While Fox may be delaying a decision on the fate of "House," "Terra Nova" and "Fringe," it has decided the fate of one of its new shows: The network had canceled Jonah Hill's animated series, "Allen Gregory."
Fox President of Entertainment, Kevin Reilly, confirmed the news that the Freshman animated series would not be returning for a second season at the 2012 Television Critics Association winter press tour in Los Angeles. The ratings for "Allen Gregory" had been falling for four weeks in a row, only managing to average a 1.5 in the 18-49 demo.
Meanwhile, Reilly confessed that he’s been "avoiding" a decision on the fate of Hugh Laurie's "House" because "it's hard to imagine the network without House… It's going to be a close call," reports TV Line.
And for "Fringe" fans, it may be time to say goodbye to the supernatural thriller. "We lose a lot of money on the show,” acknowledged Reilly, as reported by TV Line. "We're not in the business of losing money… [But] I'm not doing the soft cancel here. That’s another decision we will have to make."
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