“Sarah Connor Chronicles” Gets Terminated

They'll be back?

Perhaps the world can only handle so many Terminators.

Just as the long awaited movie "Terminator Salvation" is due to be released, Fox officially announced today that "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" is being canceled after two seasons.

The show's twisted time-line (compared to the "Terminator" movies it was technically in an alternate chronology) may now never be resolved, and geeks all over the country will have to find a new super-babe to drool over with the loss of helper robot Summer Glau, a Terminatrix named Cameron.

Fox Broadcasting unveiled their full fall schedule today, which also includes a spin-off show for "Family Guy's" Cleveland Brown, and "Brothers" a sit-com starring former New York Giant and future Hall-of-Famer Michael Strahan as a retired NFL star who returns to his hometown to help his brother run the family restaurant.

The much-hyped "Glee," will also take a prime place in the Fox's line up with Matthew Morrison as an optimistic teacher who tries to reinvent a high school's glee club and challenges a group of outcasts to realize their star potential. The show will be auditioned in the coveted spot behind "American Idol" at 9 p.m. this Tuesday.

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