News Nuggets: TV networks announce their full lists of cancellations

The complete list of broadcast cancellations is finally unveiled. Among the recent casualties for ABC are “Mixology,” “The Neighbors,” “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland,” “Suburgatory,” “Super Fun Night,” and “Trophy Wife.” CBS is cancelling “Bad Teacher,” “The Crazy Ones,” “Friends with Better Lives,” “Hostages,” and “Intelligence.” Fox is through with “Almost Human,” “Dads,” “Enlisted,” “Raising Hope,” “Rake,” and “Surviving Jack.” NBC cancels “Believe,” “Community,” “Crisis,” “Dracula,” “Growing Up Fisher,” “The Michael J. Fox Show,” and “Revolution.” New shows and full schedules will be announced all this week at the New York upfronts for advertisers. Deadline.

NBC is the first network to reveal its fall schedule for the New York upfronts. Despite a long tradition of Thursday comedies, the hot James Spader drama “The Blacklist” will anchor that night starting early 2015. It will be replaced on Mondays by the new Katherine Heigl drama “State of Affairs.” The new Debra Messing detective show “The Mysteries of Laura” leads off Wednesdays. After long negotiatons, “Parenthood” will return on Thursdays for one final season. The Wrap.

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Seth Rogen and Zac Efron fight back against “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” Their new film “Neighbors” is in the top spot at the U.S. box office this weekend with $51 million. Andrew Garfield‘s super hero film falls to second with $37.2 million (cume of $147.9 million after two weeks). Cameron Diaz and “The Other Woman” move to third place with $9.25 million. Thompson on Hollywood.

Larry Wilmore is replacing Stephen Colbert in the Comedy Central time slot following “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.” Wilmore has been a long-time correspondent on Stewart’s show and will host “The Minority Report” starting in January. He is an Emmy-winning writer of “The Bernie Mac Show” and has received a Peabody Award and Humanitas Prize. Variety.

Who are the top five great mothers in film history? Jane Darwell (“The Graps of Wrath”) is queen of all, followed by Joan Crawford (“Mildred Pierce”), Claudia McNeil (“A Raisin in the Sun”), Susan Sarandon (“Lorenzo’s Oil”), and Sally Field (“Lincoln”). And the most “malevolent” moms are Angela Lansbury (“The Manchurian Candidate”), Faye Dunaway (“Mommie Dearest”), Anjelica Huston (“The Grifters”), Mo’Nique (“Precious”), and Laura Hope Crews (“The Silver Cord”). Time.

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And what about the favorite TV moms? A new photo gallery salutes such women as Roseanne Barr (“Roseanne”), Connie Britton (“Friday Night Lights”), Estelle Getty (“The Golden Girls”), Florence Henderson (“The Brady Bunch”), Lauren Graham (“Gilmore Girls”), Phylicia Rashad (“The Cosby Show”), Marion Ross (“Happy Days”), Katey Sagal (“Married with Children”), Jessica Walter (“Arrested Development”), and more. Entertainment Weekly.

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Winners are announced for the American Comedy Awards on NBC Thursday. Film trophies went to “This is the End,” Will Ferrell (“Anchorman 2”), and Melissa McCarthy (“The Heat”). Top TV prizes were awarded to “Parks and Recreation” and Amy Poehler, and Bill Hader and Kate McKinnon (“Saturday Night Live“). Chris Rock presented Bill Cosby with the Johnny Carson Award for life achievement. Comic’s Comic.

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