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Karl Urban stars in “Almost Human,” which premiered this week.

Fall 2013 TV Scorecard: Freshmen series standings after 2 months

With the two-night premiere of Fox’s “Almost Human” Sunday and Monday, the rollout of the fall’s freshmen TV series is complete.

Many of the new broadcast TV series this fall have earned full-season orders, but a handful have been canceled.

Among series still awaiting their fates, “Betrayal,” “Dracula,” “Hostages” and “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland” were created as limited-run series, so any pickups would likely be for second seasons and might not be announced until the spring. In effect, only the newly premiered “Almost Human” is still awaiting word on its current season prospects.

Here are the standings for this fall’s freshmen as of Tuesday afternoon, according to information released by the networks.

Full seasons ordered

•“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” Fox

•“Dads,” Fox

•“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” ABC

•“Mom,” CBS

•“Reign,” The CW

•“Sean Saves the World,” NBC (Five additional episodes ordered, bringing the total order in under the traditional 22-episode full season.)

•“Sleepy Hollow,” Fox (The series will run its entire 13-episode first season and has been renewed for a second 13-episode season.)

•“Super Fun Night,” ABC (Four additional episodes ordered, bringing the total order in under the traditional 22-episode full season.)

•“The Blacklist,” NBC

•“The Crazy Ones,” CBS

•“The Goldbergs,” ABC

•“The Michael J. Fox Show,” NBC (The series had a full-season order included in its initial series commitment.)

•“The Millers,” CBS

•“The Originals,” The CW

•“The Tomorrow People,” The CW

•“Trophy Wife,” ABC

Canceled

•“Back in the Game,” ABC

•“Ironside,” NBC

•“Lucky 7,” ABC

•“We Are Men,” CBS

•“Welcome to the Family,” NBC

Fate undecided

•“Almost Human,” Fox

•“Betrayal,” ABC

•“Dracula,” NBC

•“Hostages,” CBS

•“Once Upon a Time in Wonderland,” ABC

– Journal Gazette

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