NBC Renew/Cancel Week 10: Indebted Won’t Have Long to Repay Its Debts

After a week off, the NBC Renew/Cancel returns with a prediction for NBC's newest show. Keep reading to see where Indebted will land, plus analysis of NBC's most recently renewed show.

Certain Cancellation:
Bluff City Law (0.6)
Perfect Harmony (0.4)

Likely Cancellation: 
Indebted (0.4)
Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt For the Bone Collector (0.5)

Leans Cancellation:
The Blacklist (0.5)

Leans Renewal: 
N/A

Likely Renewal:
Manifest (0.7)

Certain Renewal:
Chicago Fire (1.2)
Chicago PD (1.1)
Chicago Med (1.1)
Law & Order: SVU (0.7)
Saturday Night Live (1.3)

Already Renewed:
Brooklyn Nine-Nine
New Amsterdam
Superstore
This Is Us

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

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

Indebted: Fran Drescher returned to TV last week with Indebted, the newest part of NBC's comedy  Thursday lineup. As expected due to the terrible ratings across the lineup, it did not get off to a strong start. It's 0.5 Will & Grace lead-in didn't exactly give it much support, but its 0.4 start is on-par with Sunnyside (and even lower in unrounded) and lower than Perfect Harmony. It's not even fully owned by NBC (it's a Sony co-production, with Sony having the distribution rights), meaning  it probably doesn't help its case to get a pity renewal. In a season where every new show on NBC is a massive flop, it's hard to say a show that premiered just a week ago is certain to get the axe, so it'll start out as just a LIKELY CANCELLATION.

Superstore: Since the last update, Superstore became the second part of the NBC comedy lineup to get a renewal. It's one of the few NBC comedies to perform respectively, so this was a pretty clear decision and easily a correct prediction.

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

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