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Fall TV Scorecard

The final calls were made this week on the new broadcast-TV series that appeared this fall. As midseason shows get ready to hit airwaves, here is a look at how the fall series fared.

Additional orders

•“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

•“Malibu Country,” ABC

•“Nashville,” ABC

•“Revolution,” NBC

•“The Mindy Project,” Fox

•“The Neighbors,” ABC

•“The New Normal,” NBC

•“Vegas,” CBS

Canceled

Series in bold are slated to have their entire original production order aired, giving some the chance to wrap up their storylines. Some unaired episodes of “Made in Jersey” are currently popping up on CBS’ Saturday schedule.

•“666 Park Avenue,” ABC

•“Animal Practice,” NBC

•“Emily Owens, M.D.”, The CW

•“Last Resort,” ABC

•“Made in Jersey,” CBS

•“Partners,” CBS

•“The Mob Doctor,” Fox – The network has not ordered additional episodes and four of five the remaining unaired episodes are now scheduled to be shown at low-viewing times such as Saturdays and New Year’s Eve.

– Journal Gazette

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