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Sky are meant to be showing the remainder of Lie To Me anytime now. Gutted that quality shows like that get dropped yet the likes of (and it's only my opinion) Beverly Hills, Greys and Desperate Housewives drag on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on...
"V" has been cancelled as well, so Thursday night's UK premieres of Season 2, episodes 9 and 10 will be the last ever.
"No Ordinary Family" has has its final two episodes removed, and so will end on a cliffhanger, that's never-to-be-resolved, with Season 1 episode 20, as both Julie Benz and Michael Chiklis have signed-on to new shows for the Autumn/Fall US TV line-up!
"Smallville" ends after 10 years, with a 2-hour finale called "Finale", as well.
There are questions marks about that as well due to contract issues between FOX and Universal and only Olivia and Hugh signed up for another season. FOX are playing a risky game with a fairly clean slate and no disrespect to Fringe but that ain't a big audience puller.
I enjoyed the show but it always felt more suited to something like USA or even Syfy, it's budget and overall style less mainstream and if the budget could have been squeezed a little (get rid of the boss and stay in the states) it could have worked for a cable/sat channel.