A To Z
Law & Order SVU
State of Affairs – It started great, but it dropped a lot on its second episode, and it hasn’t gone up on its 3rd one.
The Mysteries of Laura – Still steady, depends on NBC’s plans.
Constantine – Still has very low ratings, and NBC confirmed it won’t order more than 13 episodes. We have to wait and see if it could still get another short season but fans must make sure it rises in ratings.
Marry Me – Voice lead in doesn’t help the show at all, people lost interest, very unlikely to see it return.
About A Boy – Low ratings, unless it moves to summer again, it probably gets cancelled.
Parks & Recreation
Dead RIP List:
Due to the episode order been cut, and the low ratings, it’s guaranteed that is canceled.
Red Band Society
Only 10 episodes aired, they will not air the remaining 3 episodes for now, so that means is a definitive cancellation.
The Mindy Project
Bob’s Burgers – could go either way, it depends on those magical syndication deals. I could see it go for one last season or this one being the last one.
Gracepoint – it’s a 10 episode event, that’s all that is going to get with those low ratings.
Here are my predictions, those shows in danger or fighting I will explain why they are there. I will do these predictions every week, every broadcast network channel, everything can change.
My thoughts haven’t changed on these shows because in the end, it’s all going to depend on how the new shows perform, those being I zombie and The Messengers. It’s very likely Hart of Dixie’s season will be its final one, although they will try to pair with Jane The Virgin and see how both shows work together. There is also the fact that Beauty and the Beast got renewed for a 3rd season, and might even try to reach a fourth season.
Reign – goes up and down, hard to determine. However, since it’s a co production with CBS, the costs are lower. Plus it has more episodes than Jane and The 100, so it could be push for syndication.
Jane The Virgin – Ratings have gone down again, it’s almost tied to Reign, except Reign has more episodes that they could push for syndication. Unless Jane the Virgin is actually very cheap.
The 100 – While the strongest of the 3 fighting shows, it’s actually paid by the CW itself, so is going to depend on the costs of the show, and if they have new projects they rather spend more money on. We won’t see the fate of this one for sure until May.
Dead RIP List:
The McCarthys – It is still dropping and its the weakest new show from CBS. It will last its season until it gets cancelled.
Stalker – It doesn’t have the biggest ratings ever, but due to its timeslot, its the number 1 show on that hour so it could be a positive factor if it stays that way.
Madam Secretary – Considering the football competition, it really does perfrom well and could be safe.
The Good Wife – it could get a final season or end here, it’s always doing lower than Madam.
CSI – Chances are its cancelled in favor of a new CSI.
Blue Bloods & Hawaii Five-0 – weak but ok for friday shows that depend on how much it sells on syndication.
Elementary (Syndication Deal)
The Big Bang Theory (already renewed)
NCIS: New Orleans
NCIS: Los Angeles
Person of Interest
Two and Half Men
Safe, Fighting Or Doom List
Manhattan Love Story
Resurrection -It reached a 0.9, which pretty much confirms a cancellation as most shows that reach that 0 number are canceled, (excluding CW).
Forever – It’s the lowest rated show of the channel that has not been canceled, at least in general. But it seems that ABC wants to save it somehow, we have to see where it goes in the end.
Agents of Shield – It climbed up to a 1.8, meaning that competition is a factor, and it does good DVR numbers so if it continues this number or higher I will move it to safe.
Cristela – Got more episodes ordered, a good sign but still debatable since it hasn’t wow the ratings.
Last Man Standing -Will really depend on contracts at this point.
Revenge – It’s a bit unstable at the ratings and given that it already is on a season 4, it could go either way.
How to Get Away with Murder
Once Upon a Time