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The CW: Pickups, Cancellations, and Renewals. Login to vote
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IN: 3 new Reality Shows!
'H8ER' -- which is a horrible name, by the way -- "gives celebrities face time with their most vicious detractors (who eventually come around, we're guessing)." Well, we hope so, otherwise isn't that what Twitter wars are for?

Then there's 'The Frame,' which is basically like 'Big Brother' but in one room: it's "a 'Truman Show'–like real-time competition series in which teams of two are isolated in small rooms, with their life broadcast on TV and the net as they compete against each other." Sounds ... claustrophobic.

And there's also 'Re-Modeled,' which follows modeling industry vet Paul Fisher as he creates The Network, a one-stop-shop behemoth agency that consolidates hundreds of regional modeling agencies.

ALSO IN: a few familiar faces
'The Ringer' marks Sarah Michelle Gellar's return to the small screen in a dual role as a rich woman running from the mob and her troubled twin sister. The actress formerly known as Buffy the Vampire Slayer appeared on The WB from 1997 to 2001 and UPN from 2001 to 2003, coincidentally those two networks merged to become The CW in 2006. The new pilot was originally commissioned by CBS, but in an interesting twist ended up getting picked up by its sister network.

'Hart of Dixie' brings Rachel Bilson back to TV as the lead in the Josh Schwartz-produced dramedy as a big city doctor who inherits a medical practice in a small Southern town. Bilson has guested on shows like 'Chuck' and 'How I Met Your Mother' since ending her four-season run as spoiled rich girl Summer Roberts on 'The O.C.' in 2007, but this will be her first leading role.

'Secret Circle' brings us Britt Robertson, from the recently-canceled 'Life Unexpected,' as Cassie Blake, a teen girl who moves to a small town and finds out she's a witch. The show is based on a novel by 'The Vampire Diaries' author L.J. Smith, and is written and executive produced by 'The Vampire Diaries' TV mastermind Kevin Williamson.

OUT: Hellcats.
The on-the-bubble show wasn't very lucky. 'Hellcats,' the cheerleading drama starring Aly Michalka and Ashley Tisdale, was canceled.

'One Tree Hill' was picked up for a 13-episode ninth (and presumably final) season. The network has also given freshman drama 'Nikita' the green light for a second season.

With the exception of James Lafferty, the entire 'OTH' cast has signed on for next year, though a source told Zap2It that the actor will likely return for at least a few episodes in a guest-starring capacity.

'Nikita,' which saw a creative upswing toward the end of season 1, will get another year to tell the story of Nikita's quest to bring down Division.
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