Which Canceled Broadcast Show Should Be Saved?

Networks continue to cut veteran hits ('Castle') and younger fan-favorites ('The Grinder') as the upfronts inch closer.
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Out with the old and in with the new.

The broadcast networks  including ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW  have been doing a large amount of spring cleaning as they head into their highly anticipated upfront presentations for advertisers next week in New York.

Gone are veteran dramas like Castle and Nashville  although Lionsgate is trying to save the latter  as well as younger fare like Marvel's Agent Carter and The Grinder that already had won over legions of fans in their short periods on the air. But while the networks are stocking their schedules with shiny new series — like a TV take on Lethal Weapon and Matt LeBlanc's highly anticipated network-TV return  devoted fans still are having a hard time letting go of those unresolved cliff-hangers and unfinished character arcs caused by the axings.

So now it's time for fans to make one final plea for their fallen shows. Vote in the poll below for which show most deserves to be saved from the clutches of the grim reaper.

Keep up with all the renewals, cancellations and new-series pickups with THR's handy scorecard, and follow the pilot crop status here. For full upfronts 2016 coverage, go to THR.com/upfronts.

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