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Which canceled show will you miss the most? – Poll

Each network announced their show cancellations last week, now you can vote for the one that you will miss the most!

by Carla Day

TV on DVD – Rizzoli & Isles, Sherlock, and Teen Wolf

This week includes releases for ‘Rizzoli & Isles’, ‘Teen Wolf’, ‘Sherlock’, ‘My Babysitter’s A Vampire’, ‘The River’, ‘Survivor’, ‘Route 66′, ‘S.W.A.T.’, ‘Dean Martin’, ‘Dragon Ball Z Kai’, ‘Ghost Hunters International’, and ‘Adventures Of Zelda’.

by Brett Love

Curb the Cancellation poll 2012 – What show do you want to see back?

The end of the regular television season is almost here, which means it is also time to find out if your favorite show will return in the fall. Will your favorite make the cut? Pick your favorite borderline show in CliqueClack’s Curb the Cancellation Poll!

by Carla Day

Ratings Clack – Dancing With The Stars and Touch premiere, fall short of Walking Dead

ABC and FOX had big premieres for ‘Dancing With The Stars’ and ‘Touch’ last week, but both were overshadowed by the crazy numbers AMC brought in with the season finale of ‘The Walking Dead’.

by Brett Love

Ratings Clack – Community returns to season highs

There was good news for ‘Community’ fans last week, as the show hit season highs in the ratings. And there was bad news for ‘Luck’ fans, as the previously renewed second season was abruptly canceled. HBO giveth, and HBO taketh away.

by Brett Love

Ratings Clack – Iffy premieres for GCB and Breaking In

Premieres for ‘GCB’ and ‘Breaking In’ came in at somewhat less than ABC and FOX might have been hoping for, falling well short of a repeat ‘Big Bang’ on CBS. Over on cable, the premiere of “Breakout Kings’ did nothing to slow down the ‘Walking Dead’ juggernaut.

by Brett Love

Ratings Clack – Academy Awards and NASCAR shake things up

Our regularly scheduled programming was interrupted this week by the ‘Academy Awards’, the surprise prime-time appearance of the ‘Daytona 500′, and a triple shot of ‘Idol’. That brought a few unexpected drops to the numbers. On cable, ‘The Walking Dead’ continues to rule.

by Brett Love
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