May is a busy month for the major broadcasting networks. During this time of year, in preparation for their Upfronts, stations decide the fate of current television series. They look at what the most popular tv shows were, and decide what should be renewed or canceled. It’s an anxious time for everyone as actors await to hear if they have a secure job next season and viewers get to see if their favorite shows survived the cut.
As all this goes on, and we learn more and more about what will be seen on our television screens come this fall (did you hear about 24‘s return as a miniseries?) we want to look at all the new popular tv shows of 2013 and where they stand as of now.
So be sure to check out our list here, and for more images of the popular new TV shows from this past season, head back to Newscom.
As one of the most watched TV shows 2013 had to offer, it was an easy decision for CBS to renew the Elementary for a second season. And come fall, viewers can look forward to the show uprooting to London.
1600 Penn did not become a most watched TV series, in fact in only got about 3.9 million viewers during its Thursday night time slot. So despite it’s creation by the former Obama speechwriter, John Lovett, 1600 Penn was not picked up for a second season.
ABC has yet to announce if Splash will be making a return to television in the future, however the finale ratings made anything but a splash.
Animal Practice didn’t even make it through a full season. The less-than-popular TV series was pulled from the air after eight episodes.
The CW renewed their superhero show, Arrow, as it was one of their top TV series.
The comedy staring Dakota Johnson did not make not make it through its original 18 episode order when production of Ben and Kate was shut down in January.
Deception starring Meagan Good just did not make the cut as a new top TV show this past season as NBC just announced they’re dropping it.
Go On will not go on. The Matthew Perry sitcom got axed despite being one of NBC’s top-rated comedies. However, the network must have taken the slip in viewership as a sign of what was to come.
Despite being produced by Jimmy Fallon, Guys With Kids did not get picked up for a second season.
Creator Claudia Lonow tweeted “Thanks for coming folks. Don’t forget to tip your waitress” in reference to the cancellation of the short lived How To Live With Your Parents.
The Mob Doctor was canceled by FOX back in November but got to run its full 13-episode order.
Nashville has lived up to all the drama it promised. It was obvious for ABC to renew the hit television series staring Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere.
Revolution was renewed and moving to Wednesday nights where it will have to survive on its own.
After three episodes, the love reality show Ready For Love was pulled from the air, but can still be found online.
Although it has not had the success of Sex and the City, The Carrie Diaries was picked up for a second season by the CW.
With a huge fan following, it is no surprise that Mindy Kaling‘s The Mindy Project was picked up for a second season. With stars like Chris Messina on the show, and guest stars like Allison Williams on the first season, there are high expectations for this upcoming fall.
The comedy starring Broadway sensation Andrew Rannels, was axed by NBC. The New Normal had only shown modest ratings.
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