House fans may be out of luck.
With May sweeps coming up fast, Fox has yet to close any deals with House producers.
Owned by NBCUniversal, the studio is hoping that the show's network, Fox, will pick up the show for its eighth season, extending their negotiations until April 15.
If the two sides can't come to an agreement, NBCU plans to take the show to other networks, including, of course NBC.
Another thing that is keeping both sides from agreeing on a deal is that several of the show's cast members are currently negotiating their contracts as well.
None of them have yet signed on to another season with one of its stars, Robert Sean Leonard, hinting that he may leave at the end of this season.
In FACT, he's already committed to going back on stage and doing a Broadway revival of Born Yesterday that will coincide with the production of House's eighth season.
So much dramz!!
Things aren't looking good for the show. With production costs getting more expensive and a fall in viewership, the cards are definitely stacked up against them.
Hmm, we don't know.
What do U think? Does House have a chance of coming back?
Tags: cast, contracts, fox, house, hugh laurie, nbc universal, picked up, robert sean leonard, season 8