This week has ended on a good, and a bad note, because while some new shows with Indian American talents are seeing the light of day, others have been put on the chopping block after just one season. On the one hand, NBC has given a series order to Indian American actor Kal Penn`s immigrant-themed comedy, “Sunnyside,” on the other, the network has cancelled “I Feel Bad,” the comedy which starred Indian American actor Sarayu Rao, also known as Sarayu R. Blue, in the lead role. The cast of this modern comedy about being perfectly ok with being imperfect – from Indian American filmmaker Aseem Batra, Amy Poehler, Julie Anne Robinson and Universal TV – also included Paul Adelstein, Indian American Madhur Jaffrey, Brian George, James Buckley, Zach Cherry and Johnny Pemberton.The show explored how Rao as Emet Kamala-Sweetzer, who seems to be the perfect mom, boss, wife, friend and daughter, is not really “perfect,” and is just figuring it out like the rest of us. NBC has also pulled the plug on “Reverie,” a thrilling drama also featuring Indian American actor Sendhil Ramamurthy. Another show which has met an untimely death, to the disappointment of thousands of fans, is the ABC action-adventure drama, “Whiskey Cavalier.