Ratings Update: Which New Fall Shows Are Safe? Which Are in Danger? (PHOTOS)
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All Rise (CBS)
The L.A.-set legal drama starring Simone Missick is on the bubble, though CBS did give it a vote of confidence in October with a “back order” for additional episodes.
Almost Family (Fox)
The long-lost-sibling comedy is likely to be canceled after Fox chose not to order more episodes and then relegated the show to Saturday nights.
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Batwoman (The CW)
The CW renewed its latest Arrowverse title along with a dozen other shows in January.
Bless the Harts (Fox)
Fox renewed the animated family comedy—featuring the voices of Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, and other comics—in October.
Bluff City Law (NBC)
The Memphis legal drama starring Jimmy Smith and Caitlin McGee is likely to be canceled after finishing its 10-episode debut season in November.
Bob ♥ Abishola (CBS)
The Chuck Lorre sitcom starring Billy Gardell and Folake Olowofoyeku in the title roles is looking safe. It received a back order in October.
Carol’s Second Act (CBS)
The hospital comedy starring Patricia Heaton is also on the bubble, according to SpoilerTV—though it too got a back order in October.
The paranormal thriller starring Allison Tolman and Alexa Swinton is likely to be canceled, dipping under 2 million live viewers with its two-part season finale.
CBS renewed this supernatural drama starring Katja Herbers and Mike Colter in October.
This second Black-ish spinoff is looking safe, with the best SpoilerTV index of all the new ABC shows.
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Nancy Drew (The CW)
Kennedy McMann can’t put down the famed detective’s magnifying glass just yet: Nancy Drew was one of the 13 shows The CW renewed in January.
Perfect Harmony (NBC)
The church choir comedy starring Bradley Whitford is likely to be canceled, with Deadline speculating that NBC will decide the show’s fate close to May upfronts.
Prodigal Son (Fox)
The crime drama starring Tom Payne and Michael Sheen scored Fox’s first full-season pickup of the fall season, and it’s currently looking safe.
Cobie Smulders’ private eye might be working some of her final cases: The crime drama is likely to be canceled, according to Spoiler TV, though others have said it’s still on the bubble.
The Unicorn (CBS)
The family comedy is earning near-magical ratings, and it’s looking safe for renewal.
The good news? The broadcast TV networks have only officially canceled one freshman fall show so far. (R.I.P. NBC’s Sunnyside.) The bad news? Many more are in the danger zone.
Could Peacock resurrect canceled-too-soon series like 'Freaks and Geeks,' 'Revolution,' and 'Rise'?
SpoilerTV has been tracking the relative ratings of every network show, and we scoped out the data for all the scripted series that debuted this fall on ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and The CW.
Scroll through the gallery above to see how the freshman fall shows are fairing and how likely they are to see Season 2!