ABC Continues to Cancel Shows

It seems that the executives at ABC love to cancel its shows and fires it stars. It has been reported today that 7 more of their shows have been cancelled:

· “Brothers and Sisters”

· “V”

· “No Ordinary Family”

· “Off The Map”

· “Better With You”

· “Detroit 1-8-7”

· “Mr. Sunshine”

Yet, they did announced they will be renewing: “Happy Endings” and will bringing on some new shows according to this excerpt from BuddyTV.com

Apartment 23 : Formerly called Don’t Trust the Bitch in Apartment 23 , the comedy centers on a Midwest girl who moves to New York and encounters a terrible woman played by Breaking Bad ‘s Krysten Ritter. The show also features James van der Beek playing himself.

Last Man Standing : A sitcom starring Tim Allen about a man’s man trying to stay manly in a world dominated by women.

Man Up : Three best friends try to survive as modern men.

Good Christian Belles : Formerly called Good Christian Bitches , is from Sex and the City ‘s Darren Star and centers on a former mean girl coming back to her hometown of Dallas after a failed marriage to reconnect with people she used to torment. It starts Leslie Bibb and Kristin Chenowith.

Charlie’s Angels : A reboot of the classic ’70s show starring Minka Kelly, Rachael Taylor and Annie Ilonzeh.

Once Upon a Time : A drama about a woman (House and How I Met Your Mother ‘s Jennifer Morrison) who moves to a town where fairy tales are real. Big Love ‘s Ginnifer Goodwin plays Snow White.

Pan Am : A period drama set in the 1960s about stewardesses starring Christina Ricci.

Revenge : A woman with a secret spends a summer in the Hamptons, starring Brothers and Sisters star Emily vanCamp and Gossip Girl ‘s Connor Paolo.

Scandal : From Shonda Rhimes, this drama centers in a crisis management consultant (Kerry Washington). It also stars Lost ‘s Henry Ian Cusick and Gilmore Girls star Liza Weil.

The River : A famous adventurer goes missing in the Amazon and his family tries to find him, starring Bruce Greenwood and Leslie Hope.

The question many are now asking is how can they afford to air so many new shows after cancelling two of their high rated daytime television shows: “All My Children” and “One Life To Live?” The article on BuddyTv stated that there was madness going on at ABC as they began announcing these latest cancellations. This writer agrees with that statement.

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Sources:

buddytv.com