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Michael Urie, left, and David Krumholtz starred in “Partners.”

Fall TV Scorecard

Nearly three months after the start of the fall TV season, the fates of most new series have been decided. Let’s check in and see how your favorites have faired. Here are the standings as of Monday afternoon for this season’s new series on broadcast networks.

Full seasons ordered

•“Arrow,” The CW

•“Beauty and the Beast,” The CW

•“Ben and Kate,” Fox

•“Chicago Fire,” NBC

•“Elementary,” CBS

•“Go On,” NBC

•“Guys With Kids,” NBC (Four more episodes of this comedy have been ordered, bringing the season total to 17, which is shy of a traditional 22-episode season)

•“Nashville,” ABC

•“Revolution,” NBC

•“The Mindy Project,” Fox

•“The Neighbors,” ABC

•“The New Normal,” NBC

•“Vegas,” CBS

Canceled

•“666 Park Avenue,” ABC

•“Animal Practice,” NBC

•“Last Resort,” ABC

•“Made in Jersey,” CBS

•“Partners,” CBS

Undecided

•“Emily Owens, M.D.,” The CW

•“Malibu Country,” ABC

•“The Mob Doctor,” Fox

Bold titles above denote that more scripts of these series have been ordered beyond the network’s initial production run. This often indicates interest in a full season by the network, but does not guarantee those scripts will be produced. Additional scripts had been ordered for several series that are now on the list of canceled shows.

– Journal Gazette

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