CBS - Golden Boy, Vegas cancelled; Elementary, Person Of Interest renewed - Ratings, Cancellations and Renewals 2012-13

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From now on, I will be posting TV Ratings, Renewal and Cancellation updates and Reviews on my own website.

Here, the ratings, cancellations and renewals of CBS's TV shows will be discussed. First, there's a list of the latest cancellations, pick-ups and premiere dates of CBS shows. Freshman shows usually have a 13-episode order and can get picked up for a full season if it does well. Older shows have a full season to start with, which means that they'll stay toss-ups through the Fall season. The 2013 ratings of these shows will be decisive.

Next, you'll find a graph of the Adults 18-49 rating (Why is that demographic so important?) of all current CBS shows, and below that, each show will be discussed individually; what ratings do they get and what could that mean for their future?

Let me know in the comments section what you think about the shows. Which ones would you like to see renewed and which ones should be axed right away?

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Ratings, Cancellations and Renewals on the other networks

Cancellations

Certain Renewals

  • None at the moment

Certain Cancellations

  • None

Toss Up

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Vegas (Cancelled)

(05/11): The cancelled 'Vegas' has a steady rating of 0.9 in adults 18-49 and a total of 7.06 million viewers.

(05/10): Just like I predicted, 'Vegas' has been cancelled.

(05/04): Again dropping in the all-important demographic, 'Vegas' only scored an 0.9 in adults 18-49 this week. Total viewers went down to 7.38 million. Needless to say, the show will definitely be cancelled at the upcoming upfronts. CBS will announce which shows are on its Fall 2013 schedule (and which ones are not) on May 15th, so stay tuned.

(04/27): 'Vegas' shot back up five tenths in the ratings after last week's series low. This week's episode got a rating of 1.0 in the all important demo while 7.5 million people tuned in.

(04/21): A special Saturday episode of 'Vegas' made it lose 0.3 in the ratings. It scored a rating of 0.5 in adults 18-49, and 4.32 million viewers.

(04/13): 'Vegas' lost another tenth, hitting another season low with a 0.8 in the all important demo. On May 10th Vegas' last episode of the season will air, and even though it's not official yet, i'm certain it will be the last episode of the series as well.

(04/06): In its first episode on Friday, 'Vegas' crashed in the ratings, losing more than a third in the all-important demographic. The episode scored a mere 0.9 in adults 18-49. Still, 7.67 million people tuned in, but that doesn't help the show. With these numbers, 'Vegas' will definitely get cancelled.

(03/07): While the show is on a short hiatus, 'Vegas' gets shipped off to Friday nights at 9/8c. Instead, 'Golden Boy' will take the Tuesday at 10/9c timeslot, where it was first scheduled to move to Friday after two episodes. This could mean even more bad news for 'Vegas', which now returns on April 5th.

(02/20): This week's episode of 'Vegas' got a rating of 1.5 in the all important demographic, the exact same rating as the previous episode.

(02/06): A drop in the ratings for 'Vegas' with this week's episode scoring a rating of 1.5, four tenths lower than last week. A total of 10.25 million viewers tuned in to watch. It seems Vegas is back to its former, not so amazing numbers.

(01/30): The rating of this week's episode of 'Vegas' were higher than the previous rating. This episode got a rating of 1.9 in the adults 18-49 demo and 11.23 million people tuned in. This rating is better than the average ratings of 'Vegas' but it's still pretty low compared to other CBS shows.

(01/16): This week's episode of 'Vegas' got a rating of 1.6 in the all important demo, just like last week's episode, and 11.27 million people watched the show. 'Vegas' is certain to be cancelled if ratings don't improve quickly.

(01/09): The ratings of 'Vegas' have remained the same as last year. This week's episode got a rating of 1.6 in the adults 18-49 demo, 10.92 million people tuned in. This isn't a good rating and won't get this show out of the danger zone.

The series premiere of 'Vegas' had the lead-in from 'NCIS LA', but with a 2.5 in the 18-49 demographic this wasn't the best premiere ever. It had 14.85 million viewers in total. The ratings dropped in the following two episodes, but CBS still decided to pick up their second lowest rating freshman show of the season (after 'Made In Jersey') for a full season, which was later cut by one episode to a total of 21.

The following episodes pulled in ratings just over 1.5 in adults 18-48. Total viewers fluctuated around 10 million at the same time. During the winter stop, after having aired 10 episodes, 'Vegas' averages a 1.8 in adults 18-49 and 11 million viewers. On CBS, that makes it a likely cancellation at the start of the second half of the season.

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Golden Boy (Cancelled)

(05/11): Just like 'Vegas', 'Golden Boy' has been cancelled.

(05/08): 'Golden Boy' scored another series low, now at a 1.2 in the demo. That is one tenth down versus last week. Total viewers was also at a series low of 6.99 million, over half a million lower than last week's 7.64 million.

(05/01): If it wasn't for the one episode that aired on a Friday, 'Golden Boy' would have scored a series low. This week's episode scored a 1.3 in adults 18-49, whereas the actual series low was a 1.0. Total viewers dropped to 7.64 million.

(04/24): Now dropping to a 1.4 in adults 18-49, 'Golden Boy' will certainly be cancelled. 7.94 million people tuned in.

(04/17): 'Golden Boy' was steady at a 1.5 in the adults 18-49 demographic with 8.07 million viewers.

(04/10): 'Golden Boy' got a slightly higher rating than last week. This episode got a 1.5 in the all important demo and 7.9 million people tuned in.

(04/03): The ratings of 'Golden Boy' dropped by one tenth to an 1.3 in adults 18-49. A total of 7.83 million people tuned in. 'Golden Boy' deserved itself a spot in the Certain Cancellation list.

(03/27): This week, 'Golden Boy' dropped down to a 1.4 in adults 18-49. Total viewers went down to 8.07, bringing the show closer to being downgraded to a Certain Cancellation.

(03/20): Still climbing, 'Golden Boy' hit the 1.7 mark this week. Total viewers went up to 9.26 million. If the show keeps going up in the ratings, it might just be upgraded to a Toss Up.

(03/13): 'Golden Boy' is back up to its previous Tuesday ratings of 1.5, after last Friday's horrible 1.0. Total viewers went back up to 8.53 million, leaving the show more and more likely (and perhaps even already certain) to be cancelled.

(03/09): On 'Golden Boy's one-time trip to Fridays, it lost 0.6 or 38% in the coveted adults 18-49 demographic, going down to a 1.0. Total viewers dropped to 7.41. Next Tuesday's airing will be far more telling, but the signs are definitely not good for 'Golden Boy'.

(03/07): CBS seems to have a lot more confidence in 'Golden Boy' than I do. The network announced that the show will stay in the Tuesdays at 10/9c timeslot, except for this Friday (confusing, right). Earlier, 'Golden Boy' was scheduled to move to Fridays at 9/8c, but 'Vegas' will make that same move instead, now.

(03/06): 'Golden Boy' drops even further to a 1.6 in the all important demo, with 9.4 million people watching. This drop was expected, since a premiere very often does better than the second episode.

(02/27): It's just the first episode of 'Golden Boy', but it is already a Likely Cancellation. The episode got a rating of 1.8 in the adults 18-49 demographic. This is a low rating for an ordinary episode, but real bad for a series premiere. This show does deserve a little slack since it's only it's first episode and who knows, maybe by some miracle the next episode will do much better.

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Person Of Interest (Renewed)

(05/10): A steady rating of 2.4 in adults 18-49 for 'Person Of Interest'. 12.98 million people tuned in to watch what was this season's final episode.

(05/03): 'Person Of Interest' scored another 2.4 in the all important demo. A total of 12.96 million people tuned in.

(04/26): The renewed 'Person Of Interest' scored a rating of 2.4, dropping three tenths, and got a total viewer count of 13.22 million.

(04/05): Since it was already renewed solely for the statisticians among us: 'Person Of Interest' scored a 2.7 in the adults 18-49 demographic and got 14.57 million viewers last night.

(03/27): 'Person Of Interest' was renewed by CBS, as was bound to happen sooner or later. Other renewals include 'Elementary', '2 Broke Girls', 'The Good Wife', 'The Amazing Race', both 'NCIS' and 'NCIS:LA', and other shows.

(03/15): This week's rating of 'Person Of Interest' is a 2.9 in the adults 18-49 demo. Just like last week 14.34 million people tuned in.

(03/08): This week 'Person Of Interest' lost another tenth, bringing the rating to a 2.8 in the all important demo. In total 14.57 million people tuned in.

(02/22): 'Person Of Interest' loses another tenth this week, getting a rating of 2.9 in the 18-49 demographic. A total of 14.22 million people watched the episode. It seems the prediction I made last week was right!

(02/15): Over the last few weeks 'Person Of Interest' lost one tenth every week. This week's episode got a rating of 3.0 in the all important demo and 14.87 million people tuned in. Will next week's episode have a rating of 2.9?

(02/08): Steady at a 3.1 in adults 18-49 and with 14.88 million viewers, 'Person Of Interest' is still very likely to get renewed.

(02/01): Another week of good ratings for 'Person Of Interest'. This week's episode got a rating of 3.2 in the adults 18-49 demo and 15.71 million people tuned in.

(01/11): After 'Person Of Interest' got a series high last week, this week the ratings remain high. This episode got a rating of 3.3 in the all important demo and 15.67 million people tuned in. This is still well above the average rating 'Person of Interest' managed to score this season.

(01/04): This week 'Person Of Interest' manages to get a series high with a rating of 3.4 in the adults 18-49 demo and 16.23 million people watching. These high ratings are probably due to the fact that most networks are running repeats.

'Person Of Interest's second season premiered with a 3.1 in the adults 18-49 demographic. It had 14.27 million people watching. The following nine episodes (ten of the second season have aired before the Holidays) were very steady at a rating just under 3.0, with often over 14 million people watching. These ratings make sure that 'Person Of Interest' will see a third season.

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Elementary (Renewed)

(05/10): A slightly dropped rating of 1.8 for 'Elementary' this week, with a total viewer count of 9.15 million.

(05/03): 'Elementary' has them same rating as last week's episode. This episode got a rating of 2.0 in the adults 18-49 demo while 9.75 million people tuned in.

(04/26): Upon news of its renewal, some people seem to have stopped watching 'Elementary', resulting in a series low rating of 2.0 in adults 18-49. Total viewers was 10.07 million.

(04/05): The already renewed 'Elementary' got a 2.1 in the all-important demographic and 10.48 million viewers in total.

(03/27): CBS announced the renewal of 'Elementary' today, among 14 other shows, including 'Person Of Interest', '2 Broke Girls', both 'NCIS' and 'NCIS:LA', 'The Good Wife' and 'The Amazing Race'.

(03/15): After two weeks without 'Elementary' the show is back with a rating of 2.3 in the all important demo. A total of 11.33 million people tuned in.

(02/22): Another steady rating for 'Elementary' this week, with a 2.4 in the 18-49 demo and a total viewer count of 11.19 million.

(02/15): 'Elementary's rating is even with last week's episode, meaning it got a rating of 2.3 in the all important demo. In total 10.98 million people tuned in.

(02/08): In its first regular airing after the Super Bowl, it becomes clear that 'Elementary' hasn't managed to profit from the exposure it got last Sunday. In fact, this week's ratings are at the exact same level as before, with a 2.2 in adults 18-49 and 10.84 million viewers. The only thing 'Elementary' has gained from the Super Bowl is a series high of a 7.8 in the demo, but what is that worth if it still might get cancelled?

(02/04): 'Elementary' got awarded the post-Super Bowl slot, which means high ratings. However this edition of the Super Bowl had a power outage of 34 minutes, causing 'Elementary' to start at 11:11pm EST. Therefore it is not surprising that the 7.8 in the adults 18-49 demo and 20.8 million viewers it got are very low compared to other post-Super Bowl shows.

(02/01): 'Elementary' lost another 0.2 in the ratings. This week's episode got a rating of 2.2 in the all important adults demo and 10.8 million people watched this episode.

(01/11): This week's episode of 'Elementary' got a rating of 2.4 in the adults 18-49 demo, 11.48 million people tuned in. The show manages to keep up with the ratings is was able to pull in last year.

(01/04): Not just 'Person Of Interest' did good in the ratings yesterday, 'Elementary' managed to pull in pretty good ratings as well. This week's episode got a rating of 2.6 in the all important demo, which is 0.3 higher than last episode. Total viewers was 11.44 million. We'll have to wait another week so see whether the ratings will drop if the other networks stop running repeats.

CBS's Sherlock Holmes adaptation 'Elementary' premiered with a solid 3.1 in the all-important demographic and 13.29 million people watching. After dropping eight tenths over the next two episodes, CBS still gave the show the nine back order. From that point on, it remained steady around a 2.2 rating in adults 18-49 and total viewers just over 10 million.

On average, over its first 10 episodes, 'Elementary' got a 2.4 rating and 10.9 million people watching. This average will probably shoot up later this season, because the show got awarded the coveted post-Super Bowl timeslot (and added two more episodes, to a total of 24). Perhaps that will help the show attract some more viewers, because it definitely needs that in order to earn a second season.

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2 Broke Girls (Renewed)

(05/07): '2 Broke Girls' adds one tenth to the rating, bringing it to a 2.7 in the adults 18-49 demo. A total of 7.97 million people tuned in.

(04/30): This week's episode of '2 Broke Girls' got a rating of 2.6 in the all important demo. In total 7.85 million people tuned in.

(04/16): The first episode after '2 Broke Girls' was renewed got a 2.4 in the adults 18-49 demo, a series low rating. The rating dropped with six tenths compared to the previous episode and four tenths compared to the previous series low. This is a huge drop, but this has probably to do with the preemptions due to the coverage of the bombings in Boston.

(03/27): As predicted, CBS renewed '2 Broke Girls'. Other renewals include 'Elementary', 'Person Of Interest', both 'NCIS' and 'NCIS:LA', 'The Good Wife' and 'The Amazing Race'.

(03/26): '2 Broke Girls' did not fully recover from its drop last week. This week's rating is a 3 in adults 18-48 and 8.76 million people tuned in. The ratings are still well above average.

(03/19): '2 Broke Girls' made a big drop of five tenths after a hiatus of two weeks, bringing this week's rating to a 2.8 in the adults 18-49 demo, a series low for the show. Amazingly, this big drop isn't the end of the world for '2 Broke Girls', this rating is just an average rating of CBS.

(02/26): '2 Broke Girls' drops two tenths in the ratings compared to last week. Over the past weeks the ratings have dropped gradually, but '2 Broke Girls' had such high ratings it is still not in the danger zone. This week's episode got a rating of 3.3 in the all important demo.

(02/19): '2 Broke Girls' drops again by one tenth. This episode got a rating of 3.5 in the adults 18-49 demo while 10.25 million people were watching.

(02/12): This week's episode of '2 Broke Girls' got a rating of 3.6 in the adults 18-49 demo, in total 10.90 million people watched the show. The ratings are dropping a bit, but they remain high.

(02/05): '2 Broke Girls' got another 3.7 in the all important demo and 11.36 million viewers.

(01/22): The rating of '2 Broke Girls' dropped a bit compared to last week, but it is still very good. This episode got a rating of 3.7 in the all important demo while 11.56 million people tuned in.

(01/15): The first episode of the year for '2 Broke Girls' did very well. The episode attracted 12.45 million viewers and got a rating of 4.1 in the adults 18-49 demo. This is the same rating as the previous season high.

In its second season, '2 Broke Girls' is doing great in the ratings, just like it did in its first season. This season premiered with a 3.7 in the demo and 10.14 million viewers. It Now that it's Christmas, after airing 12 episodes, the show averages a 3.5 in adults 18-49 and 9.9 million viewers. This makes it an absolute lock for renewal.

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Made In Jersey (Cancelled)

'Made in Jersey' premiered with an extremely low 1.1 in the 18-49 demographic. After the second episode, which got an 0.8 rating, CBS had no choice but to yank the show off the air immediately. The rest of the episodes were burned off on Saturdays, where it rated 0.3's.

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Partners (Cancelled)

Following the eighth season premiere of 'How I Met Your Mother' with a 3.4 in adults 18-49, 'Partners' premiered with not-that-great numbers at 2.4 in the demo. Last year, freshman comedy 'How To Be A Gentleman' got essentially cancelled after two episodes rating a 2.7 and 2.5. Considering that, and seeing 'Partners' drop to ratings below 2.0, it is a miracle that it made it to 6 episodes before it got cancelled. (However, average ratings for all shows on all networks are much lower than they were last season, but that is an entirely different story.)

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Sunshine625 4 years ago from Orlando, FL

I tried to like, but just can't find a good reason to like Two Broke Girls. Matthew Perry's new show I'm In or On It? I don't remember the name, but the show is a flop. I still love Chandler! :)


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Robin Oatley 4 years ago Author

Hi Linda,

I'm not the biggest fan of 2 Broke Girls either, I watched about half of the first season but just couldn't stick to it.

Matthew Perry's show is called Go On and it's over at NBC. I quite like the show and for NBC measures, it is doing great in the ratings. You should check out my hub on that ;)

Thanks for reading and commenting!


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina

Two Broke Girls got my attention initially but it got old quickly. After How I Met Your Mother, I lost interest.


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Sunshine625 4 years ago from Orlando, FL

Oops I had the incorrect station. I had the "on" correct! :)


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Robin Oatley 4 years ago Author

Hi Alecia,

Did you miss the premiere of Partners in between How I Met Your Mother and 2 Broke Girls completely, then? ;)

I still have to watch How I Met Your Mother, there is so much to see now that the TV season has kicked off! And I'll have to do it quickly, before I read spoilers somewhere..


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Robin Oatley 4 years ago Author

Linda, that's a good start! ;)


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina

Hi Robin,

I did miss the premiere of Partners completely as well as 2 Broke Girls- I wanted to see The Voice more. Yeah HIMYM had a lot of information so the sooner you watch the better.


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cperuzzi 4 years ago from Freehold, NJ

Partners was probably dropped due to the deafening sounds of "clicks" as people went for their remotes following the show preceding it.

As far as Elementary is concerned - and I say this as a dedicated Sherlockian - their market is locked as the people seek something to satisfy their "Cumberbach fix". People will watch the lesser Holmes until the BBC comes back with Season 3 of Sherlock OR until Downey Jr. finishes his 3rd film.


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Robin Oatley 4 years ago Author

Hi cperuzzi,

You are probably right, a lot of people tuned out after How I Met Your Mother and tuned back in when 2 Broke Girls started. So tomorrow, it might turn out that even a repeat of Two And A Half Men keeps more viewers tuned in to CBS all night than Partners did. I must admit that I quite liked the show actually. It was certainly not great, but amusing at least.

Your point on Elementary might be right. However most US viewers watching Elementary don't have access to BBC shows (unless with a big delay through BBC America) and UK viewers don't have access to CBS shows immediately.

Thanks for reading and commenting!


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cperuzzi 4 years ago from Freehold, NJ

As far as the BBC show... sadly, you're right. It took years to get our cable company (Cablevision) to bring us BBC America.

There was a solution to getting some of the shows - for a very small amount of money, you can download them on iTunes ($1-$3 per episode). This was something we'd discovered when we could not catch the latest Doctor Who.

The other was slightly more expensive which was "wait for the DVD season release".

I have become a fan of a lot of the CBS shows and feel that they are on the upswing with shows like The Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother, and Hawaii Five-O.


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Robin Oatley 4 years ago Author

I know it is really hard to watch foreign shows shortly after they air in their country of origin. Whether it is a US show in Europe or the other way around. Sadly, this encourages illegally downloading episodes, which mustn't be what the production companies intend for their shows.

Though CBS is a safe network, with many police procedurals and multi-camera sitcoms, it also has some of the greatest hit shows and is consistently at the top of the big four networks (I discreetly don't mention The CW here..) in terms of ratings.


Don 3 years ago

Really liked Vegas. Hate to see it go. I'm a Dennis Quaid fan. Enjoyed the interaction with the good guys & the bad guys of the '50s.


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Robin Oatley 3 years ago Author

Hi Don,

It is always a shame knowing that a show you like gets such low ratings that it will not get another season. However, Vegas will probably air all 21 episodes ordered for the first season. So you won't have to miss it just yet.

Thanks for reading and commenting!


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cperuzzi 3 years ago from Freehold, NJ

I seen nothing on the docket that would warrant a "Firefly" level of idiocy in cancellations. It seems that everything on the slate falls under the "meh" criterion. Nothing good but nothing terrible.

I'm still mourning over the cancellation of the renewed "Kolchek: The Nightstalker" - but that sin was on ABC.


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Robin Oatley 3 years ago Author

Cperuzzi, CBS is a network that always plays it safe. However, it does that very good. It has been on top for a while now with its police procedurals and multi-camera comedies. While they have the biggest hits on TV right now, CBS is not a network you go to for innovative shows, and that can sometimes seem 'meh', I agree ;)

Thanks for reading and commenting!


michael 3 years ago

cbs is doing its absolute best to toss vegas under the bus no matter what...playing musical chairs with golden boy, no new episodes for over a month for vegas, re-runs of vegas tonite, no wait, maybe friday night...do they really think this is the way to find out if a show is going to be lucrative ratings-wise?

all in the family was an absolute flop its first season, but it was the summer re-runs where it found its audience and the rest was history...

too many network execs wanna make drastic decisions based on a week or two of airings, boy those people must be afraid of losing their jobs quick...golden boy is tuesdays, no wait, fridays, no wait tuesdays...makes me think they are next going to invent a new day of the week to air it...and vegas stands in the corner like a disciplined child wondering what it did wrong and where it fits in when all the hubub over the losing-ratings golden boy is all said and done...perhaps the execs at cbs should go watch the movie "network" again...because with the way they are going, they will indeed be the first network to literally kill and its cast because of low ratings.

absolute stupidity


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Robin Oatley 3 years ago Author

I agree with you that changing the air date won't help to get better ratings, but both Golden Boy and Vegas are lost causes anyway. The ratings are just not good enough, and nothing will be able to get the ratings up to a level where the shows won't be cancelled. You don't need eight weeks of bad ratings to know a show isn't going to work, if the ratings are bad the first two weeks no one is going to watch the show the third week.

What would you do if you heard about a show two weeks after the premiere of the series? You hear ratings are pretty bad and friends say it's boring, would you start watching the show? I certainly wouldn't. First of all the show is going to get cancelled. Second, the ratings are bad for a reason, the show isn't any good.

What I'm trying to say is that if the first few episodes have bad ratings, there is no way the coming episodes will do any better. People just won't watch a show when they hear bad things about it.


Shelia Allen 3 years ago

I love the show "Vegas". But the problem with it is the same as with all of the shows that I enjoy on every station these days. A couple shows, then it goes away for a few weeks and then back for a couple more. I really miss the good ole days when you could count on something being on every week. A lot of these shows require you being able to keep up with the story line and who the Characters are, so if it's not consistent, you lose interest. It is the networks fault there aren't enough viewers. We need better scheduling. Who will watch a show if you don't even know when it is gonna be on.


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Robin Oatley 3 years ago Author

Hi Shelia,

I also noticed a lot of networks take their shows off the air for one or two and sometimes even more weeks. Sometimes the reason is obvious for example with the presidential inauguration, other times I don't really get why they do it. I understand there are more weeks than episodes in a season, but I don't get why networks choose to alternate between airing a show and not airing the show. I would prefer one long break and then every week a new episode of my favorite show over several small breaks during a season. I just don't see the logic in doing this.

Thanks for reading and commenting


Emma Pegg luvs Leverage 3 years ago

Bring bk Leverage.... It is 1 ov the TV series ever plz.... Us fans can't live wiv out Leverage


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cperuzzi 3 years ago from Freehold, NJ

Leverage is TNT not CBS.


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Robin Oatley 3 years ago Author

Hi Emma Pegg and cperuzzi,

Leverage was indeed on TNT. In any case, cancelled series rarely, if ever, come back on TV, so I'm afraid you're out of luck.


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cperuzzi 3 years ago from Freehold, NJ

Unless, of course, you're Seth McFarlane and you're dealing with Fox.


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Robin Oatley 3 years ago Author

But then again, nothing is regular with Seth MacFarlane...


cbarbar 3 years ago

Thank you for writing this hub. I watch CBS reality shows a lot and was wondering a week ago what happened to certain shows like, Made in Jersey and Partners--I wasn't seeing their commercials. This hub helped answer my thoughts--now I know they were cancelled. Useful and voted up!


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Robin Oatley 3 years ago Author

Hi cbarbar,

I'm glad I could be of help! It's the whole reason I wrote this hub, and the hubs about other networks, so it's nice to see you found your answer.

Thanks for reading and commenting!


gene grossman 3 years ago

Being a Sherlock Holmes fan for years, I enjoy Miller's version of him, but if he doesn't learn to talk a little slower, I think the studio should consider adding some captions to help us decipher his rapid-fire British accent.

G.G. - LegalMystery.com


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Robin Oatley 3 years ago Author

Hi Gene,

Perhaps watching more British series will help you with that. Because of your love for Sherlock Holmes, I would say the UK series 'Sherlock', starring Benedict Cumberbatch, would be perfect for that. Not only do they speak British, it is, in my opinion, also one of the best Sherlock Holmes series ever made.

Thanks for reading and commenting!


missing vegas 3 years ago

bring vegas back1


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Robin Oatley 3 years ago Author

Sorry, that's not going to happen. Perhaps you can find yourself a new show next fall!

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