The cast of the FBI drama "Without A Trace" was among the casualties when CBS announced its fall TV lineup during an "Upfront" week session in New York on May 19, 2009. The show, on CBS since 2002, stars Anthony LaPaglia, Poppy Montgomery, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Enrique Murciano, Roselyn Sanchez and Eric Close.
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CBS also cancelled "The Unit," which it has been airing since 2006. The show aabout a top-secret military unit stars Dennis Haysbert, Scott Foley, Robert Patrick, Regina Taylor, Max Martini, Michael Irby, Abby Brammell and Audrey Marie Anderson.
Rufuis Sewell, seen here as scientist Jacob Hood in the cancelled CBS drama "11th Hour," will be looking for a new gig, come fall, along with actress Marley Shelton, who plays his FBI handler Rachel Young.
NBC ousted comedian Howie Mandell and his game show "Deal or No Deal" from its schedule next year. The show, which debuted in 2005, was a success for the network, spawning hour-long themed specials and board game and video game tie-ins. Mandell, however, still appears in the TV show, "Howie Do It."
Another NBC casualty is the sitcom "My Name Is Earl," on the air since 2005. It stars Jason Lee and Jaime Pressly, seen here, as well as Ethan Suplee, Eddie Steeples and Nadine Velazquez.
Over at ABC, the amnesia-victim sitcom "Samantha Who?" was cancelled. Star Christina Applegate, was nominated for an Emmy and two Golden Globes for the show and Jean Smart, who plays her TV mother, won a Supporting Actress Emmy last year. The series won a People's Choice Award for Favorite New TV series when it debuted in 2008.
Also cancelled at ABC was the new sitcom "Cupid" about a modern-day version of the god of love. The comedy starred Bobby Cannavale in the title role and actress Sarah Paulson, both seen here at a premiere party.
There will be no season two for "The Unusuals," an ABC police dramedy that debuted in April. It stars Amber Tamblyn, seen here, as Detective Casey Shraeger. Also featured are actors Jeremy Renner, Harold Perrineau, Monique Gabriela Curnen, Josh Close, Kai Lennox, Terry Kinney and Adam Goldberg.
Fox cancelled the costly "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," a sci-fi series spun off from the popular film franchise. It stars Lena Headey, seen here, in the title role and Thomas Dekker, Summer Glau, Richard T. Jones, Brian Austin Green, Leven Rambin, Garret Dillahunt, and Shirley Manson.
Comedian Wayne Brady also needs work, now that Fox axed the singing game show he hosted. "Don't Forget The Lyrics" has been on the network since the summer of 2007.
Another Fox game--show host who got the ax is comedian Jeff Foxworthy of "Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?" On the air since February 2007, the show tests adult contestants with grade-school level trivia questions.
Patricia Arquette, star of "Medium" on NBC was headed for unemployment but got a reprieve. NBC, which has been airing the thriller about a crime-solving psychic since 2005, cancelled it this week. CBS announced the next day that it was picking the show up. Arquette won an Emmy for her first year in the role of seer Allison Dubois and was nominated again in 2007.