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'One Tree Hill' and 'Melrose Place' May Get Canceled

February 10, 2010 (3:01 am) GMT
These two shows are not in The CW's list of early renewal since both are unable to show good numbers.

The CW has begun separating which shows will be back for another season and which are not. "" and "" are unfortunately found among the uncertain pile since the execs are not exactly pleased with their ratings.

Spoiler TV is running a story that the network is ready to renew "", "", "", "", "" and "". The official announcement of the pick-up reportedly will be made next month.

In the meantime, "One Tree Hill" which has survived seven seasons is in jeopardy since some of the contracts are "messy". Even if it will come back for season 8, there will be some budget cuts and axed cast or crew. However, SoapNet would be its safety net should it get canceled.

"Melrose Place" has an even slimmer chance to come back. The remake show has been struggling with rating and although 's involvement raked in additional viewers, the network is not fully satisfied. It is most likely to get canceled but international interest is available. Decision will be made in May.

One show is in the middle of things. "" which gets a good acceptance upon its premiere this midseason will have to show a steady rating first before The CW can lay down the verdict. Nevertheless, Spoiler TV said the execs are leaning heavily toward a renewal for another midseason.


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