Networks contemplate fall 2007 TV line up

Katherine Roth

The resident TV insider for E! Entertainment and E! Online, Kristin Veitch, has let viewers know that it is that time of year again – when our favorite television shows may not make it back for another season. And this year, some of the best series on television may be cut.

Renewed (or as good as): “Heroes,” “Las Vegas,” “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit,” “My Name is Earl,” “The Office,” “ER,” “Friday Night Lights,” “Scrubs,” “30 Rock,” “CSI: New York,” “CSI: Miami,” “CSI: Las Vegas,” “Two and a Half Men,” “Without a Trace,” “Criminal Minds,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “NCIS,” “The Unit,” “Shark,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Brothes & Sisters,” “Lost,” “Ugly Betty,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Boston Legal,” “House,” “24,” “Bones” and “Everybody Hates Chris”

Looking good: “Rules of Engagement,” “Supernatural,” “One Tree Hill” and “Smallville”

Endangered: “Crossing Jordan,” “Medium,” “Law and Order: Criminal Intent,” “Law and Order,” “Jericho,” “The New Adventures of Old Christine,” “According to Jim,” “George Lopez,” “Men in Trees,” “What About Brian,” “Six Degrees,” “Prison Break,” “The War at Home,” “Standoff,” “7th Heaven” and any of the CW’s sitcoms could be dropped, especially “All of Us” and “The Game”

Doubtful: “The Class,” “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip,” “Close to Home,” “The Nine,” “Veronica Mars,” “In Case of Emergency,” “Big Day,” “Help Me Help You” and “Gilmore Girls”

Jury’s still out: “Andy Barker, P.I.”; “Raines,” “October Road”; and “Wedding Bells”

Dead on Arrival: “The Black Donnellys,” “The Knights of Prosperity” and “The Winner”

Ending: “King of Queens”