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The Odd Couple Canceled by CBS

CBS has canceled The Odd Couple after three seasons. Sitcom star Matthew Perry assumed as much weeks ago, when he noted that the Odd Couples stage-door mural had been painted over. Heres what the Friends alum tweeted more than a month ago: ...Read More...

Cancellation Buzz: Which TV Shows Are Still in Danger?

Batten down the hatches, y’all. This week may be a rough one for fans of shows that are on the renewal bubble. Just a week ahead of the broadcast networks’ upfront presentations, TV execs are (finally) announcing the fates of their series. Just today, The CW officially axed No Tomorrow and Frequency . Expect more as the week progresses. Here’s a look at the broadcast network series that are most at risk: ● Very doubtful: Conviction , ABC - In November, the network announced that it would not increase the drama's episode order beyond the initial 13. Notorious , ABC - The show's episode order was reduced from 13 to 10 way back in October. The Odd Couple , CBS - For the third consecutive season, CBS decided not to order more than the initially requested 13 episodes. Training Day , CBS - Even before Bill Paxton's death, this show was an unlikely renewal. Pure Genius , CBS - The network in November decided not to order additional episodes of the medical drama. Scream Queens , FOX - He may be the king of FX, but Ryan Murphy's horror-comedy seems destined for FOX's morgue. Powerless , NBC - Officially pulled from the schedule, it's all but canceled. ● Outlook not so good: The Catch , ABC - With Still Star-Crossed finally about to premiere, execs may be ready to say no to Shonda Rhimes. American Crime , ABC - It's earned the network a few Emmys, but it’s also ABC's worst-rated show. Imaginary Mary , ABC - Jenna Elfman may want to imagine this never happened. The Toy Box , ABC - Kids are supposed to make TV shows cuter, right? Quantico , ABC - Ratings have been dropping pretty consistently this season. Secrets and Lies , ABC - ABC execs admitted in January that this was among the "less likely" series to return. The Real O’Neals , ABC - A quality show that fits right in among ABC's family sitcoms, but viewers just aren't tuning in. Hunted , CBS - A pretty buzzless show, ratings plummeted by season's end. Ransom , CBS - Likely to be a last-minute decision for the network. Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders , CBS - Among the worst-reviewed shows of 2016 and a consistent under-performer. Code Black , CBS - See show title. APB , FOX - The show ticked up a bit in its season finale, but it's probably not enough. The Exorcist , FOX - Many critics came around on the show as it progressed, but the ratings never did. Rosewood , FOX - After a pretty serious sophomore slump, the network shifted the show to Friday, where it's also floundered. Sleepy Hollow , FOX - A shock renewal last season, it's time is probably up. Making History , FOX - A serious long shot, despite fairly solid reviews. The Blacklist: Redemption , NBC - The original series is in decent shape, but this one was DOA. Blindspot , NBC - Ever since the second half of Season 1, this has been an very shaky ground. First Dates , NBC - Outside of her talk show, (executive producer) Ellen DeGeneres actually has a pretty bad track record. ● Cannot predict now: Dr. Ken , ABC - About as much of a tossup as there is for ABC. Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. , ABC - This one could go either way. Once Upon a Time , ABC - Ratings are at an all-time low and Jennifer Morrison has decided to leave at the end of this season. Elementary , CBS - Always on the bubble, creator Rob Doherty has said he's optimistic. 2 Broke Girls , CBS - Kind of a surprise not to have been part of the network's big renewal earlier this spring. The Great Indoors , CBS - The ratings may be slightly inflated because of its usual lead-in, The Big Bang Theory , but it’s still odd that this show's fate is up in the air. Son of Zorn , FOX - A creative premise, but this animated series never really took off. Still, it has a shot. Last Man on Earth , FOX - Will Forte recently got real, tweeting that the show is "on a serious bubble." Timeless , NBC - This got off to a good start following The Voice in the fall, but lost steam without the strong lead-in. Trial & Error , NBC - A clever show with talented performers, this comedy is not making much noise. To stay on top of renewal and cancellation news during this busy pre-upfronts week, check out our Cancellation Buzz page .

10 Shows Most Likely to Be Canceled

Midseason TV is here, but surprisingly, none of the broadcast networks have (officially) cut loose any of their new series. Several are in serious danger of being axed, however. As are some of the major networks' returning shows. Here are the 10 we think are least likely to return to the television schedule next season. The 10 Shows Most Likely to Be Canceled Launch Slideshow Which shows would you save? Weigh in below! p { text-align: justify; }

These TV Shows Are in Danger of Being Canceled

The cancellation ax came down hard last week, with Impastor , Salem , and Marco Polo meeting their demise. However, broadcast television's freshman series all made it to mid-December without officially being canceled. But that doesn't mean they're in the clear. Here's a look at which shows are in danger and which are on the dreaded bubble. CBS decided not to order additional episodes of its medical drama Pure Genius , so it will conclude — for now — with Episode 13. Theoretically, the show still is in contention for a renewal, but its chances are slim at best. Notorious ' season finale hit a ratings low, yet another nail in the coffin for the show, whose order ABC reduced from 13 to 10 episodes. Conviction also is struggling. ABC declined to order more than the original 13 episodes and ratings have dipped below even Notorious in the 18-49 demographic. A renewal for either would be a surprise. FOX's critically lauded series Pitch already wrapped up its 10-episode rookie season. Viewership remained low, but rose slightly for the finale. The Exorcist has even lower ratings, but some critics have come around as the season has progressed. Still, the baseball drama is the better bet for a renewal. After last year's shocking full-schedule renewal, no one's quite sure whether ratings even matter at The CW. If they do, both of the new series, No Tomorrow and Frequency , are on the bubble. There are also several returning shows whose outlooks are grim. After a creatively disappointing second season, Scream Queens seems destined for the great television morgue. FOX's longstanding relationship with Ryan Murphy likely helped the show secure a second season, but with a finale rating that was well below Season 1's, the odds of a third go-'round are virtually nil. For the third consecutive season, CBS decided not to order more than the initially requested 13 episodes of The Odd Couple , so there's a little hope for a return, but not much. In even worse shape at CBS is Elementary , which has been the network's worst performer in the 18-49 demo. Now airing on Friday, the low-rated but critically beloved Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is reaching an even tinier audience. A smaller episode order this year suggests the show might be dancing toward its conclusion. But a second consecutive Golden Globe nomination for star and co-creator Rachel Bloom gives it a legitimate shot at another season.

The Odd Couple Not Getting More Season 3 Episodes From CBS

The Odd Couple just got hit with an eviction warning. CBS wont be ordering more episodes of the sitcom reboots current Season 3, our sister site Deadline is reporting. The season will run for 13 episodes, the same length as the previous two seasons. Its not officially cancelled, but ratings for the remaining five episodes [] //

The Odd Couple's Garry Marshall Tribute: Did It Move You?

The Odd Couple on Monday paid its respects to the late Garry Marshall, who not only workedas an executive consultant on the CBS remake, but portrayed Matthew Perrys father, Walter. In celebration of the comedy legend, who in July died at age 81 due to complications from pneumonia, the episode welcomed a bevy of stars [] //

Odd Couple salutes Garry Marshalls legacy with star-studded tribute

Both TV versions of The Odd Couple sprung to life through the vision of the late Garry Marshall, who died in July at the age of 81. So its only appropriate that Monday nights Odd Couple episode (9:30 p.m. on CBS), Taffy Days, will pay tribute to Marshall in a lighthearted way and with... ...Read More... //

Odd Couple Sets Garry Marshall Tribute, Happy Days Stars and More to Take Part

Stars of several of Garry Marshalls television hits, includingHappy DaysandLaverne & Shirley, will appear on an upcoming episode of CBSThe Odd Couple honoring him, the network announced Monday. Marshall was creator of the originalOdd Couple and an executive consultanton the reboot. He died in July at age 81 of complications from pneumonia. The episode will [] //

The Odd Couple Paying Tribute To Garry Marshall With Actors From His Hit Shows

The November 7 episode of CBS The Odd Couple will take a look back with a tribute to the original series co-creator Garry Marshall , who died in July. The episode will feature actors from his hit TV shows includingRon Howard, Marion Ross, Anson Williams and Don Most from Happy Days ; Marshall's sister Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams from Laverne & Shirley ; and Pam Dawber from Mork & Mindy, which made Robin Williams a star . In the 1978-79 season, those series claimed ...Read More... //

The Odd Couple Is All About the "Couple" in Season 3

  The Odd Couple kicks off its third season Monday night with more mismatched roommate antics from Oscar Madison ( Matthew Perry ) and Felix Unger ( Thomas Lennon ). Fans can expect the show's classic, traditional sitcom stylings to continue as Season 3 follows the ups and downs in Oscar's relationship ...Read More... ...   //