These Shows Are Most Likely to Be Canceled This Week

State of Affairs, Battle Creek and Resurrection are among the dead shows walking

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It's crunch time for the broadcast networks as they frantically prepare for their upfront presentations, which begin next Monday. As ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and The CW sift through this season's pilots and decide which ones to pick up (NBC kickstarted the process Friday, giving early series orders to three drama pilots: Chicago Fire/Chicago P.D. spinoff Chicago Med, Blindspot and Heartbreaker), they will also spent the next week deciding the fates of several current series still on the ratings bubble.

While final decisions will be dictated by which pilots are picked up, the time slots that need to be filled, and which bubble shows' studios might agree to reduce their license fees in order to secure a renewal, here's our best guess at which series won't make it to this fall:


The network hasn't technically renewed any of its series yet—not even its 18-49-demo heavy-hitters Modern Family, Scandal and How...



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