After what one could call FOX’s most successful seasons in its history, there are very few cancellations to report. FOX’s schedule will remain the same for the most part and borderline shows (ratings-wise) like The OC, The Loop and The War at Home have received renewal notices. The few shows that were cancelled (either this week or earlier) include:
Arrested Development – Critics loved it but few people watched. Read more information here.
The Bernie Mac Show – After five seasons and 104 episodes, this comedy aired its last original episode on April 14, 2006.
Free Ride – This partially-improved sitcom aired the last of its six episodes on April 9, 2006.
Head Cases – The Chris O’Donnell comedy was one of the first fatalities of the 2005-06 season.
Killer Instinct – This San Francisco-based crime thriller aired episode #13 (of 14 produced) in March of 2006 and hasn’t been seen since.
Kitchen Confidential – The off-beat Bradley Cooper comedy didn’t take off as expected and has been off the air since January 2006.
That ’70s Show – The series finale airs tonight with the return of Michael Kelso (Ashton Kutcher). Stay tuned for a recap.
Unan1mous – This odd “reality” game show has been almost unanimously disliked by critics and won’t be returning.