NBC Renew/Cancel Week 7: Organizing a Renewal for Law & Order: Organized Crime

This week on the NBC Renew/Cancel, a sophomore series takes center stage, as I assess the under-discussed Law & Order: Organized Crime. Keep reading to see if its fortunes are changing this week!

Certain Cancellation:
Ordinary Joe (0.37, 0.25-0.52)

Likely Cancellation: 

Leans Cancellation:

Leans Renewal:
The Blacklist (0.34, 0.30-0.39)

Likely Renewal:
La Brea (0.60, 0.43-0.77)

Certain Renewal:
Law & Order: Organized Crime (0.58, 0.50-0.67)
Saturday Night Live (0.94, 0.82-1.04)

Already Renewed:
Chicago Fire
Chicago Med
Chicago PD
Law & Order: SVU
New Amsterdam

Already Canceled/Final Season:
This Is Us

Coming Soon:
American Auto
The Endgame
Grand Crew
Mr. Mayor
The Thing About Pam
Young Rock

Law & Order: Organized Crime: We're now seven weeks into Organized Crime's second season, and at this point, we pretty much know what we're getting with this show. Aside from the 0.6 premiere and 0.7 for the two-part crossover, the show has been delivering consistent 0.5s for NBC. That might not be anything huge, but for 10 PM, it's more than acceptable. Even if it hits 0.4s, it's safe. The brand means too much to NBC to cancel it for average ratings, especially when a new Law & Order is coming either this season or next. They won't cancel it, and it's a CERTAIN RENEWAL.

Ordinary Joe: It didn't air this week, so I don't really have anything new to say about it, but it is worth noting that a special preview of a months-old pilot of a Peacock show (The Last Symbol) actually got higher ratings than Ordinary Joe's most-recent episode did in the same slot the previous week. That is simply pathetic, and it reinforces my CERTAIN CANCELLATION prediction.

What do you think of my predictions? What are you predictions? Let me know in the comments and vote in the poll of the week!

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