'Medium' cut to 13 episodes; 'Ride-Along' is now 'The Chicago Code'
"Medium" could perhaps be headed to the TV afterlife. CBS has cut the veteran show's order this season from 22 to 13 episodes, which will help make room for the network's midseason series and may signal an end for the drama, which has dropped in the ratings this season. [ Variety]
The midseason FOX show formerly called "Ride-Along" has a new title: "The Chicago Code." Creator Shawn Ryan says he and FOX wanted the title to reflect that it takes place in Chicago -- and that talks about changing the name predated the confusion over the title of Ryan's FX show "Terriers." [ @ShawnRyanTV]
The November sweeps period starts Thursday (Oct. 28). Here's a guide to all the specials, guest stars and stunts. [ Fancast]
FOX and Cablevision still hadn't reached an agreement over retransmission fees as of this posting, so its subscribers in the New York area will likely miss Game 1 of the World Series Wednesday night. [ Deadline]
"Medium" may be contracting, but ABC's midseason show "Off the Map" is expanding. The network has picked up six more episodes of the Shonda Rhimes-produced medical drama, bringing its total to 13. [ TV Guide]
Behold, the multi-colored logo for OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network. [ The Live Feed]
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