America’s Funniest Home Videos (1.5): Even YouTube can’t kill it.
Don’t Trust the B– in Apt. 23 (1.6) Cancelled
Castle (2.6): A sure thing. Nathan Fillion’s drama is one of the few solid performers at 10 p.m. on broadcast.
Malibu Country (1.6): Reba McEntire is a reliable performer, but country girl is on the bubble.
Modern Family (5.4): Of course.
Body of Proof (1.2): We can’t see ABC taking a risk on another season. Sorry, Dana Delany.
Dancing with the Stars (2.6): This new season (Andy Dick? Wynonna Judd?) will probably be the show’s lowest rated ever, but ABC won’t give up on the fringe.
Grey’s Anatomy (4.6): Absolutely.
Happy Endings (1.9): The cool kids like it but the masses don’t. Too close to call.
Private Practice (2.4): Final season.
The Neighbors: (2.0) The freshman comedy performs okay but the idea is just so….goofy. Might get renewed just to spite TV critics.
666 Park Avenuee (1.5): Red tagged! Last Resort (2.0): Docked for good
The Taste (1.9): Hmmm, tastes like … the vacant dusty air of a closed restaurant.
Nashville (2.7): One of the best new shows of the season. Yes.
Last Man Standing (1.8): Tim Allen and his new primetime family could go another round.
Red Widow (1.5): Too soon to say, but … look at that premiere number, then look at the average rating of shows with red lines through them.
Once Upon a Time (4.0): Safe despite recent ratings drops.
Revenge (3.5): Nobody thinks the drama had a great second season, but expect it to return for a third.
Scandal (2.9): Hell yes. This soap has risen in the Thursday ratings to come within shouting distance of Grey’s in recent weeks.
Shark Tank (2.1): A total blockbuster — by Friday standards.
Suburgatory (2.6): Stable performer, but not a lock to return.
The Bachelor (3.0): ABC’s not dumping this franchise into a limo anytime soon.
The Middle (2.7): You don’t watch it, we don’t watch it, but somebody’s watching it. So yes.
Zero Hour (1.3): Cancelled