Renewed, Canceled, or New? Guide to 2014-2015 TV schedule

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Fall 2014 TV Shows

If you've been following entertainment news, it's possible you already know one of your beloved shows has gotten the axe. Networks did not go easy on us this time around, canceling a slew of shows, including "Community," "Almost Human," and "Raising Hope."

Thankfully, plenty of great shows were renewed, and the pilots for the Fall 2014 season look pretty promising. A gritty drama about the city of Gotham, where Batman grew up? Check. A Marvel Universe show focuses on Agent Peggy Carter, who helped create S.H.I.E.L.D.? Yep. And plenty of others, too.

Find a list of all the renewed and canceled shows for the fall 2014, as well as a couple of new shows each network will premiere.

Fall 2014 TV Guide

ABC

Renewed: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Goldbergs, Modern Family, The Middle, Resurrection, Once Upon a Time, Castle, Scandal, Grey's Anatomy, Revenge, Dancing With the Stars, Nashville

Canceled/Series ended: Back in the Game, Betrayal, Killer Women, Mixology, Suburgatory, Super Fun Night, Trophy Wife, Black Box (not confirmed)

CBS

Renewed: 2 Broke Girls, The Amazing Race, The Big Bang Theory (all set through season 10), Big Brother, Blue Bloods, Criminal Minds, CSI, Elementary, Hawaii Five-0, The Mentalist, The Good Wife, Mike & Molly, Mom, The Millers, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, Person of Interest, Survivor, Two and a Half Men, Under the Dome, Undercover Boss, Unforgettable

Canceled/Series ended: How I Met Your Mother, Bad Teacher, The Crazy Ones, Friends With Better Lives, Hostages, Intelligence, We Are Men

FOX

Renewed: American Idol, Bob's Burgers, Bones, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Following, Family Guy, Glee, MasterChef Junior, The Mindy Project, New Girl, The Simpsons, Sleepy Hollow, So You Think You Can Dance

Canceled/Series ended: Almost Human, Dads, The Cleveland Show (not confirmed), Enlisted, Raising Hope, Rake, Surviving Jack, Us & Them (not confirmed), The X Factor

NBC

Renewed: About a Boy, The Biggest Loser, The Blacklist, Celebrity Apprentice, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Grimm, Hannibal, Hollywood Game Night, Law & Order: SVU, Parenthood, Parks and Recreation, The Voice

Canceled/Series ended: Community, Crisis, Dracula, Believe, Growing Up Fisher, Ironside, The Michael J. Fox Show, Revolution, Sean Saves the World, Welcome to the Family

CW

Renewed: The 100, America's Next Top Model, Arrow, Beauty and the Beast, Hart of Dixie, Supernatural, The Originals, Reign, The Vampire Diaries

Canceled/Series ended: The Carrie Diaries, Nikita, Star-Crossed, The Tomorrow People


New Shows for Fall 2014

Mourning the loss of one of your shows? Yeah, us too. We'll miss you, "Community." Here are a few shows that you could possibly latch onto next season.

ABC

Agent Carter: Last year we got "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."; this year, we get "Agent Carter." Premiering midseason, "Agent Carter" stars Hayley Atwell, who played Agent Peggy Carter in both Captain America films. The series, set in the 1940s, follows Carter as she balances her day job as an administrative assistant while secretly working for Howard Stark (yes, Iron Man's dad) — all while coping with the loss of her love, Steve Rogers.

Selfie: Starring Karen Gillan ("Doctor Who"), "Selfie" follows Eliza Dooley, a self-absorbed, social media maven who is followed by hundreds of thousands of fans — but has no actual, real-life friends. She enlists her friend Henry (John Cho) to help give her life a makeover.

CBS

The Odd Couple: Matthew Perry gives TV another go opposite Tom Lennon (of "Reno 911!" success). The reboot features two roommates who are opposite: the very neat and tidy Felix (Lennon) and the uber-messy Oscar (Perry).

Madam Secretary: This political drama is centered in Washington, D.C. and stars Tea Leoni.

Fox

Gotham: Superhero TV shows are officially A Thing. But Batman will fall to the background in this new series, which focuses on Commissioner James Gordon (played by Ben McKenzie) as he fights to keep Gotham City protected from evil villains.

Backstrom: Rainn Wilson stars in his first sitcom following his famed role as Dwight Shrute in "The Office." Wilson plays Detective Everett Backstrom, who must quell his self-destructive behaviors while trying to lead his crime unit in Portland.

NBC

Mr. Robinson: Starring "The Office" alum Craig Robinson, "Mr. Robinson" tells the story of a talented (but failed) musician who becomes a middle school music teacher — and has to deal with a new school, new kids, and new expectations.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: After a woman (played by Ellie Kemper, also of "The Office" fame) escapes a doomsday cult, she's got to figure out how to start life over again in NYC. Tina Fey is the executive producer.

CW

The Flash: The CW has found success with "Arrow" and hopes to replicate it with this DC Comic show about The Flash, a superhero known as the fastest man alive.

Supernatural: Bloodlines: Love "Supernatural"? This spin-off, directed by Robert Singer, explores hunters vs. monsters in Chicago, IL.


So... what do you think? Are you looking forward to any of the new shows? Angry that some shows are canceled? Even angrier at those that are renewed? Comment and let us know.

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