U.S. networks cancel shows

June 7, 2004 at 12:56 PM

LOS ANGELES, June 7 (UPI) -- "The Drew Carey Show" and Stephen King's "Kingdom Hospital" topped the list of failed shows when U.S. TV networks announced programming cancellations.

ABC, the fourth-ranked network, scrapped the largest number of shows from its schedule, with "The Practice" ending its run and Bonnie Hunt's "Life with Bonnie," "Karen Sisco" and "Married to the Kellys" among the shows ending this season, Zap2it.com reported Monday.

CBS, the top-rated network for the 2003-04 season, pulled "Becker," "The Brotherhood of Poland, N.H.," "Century City," "The Stones," "The Guardian" and others off the schedule.

Fox dropped "Boston Public" after three seasons, along with the new series "Wonderfalls," "Luis" and "Cracking Up."

NBC canceled Rob Lowe's "The Lyons Den" and "Coupling" from its schedule, along with "Miss Match," "Whoopi," "Happy Family," "Good Morning, Miami" and others.

"Angel" is over at WB, as is "The Jamie Kennedy Experiment," "Run of the House," "Like Family" and "All About the Andersons."

UPN canceled "The Parkers," "Rock Me, Baby," "Jake 2.0" and "The Mullets."

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