Terry Hazlett of the Observer-Reporter says one of the most depressing things about the Kenny Rogers song “Lucille” is “the number of tone-deaf people who consistently try to sing along.”

But on a more serious “note,” Hazlett says the fans of a number of network TV shows are likely to “live through some sad times” this fall.

Likely candidates for the programmer’s axes are what Hazlett calls the “Sex and the City wannabes,” “Lipstick Jungle” and “Cashmere Mafia.” Also possibly canceled are CBS’ “How I Met Your Mother” and maybe “Shark,” “The Unit,” “Moonlight,” “Jericho,” “Cane,” and “Kid Nation.”