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In February, The CW gave early renewals for their best-performing shows. Arrow, Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries, The Originals and Reign all received another season. With upfronts just around the corner, the network is cleaning house. Find out which shows were canceled and were saved from the chopping block below.

But first, let’s briefly cover the four new shows the CW picked up. iZombie, Jane The Virgin, The Messengers and The Flash all received series orders. The latter isn’t surprising given all the hype and plot tie-ins to Arrow. Another potential spinoff, however, was nixed. Bloodlines which aired a backdoor pilot on a recent episode of Supernatural wasn’t picked up. More info about these shows will be released when The CW makes its formal presentation next week at the upfronts.

Without further ado, find out the statuses of your favorite CW shows below.

find out which shows were canceled after the jump


Flip It Forward starring twin brothers David and Jason Benham was scheduled to premiere in October on HGTV. The show would’ve followed families creating their dream homes from fixer-uppers.

Amid anti-gay comments made David back in 2012 in North Carolina, the network has decided not to move forward on a pilot. The network made the announcement on their Facebook. Not surprisingly, many are applauding their decision.

“HGTV has decided not to move forward with the Benham Brothers’ series.” – HGTV

The Benham twins are sons of controversial evangelical minister Flip Benham. Their father has a history of preaching against homosexuality, abortion, and divorce. Here’s what David said at a rally for a constitutional amendment that would define marriage only between a man and a woman:

“We have no-fault divorce; we have pornography and perversion; we have homosexuality and its agenda that is attacking the nation; we have adultery … while the church sits silent and just builds big churches.” – David Benham

read the twins’ response after the jump

FOX Cancels Four Shows

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With upfronts just around the corner, the broadcast networks are using this week to do a little Spring cleaning before the unveiling of their Fall schedules.

Over at FOX it wasn’t a good day if you were a comedy. The network officially gave walking papers to four sitcoms. Rake which marked Greg Kinnear’s first regular TV role was among the bunch. Find out the other three shows below.

find out the other three shows after the jump

Zac Efron Gets His Drag Queen On

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Without a doubt, Zac Efron is one hot dude. As a chick… not so much. The 26-year-old actor along with his Neighbors co-star Seth Rogen dressed in drag for a sketch on The Tonight Show.

The duo participated with Jimmy Fallon for his recurring bit “Ew,” where he acts as a tween girl and is joined by his besties to discuss what is cool and what is not. Zac and Rogen channeled their female alter egos Allison and Britney respectively.

Check out Efron wearing a short floral dress paired with green tights and accessorized with a flower headband. Girlfriend needs some styling tips.

watch the clip after the jump

HBO Officially Confirms Lisa Kudrow’s Comeback

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After weeks of rumors, HBO finally confirmed one of Hollywood’s worst kept secrets. Almost ten years after it aired its inaugural season, The Comeback is returning for a second lap. The much-loved series starring Lisa Kudrow generated low ratings but gathered an avid cult following. It even scored three Primetime Emmy Award nominations including Outstanding Lead Actress for Kudrow.

“It was almost too fun play Valerie Cherish the first time around,” Kudrow added in the announcement. “I look forward to revisiting this resilient and ironically self-unaware character.”

The series will pick back up with Cherish, who thinks she has things all figured out this time. The six-episode Season 2 will air later this Fall on the network. Kudrow and Sex and The City creator Michael Patrick King will serve as the show’s executive producer, along with Scandal star Dan Bucatinsky. The latter also appeared onscreen during the first season along with future Twilight star, Kellan Lutz.

Are you glad HBO resurrected the series? If you could, what other show from the TV graveyard would you revive? Sound off below.

check out the full press release after the jump


Without a doubt, Gotham is one of the most highly-anticipated new offerings for next season. Ahead of its official upfronts presentation, FOX picked up the Batman prequel series on Monday for a minimum 13 episodes. The network gave a first look at the drama during last night’s 24: Live Another Day premiere.

The show will include untold tales of DC Comics villains including Catwoman, Penguin and the Riddler, along with introducing a new character, Fish Mooney, played by Jada Pinkett Smith. Gotham will also tell the origins of the infamous city through the eyes of a young James Gordon, played by Ben McKenzie, before he eventually becomes the police commissioner.

Based on the extended trailer, FOX looks like it has a hit on their hands. As Entertainment Weekly calls it, it’s ‘gritty, grounded yet still decidedly comic-book based.’ The series kicks off with the murder of Bruce Wayne’s parents. Check out the riveting clip below.

watch the trailer after the jump


So, can we just crown Bianca Del Rio already? Honestly, this whole season has been leading up to her getting that crown and that cheque- it’s not even funny. Even when you think she’s going to mess up (like today) she pulls it out and dominates the challenge!

The final contest for everyone today was RuPaul’s music video. They had to learn Sissy choreography, do a couple of improv acting bits and even a treadmill catwalk. Bianca, Courtney, Adore and Darienne all worked it out hard for the final challenge and each had their strengths, but it truly is Bianca Del Rio that has risen to the top of the season.

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Following in Sandra Bullock’s Gravity footsteps, Halle Berry plays a female astronaut in the CBS drama Extant. While Bullock faced isolation, Berry finds herself not alone while in outer space. She plays Molly Woods who returns to earth after a year long mission. Upon returning, she finds out she’s pregnant but by who or should I say what?

As the government starts snooping around her life, her young son starts saying some very strange things. “I put the family in the spaceship so they’d be safe … from extinction” in reference to a drawing he made.

The series comes from Steven Spielberg and is scheduled to premiere on the eye network on Wednesday, July 9. Check out the first promo below.

watch the trailer after the jump

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