Renewals & Cancellations
By Daniel Redford on March 27, 2016
Heartbeat got solid ratings for its premiere, but what about the second episode? The Carmichael Show keeps increasing and is a Likely Renewal.
By Emily Donovan on March 20, 2016
NBC’s newest comedy, Crowded, premiered this week with a respectable 1.5 ratings. Meanwhile, The Carmichael Show returned and has ratings around the network’s average for comedies.
By Daniel Redford on March 15, 2016
The end of the world has come, and with that also the end of Sky1 and NBC’s You, Me And The Apocalypse. The British broadcaster Sky1 has announced that the series will not return for a second season.
NBC Predictions: The Mysteries Of Laura Cancelled; The Carmichael Show is a Toss Up for Renewal or Cancellation
By Daniel Redford on March 13, 2016
The critically acclaimed The Carmichael Show premiered its second season this week. At first glance, the situation of The Mysteries Of Laura looks similar to how it was last year.
By Emily Donovan on March 6, 2016
You, Me And The Apocalypse is certain to be cancelled after continuously getting bad adults 18-49 ratings.
By Daniel Redford on February 28, 2016
Superstore and Telenovela concluded their first seasons this week. For Superstore a renewal announcement followed. Telenovela has not been so lucky; what does that mean for its future?
By Daniel Redford on February 21, 2016
Telenovela has seen quite a drop in the ratings since we considered upgrading it a month ago. You, Me And The Apocalypse is having its own little apocalypse in the ratings.
By Emily Donovan on February 14, 2016
You, Me And The Apocalypse is still a Toss Up, while the already renewed shows Shades Of Blue and Chicago P.D. keep doing well in the ratings.