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cancelled TV seriesHas your favorite TV show been cancelled or will it be back for the 2012–2013 TV season? If your favorite series is on the list below, you have our condolences.

This list encompasses shows that have ended or have been cancelled and won’t be back for the 2012-13 season. It covers those that have gotten the ax roughly between September 1, 2011 and August 31, 2012. In some cases, the last episodes of shows aired months earlier 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 2010–2011 listings, the 2009–2010 listings, or maybe you’ve gotten lucky!

This list used to include Breaking Bad but, since the last half of season five won’t air until 2012-13 we’re putting it on the 2012-13 list.

Because there have been so many cancellations, we’ve split this list up into three pages. This is the first. You can also check out page two and page three.

Most recent additions: The Buried Life, Dog Whisperer, How to Rock, and Teen Mom.

Now, let’s take a moment to bow our heads and remember these fallen TV series… Read more…

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The Firm

As a young associate, Mitch McDeere (Josh Lucas) brought down the prestigious Memphis law firm of Bendini, Lambert & Locke, which operated as a front for the Chicago mob -- and his life was never the same. This TV series picks up 10 years after the end of the 1991 feature film, and we find that Mitch (Josh Lucas), his wife Abby (Molly Parker), and their 10-year-old daughter Claire (Natasha Calis) are tired of hiding. After coming out of the Federal Witness Protection program, they relocate to our nation's capitol. Mitch starts his own practice, Abby is a teacher, and Claire starts to make real friends. Unfortunately, past dangers are still lurking and new threats are everywhere. Mitch is aided by Ray McDeere (Callum Keith Rennie), his charming yet volatile older brother. Having served time in prison for manslaughter, Ray acts as Mitch's private investigator. Tammy Hemphill (Juliette Lewis) is Mitch's feisty and sexy receptionist, whose work life is made all the more tumultuous by her on-again, off-again relationship with Ray. Tammy is leery when Mitch accepts a deal to partner with a top law practice, Kinross & Clark, as she's not cut out for the conservative culture of a white-shoe firm. Andrew Palmer (Shaun Majumder) is a charming, gregarious and ambitious partner at Kinross & Clark. He plays basketball with Mitch in a local league on the weekends and uses that connection to approach Mitch about a partnership with his firm. Alex Clark (Tricia Helfer) is a managing partner of Kinross & Clark. She's a dynamic and a very confident lawyer who, like Andrew, has secret reasons for wanting Mitch on board.
The Firm ratings

The Firm: Ratings for the 2011-12 Season

July 15, 2012
Here are the newest ratings for The Firm. This TV series picks up 10 years after the events in the John Grisham novel and Read more . . .
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The Firm: NBC Reschedules Final Four Episodes

June 18, 2012
As fans of The Firm may have noticed, the cancelled legal drama was bumped from the schedule once again last Saturday night. As a result, Read more . . .
No season two of The Firm on NBC

The Firm: Cancelled, No Season Two?

May 12, 2012
It’s been a rough road for Mitch MicDeere. Now, it’s come to an end — at least on NBC. The Firm has been cancelled after Read more . . .
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The Firm: To Be Cancelled on Saturdays Too?

March 13, 2012
If you need proof that The Firm is doomed to be cancelled by NBC, you just have to look at the show’s ratings. Not only Read more . . .
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Awake: Debuts March 1st, Replaces The Firm

February 3, 2012
As we previously reported, The Firm has been pulled and shuffled to Saturdays at 9pm. Starting March 1st, the Thursdays at 10pm timeslot will be Read more . . .
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The Firm: Exiled to Saturdays; Cancelled?

February 3, 2012
NBC has cancelled the Thursday airings of their low-rated legal series, The Firm, and sent it packing to Saturday nights at 9pm beginning February Read more . . .

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