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It's an annual spring traditional on par with baseball's opening day and the first burger off the grill. Every year around May, sci-fi fans brace themselves for a cancellation kill-fest that sees the genre's few mainstream TV offerings dwindle further. 2014 featured NBC cutting ties with Revolution and JJ Abrams' and Alfonso Cuarón's Believe. CBS stopped Intelligence. FOX even continued to troll its Firefly fans by canceling the network's latest sci-fi attempt, Almost Human, after a single season. Add to that the inevitable end of some long-running SyFy staples (farewell Warehouse 13), and it's hard to know where to turn for a sci-fi fix in the current TV landscape.
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