Predictions Week 33: #TheGreatIndoors Is 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.

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 The prediction change for The Great Indoors was in last week’s post, but there’s no other major changes in the predictions this week. Next Monday is the start of Reaper Week, when all the news about existing shows will be out. Final predictions on May 8!

The Great Indoors is likely to be canceled.

The reaper’s moved his prediction down to just a 45% renewal chance. Given that it’s a CBS Studios show, there’s no obvious reason it wouldn’t have been renewed with the big batch of earlier CBS renewals except for the fact that it not going to get renewed. Its ratings were well above the CBS scripted average, but, like The Millers, there might be some unknown problem with the show that we may never learn about.

Where did the emojis go? Why did the prediction table change? Explained in the Week 24 post here.

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 The reaper’s running prediction tally this season: 45–0–2

  • Right: Notorious, The Simpsons, Conviction, Pure Genius, Jane The Virgin, Supernatural, Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow, Supergirl, The Flash, Empire, This Is Us, The Middle, The Good Place, Scandal, Greys Anatomy, How To Get Away With Murder, Lucifer, Superstore, Star, Lethal Weapon, The Mick, Doubt, The 100, Training Day, Shades Of Blue, Big Bang Theory, Superior Donuts, Life In Pieces, MacGyver, Hawaii Five-0, Blue Bloods, NCIS:LA, NCIS:NO, Man With A Plan, Kevin Can Wait, Bull, Mom, Madam Secretary, Scorpion, Time After Time, Criminal Minds, The Odd Couple, Powerless
  • Wrong:
  • Draw (renewed or canceled while a toss up): Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Riverdale

Reign, canceled before the reaper had a prediction for it, is not included in the tally above.
 How good have TV Grim Reaper’s predictions been in past seasons? See his past prediction record here.

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