As the major broadcast networks introduce their much-anticipated schedules for Fall 2012, we say goodbye to a few of our favorite shows, and breathe a sigh of relief for the ones that are renewed for another season.
So, which shows got the axe?

Fox said goodbye to "House" after eight seasons, as well as "Alcatraz," "Allen Gregory," "Breaking In," "The Finder," "Terra Nova," "Napoleon Dynamite" and "I Hate My Teenage Daughter." We can't say any of these come as much of a surprise. In a timeslot shakeup, "Glee" will be moved to the Thursday night time slot at 9 p.m. after the "X Factor" results show.

NBC cancelled 10 shows for the upcoming season: "Are You There, Chelsea?," "Awake," "Best Friends Forever," "Bent," "Chuck," "The Firm," "Free Agents," "Harry's Law," "The Playboy Club" and "Prime Suspect." Struggling shows "Community" and "30 Rock" were both renewed for the fall. NBC announced over the weekend that "30 Rock's" next season will be its last.

ABC will be missing two notable shows next fall: "Desperate Housewives" and "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition." Both shows had extremely successful runs on the network, but the time finally came to end them both. Other shows that will not be returning to ABC include "Charlie's Angels," "GCB," "Man Up!," "Missing," "Pan Am," "The River" and "Work It."

After 10 seasons, CBS announced the cancellation of "CSI:Miami," which will be the first of the CSI franchise to be taken off of the air. CBS also ended "A Gifted Man," "NYC 22," "Rob" and "Unforgettable."
The CW finally ended "One Tree Hill" after nine seasons, and also got rid of Sarah Michelle Gellar's "The Ringer," "H8R," "Remodeled" and "The Secret Circle."

Did your favorite show survive another season? Most of ours did, and we are excited for the plethora of new shows that are set to hit the air this fall, including CW's "The Carrie Dairies" and NBC's "Chicago Fire."