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Has your favorite show been canceled?

May 12, 2013 at 9:30 AM ET

Gary Sinise on "CSI: NY," Dana Delany on "Body of Proof" and Matthew Perry on "Go On."
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Gary Sinise on "CSI: NY," Dana Delany on "Body of Proof" and Matthew Perry on "Go On."

It's been a tough few days for television shows as networks gave the axe to programs that have been underperforming. Some were newbies ("How to Live With Your Parents") while others were much more established ("CSI: NY"). Though many of the cuts came over the last few days, some came earlier in the 2012-2013 TV season, the shows never to return from hiatus.

Have your favorites been canceled? Check out our list, by network, to see if there's now more room on your DVR.

ABC:

  • "666 Park Avenue"
  • "Body of Proof"
  • "Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23"
  • "Family Tools"
  • "Happy Endings"
  • "Last Resort"
  • "Malibu Country"
  • "Red Widow"
  • "Zero Hour"

Discovery:

  • "American Guns"

CBS:

  • "CSI: NY"
  • "Golden Boy"
  • "Made in Jersey"
  • "Partners"
  • "Rules of Engagement"
  • "Vegas"

FOX:

  • "Ben & Kate"
  • "The Mob Doctor"
  • "Touch"

NBC:

  • "1600 Penn"
  • "Animal Practice"
  • "Deception"
  • "Do No Harm"
  • "Go On"
  • "Guys With Kids"
  • "The New Normal"
  • "Rock Center"
  • "Smash"
  • "Up All Night"
  • "Whitney"

Syfy:

  • "Alphas"

The CW:

  • "Cult"
  • "Emily Owens, MD"

TBS:

  • "The Wedding Band"
TNT:
  • "Monday Mornings"
  • "Southland"

USA:

  • "Common Law"
  • "Fairly Legal"
  • "Political Animals"

Which shows will you miss the most? Tell us in the comments.

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