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Ratings and Scheduling: We Don't Need No Damn Breaks

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While that's not good for a pilot, we have to wait for the 2nd and 3rd week to really get a feel for the ratings. If they hold steady it should be okay. It's better than what Agent Carter got and that lasted 2 seasons. 

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Holy shit that's terrible but you have to balance against what ABC is doing overall. ABC's new shows are really struggling right now so it should hopefully make it a season.

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I got to assume having a Dungey on the show gets it a bit of a reprieve, but likely not too much. I doubt it'll grow its audience since the feedback has been lukewarm at beast but I agree with everyone else who thinks that if it can hold most of that audience week to week it might get to play out its season.

I think back on Forever that got to the point where it obviously wasn't getting a season two but it was cheaper to go ahead with it for the season than to switch it out on the schedule. This could easily end up like that.

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"The series launched on October 3rd and attracted a 0.92 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 5.17 million viewers. It was a disappointing start to be sure. The second installment fell more than 15%, registering a 0.78 rating with 4.23 million.

While it’s still early in the season, the ratings for Conviction so far have been terrible. It’s the network’s lowest-rated series in the demo with a 0.85 rating and 4.7 million. Last season, Castle (which was cancelled) averaged a 1.08 in the demo with 6.20 million viewers."

From here. Not great, to put it mildly! Episode three was down again in the 18-49 demo, as well.

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On 31/03/2017 at 10:13 AM, glorie said:

Was the series canceled?

And on election night? Interesting, if true.

I just watched this (while bored); wow, it didn't even make a full season. I am not surprised, the writing was astonishingly amateurish. 

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