At this writing it is December 2011, and none of the sci-fi TV shows that debuted in the fall have been canceled. Not even one!
Flabbergasted! That's what I am.
Not even one! What happened to you, Fox Network? You used to be so dependable. Now it's like we're strangers.
Entertainment Weekly had a news rundown of where things stand.
Grimm, Once Upon A Time, The Secret Circle, and the slightly sci-fi -ish and really good Person of Interest are all getting full first seasons, which means more than 13 episodes. Usually a full season is 22. In sci-fi TV terms, that is like four seasons.
A Gifted Man has an otherworldly connection, in that Nite-Owl from Watchmen is visited from beyond the grave by his ex-wife. The show's original title, according to me, was Oh God, My Dead Ex-Wife Is Talking To Me. CBS ordered more episodes, but not a full season. I have yet to see a single one. But I'll catch up soon after I finish seven seasons of Ghost Whisperer.
American Horror Story finishes its first season this month. It's been renewed for season two. It says so right here. What's in the crawl space? What's in the crawl space?
Terra Nova will finish this month airing the 13 episodes that have been filmed. Other than that, Fox has said nothin'.
There! That's the Fox I remember. I missed you guys.