Which New Broadcast TV Show Will Be Canceled Next? (Poll)

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November 16th, 2012

While Partners finished third in our latest "Which New Broadcast Show Will Be Canceled Next?" poll, it was in fact canceled today. The season's dinner menu for the Cancellation Bear has also included Made In Jersey, Animal Practice, Private Practice, and Next Caller.

Which show will be next on the menu of the Cancellation Bear?

I've also added the "A show not on this list" option if you think a veteran show will be canceled next.

Better to Follow The Bear, Than Be Chased By Him. This season you can follow the Cancellation Bear on Twitter via @TheCancelBear. The Cancellation Bear will retweet all the Renew/Cancel Index post titles and links as well as engage in a little more back and forth banter than we do on our standard @TVbytheNumbers Twitter feed.

Because comment thread lawyers are everywhere, let's be clear that for the purposes of this poll "canceled" means removed from its initially scheduled timeslot, either off the air entirely or rescheduled to a burn off timeslot, even if the network *claims* the show will return later (two seasons ago those who answered The Whole Truth in the "next to be canceled" poll ended up being correct, it was removed first among the shows noted and never returned, despite initial ABC claims to the contrary).

What's your guess?

Vote as many times as you want!


  • Ian9outof10

    Who voted for Arrow. Are you on crack?

  • SVU: Fringe Division

    One out of Last Resort, 666 Park Ave, Mob Doctor or Emily Owens, it will either be announced by no back 9 (EO) or off the schedule (maybe the rest). My for real bet is Mob Doctor, especially if it’s ratings are below the 0.8 that it got this week (maybe an announcement on day before or day after Thanksgiving)

  • Timmy G

    Going for Emily Owens this time; Mob Doctor will be taken off the schedule but won’t be announced as cancelled until May.

  • Codyray543

    People actualy voted Arrow?

  • Keith Viverette

    I voted for Emily Owens because it was already rumored to be.

  • Jay

    666 Flop Avenue

  • American

    The only reason I would not vote for Mob Doctor is because FOX is too stubborn to remove it now.

  • Minka

    Throwing shade at whoever voted for B&B. I see your black magic at work!


  • Kyle

    I think it will be Emily Owens or Mob Doctor. I can’t believe someone voted for Arrow. Then again I can’t believe that people voted for Revolution either since it is NBC’s highest rated show among all scripted shows on the network.

  • Coco

    Someone voted for Elementary? Honestly? Keep spilling that tea gurl, keep spilling that tea.

  • Steve

    Mob Doctor again. It HAS to be right eventually.

  • rob60990

    666 Park Ave & Last Resort.

  • Timmy G

    I guess I could have gone with BATB to get in the good graces of TSC fans. ;)

  • John A

    Who cares at this point? The polls are annoying at this point.

  • One

    I have a feeling Mob Doctor will last until there are no more episodes to be immolated on Mondays.

    Hopefully, ABC will let Last Resort linger long enough for America to recognize the intelligence and importance of its narrative and rally it into the massive hit it needs to be for the sake of our future.

  • Ryan Schwartz

    Revolution (NBC)
    Go On (NBC)
    Vegas (CBS)
    The Neighbors (ABC)
    Ben And Kate (Fox)
    Beauty And The Beast (CW)
    Guys With Kids (NBC)
    Elementary (CBS)
    The Mindy Project (Fox)
    Nashville (ABC)
    Arrow (CW)
    The New Normal (NBC)

    All of these shows already have back orders for the season. I doubt MOB DOCTOR, LAST RESORT and 666 PARK AVENUE live to see 2013, but you never know. Which one gets cancelled first? If WIPEOUT’s ready, ABC will likely pull the plug on LAST RESORT first.

  • tv fan 1986

    I pick 666 Park Avenue. The show looks so stupid and dumb to watch.




  • panda22

    WTF????…..who voted for Arrow?


    Can’t believe Mob Doctor has over 30%

    Wasn’t EO rescued earlier this week?

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