"Alcatraz": 3.4 rating. Status: Not hopeful: Monday's finale was the lowest-rated episode for the season.
"Allen Gregory": DEAD
"American Dad": 2.8 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"American Idol": 6.7 Wednesdays, 6.2 rating Thursdays. Status: It's now a full-on team sport to bag on the aging music competition, but this franchise ain't going anywhere (yet). The bigger question is how much the judging panel will change next season.
"Bones": 3.0 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"Breaking In": DEAD
"Family Guy": 3.9 rating. Status: Absolutely.
"Fringe": 1.7 rating. Status: We've been hearing Fringe was doomed -- until this week. There's renewed hope for a 13-episode "final season" pickup thanks to the modest performance of Alcatraz.
"Glee": 3.8 rating. Status: Of course! We gotta see what happens next at McKinley High after some of its talented seniors graduate.
"Hell's Kitchen": 3.4 rating. Status: Sure, why not?
"House": 3.5 rating. Status: The doctor is out!
"Kitchen Nightmares": 1.7 rating. Status: Yawn. Isn't it time for this kitchen to close already? Especially if Gordon Ramsay's latest, "Hotel Hell," breaks out.
"Napoleon Dynamite": 2.8 rating. Status: Nah. We aren't feeling it.
"New Girl": 4.2 rating. Status: Oh course, the cutest gal on Fox is coming back for another season!
"Raising Hope": 2.6 rating. Status: Not the greatest performer but the auspices are awesome, especially if Fox wants to continue to try and build a four-sitcom comedy block on Tuesdays. We predict another season.
"The Cleveland Show": 2.0 rating. Status: Probably.
"The Finder": 2.8 rating. Status: Any optimism is unfounded.
"The Simpsons": 3.5 rating: Status: RENEWED
"The X-Factor": 4.4 rating. Status: RENEWED. (But who are the new hosts and remaining judges?)
"I Hate My Teenage Daughter": 2.2 rating. Status: Yanked with two episodes still in the can. Not officially canceled, but Fox never officially canceled Moment of Truth either.
"Terra Nova": 3.6 rating. Status: Canceled by Fox, cuerrently shopping for another home. We're not holding our breath, especially since stars like Jason O'Mara have already booked other shows.
"Touch": 3.3 rating. Status: Kiefer Sutherland returns in this drama from Heroes' creator Tim Kring. Solid ratings for last month's preview episode, and Fox just gave it a prime berth after Idol.
"Castle": 2.8 rating. Status: A 10 p.m. success on ABC? This crime drama favorite will return.
"Modern Family": 6.1 rating. Status: Grabs ratings AND all the awards.
"Body of Proof": 2.0 rating. Status: The show does well overseas so it's too soon to count this drama out.
"Charlie's Angels (ABC)": DEAD
"Cougar Town": 1.8 rating, 4.9 million. Status: Those awesome winos tried hard, but we don't expect the Alphabet bosses to show mercy after this season.
"Dancing with the Stars": 3.6 rating. Status: Even hitting a series low for its recent premiere, ABC can't live without its fringe.
"Desperate Housewives": 3.5 rating. Status: Buh bye, ladies! Stay fab.
"GCB": 2.4 rating. Status: This serialized drama about a group of shrewy women in Texas can't improve upon its low-rated older sister, "Desperate Housewives." We aren't feeling positive about a second season, but it's too early to say.
"Grey's Anatomy": 4.4 rating. Status: Certain contracts are up this season (here's looking at you, Meredith and McDreamy) but we have no doubt Seattle Grace will be open for another season.
"Happy Endings": 3.0 rating. Status: Young, hip, pulls a decent number. It'll earn another season.
"Last Man Standing": 2.8 rating. Status: Tough one. It's hard to let a star like Tim Allen go, but these ratings aren't exactly upstanding. Could be close.
"Man Up!": DEAD
"Missing": 2.1 rating. Status: Ashley Judd better find her son quick.
"Once Upon a Time": 4.2 rating. Status: Since its the highest-rated new drama of the season, we expect ABC to say yes to more fantasy.
"Pan Am": 2.3 rating, 6.9 million. Status: Not technically cancelled but don't expect Pan Am to make a return trip.
"Private Practice": 3.3 rating. Status: On the bubble for the first time, but our gut says it will stick around.
"Revenge": 3.0 rating. Status: Strange that ABC hasn't already rewarded this critical fave with a renewal. It would have hell to pay if it didn't bring the Graysons back for more beachside fun.
"Suburgatory": 2.8 rating. Status: Has been a pretty stable performer. Yes?
"The Bachelor": 2.9 rating. Status: Nothing official, but its all but a fait accompli.
"The Middle": 2.8 rating. Status: A self-starter. ABC will give the family another go.
"The River": 2.3 rating. Status: Sure didn't attract "Paranormal Activity"-like audiences (The supernatural thriller is from the maker of the colossally successful movie trilogy). Dead in the water.
"Work It": DEAD
"30 Rock": 2.2 rating. Status: We're hearing a seventh and final season is likely for the critical darling.
"Are You There, Chelsea?": 1.9 rating. Status: We suspect nobody at NBC is drunk enough to renew this show.
"Awake": 2.1 rating. Status: Stronger than "The Firm" and "Prime Suspect," but that's not saying much. Jury's still out.
"Bent": .9 rating. Status: Four episodes have aired, two are left. We suspect those will be its last.
"Chuck": 1.3 rating. Status: So long!
"Community": 1.9 rating. Status: Critics and die-hard fans love it, but delivers a cable-sized audience. We expect a renewal anyway.
"Grimm": 2.2 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"Fashion Star": 1.6 rating. Status: Feels like a Bravo-sized show like "Project Runway."
"Fear Factor": 2.8 rating. Status: What, you don't want to see if someone may still drink donkey semen on national TV?
"Free Agents": 1.5, 3.8 million
"Harry's Law": 1.4 rating. Status: We don't see how NBC can afford to bring this back, and it wouldn't fit with "Grimm" on Fridays.
"Law & Order: SVU": 2.3 rating. Status: A modestly solid crime drama that NBC can't afford to lose right now.
"Parenthood": 2.6 rating. Status: The congenial underdog. Feels likely to return, but really depends on how many new dramas NBC orders.
"Parks & Recreation": 2.2 rating. Status: Such a phenomenally funny show. It deserves another season and will probably get it.
"Playboy Club": 1.5, 4.9 million.
"Prime Suspect": 1.7, 6.1 million
"The Apprentice": 2.4 rating. Status: Celebrity versions do fine; we think another one will come down the pipeline.
"The Firm": 1.2 rating. Status: Never should have been made into a series.
"The Biggest Loser": 2.5 rating. Status: Feels tired, but it's a solid player and relatively cheap to keep in the hopper.
"The Office": 3.5 rating. Status: It's NBC's highest-rated scripted show. So, yes -- even with actors exiting and the showrunner stepping down.
"Rock Center With Brian Williams": 1.1 rating, 4.5 million. Status: Stick with your day job, Brian.
"The Sing-Off": 1.8 rating. Status: Better suited for summer. Seems unlikely it will show up next fall.
"Smash": 3.4 rating. Status: RENEWED
"The Voice": 7.4 rating. Status: Though nothing is official, negotiations are well underway over a third season and deciding which judges will make a triumphant return.
"Up All Night": 2.4 rating. Status: Of all of the new NBC comedies, we think this one is most likely to return next season.
"Whitney": 2.2 rating. Status: Nosedived after being moved to Wednesdays. Girl, you're done.
"Secret Circle": 1.0 rating. Status: It fits nice with The Vampire Diaries ... aside from losing a big bite of it's audience. Probably returning, though might move to Friday.
"Gossip Girl": .8 rating. Status: Not doing well, but this show is CW royalty. We predict a final season order.
"90210": .9 rating. Status: Seems like a sure thing.
"One Tree Hill": .9 rating. Status: Say goodbye to the kids!
"Ringer": 0.8 rating, 1.8 million. Status: Not twinning. Sarah Michelle Gellar's drama will likely get slayed.
"Supernatural": .9 rating. Status: We think fans will be pleased.
"The Vampire Diaries": 1.3 rating. Status: CW's buzziest show and highest-rated series? Hell yes.
"Hart of Dixie": 0.8 rating, 1.9 million. Status: Feels more on-brand, and more likely to survive, than "Ringer."
"America's Top Model": Status: RENEWED.
"Nikita": 0.6 rating. Status: James say no, Lynette is thinking yes.
"A Gifted Man": 1.4 rating. Status: So long, Patrick Wilson: We only hope there's time for you to book another show for fall.
"CSI: NY": 2.0 rating, and CSI: Miami: 2.5 rating. Status: We predict Gary Sinise and company says goodbye this spring, followed by David Caruso next year. CSI the mother ship was just renewed for another season, thanks to a great performance by newbie Elisabeth Shue.
"Criminal Minds": 3.9 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"Hawaii 5-0": 3.5 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"How I Met Your Mother": 4.4 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"How to be a Gentleman": DEAD.
"Mike & Molly": 4.0 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"NCIS": 4.2 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"NCIS: LA": 3.7 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"Person of Interest": 3.3 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"Rob": 3.7 rating: Status: Did pretty well, but CBS expects big numbers from a show with a "Big Bang" lead-in. Might go down to the wire.
"Rules of Engagement": 3.4 rating. Status: Still in flux. CBS likes this show to patch a hole when new comedies drop out.
"Survivor": 3.4 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"The Amazing Race": 3.3 rating. Status: RENEWED
"The Big Bang Theory": 5.7 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"The Good Wife": 2.5 rating. Status: RENEWED. Yey!
"The Mentalist": 3.2 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"2 Broke Girls": 4.7 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"Two and A Half Men": 5.6 rating. Status: The future of the aging comedy is uncertain, because CBS doesn't have a new deal with Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer. So we still don't know for sure whether Kutcher will return. (But he'd be a fool not to, right?)
"Undercover Boss": 2.7 rating. Status: RENEWED.
"Unforgettable": 2.6 rating. Status: The Poppy Montgomery drama performs fairly well without anybody saying a word about it, which makes us think it's got a decent shot.