Some shows just haven't felt the love yet from NBC.
The network on Friday gave early renewals to five dramas, including freshman series "Chicago Fire" and "Revolution."
But left off the list were some fan favorites, including the serial-killer drama "Hannibal" and the legendarily troubled sitcom "Community."
Those shows are on the proverbial bubble, which in TV industry parlance refers to series left hanging in the weeks before the networks officially announce their fall schedules in mid-May.
"Hannibal" started off well but has sunk in the ratings since. Its chances are probably about 50-50 now, and its fate may ultimately depend on what new shows NBC has that could plausibly replace it.