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CABLE EDITION Renewal Scorecard: What's in? What's out? What's in limbo?

They say you can’t please everyone, but, dammit, I’m sure as hell going to try. No sooner had I posted my Renewal Scorecard than the complaints started rolling in. “Where’s cable?” “You forgot cable!” “Hey, moron — there’s this thing called cable!” After sorting through all of the feedback, I came to the conclusion that many of you are anxious to find out where your favorite cable shows stand. With that in mind, I present you with this 100 percent cable-centric Renewal Scorecard, compiled with blood, sweat, and tears love and care by EW.com intern Sandra Gonzalez. In other words, forward any/all complaints to her. Oh, and be sure to check back for updates!

ABC Family
Greek: Could go either way. Officially renewed for a fourth season.
Make It or Break It:
Already renewed for a second season.
The Secret Life of the American Teenager:
Already renewed for a third season.
10 Things I Hate About You:
Already renewed for a second season to debut March 29.

AMC
Breaking Bad: Renewed for a fourth season.
Mad Men:
Already renewed for a fourth season to debut later this year.

FX
Archer: A long shot. Officially renewed for a second season.
Damages:
Could go either way. A long shot.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia:
Already renewed through season 7.
Nip/Tuck:
Already canceled. Series finale aired March 3.
The League:
Already renewed.
Rescue Me:
Already renewed for a sixth and seventh season. It returns this summer.
Sons of Anarchy:
Already renewed for a third season to debut in September.

HBO
Big Love: Already renewed for a fifth season to debut in early 2011.
Bored to Death:
Already renewed for a second season.
Curb Your Enthusiasm:
Could go either way. Officially renewed.
Eastbound & Down: Already renewed for a second season to debut this year.
Entourage:
Already renewed for a seventh season.
How to Make It in America:
Officially renewed.
Hung:
Already renewed for a second season.
In Treatment:
Already renewed for a third season.
The Life & Times of Tim:
The second season begins Friday.
The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency:
Could go either way.
True Blood:
Already renewed for a third season to debut in June.

Lifetime
Army Wives: Already renewed for a fourth season to begin April 11
Drop Dead Diva:
Already renewed for a second season.
Sherri:
Could go either way.

Showtime
Californication: Already renewed for a fourth season to debut this year.
Dexter:
Already renewed for a fifth season to debut next fall.
Nurse Jackie:
Renewed for a third season.
Secret Diary of a Call Girl:
A safe bet. Currently airing season 3.
The Tudors:
Already renewed. Fourth and final season to debut April 11
United States of Tara:
Renewed for a third season.
Weeds:
Already renewed for a sixth season.

Starz!
Crash: Does anyone really care? Okay, it’s a long shot.
Party Down:
Already renewed for a second season to begin April 23.
Spartacus: Blood and Sand:
Already renewed for a second season.

Syfy
Caprica: Could go either way.
Eureka:
Already renewed for a fourth season.
Sanctuary:
Already renewed for a third season.
Stargate Universe:
Already renewed for a second season.
Warehouse 13:
Already renewed for a second season.

TBS
My Boys: Already renewed for a fourth season.

TNT
The Closer: Already renewed for a sixth season.
Dark Blue:
Already renewed for a second season.
HawthoRNe:
Already renewed for a second season.
Leverage:
Already renewed for a third season.
Men of a Certain Age:
Already renewed for a second season.
Saving Grace:
Already renewed for a fourth and final season to debut March 29.
Southland:
Could go either way. Officially renewed for season 3.

USA
Burn Notice: Already renewed for a fourth, fifth, and sixth season.
In Plain Sight:
Already renewed for a third season.
Law and Order: Criminal Intent:
Already renewed for a ninth season to debut March 30.
Psych:
Already renewed for a fifth season.
Royal Pains:
Already renewed for a second season to debut later this year.
White Collar:
Already renewed for a second season.

PHOTO CREDIT: McKenzie: Mitchell Haaseth; Daivd: Doug Hyun/HBO; Grammer: Karen Neal/ABC Family; Close: Timothy White/FX

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