Unfortunately, Breaking In's future may hinge more on whether Fox can find a suitable show to pair it with rather than on ratings or internal network support. "They just really don't know what to do with it," Goldberg says. "When you have a family show or a relationship show, they really know how to promote that and make that a hit. But if you have a show about a bunch of geniuses who do heists every day, that's hard for any network to figure out."
I read another article indicating that Fox wants to target women viewers & thought Breaking In didn't do that. The replacement show is a sitcom called the "New Girl." I wasn't very impressed with the promo (quirky, weepy girl needs support from three men and a supermodel) I would rather watch Mel kick ass with her lockpicking mojo on BI!
If you want to send a note to the network, here's the head honcho:
Happy birthday redteekal! *offers Tom in bed*