It's upfront season once again, and that can only mean one thing: cancellations! As the broadcast networks roll out the shiny new products they hope will dazzle viewers come fall, they bid farewell to the shiny old products that didn't do the trick last year. Among the casualties were ABC's "Women's Murder Club," "Cashmere Mafia" and its walking L.L. Bean catalog "October Road," while CBS let the water out of the "Shark" tank and beheaded the vampire drama "Moonlight." (See what I did there?)