If you were excited about the two-part "Terra Nova" preview in May, you are now disappointed by the news that there will be no preview, there will be no special accommodations for fans, and you will sit patiently until fall to watch the dinosaurs ride the UFO through space or whatever.

Producers of Steven Spielberg's much anticipated sci-fi series have cancelled the two-hour preview, citing a need for more time to implement visual effects. Their description is a little more flowery, using phrases like "cutting-edge" and "massive scope," but they really just fell behind schedule.

So now, instead of time-travelling astronauts, you get episodes of the "The Chicago Code" and "Glee." Way to replace time-travelling astronaut dinosaurs with singing gay teenagers in wheelchairs, Fox. Awesome. (Deadline)