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Chicago Justice Canceled By NBC

The world of Chicago is about to get a bit smaller at NBC. TVLine reports that the network has canceled Chicago Justice, one of the many procedurals set in the windy city, after just one season. 

Chicago Justice, created by Dick Wolf, followed the team at the State's Attorney Office responsible for bringing the titular justice to crime victims. Philip Winchester, Jon Seda, Joelle Carter, Monica Barbaro, and Carl Weathers starred. The series premiered in March after airing a backdoor pilot on sister show Chicago P.D. There is no word yet on if any of the show's characters will move to the other series within the universe. 

The rest of the Chicago show were handed down renewals earlier this year, with Chicago Fire set to enter its sixth season, Chicago P.D. set to enter its fifth, and Chicago Med set to enter its third come fall. Chicago Justice was the first show of the franchise not to strike a chord with viewers, averaging a 1.5 rating in the key 18 to 49 demo as compared to P.D.'s and Med's 1.9 and Fire's 2.3. (via Deadline

A number of your favorite shows won't be returning at NBC and the other broadcast networks this fall. NBC's other notable cancelations include The Blacklist: Redemption, Emerald City, Grimm, and Powerless, while renewals include Trial & Error, This Is Us, The Blacklist, Blindspot, The Good Place, and, after a flipped decision, Timeless. New series include the Anne Heche-starring military drama The Brave; Sarah Shahi's sci-fi drama Reverie; the newest tearjerker from Jason Katims, Rise; Mindy Kaling's comedy Champions; and Glenn Howerton's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia follow-up A.P. Bio