Which shows won't make it back?
SHOW: "Betrayal" (ABC)
IN ITS FAVOR: Well, ABC let all 13 episodes air in its scheduled time period. That's remarkable.
AGAINST IT: One of the year's worst new shows and one of the fall's lowest-rated new shows, "Betrayal" was probably spared by ABC's need to cancel "Lucky 7" as swiftly as it did. If ABC hadn't sensed the danger of having too many potential holes to fill, "Betrayal" probably could have been pulled by October. Instead, having already announced a "Resurrection" premiere date, ABC stayed the course, which perhaps paid dividends for "Resurrection," but accomplished little for this tawdry perfume commercial.
OUR TOTALLY UNINFORMED GUESS: Dead, dead, dead.
FINAL VERDICT: Dead, duh.