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'Rules Of Engagement' Canceled: CBS Pulls Plug On David Spade Comedy

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RULES OF ENGAGEMENT CANCELED
CBS canceled "Rules of Engagement." | CBS

CBS has canceled "Rules of Engagement" after seven seasons.

The comedy starred David Spade, Patrick Warburton, Megyn Price and Oliver Hudson. "Rules of Engagement" seemed to always be on the bubble, but CBS kept it on hand to plug holes in its schedule when need be.

CBS also canceled "Vegas," "CSI: NY" and "Golden Boy," picking up two new dramas, starring Josh Holloway and Toni Collette and four new comedies for the 2013 season. "Criminal Minds" was renewed.

Season 7 premiered to 9.4 million viewers. The numbers have steadily fallen since the premiere, with recent episodes pulling in more than 6 million viewers. Great numbers on some networks, but not when compared to CBS's other shows.

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