And another one bites the dust...make that another four bite the dust.

After just yesterday, when CBS dropped the axe on three of their Fall '10 debuts, The Defenders, $#*! My Dad Says and Mad Love (if Jerry O'Connell, William Shatner, and Jason Biggs can't carry a show, then who can? Who can, dammit!), they've now brought it down on the mid-season addition and CBS darling spinoff, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior.

Deadline reports that CBS was weighing its options between renewing the brand new CM spinoff or re-upping CSI: New York, and they went with the latter (keeping it securely locked in its Friday night death slot... so it's got one more year, tops). They also add that the network "success stories," The Good Wife and Blue Bloods are not in danger, which means Tom Selleck's mustache will return for at least another year.
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