So Help Me Todd and CSI: Vegas Canceled by CBS

CBS continues to whittle down the number of shows with outstanding fates. One day after renewing freshman Thursday drama Elsbeth, the Tiffany Network has canceled two series. Legal dramedy So Help Me Todd has been canceled after two seasons, while CSI reboot CSI: Vegas has been canceled after three seasons. Both series rated towards the bottom of CBS' scripted pack, with Todd and CSI squandering strong lead-ins - Ghosts and Tracker, respectively. Both series rated nearly the same as they did last season, with Todd down 4% and CSI: Vegas up 3%, marking some of the best year-to-year trends on broadcast. That was not enough to save either show, as CBS has a full slate heading into next season, having already ordered five new shows, including three new hour-long dramas. Marcia Gay Harden and Skylar Astin headed the cast of So Help Me Todd, while CSI: Vegas featured Paula Newsome and Matt Lauria in lead roles. The cancellation of So Help Me Todd is a correct prediction for The TV Ratings Guide, while CSI: Vegas is a miss. These decisions leave just two shows - The Equalizer and NCIS: Hawai'i - awaiting decisions.

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