It's the time of year when those brilliant executives at the major television networks decide which TV shows will live on to next season and which ones will end up on Trio's Brilliant but Cancelled series. The bigwigs at ABC et al have until the middle of May, when they announce the fall TV schedules, to figure out what to do. Some valiant shows have already fallen, like Third Watch, North Shore and Point Pleasant. Some have been miraculously saved, like Veronica Mars. The rest are "on the bubble," as they say in TV speak.
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The top shows on the chopping block:
Arrested Development: Fox is getting on the bandwagon with its own petition drive for the show, which is a critical favorite but a ratings downer.
Joan of Arcadia: Will this CBS show end up in series heaven? It has fizzled out this season.
Kevin Hill: A big audience just hasn't found this UPN show yet, although that didn't keep UPN from renewing Veronica Mars.
Judging Amy: This long-running CBS show may be reaching its end, with Amy quitting her job. Or will CBS let fans pick up the cliff-hanger next season?
The Bernie Mac Show: The star is okay, even though he's been sick, but it might be the ratings that doom this Fox family show.