It's the end of the networks' regular season and a lot of shows will not be on your TV next fall. All of the networks have made some massive cuts, so did your new favorite show survive?

Rebel Wilson
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Over on ABC some of the big cuts have been made. Like practically starting from scratch kind of cuts. Almost all of their new sitcoms, Super Fun Night with Rebel Wilson, Mixology, Trophy Wife, The Neighbors, Suburgatory and Back in the Game all got the boot. So I guess comedies aren't their strong suit right now.

Dramas didn't fair any better, The Assets, Lucky 7, Betrayal, Killer Women and Mind Games have all been dropped too. Even ABC's hit Once Upon A Time couldn't sustain a spinoff, OUAT in Wonderland will not be coming back.

The CW made its own changes taking The Carrie Diaries, The Tomorrow People and Star-Crossed off the air.

Cast of Carrie Diaries
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NBC let go some shows that have been limping along anyway, finally bidding farewell to Community and Revolution. The also snipped The Michael J Fox Show, Sean Saves The World, Ironside, Believe (kinda bummed about that one), Crisis, Welcome to the Family, Growing Up Fisher and Camp.

But it is Fox that really got the knives out and did some slashing.

They have dropped newbies, Enlisted, Surviving Jack (definitely bummed about that one), Rake, Dads, Almost Human and The X Factor. They even cut a show called Us and Them before it even aired! Yikes!

The X Factor
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CBS seemed to have the least amount of change to make. They say they'll only be getting rid of sitcoms We Are Men, Friends With Better Lives, The Crazy Ones and Bad Teacher plus Intelligence and the "limited" series Hostages.

So look for plenty of new shows to be coming to your TV this fall, cause almost everybody seems to have made some major room.

Are you sad to see any of these TV shows going?

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