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Our Renew / Cancel Index predicts potential renewal or cancellation for scripted broadcast primetime shows by the end of the 2011-12 season in May, 2012. (includes results through November 20, 2011):
|Program||Status||Renew/ Cancel Index|
|Chuck (F)||final season||0.49|
|The Playboy Club||canceled||0.67|
|Parks & Recreation||1.05|
|Law & Order: SVU||1.11|
|Up All Night||awaiting new timeslot ratings||1.18|
|Whitney||awaiting new timeslot ratings||1.19|
That would be a bit premature.
Fans of full season genre rookies Flashforward and Life On Mars could educatefans on early chicken counting. Both shows got "back 9" orders their freshman seasons, only to be canceled come spring. Other recent non-genre full (or nearly full) season rookies that were canceled included $#*! and .
After dining on three of NBC's new shows already, and with Harry's Law a certain cancellation at its current ratings levels come May, the cancellation bear can be patient with .
it wasn't on the network's mid-season schedule. It's certainly not good news for the show, but NBC insists that the show will return an at unspecified future date, and Sony has given sitcoms away to get a fourth season before, and I think they may do it again, and so the show will drop no lower than a "toss up" for renewal for next season.fans may have freaked out when
starting in mid-season. Their ratings in their new timeslots will be far more relevant to their renewal chances than their ratings this Fall (call it the lesson), and so their predictions are suspended until then. We'll have to wait until January to reassess their chances.and Whitney will be relocated in the NBC schedule
- :oops: - certain to be cancelled by May, 2012
- :cry:- more likely to be cancelled than renewed by May, 2012
- :| - toss up between renewal or cancellation by May, 2012
- :) - more likely to be renewed than cancelled by May, 2012
- :mrgreen: - certain to be renewed by May, 2012
The Renew/Cancel Index is the ratio of a scripted show's new episode adults 18-49 ratings relative to the new episode ratings of the other scripted shows on its own network. It's calculated by dividing a show's new episode Live+Same Day adults 18-49 averageby the Live+Same Day new episode average of all the new scripted show episodes on the show's own network. The network's average ratings in the calculation are not time weighted (ex. hour long shows are not weighted twice what 30 minute shows are).
(F) -Fridays: Shows airing on Fridays were renewed with significantly lower than average Indexes.
How would the Renew / Cancel Index Have Done Predicting Last Season's Scripted Show Fates? Check out how the Renew / Cancel Index predicted renewals and cancellations from the 2010-11 broadcast television season.