CMT cancels 'Working Class'; 'LUX's' Kerr Smith to guest star on 'NCIS'

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Monday's (April 11) TV Snacks includes a goodbye to one show, but news for another show that could mean its probable return. Also, someone gets hired and another puts in their resignation. Enjoy!

CMT has canceled its first original scripted series, "Working Class," which stars Melissa Peterman and the legendary  Ed Asner. Apparently, the network announced on the show's Facebook page, stating "Unfortunately, CMT will not be pursuing a second season of 'Working Class.'" Reportedly, the show's producers are shopping the show to other networks, including TVLand. [ Deadline]

"Dawson's Creek" alum and "Life Unexpected" star Kerr Smith has been cast in this season's final two episodes of "NCIS." He'll play Lt. Jonas Cobb, whose special skills help identify the Port-to-Port killer. [ TV Guide]

After four seasons as "Wipeout's" host, Jill Wagner will soon abandon her post at the ABC show. She'll stay on for the summer episodes before leaving to pursue her acting career. [ TV Guide]

While NBC has yet to renew "Law & Order: SVU," sources say they're in the final stages of bringing on "Lights Out" EP Warren Leight as "SVU's" new showrunner for next season. [ TVLine]
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