled (and uncanceled and re-canceled) his cult show.