'Believe,' 'Crisis' and 'Growing Up Fisher' canceled by NBC after one season each

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growing-up-fisher-believe-crisis-canceled.jpgIt's a black Friday for NBC bubble shows. Three first-year series -- dramas "Believe" and "Crisis" and comedy "Growing Up Fisher" -- are the latest to go.

The three shows join "Community" and "Revolution" on the cancellation pile at NBC. The two dramas have struggled on Sunday nights (and were recently pulled from the final Sunday of May sweeps), so the news of their demise isn't much of a surprise.

"Growing Up Fisher" was considered something of a tossup -- it performed OK on Tuesday nights paired with the renewed "About a Boy" (Live +7 ratings of 7.7 million viewers and 2.1 in 18-49), but it wasn't enough to stick around for another season.

With the latest cancellations, NBC has made decisions on just about all of its current scripted shows. As of this post, only "Parenthood" and "Dracula" are awaiting word on next season.

You can see an up-to-date list of what's renewed and what's canceled with Zap2it's pre-upfronts scorecard.
Photo/Video credit: NBC