CBS Renew/Cancel: The Unicorn Has Flown And the Remaining Comedies Remain Strong

Ratings dropped across the board this week, hitting nearly all shows' interests.  The Neighborhood, which gloriously delivered a 1.00 weeks earlier, dropped to a 0.71.  This noticeable drop led to drops across Monday evening, most noticeable being the two dramas following the comedy block (All Rise at 0.41, Bull at 0.39) hemorrhaging nearly a third of Bob Hearts Abishola's softer 0.58.  Bull will be monitored in upcoming weeks as it may be downgraded from a Likely Renewal.

Tuesday evening saw the FBI franchise experience a spike as FBI (0.78) gained back a tenth and FBI: Most Wanted (0.60) regain a half-tenth.  Most Wanted is being eyed for an upgrade to Certain Renewal in upcoming weeks.  Elsewhere, The Unicorn flew for the last time on Thursday with a double outing (0.42, 0.40) as the only show on display Thursday evening.  CBS burning off this season surrounded by repeats (even ailing Clarice was given the night off) foreshadows the network has likely made up its mind about The Unicorn as it's had its opportunity and day.  

Fans of the sophisticated sitcom have a beam of hope as the ailing CBS All Access was revamped as Paramount+ and may potentially be looking for The Unicorn to become a regular mainstay.

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