Ringers: The CW technically hasn't renewed anything yet, but there are a few shows that are basically no-brainers. Of course there's teen sex and death series The Vampire Diaries, as close to a flagship as the network has. And then there's teen sex and wealth series Gossip Girl and post-teen hex and death series Supernatural (which was originally looking like it would end, but now things have changed). Premature congratulations to them all. (So like teens to have premature congratulations.) Oh, and same to America's Next Top Model, because that immortal demon will never die.
9021 Uh Oh: The hater/celebrity confrontation show H8R is the only thing The CW has officially canceled this season so far, so it has that dubious honor. And of course One Tree Hill, aka The Great North Carolina Brother Swap, had ended its run after some twenty-nine seasons.
Not So Supernatural: While, again, everything on the network is technically in doubt right now, things especially in doubt are Sarah Michelle Gellar's sputtering comeback project Ringer, the increasingly dopey 90210, wobbly witch hour The Secret Circle, Maggie Q's actioner Nikita, and Rachel Bilson's mostly nonexistent Hart of Dixie. (That one's pretty much guaranteed dead.)
Happy Endings: The Alphabet, like The CW, hasn't officially renewed anything yet, but there are some things we know will go. They are: Modern Family, Dancing With the Stars, The Bachelor & The Bachelorette, Once Upon a Time, Grey's Anatomy, Castle, and Revenge. Those are all hits of different stripes and ABC likes 'em, so they're more than likely staying put.
Soon To Be Missing: ABC hasn't canceled much yet this season, but they have gotten rid of the execrable drag comedy Work It, plus the unintentional drag comedy Charlie's Angels. Both Desperate Housewives and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition were gently put down by the network, leaving big holes in Sunday night. Comedy Man Up was also given the boot, while Pan Am seems all but officially grounded.
The Middles: Lots of shows on the fence here. Dana Delaney's Body of Proof is probably in trouble, as are Cougar Town, Ashley Judd's Taken cover Missing, and the found footage chiller The River. Facing likely better prospects are the surprisingly charming Happy Endings and The Middle, while Suburgatory may have triumphed over its clunky title and earned a second season. Other likely pickups are the middle-of-the-road Last Man Standing and Private Practice. Who knows about the brand-new Shonda Rhimes series Scandal, we'll just have to wait and see on that one.
The Firm: Musical mournfest Smash has been renewed for a sing-songy season two, as has the fairy tale procedural Grimm. They're the only shows with official pickups, but we can also likely bet on The Voice, The Biggest Loser, The Office, Parks & Recreation, 30 Rock, and Celebrity Apprentice. They're not all huge hits, but they're all NBC's got.