CBS Cancels Drama Series

May 11, 2015  •  Post A Comment

CBS has pulled the plug on a drama series, while also announcing a batch of renewals. Variety reports that the network has canceled the thriller “Stalker” after its freshman season. The series stars Dylan McDermott and Maggie Q.

The closely watched situation regarding “CSI” remains undecided, the report notes. “It has not been axed,” Variety reports. “The long-running procedural, which wrapped up its 15th round earlier this year, could get a short order, followed by a TV movie for its grand finale.”

Its spinoff “CSI: Cyber” is coming back for a second season, the story reports.

“The network also handed renewals to ‘NCIS’ and spinoff ‘NCIS: Los Angeles.’ (The latest installment, ‘NCIS: New Orleans,’ was previously picked up.) ‘Blue Bloods,’ ‘Hawaii Five-0,’ ‘Elementary,’ ‘Person of Interest,’ ‘The Good Wife’ — which just wrapped its sixth season to a four-month ratings high — and ‘Criminal Minds’ will also be back,” Variety reports.

The Matthew Perry sitcom “The Odd Couple” received an order for a second season.

Please click on the link near the top of the story for Variety’s full report.



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  1. I doubt that the networks will ever get the message that the title of this series ALONE is a non-starter for many, many potential viewers. Not to mention the substance of this awful stinker.

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