Fall might seem like the distant future, but it's not too early for networks to start deciding what shows to keep and which ones to toss for the 2014 TV fall lineup. Will we be saying goodbye to "Almost Human," "Two and a Half Men" and/or "Dancing with the Stars?"

Looking at ratings, Variety magazine's Rick Kissell analyzed the current shows and predicted what will stay and what might go:

Might Stay: "Crazy Ones," "Mom," "The Millers," "Two and a Half Men"
Might Go: "Hostages," "Intelligence"
Tough to Say: "The Mentalist"

Might Stay: "The Goldbergs," "Last Man Standing," "Revenge," "Nashville"
Might Go: "Super Fun Night," "Suburgatory," "The Neighbors"
Tough to Say: "Dancing with the Stars," "Trophy Wife"

Might Stay: "Parks and Recreation," "Community," "Chicago PD," "The Blacklist," "Chicago Fire," "Dracula"
Might Go: "The Michael J. Fox Show," "Sean Saves the World"
Tough to Say: "About a Boy," "Growing Up Fisher," "Parenthood," "Revolution"

Might Stay: "Almost Human"
Definitely Staying: "The Mindy Project," "The Following"
Might Go: "Rake"
Definitely Going: "Raising Hope"

Might Stay: "The Carrie Diaries"
Tough to Say: "The Tomorrow People," "Star-Crossed"
Might Go: "Beauty and the Beast," "Hart of Dixie"

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