‘SEAL Team,’ ‘All Rise’ & More CBS Shows in Limbo: Which Ones Will Be Renewed?

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While CBS has renewed 11 of its scripted series for the 2021-2022 season, the fates some big-name shows are still up in the air.

Will SEAL Team, All Rise, The Unicorn, B Positive, Clarice, and United States of Al be back for more? (We’re not taking a look at Evil yet because Season 2 has yet to even receive a premiere date.) Will S.W.A.T. lose its Wednesday night partner? Will the Monday night lineup have a new offering at 9/8c?

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Plus, which shows have yet to be renewed or canceled?

Scroll down as we take a look at the ratings (in the key demo among adults 18-49 and total viewers) so far this season compared to last year’s and compare the freshman series to a Season 1 series that has already been renewed, The Equalizer.

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SEAL Team (Currently airing Season 4)

Season 3 average: 0.66 rating, 4.92 million viewers

Season 4 average (so far) is down: 0.5 rating, 4.06 million viewers

SEAL Team has shown similar fluctuations this season as last episode to episode.

Renewal chances: With David Boreanaz at the helm and the loss of two cast members (which can save money), chances are it’ll be back. After all, it wasn’t renewed for the current fourth season until very close to the end of the third.

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All Rise (Currently airing Season 2)

Season 1 average: 0.62 rating, 5.43 million viewers

Season 2 average (so far) is down: 0.47 rating, 4.11 million

While All Rise is down significantly from its first season averages, it, too, is showing similar fluctuations from episode to episode.

Renewal chances: While it’s possible it could be canceled, we wouldn’t be surprised if CBS wants to maintain its Monday block (and the night’s other three shows have already been renewed).

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The Unicorn (Season 2 has aired completely)

Season 1 average: 0.71 rating, 5.66 million viewers

Season 2 average was down: 0.45 rating, 3.61 million viewers

The Unicorn was down in its return and did dip throughout its second season.

Renewal chances: We’re not sure what the future holds for The Unicorn. But its cast may very well help keep it on the air.

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B Positive (Currently airing Season 1)

The Equalizer Season 1 average (so far), six episodes (including one post-Super Bowl): 1.51 rating, 9.81 million viewers; without the Super Bowl episode: 0.79 rating, 7.7 million viewers

B Positive Season 1 average (so far, 14 episodes): 0.58 rating, 4.81 million viewers

The Equalizer was renewed after four episodes, during which its ratings did dip but not significantly. B Positive‘s ratings may not be near the drama’s but they were generally steady until they began to dip with the March 11 episode.

Renewal chances: With Mom ending, it would make sense for CBS to hold onto this Chuck Lorre comedy.

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Clarice (Currently airing Season 1)

The Equalizer Season 1 average (so far), six episodes (including one post-Super Bowl): 1.51 rating, 9.81 million viewers; without the Super Bowl episode: 0.79 rating, 7.7 million viewers

Clarice Season 1 average (so far, seven episodes): 0.38 rating, 3.31 million viewers

Clarice‘s ratings are in the same boat as B Positive‘s: steady, then a dip (with the April 1 episode). That could be contributed to the break between episodes from March 11 to April 1.

Renewal chances: While CBS loves its procedurals (and is losing two, NCIS: New Orleans and MacGyver) and Clarice has the name and Silence of the Lambs link, its ratings are low. Plus, the network has a new FBI coming and a new NCIS possibly on the way.

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United States of Al (Currently airing Season 1)

The Equalizer Season 1 average (so far), six episodes (including one post-Super Bowl): 1.51 rating, 9.81 million viewers; without the Super Bowl episode: 0.79 rating, 7.7 million viewers

United States of Al Season 1 average (so far, three episodes): 0.59 rating, 5.38 million viewers

It’s hard to judge United States of Al after just three episodes, though The Equalizer was renewed after four.

Renewal chances: It may depend on how it does moving forward, especially compared to B Positive. Will CBS keep both Lorre shows?