In more positive news, new reports from deadline and TV By the Numbers both suggest that "The Good Wife" is close to being renewed for not just one, but two more seasons. Alan Cumming has already inked a new contract for the show, and reports are that they are working on doing the same with many of the other regulars. Although the show has been on the bubble in terms of ratings, critics love the intelligence of the series -- giving it two more seasons also makes it likely to net a syndication deal. There is some "Chaos" when it comes to the new CBS series by the same name -- despite winning over some fans, the show has been pulled from the schedule immediately after only three episodes. The ratings have been beyond poor for the network at 8:00 p.m. Eastern on Fridays, with the most recent episode barely netting a 1.0 rating in the 18-49 demographic.Ultimately this does not come as a surprise, mainly because the show never really seemed to fit in with anything else on the network. (Its closest match was "NCIS," and even that is a stretch.) CBS will plug in various repeats until "Flashpoint" (which has already aired in Canada) comes back on TV.