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According to JimIn an age when there are hundreds of television channels, there’s a decent chance that you’ll be able to find a TV show that you like to watch. Unfortunately, with economics being what they are, there’s also a really good chance that it will be cancelled. The network execs have to answer to their stockholders and are less and less likely to take time to let shows grow an audience. Or, if the size of a series’ audience declines, they often have to axe them as well.

Here’s a “quick” listing of shows that won’t be back for the 2009 — 2010 TV season. If your favorite is on the list, you have our sympathies.

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2008 – 2009 Cancelled TV Shows: 10 CW Series That Won’t Be Back for 2009 – 2010

2008 – 2009 Cancelled TV Shows: 10 CW Series That Won’t Be Back for 2009 – 2010

May 27, 2009
The CW was the last to announce their new schedule for the 2009 - 2010 season. The network targets the desirable young female demographic but has been having a hard time attracting many viewers at all -- at least when you compare them to the four major networks. For next season, they've renewed 90210, America's Next Top Model, Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, Smallville, and Supernatural. Over the Summer, they're unveiling two new series; reality show Hitched or Ditched debuted tonight and drama Blonde Charity Mafia will show up in July. Next season, you'll be able to see The Beautiful Life, Parental Discretion Advised, The Vampire Diaries, and a new version of Melrose Place. The shows you won't be seeing back next season include 4Real, 13: Fear Is Real, Easy Money, Everybody Hates Chris, The Game, In Harm's Way, Privileged, Reaper, Stylista, and Valentine. Here are the details...
In Harm’s Way

In Harm’s Way

Created by Craig Piligian (an executive producer of Survivor), this one-hour reality series takes a hard look at those who put their health and lives on the line for their occupations. Hosted by former Navy Fighter Pilot Hunter Ellis, each episode follows a different set of men and women in their dangerous line of work.
CW Pulls MRC TV Shows: No More <em>Valentine, Easy Money</em> or <em>In Harm’s Way</em>… and <em>Jericho</em> Returns?

CW Pulls MRC TV Shows: No More Valentine, Easy Money or In Harm’s Way… and Jericho Returns?

November 20, 2008
Little about the CW's arrangement with Media Rights Capital has been typical. That trend's continued right to the very end as the CW is booting In Harm's Way, Valentine, and Easy Money right off their schedule. For those who haven't watched the MRC shows, here's a brief description: In Harm's Way is a reality show hosted by Hunter Ellis that spotlights people with dangerous occupations. Valentine follows a group of Greek gods who help modern-day mortals find true love. It stars Christine Lakin, Autumn Reeser, Robert Baker, Kristoffer Polaha, Greg Ellis, Jaime Murray, and Patrick Fabian. Easy Money, tells the tale of a family of loan sharks. That one features the talents of Laurie Metcalf, Jeff Hephner, Jay R. Ferguson, Joe Peracchio, Katie Lowes, Nick Searcy, Kimberly Estrada, Marsha Thomason, Ravi Patel, Chris Browning, Jesus Mayorga, Gary Farmer, and Judge Reinhold. Last May, it was announced that MRC was going to rent CW's three hours of Sunday night airtime to run their own programming. Rather than pick up established programming (Moonlight was briefly considered), MRC chose to fill the timeslots with three original shows, In Harm's Way, Valentine, and Easy Money. The CW has historically had difficulty attracting viewers to its Sunday night schedule so few had faith that MRC would have better luck with three shows that had less promotion and exposure.
<em>Easy Money</em> & <em>Valentine:</em> MRC Halts Production of CW Series

Easy Money & Valentine: MRC Halts Production of CW Series

October 14, 2008
Media Rights Capital (MRC) has shut down production on two of its CW series, Easy Money and Valentine. MRC made a deal with the Read more . . .
2008 – 2009 Cancelled Shows: Who Will be the First to Fall?

2008 – 2009 Cancelled Shows: Who Will be the First to Fall?

As the TV networks kick off another Fall season, their marketing machines are in full swing. If the promos are to be believed, every new Read more . . .

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