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Cancelled Shows, Facts & Figures: The 'Best' Casualty, the 'Worst' Renewal, the Most Ruthless Network and More

TVLine Logo By Matt Webb Mitovich of TVLine | Slide 3 of 11: The traditionally renewal-happy CW this season had the worst batting average, with just 33 percent of its freshman shows living to see a Season 2. And while CBS and NBC each saw three out of five freshmen make the grade, ABC's 2-for-3 success rate proved to be just a bit higher. The CW — which admittedly has a lot going on (a possible sale and the end of their suh-weeeet Netflix deal included) -- in fact also chopped the most shows overall (at least 10 as of press time, AKA nearly half of its slate), followed by CBS (which cut six). Fox thus far has officially only trimmed three.View the full Article

CW TAKES THE 'L'

The traditionally renewal-happy CW this season had the worst batting average, with just 33 percent of its freshman shows living to see a Season 2. And while CBS and NBC each saw three out of five freshmen make the grade, ABC's 2-for-3 success rate proved to be just a bit higher. The CW — which admittedly has a lot going on (a possible sale and the end of their suh-weeeet Netflix deal included) -- in fact also chopped the most shows overall (at least 10 as of press time, AKA nearly half of its slate), followed by CBS (which cut six). Fox thus far has officially only trimmed three.

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