‘Terriers’ Tops ‘DirecTV Save Our Show Top 10’ + ‘Fringe,’ ‘The Good Guys,’ ‘Medium,’ ‘SGU’ & More
Because there are those for whom false hope is better than no hope at all…
With only two episodes left and the penultimate episode of the season (and likely, series) airing on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, FX’s Terriers grabs the number one spot.
With Fringe pushed to the Friday wasteland, where Fox sends its low-rated genre shows to die, as a preemptive strike Fringe debuts at #2 on the chart.
Now dead to Fox The Good Guys is still #3 and now dead on CBS (and it doesn’t sound like its creator is going to shop it elsewhere), Medium bows on the list at #4.
This is surely a “there can be only one (or more likely, none)” situation for DirecTV, so choose carefully before calling 1-888-777-2454.
DISCLAIMER: This list is for entertainment and discussion purposes only. Taking it seriously could be harmful to your mental health, or at least a sign that your mental health has already been harmed.
Here’s the new top 10:
|Rank||Show||Current Network||Last Week|
|3||The Good Guys||Fox||3|
|6||The Whole Truth||ABC||6|
About this list:
A couple of years ago, DirecTV saved Friday Night Lights by acquiring the rights from NBC to air it first. This summer DirecTV picked up the exclusive rights to Damages, saving it from the cancellation heap. When that happened, the image that popped into my head was of fans of low-rated shows pleading, “help us, Obi Wan DirecTV, you’re our only hope.”
Only shows that are currently airing are eligible for this list. This list isn’t entirely arbitrary as it’s limited only to shows with low-ratings. Fan feedback received directly or via the comments on the site certainly factor into the rankings. Outside of that, it’s definitely arbitrary.
Why not a Top 20? Reasonably speaking the odds of DirectTV saving any show is very bad and again, this list is for entertainment and discussion purposes only. The odds of DirecTV saving another show are very slim, the odds of them saving 10 shows from the list are zero. So why bother with 20? Besides, shows will get canceled, go off the air and be removed from the list and other shows will rise to the top 10.
One more time: This list is for entertainment and discussion purposes only. You can leave 1,000 comments in favor of your show and it’s not going to make a difference. That’s not to say DirecTV might, perhaps, possibly maybe save your show, only that it won’t be as a result of anything that happens with this post. If it simply makes you feel better to show your support for your favorite low-rated show, go for it!
Feel free to quibble with my selections. As I noted, for purposes of this list, I *am* actually influenced somewhat by fan input.