We are just weeks away from upfronts, and with many shows still to be renewed or canceled, there are plenty on the bubble.
Scroll down to check out the bubble shows that need your prayers.
Don’t forget to hit the comments on which shows you think should be saved.
A Million Little Things – ABC
The series is averaging 1.9 million viewers and a 0.26 rating in the demo.
Pros: The series soars 133% in the demo in live+7, meaning that people are watching the show.
Cons: The show is at the bottom of the back in live + same day ratings, coming in narrowly ahead of the canceled Promised Land.
The series is down almost 40% in the demo.
Big Sky – ABC
Big Sky is averaging 2.7 million viewers and a 0.31 rating.
Pros: Like A Million Little Things, it enjoys big gains in post-airdate viewing.
It soars well over 100% in live + 35, and considerably higher in live +35.
The series has been licensed internationally on the Disney-owned Star.
Cons: The series loses around half of its Grey’s Anatomy lead-in.
It got a much better timeslot this season, but has shed over 40% of its year-ago demo tally.
Queens – ABC
The freshman season averaged 1.3 million viewers and a 0.28 rating.
Pros: The show had a decent reception from critics.
Cons: The numbers are too low, and the show is not pulling in huge numbers on DVR.
Home Economics – ABC
The series is averaging 2 million viewers and a 0.34 rating.
Pros: The series has a decent amount of buzz.
Cons: It is the network’s lowest-rated comedy, but it does command a decent gain on the DVR front.
SWAT – CBS – CBS
The series is averaging 4.4 million viewers and a 0.47 rating.
Pros: The show is up 11% in the demo and 40% in total viewers.
Cons: The show isn’t as much of a heavy hitter in post-airdate viewing as its CBS counterparts.
Magnum P.I. – CBS
The series is averaging 5.3 million viewers and a 0.43 rating.
Pros: It is performing reasonably for a Friday night drama.
Cons: It is down considerably vs. last year.
Good Sam – CBS
The series is averaging 2.3 million viewers and a 0.27 rating.
Pros: It’s a different kind of show for CBS.
Cons: The numbers are too low, making it the lowest-rated and least-watched scripted series on the network.
Blue Bloods – CBS
The series is averaging 6 million viewers and a 0.45 rating.
Pros: The numbers are still decent, and CBS would struggle to find anything to do much better in the slot.
Cons: Older shows come with higher price tags, so CBS might want to keep a newer show on the air.
The Endgame – NBC
The series is averaging 2.1 million viewers and a 0.3 rating.
Pros: It has show some growth in recent weeks.
Cons: It is pulling in almost identical numbers to the canceled timeslot predecessor Ordinary Joe.
Call Me Kat – FOX
The series is averaging 1.9 million viewers and a 0.36 rating.
Pros: The show is holding most of its lead-in.
Cons: The numbers are down almost 40% in the demo year-to-year.
Naomi – The CW
Naomi is averaging 0.6 million viewers and a 0.09 rating.
Pros: It is compatible with its lead-in. It gets a decent boost in delayed viewing.
Cons: For a new show, it lost many of its viewers after the premiere.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – The CW
The series averaged 0.5 million viewers and a 0.09 rating.
Pros: The series is up 10% in the demo and 27% in viewers. The bump post-airdate is lower than some of the other bubble shows on CW. Plus, it is aging, meaning that it will be more expensive.
Batwoman – The CW
The series is averaging 0.5 million viewers and a 0.09 rating.
Pros: For a third-season show, the numbers are not terrible.
Cons: It missed out on an early renewal, meaning the network could be having second thoughts about its future.
Legacies – The CW
The series is averaging 0.4 million viewers and a 0.08 rating.
Pros: The numbers have started to trend upward. It commands strong post-airdate gains.
Cons: The series is shedding around half of its lead-in among total viewers. It also missed out on an early renewal.
Dynasty – The CW
The series is averaging 0.3 million viewers and a 0.05 rating in the demo.
Pros: It has a Netflix deal that makes the series profitable.
Cons: The CW is for sale, so the lowest-rated shows are likely toast.