‘Cagney & Lacey,’ a ‘Supernatural’ Spinoff & More Pilots That Weren’t Picked Up

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In what would have been Katie Holmes’ first series regular role since Dawson’s Creek, viewers would have seen her play an FBI agent.

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This spinoff of Supernatural didn’t get picked up, despite the original show’s continuing popularity.

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Cagney & Lacey


A reboot of the classic series, this would have been Sarah Drew’s first gig post-Grey’s, alongside stars Ving Rhames and Michelle Hurd.

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Greatest American Hero


A reboot of the ’80s show of the same title, only this time New Girl‘s Hannah Simone would have been the hero — TV’s first Indian-American hero, at that.

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L.A.’s Finest


A spinoff of the cop films Bad Boys, Union would have reprized her role as Syd Burnette whose partner would have been played by Jessica Alba.

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The music-centric drama was set to star Madeleine Stowe, Jenna Dewan, and Callie Hernandez.

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Former Pitch star Kylie Bunbury was set to feature as the title character of this reboot, based on the ’70s cop show.

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While some shows are being canceled and others are being ordered to series, there’s a list of buzzed-about shows that, unfortunately, won’t be making it to air this fall.

From spinoffs (Supernatural) and reboots (Cagney & Lacey) to some original ideas that just weren’t able to find a home, we’ve collected the series that were pitched to networks only to be met with a resounding no — at least, for now.

Click through the gallery above to see which shows aren’t making the cut this season.