The network won't pick up any more episodes of the J.J. Abrams series, and it's no wonder, given the show's lack of identity and tone.
Chase also joins the renewal party; Chuck will run 24 episodes this season with bonus extension.
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.
The super producer's latest series ditches his normal formula for fun spy-jinx, and that's where things go wrong.
These unfamiliar faces will become household names this fall thanks to their fresh talent and compelling new characters.
You are about to be drowning in a ton of new shows, and navigating those tricky waters can be a daunting task. Thankfully, we've seen the pilots of the most of the networks' new offerings and can tell you which ones are worth watching.
TRY BEFORE YOU BUY
Watch clips from NBC's new shows, including Outsourced, The Event, The Cape, and Love Bites. Consider them a warning of what's in store for fall.
PRETENDING LAST YEAR DIDN'T HAPPEN
There are eight new shows on the fourth-place network's fall schedule; one of its Thursday comedies has been pushed to midseason to make room for a newbie.
Plus: Lost is finished and maybe spoiled (again), Chloe might not be back for Smallville's tenth season, and J.J. Abrams has another show coming to TV.