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Fall TV Popularity Contest: Was Constantine Hella Good?

Matt Ryan | Photo Credits: Quantrell Colbert/NBC

Is Constantine destined to become an (oc)cult hit?

Now that the NBC drama has premiered, we want to know your thoughts — and what you think of every new show this season?

Will you follow Constantine's (Matt Ryan) journey to redemption? Or will you exorcise the series from you DVR? Vote now!

Vote: Which fall premieres won you over? Which flopped?     

Check back to see what TVGuide.com users pick as their favorite — and least favorite — new shows. And stay tuned to see the final rankings of the most liked and disliked freshman series.

Plus, check out our full calendar to help you keep track of all the premiere dates and when to vote.



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ABC's Manhattan Love Story Is the First Cancellation of the 2014-2015 Season

Jake McDorman, Analeigh Tipton | Photo Credits: John Clifford/ABC

So much for love. ABC has canceled its romantic comedy Manhattan Love Story after four episodes, making it the first victim of the fall TV season, TV Line reports.

The series was struggling in the ratings, with its most recent episode drawing only 2.62 million viewers and a paltry 0.7 rating in the coveted 18-to-49 demographic.

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The comedy starred America's Next Top Model vet Analeigh Tipton and the lightly bearded Jake McDorman as a mismatched couple falling in love in New York City. Its gimmick was that viewers could hear the lead characters' internal monologue via voiceover, with the idea being to reveal how men and women really think. At least early on, that went something like "men love sex and women love purses."

This has been an unusually forgiving fall, with no shows getting canceled until October 24. Last year, ABC was also the first network to swing the axe, giving Lucky 7 the boot on October 4.

Will you miss Manhattan Love Story?

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Hey Buddy! Which Big Bang Theory Actor Will Star In NBC's Animated Elf Holiday Special?

Jim Parsons | Photo Credits: Corbis

Bazinga all the way! The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons will provide the voice of Buddy the Elf in NBC's upcoming stop-motion animated holiday special Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas, the network announced Friday.

Parsons, who's won four Emmys for his portrayal of Sheldon Cooper on the hit CBS comedy, is the latest actor to portray the optimistic (and tall) elf following Will Ferrell in the 2003 film Elf and a trio of Broadway stars in the subsequent stage production Elf: The Musical.

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In the NBC special, which the network says will be an "all-new retelling" of Buddy's story from both the movie and the musical, Santa will narrate Buddy's journey from the North Pole to New York City as he sets out to meet the father he never knew he had. The voice cast also includesMark HamillEd AsnerFred ArmisenJay LenoMatt LauerGilbert GottfriedKate Micucci,Rachael MacFarlaneMax Charles and Steve Higgins.

Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas will air Tuesday, Dec. 16 at 8/7c.

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