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This is the final week of Renew / Cancel Index posts for the season, and since the fate of all the current broadcast shows should be known by the coming weekend, so as is our custom, we play Oddsmakers (hat tip, PTI) with our final renewal chance guesses of the season.
Check back during the week, the status of each show will be updated as we learn the news.
Our final guesses of RENEWAL chances:
|Status||Tom Shaw||The Cancel Bear|
|A to Z||canceled|
|Parks & Recreation||final season|
|One Big Happy||canceled 5/8||0%||0%|
|Marry Me||canceled 5/8||0%||10%|
|About A Boy||canceled 5/8||15%||10%|
|State of Affairs||canceled 5/8||0%||10%|
|The Mysteries of Laura||renewed 5/8||20%||25%|
|AD: The Bible Continues||TBD||65%||40%|
|The Night Shift||renewed 5/8||75%||55%|
|Law & Order: SVU||renewed|
Given that NBC picked up two new medical series last week, the Cancel Bear’s still marginally positive on his prediction for a renewal of The Night Shift. Whether it will return to the NBC regular season or summer is beyond the ability of the bear to accurately predict.
NBC (and CBS) is where the cancellation bear is bracing for prediction misses. With three NBC shows between 40-75% renewal chance, missing any of those wouldn’t shock the bear. He feels a little better about hitting all those marginal predictions on NBC than on CBS, but only a little better.
The bear missed two NBC predictions last season (Community renewal, Growing Up Fisher renewal).
As you’ll see in all the Oddsmakers posts, the cancellation bear and Tom Shaw (Bubble Watch) are boringly similar in all but one show’s prediction (AD: The Bible Continues).
To those who claim “You never make an up or down call!”, please take all of my guesses above 50% as thumbs up, and below 50% as thumbs down with their distance from 50% being my level of confidence.
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How have the Renew / Cancel Index predictions worked out in past seasons? See all the Renew / Cancel Index predicted renewals and cancellations from recent past television seasons.