UPDATE: Fox has also canceled Lie to Me, The Chicago Code, and Traffic Light. It's being called #FOXapolipse on Twitter.
It's that time of year again, folks: upfronts. And that means good news, bad news time in TV land.
The bad news is that Fox has canceled Human Target after two seasons, as well as the new Christian Slater comedy Breaking In. But the good news is that Fox has also announced their pickups of three new series. So what kind of shows can you expect come this fall?
First on the list is the Bones spinoff The Finder (based off an episode of Bones that aired last month), starring Geoff Stults. Also added to the series order is the drama Alcatraz from J.J. Abrams (Lost, Fringe).
From the comedy department, we'll be getting The New Girl, an ensemble show exploring the sexual politics among men and women. Zooey Deschanel and Damon Wayans Jr. (who is still waiting on Happy Endings' fate) are set to star.
Reactions to the cancellations? Pumped for the new Fox orders? We're here to listen.