Top 10 Cancelled TV shows 2012-2013

By Kristin Ambrosino,

Mad that your favorite shows got cancelled mid-season? Want to know about other shows that have been cancelled also? Here's the top 10 cancelled television shows of 2012-2013 and a little reason as to why they decided to take it off air.

10. Made In Jersey - The series started off with poor ratings and it only got worse with episode 2. This marks one of the first dramas to be cancelled by CBS before finishing its episodes.

9. Animal Practice - NBC made their first comedy cancellation of the TV season with this new series. It did very well with a special preview after the summer Olympics, but has dropped in its regular timeslot this fall. Looks like even monkeys can get fired!

8. Private Practice - A spin-off of the medical drama Grey's Anatomy centering on the life of neonatal surgeon Addison Montgomery. Shonda Rhimes announced her ABC series would be ending after its current sixth season. The ratings have been dropping over time and Kate Walsh announced she was leaving so there won’t be a seventh season.

7. 666 Park Avenue - ABC cancelled this horror drama due to low ratings, and it never improved enough to be a “hit.”

6. Last Resort - ABC cancelled another drama due to very poor ratings. It was alright with the ratings, but it got worse as the season progressed.

5. Partners - CBS cancelled their only new comedy for the fall after 6 episodes. The series had less than appropriate ratings for CBS’ standards and continued to drop as time went on. The slot is now home to Rules of Engagement.

4. Emily Owens, M.D. - The CW cancelled the doctor drama after just 6 episodes. The series never did great in the ratings.

3. The Mob Doctor - FOX isn't ordering any more episodes of this show due to it's weak and declining ratings.

2. Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment B - ABC pulled this comedy after it received very low ratings. ABC tried to move it to a new night this fall, but it had even lower ratings after doing so. ABC continuously aired these episodes out of order which confused many viewers as well.

1. Ben and Kate - FOX pulled this sitcom from their schedule after it consistently had low ratings. Raising Hope has filled in with back-to-back episodes in the 8-9pm slot.



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