NBC Renew/Cancel Week 6: Merry Christmas to Most, and To Most a Good Night

It's the final NBC Renew/Cancel of 2019, and we've got a Christmas theme. Which shows will have a good Christmas? Which ones will have their holiday stolen by The Grinch? Keep reading to find out!

Certain To Have Christmas Stolen:
Bluff City Law (0.6)

Likely To Have Christmas Stolen
Perfect Harmony (0.5)

Leans Towards Having Christmas Stolen:
The Blacklist (0.5)

Leans Towards Getting to Cut the Roast Beast:

Likely To Get to Cut the Roast Beast:
Law & Order: SVU (0.7)
New Amsterdam (0.8)

Certain To Get to Cut the Roast Beast:

Chicago Fire (1.2)
Chicago PD (1.1)
Chicago Med (1.2)
Saturday Night Live (1.2)
Superstore (0.7)

Already Renewed:
Brooklyn Nine-Nine
This Is Us

Already Canceled/Final Season:
The Good Place
Will & Grace

Coming Soon:
Council of Dads
Good Girls
Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist

It'll be a merry Christmas for Dick Wolf's One Chicago series, with all of them performing extremely well and none of them even going below 1.0 thus far. They're NBC's MVPs this season, and their fans have no reason to be worried. Superstore is also an MVP to a much smaller degree, thanks to it being their comedy highlight on Thursday nights. It's also in for a happy holiday. Late-night sketch comedy powerhouse Saturday Night Live may be in for the merriest Christmas of all. It's NBC's top unrenewed scripted show, and even 45 years in, it remains one of NBC's brightest spots.

Not having a merry Christmas is the new fall slate. With zero shows receiving backorders, one already canceled, and one already wrapped for the season (AKA forever) after being capped, it was a terrible season for NBC newbies, at least so far. Nothing has rated ever somewhat decently, and they all deserve to be canceled. As I stated last week, Perfect Harmony is the most likely to return of the premiered shows, but even it is a huge long shot. Santa won't be stopping at their houses, but the Grinch will be.

What do you think of my predictions in this final update of the year? What are your predictions? Let me know in the comments and don't forget to vote in the poll of the week!

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