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ABC renews nine series

With the writers' strike on the verge of settlement, the TV networks are ready to start thinking about next season. ABC has apparently thought the hardest, announcing today that nine shows have been renewed for next season: Brothers & Sisters, Desperate Housewives, Dirty Sexy Money, Grey’s Anatomy, Lost, Private Practice, Pushing Daisies, Samantha Who? and Ugly Betty.

Conspicuously absent from the list: Cavemen, Carpoolers, Notes From The Underbelly, Cashmere Mafia, Women's Murder Club, and Men In Trees. A couple of those will probably be renewed, if for other reason than the strike has drastically curtailed the number of pilots that will be available from which networks can choose for their fall schedules. But they all face long odds.



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