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The CW cancels two series

With the writers' strike over, the networks can get back to their favorite spring pastime: canceling shows. The CW has pulled the plug on two of its shows -- the sitcom Girlfriends, which lasted eight seasons on The CW and its UPN predecessor, and the entertainment newscast CW Now, which debuted last fall and never had more than a tiny handful of viewers. Girlfriends may return for a single retrospective episode, but CW Now goes to an unmarked grave.


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