Our House Season 5 Episode 14 - Our Double Date

Our House Season 5, Episode 14

Our Double Date

NBC Renew/Cancel Week 12: Time to Take American Auto to the Junkyard

This week on the NBC Renew/Cancel, a sophomore comedy enters the scene and is in desperate need of a trip to the repair show. Keep reading for my initial thoughts on American Auto.

Wednesday Cable Ratings 1/25/23: Tucker Carlson Tonight Continues Cable News Victory Streak, Grownish Ticks Down, NBA Leads Overall

Below are the top 50 programs on cable on Wednesday, 1/25/23. Items of note include Grown-ish on Freeform, NBA on ESPN, and Tooning Out the News on Comedy Central.

(Click the names of the shows written in teal or blue to be taken to their pages in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Database.)

Wednesday TV Ratings 1/25/23: Celebrity Name That Tune Slightly Down, The Price Is Right At Night Leads, Lingo Hits New High (UPDATED)

Finals Update: Both repeats of Abbott Elementary (+0.1 each) adjusted up.

Analysis to come.

The Simpsons, Family Guy and Bob’s Burgers Receive Two-Season Renewals

Three of Fox's longest-running series will all be back on the schedule next season, and the season after that, as the network has ordered two additional seasons each of the Simpsons, Family Guy and Bob's Burgers. All three have been staples of the Fox schedule ever since their debuts (save for a period in which Family Guy was canceled in the early 2000s) and have performed well for them, despite hefty ratings declines in recent seasons. Even with those declines, the shows have remained particularly strong on streaming platforms, with The Simpsons being a keystone of Disney+. All three are correct predictions for The TV Ratings Guide.

Tuesday Cable Ratings 1/24/23: NBA Leads the Night, Tucker Carlson Continues Cable News Lead, WWE NXT Drops

Below are the top 50 programs on cable on Tuesday, 1/24/23. Items of note include NBA on TNT, The Oval on BET, and Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News.

(Note: Click any show with its name in green or blue to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

Bob Hearts Abishola Renewed by CBS

CBS has completed a comedy grand slam, renewing their last remaining comedy, Bob Hearts Abishola, for a fifth season. Though the series is the lowest-rated of the network's half-hour sitcoms, it is a solid same-day performer anyway, with a 0.42 18-49 average, a performance that puts it in-line with the league average for the season. Co-created by Chuck Lorre, it was one of two of his series to survive the previous season's CBS comedy cut, which saw the cancellation of Lorre's United States of Al and B Positive and the number of comedy slots on CBS slashed from six to four. With the renewal of all four veteran comedies this year, a comedy expansion could perhaps be in the cards. Bob Hearts Abishola stars Billy Gardell, Folake Olowofoyeku, Christine Ebersole, Shola Adewusi, Barry Shabaka Henley, Matt Jones, Maribeth Monroe, Vernee Watson and the series' co-creator, Gina Yashere.

Tuesday TV Ratings 1/24/23: 9-1-1: Lone Star Avoids New Low in Premiere on New Night, Night Court Down but Still Remains #1, American Auto Posts Weak Retention (UPDATED)

Finals Update: 9-1-1: Lone Star (+0.1), FBI: International (+0.1) and The Rookie Feds (+0.1) adjusted up.

Analysis to come.

Monday Cable Ratings 1/23/23: WWE Raw Soars for 30th Anniversary, Kids Baking Championship and Rachel Maddow Also Up, Tucker Carlson Tonight Stays Atop Cable News

Below are the top 50 programs on cable on Monday, 1/16/23. Items of note include Kids Baking Championship on Food, Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News and WWE Raw on USA.

(Note: Click any show with its name in yellow or blue to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

Sunday Cable Ratings 1/22/23: The Way Home and The Last of Us Increase, Mayfair Witches Crumbles

Below are the top 50 programs on cable on Sunday, 1/22/23. Items of note include The Last of Us on HBO, The Way Home on Hallmark, and Mayfair Witches on AMC.

(Note: Click any show with its name in orange to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

Monday TV Ratings 1/23/23: The Bachelor Premieres with a Low, The Neighborhood and Bob Hearts Abishola Rebound, Alert Hits Monday High (UPDATED)

Finals Update: The Neighborhood (+0.1) and America’s Got Talent: All-Stars (+0.1) adjusted up.

Analysis to come.

Saturday Cable Ratings 1/21/23: The Owl House Jumps, The Wedding Veil Journey Stable with Prior Chapter, College Basketball Leads

Below are the top 50 programs on cable on Saturday, 1/21/23. Items of note include The Wedding Veil Journey on Hallmark, The Owl House on Disney, and On Patrol: Live on Reelz.

(Note: Click the name of any show with its title in red to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

Marietta Season 5 Episode 11 - Kate Lynn

Marietta Season 5, Episode 11
The Sister Act

ABC Renew/Cancel Week 14: Big Sky and Home Economics Exit Stage Left... Is It Permanent This Time?

This week on the ABC Renew/Cancel, the focus is on two third-season veterans that recently wrapped up their seasons after short orders. Will either survive? Keep reading for my thoughts.

Friday Cable Ratings 1/20/23: Real Time with Bill Maher Returns Higher, Real Friends of WeHo Bombs, Drag Race Ticks Up

Below are the top 50 programs on cable on Friday, 1/20/23. Items of note include the season premiere of Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO, RuPaul's Drag Race on MTV, and On Patrol: Live on Reelz.

Note: Click the name of any show with its title in purple or blue to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

The Neighborhood Renewed by CBS

One of TV's top comedies, The Neighborhood, will be back for another season next year. The CBS sitcom, in its fifth season, has secured a sixth season renewal after another season of strong ratings. It currently rates as television's #4 comedy with a 0.53 in the key 18-49 demo, behind fellow CBS comedies Young Sheldon and Ghosts and ABC's The Conners, and is one of the few series to secure a hefty syndication deal in recent seasons. The series will surpass the milestone 100 episodes mark this season, and stars Cedric the Entertainer, Tichina Arnold, Max Greenfield, and Beth Behrs. This is a correct prediction for The TV Ratings Guide.

Sunday TV Ratings 1/22/23: Accused Has OK Premiere, Cowboys/49ers NFL Playoff Huge, Top Gun and Iron Man Movie Airings Mediocre (UPDATED)

Finals Update: NFL: Cowboys v. 49ers (+3.7), Accused (+0.4) and the repeat of America's Funniest Home Videos (+0.1) adjusted up. The OT (-0.6) adjusted down.

Analysis to come.

CBS Renew/Cancel Week 16: With NCIS: Los Angeles Canceled, What’s Next For The NCIS Franchise?

 

Saturday TV Ratings 1/21/23: SNL Jumps to Season High, Giants/Eagles NFL Playoff Dominates, Night Court Repeats Strong in Post-NFL Airing (UPDATED)

Finals Update: NFL: Giants v. Eagles (+2.1) and UFC Prelims adjusted up. Both repeats of Night Court (-0.1 each) adjusted down.

Analysis to come.

FOX Renew/Cancel Week 10: ’The Resident’ Is Now In Critical Condition


 Predictions for 1/21/23

Photo Credit: FOX

Below are the latest renew/cancel predictions for the Fox network in the 2022-23 television season. The numbers listed in the table mark the Nielsen rating low, average, and high for each respective program in the Adults 18-49 demographic. Since the previous update, only 'The Resident', 'Alert: Missing Persons Unit', and 'Fantasy Island' have aired new episodes.  As always, only scripted programming will be taken into account in this column. 




Notable Changes: The A18-49 ratings average of 'Alert: Missing Persons Unit' (0.45, -0.11) has declined by a little more than a full point. It drops down from #3 to #5 in the overall ranking. This freefall will likely continue given that the football-boosted premiere is inflating the show's average to a ridiculous degree. 

The Resident: On January 17th, 'The Resident' finished out its sixth season with a perfectly fine 0.37 rating in the Adults 18-49 demographic. This serves as the drama's strongest performance since November and would generally be solid enough to justify a renewal on the Fox network. Despite those decent numbers, this series is no longer expected to return for a seventh season. For one, this season had the smallest episode count (13) that the show has had in its run. Considering that the program's 5th season had a full-order of 23 episodes, this type of reduction is clearly not a sign of encouragement for the aging veteran. On top of that, six-year contracts are the standard for regular cast-members on a television series. This means that the stars of 'The Resident' would likely have to sign new contracts for a potential seventh cycle. 'The Resident' may provide modest ratings but it is definitely not strong enough to warrant renegotiations. Filler content like 'Hell's Kitchen' and 'Name That Tune' can provide similar (or better) results at a much lower cost. 'The Resident' is now Likely to be Canceled, even though it deserves a renewal off Nielsen ratings alone.


Alert: For its third episode, 'Alert: Missing Persons Unit' held at the same putrid 0.22 that it garnered for episode two. The small consolation here is that it grew by three-hundredths of a point from its 'Fantasy Island' lead-in (0.19). Though growth like that is usually a good sign, this is surely not enough to help its chances. 'Alert' is once more Likely to be Canceled and probably won't lose that distinction any time soon.


What's Next?: New drama 'Accused' debuts on Sunday, January 22nd. The fourth season of '9-1-1: Lone Star' premieres on January 24, 2023. Both dramas will enter the chart in the next update after their premiere ratings are made available. 


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Friday TV Ratings 1/20/23: CBS Lineup Stable, Dateline Drops, Shark Tank and WWE SmackDown Hold Strong (UPDATED)

Finals Update: SWAT (+0.1) adjusted up.

Analysis to come.

Thursday Cable Ratings 1/19/23: Soaring NBA Leads, Tucker Carlson Tonight Continues to Lead Cable News

Below are the top 50 programs on cable on Thursday, 1/19/23. Items of note include Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News, NBA on TNT, and Morning Joe on MSNBC.

(Note: Click the names of the shows written in purple or blue to be taken to their pages in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Database.)

NCIS: Los Angeles Canceled by CBS

CBS is saying farewell to one of their longest-running series, announcing today that NCIS: Los Angeles will end after its current fourteenth season. This announcement comes less than two weeks after the NCIS crossover event involving LA, which was a ratings success that saw LA hit its highest rating since April 2022. In spite of that, NCIS: LA was one of CBS's lowest ratings performers this season, ranking fourteenth among seventeen scripted programs on the Tiffany Network this season. This is not the first NCIS series to be canceled, as NCIS: New Orleans was canceled while airing in LA's current time slot just two years ago. Barring the announcement of a new spinoff, or the cancellation of a different NCIS series, next season will be the first with only two NCIS series on the CBS lineup since the 2013-14 season. NCIS: Los Angeles starred LL Cool J, Chris O'Donnell, Daniela Ruah, Eric Christian Olsen, Medalion Rahimi and Gerald McRaney. This is a correct prediction for The TV Ratings Guide.

Thursday TV Ratings 1/19/23: Celebrity Jeopardy! Leads the Night, The Chase and Hell’s Kitchen Stable, Walker Independence Down (UPDATED)

Finals Update: The Parent Test (+0.1) and repeats of Ghosts (+0.1) and CSI: Vegas (+0.1) adjusted up.

Analysis to come.

Our House Season 5 Episode 13 - Our Oldies Dance

Our House Season 5, Episode 13

Our Oldies Dance

NBC Renew/Cancel Week 11: Night Court Will Remain In Session

The NBC Renew/Cancel returns this week after an extended hiatus, as a new show debuts, lighting up the ratings charts. Keep reading for the initial prediction for Night Court.

Wednesday Cable Ratings 1/18/23: Grown-ish Down in Midseason Premiere, NBA Leads, Tooning Out the News Rises After Break

Below are the top 50 programs on cable on Wednesday, 1/18/23. Items of note include the midseason premiere of Grown-ish on Freeform, NBA on ESPN, and Tooning Out the News on Comedy Central.

(Click the names of the shows written in teal or blue to be taken to their pages in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Database.)

Wednesday TV Ratings 1/18/23: Home Economics and Big Sky Inch Up for Finales, The Conners and The Goldbergs Drop (UPDATED)

Finals Update: Celebrity Name That Tune (+0.1) and Home Economics (+0.1) adjusted up.

Analysis to come.

Tuesday Cable Ratings 1/17/23: The Daily Show Stable Without Trevor Noah, College Basketball Leads, Tucker Carlson Tonight Climbs to Top of Cable News

Below are the top 50 programs on cable on Tuesday, 1/17/23. Items of note include NBA on TNT, The Oval on BET, and The Daily Show on Comedy Central.

(Note: Click any show with its name in green or blue to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)