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Human Target canceled season threeThe following is the third part of a list of TV series that are ending or have been cancelled during the 2010-11 season.

For more, be sure to check out part one, part two, and part three of the listings.

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Networks and cable channels have different ideas of when a season starts or ends but, to us, it makes sense to start the season on June 1, 2010 and and it on May 31, 2011. In some cases, the last episode of a show aired earlier than these dates but the network didn’t get around to canceling the series until later. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, try the 2008–2009 page, the 2009–2010 listings.

Downfall (ABC) NEW
Hosted by Chris Jericho, this game show takes place on top of a building and puts a contestant’s potential earnings on a conveyer belt. If they don’t answer correctly or fast enough, they and their prizes are sent hurling off the building to the streets below. All five produced episodes aired.

Entourage (HBO)
A comedy-drama that follows the acting career of Vincent Chase and his boyhood friends from Queens, NY. The pay-for-view cable channel has announced that season eight will be the TV show’s last. The final batch of episodes are expected to air in Summer 2011.

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<em>In Treatment:</em> HBO TV Series Cancelled; No Season Four, But…

In Treatment: HBO TV Series Cancelled; No Season Four, But…

March 30, 2011
It looks like the doctor is out — for now. HBO has cancelled In Treatment after the seasons on the air but may be interested Read more . . .
In Treatment

In Treatment

This dramatic series follows the challenges of a psychotherapist and his many patients. Dr. Paul Weston (Gabriel Byrne) is a charming but neurotic 53-year-old psychotherapist who moves to Brooklyn for a fresh start. He operates his practice out of his home. He commutes back to Maryland weekly to spend time with his kids, as well as see his own therapist. Paul's marriage to Kate (Michelle Forbes) came about as the result of an unconsummated mutual obsession with a patient, anesthesiologist Laura (Melissa George), and an affair Kate had as the result of emotional intimacy in her marriage. Left to pick up the pieces are their three children; college-age Ian (Jake Richardson), teenage Rosie (Mae Whitman), and nine-year-old Max (Max Burkholder). Paul must also cope with the illness of his dad and a lawsuit filed by the father of a fighter pilot patient who died in a plane crash. Paul continually has trouble with the boundaries between his personal and professional lives. Paul's therapist is Gina (Dianne Wiest), his clinical supervisor from many years ago. She stopped practicing after turning 60 and becoming a widow and began working on a novel. She decides to start practicing again and Paul's visits move from being casual to professional sessions. Alex Sr. (Glynn Turman) is the dad of the patient (Blair Underwood) who died in a plane accident. He blames Paul for his son's death and files a malpractice suit. Mia (Hope Davis) is a successful litigation attorney who's asked to handle the lawsuit. She's another former patient of Paul's and is still dealing with unresolved feelings about the abortion she had twenty years ago. She passes on the case, deferring to others in her firm, and returns to therapy. Paul's patients include April (Alison Pill), an architecture student at Pratt with a serious illness and a complicated relationship with her physician; Walter (John Mahoney), a successful CEO with a family-owned company who's having trouble sleeping and is in deep denial over other issues; couple Amy and Jake (Embeth Davidtz and Josh Charles) who try to decide about having an abortion; Sophie (Mia Wasikowska), a suicidal teenage gymnast; and Oliver (Aaron Shaw), an overweight kid dealing with school bullies and his parents' impending divorce.
What’s New? TV Show DVD Releases for March 24, 2009

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