Matt Roush: As you can see from the above list of shows in the CW release, Everwood was not mentioned. But I wouldn't read too much into that as yet. Still, I've been worried for the show ever since WB moved Everwood to Thursdays, though it held its own reasonably well despite impossible competition. And it's true the show's second lengthy hiatus for the second consecutive season isn't the most hopeful sign, either. Third strike: The programmer in charge of CW, Dawn Ostroff, comes from UPN, not WB, so there's a natural tendency (very possibly ill-founded) to be paranoid that she'd favor UPN shows over WB's. Again, way too early to know what the CW schedule will look like, and what its programming priorities will be among drama, comedy, tragedy, reality, new shows, old shows, etc. What a mind-blowing sea change.
To Matt, who asked if Everwood didn't make the cut, "what are the chances that another network might pick up a show that seems to have several good years left?" The answer is, almost certainly, zero. This was the right show on the right network, which, come fall, will no longer exist. We'll have to wait and see.