These 8 new fall TV shows are probably going to get canceled

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It's that time of year. Not the holiday season, although that's coming up.

Right now, it's the time of year when we learn which freshman TV shows will survive, and which are destined to die.

This year the pickings were weak, which means only a few will survive. So we rounded up the shows with the highest risk of getting canceled. And you might be watching some of them.

If you're in love with one of the shows on this list, tune in while it's live on the air. Maybe you'll be the one to save it from cancellation!

Here the new fall TV shows that will probably get canceled:

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1. "Me, Myself & I" — CBS

1. "Me, Myself & I" — CBS

CBS recently pulled the comedy starring "SNL" alum Bobby Moynihan from the schedule, and it will return at an unspecified later date. It won't be surprising if "Me, Myself & I" is the first new show of the fall TV season to go.

2. “Wisdom of the Crowd” — CBS

2. “Wisdom of the Crowd” — CBS

The CBS drama had a decent opening, but numbers have dropped. And the growing number sexual harassment accusations against star Jeremy Piven could be a huge factor in the show's potential demise.

3. "Marvel's Inhumans" — ABC

3. "Marvel's Inhumans" — ABC

"Inhumans" was always intended to be a miniseries, but it's pretty obvious that ABC wanted to expand this universe further. But the show is one of the lowest rated new shows of the season, and the brutal reception from critics and audiences won't save it.

4. "Valor" — The CW

4. "Valor"  — The CW

With low ratings and little positive reception from critics and audiences, it's highly unlikely for this military drama on The CW to survive beyond season one.

5. “9JKL” — CBS

5. “9JKL” — CBS

Although the comedy "9JKL" has picked up some solid ratings with "The Big Bang Theory" as its lead-in, it's one show audiences and critics can agree on, and they agree that it is bad.

6. "Kevin (Probably) Saves the World" — ABC

6. "Kevin (Probably) Saves the World" — ABC

"Kevin (Probably) Saves the World" didn't have good ratings from the start, and they have dropped since the premiere. Kevin (probably) won't be saving the world much longer.

7. “Ten Days in the Valley” — ABC

7. “Ten Days in the Valley” — ABC

As a limited series, ABC probably wasn't planning on ordering a second season for this series anyway, but it's one of the lowest rated new shows, and struggled so much in its Sunday night time slot that it was moved to Saturday nights (aka TV wasteland). Not even the amazing Kyra Sedgwick can save this show from getting the ax, which is sad because she's very good in it.

8. "The Mayor" — ABC

8. "The Mayor" — ABC

Unfortunately, "The Mayor" debuted with mediocre ratings, which have gotten even worse since. A season two order is a long shot, but we're rooting for it, since it's an absolute delight, and one of the best new shows of the season.

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