Predictions Week 10: #NoTomorrow & #Frequency Are Likely To Be Canceled


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TV Grim Reaper’s predictions are for scripted broadcast primetime show renewals for the 2017–18 season or cancellations by the end of the 2016–17 season. (The table below includes ratings from Sept. 19, 2016 — Nov. 18, 2016)

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 No Tomorrow and Frequency are likely to be canceled.

CW decided not to order any more episodes of either rookie show. That’s the first time the CW has ordered no new episodes of any Fall rookie show.

Both shows have been effectively tied as the second lowest rated show on the CW since their premieres. Until now, the reaper has kept them at a “toss up” pending the CW mid-season schedule. The release of the mid-season schedule without any new episodes for either show is enough reason to move them to likely canceled.

Its conceivable that ratings or other actions concerning the 5 CW mid-season premiere shows cause those predictions to change, so stay tuned.

Note: Predictions early in a show’s run are likely to change quickly with ratings results. Stay tuned.
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 The reaper’s running prediction tally this season: 3–0–0

  • Right: Notorious, The Simpsons, Conviction
  • Wrong:
  • Draw (renewed or canceled while a toss up):



 18–49 Avg. is the average Live+Same Day adults 18–49 rating for in season original episodes of the show it its regular timeslot.

Network 18–49 average is the average Live+Same Day adults 18–49 rating for all original episodes of all scripted shows on the network. Each network’s ratings average is not time weighted (ie. hour long shows are not weighted twice what 30 minute shows are).

% Network Average (aka, relative rating): The 18–49 avg of the show/its own network avg.

(F) -Fridays: Shows airing on Fridays were renewed with significantly lower than average relative ratings.

How good have TV Grim Reaper’s predictions been in past seasons? See his past prediction record here.

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