In less than three weeks, the broadcast nets will reveal their 2013-14 fall lineups to advertisers in New York City. Here’s our final take on which broadcast shows we think will go forward into next season — and which titles the networks will leave behind. (Each show is accompanied by its average rating for the season among adults 18-49 including seven days of DVR.)
Revolution (4.5): RENEWED
Animal Practice: Cancelled after four episodes
Chicago Fire (2.4): RENEWED
Community (1.6): If anything, it will earn a 13-episode pickup.
Deception (1.8): Cancelled
Do No Harm: Cancelled
Grimm (2.5): RENEWED
Law & Order: SVU (2.1): RENEWED
Hannibal (1.6): Still too early to call, though last week’s ratings dip wasn’t a great sign.
Off Their Rockers (1.7): We don’t expect Betty White to stop rocking anytime soon.
30 Rock (1.9): Final season
Go On (2.3): Cancelled
The New Normal (2.1): It’s very weak, but NBC can’t cancel its whole schedule. This one depends on the strength of NBC’s comedy pilots.
Guys with Kids (1.6): Cancelled
Parenthood (2.8): RENEWED
Parks & Recreation (2.0): RENEWED
Ready for Love: (1.5) Cancelled
Smash (1.4): The curtain is closing. That new Saturday slot wasn’t a reward.
Celebrity Apprentice (1.7). We’d stop it if we could. But Donald will return.
The Biggest Loser (2.8): Like HDLs, it’s still the good kind of fat to have around.
The Office (2.6): Final season Rock Center With Brian Williams (1.0): Cancelled
The Voice (5.2, 4.7): RENEWED
Up All Night (1.7): Cancelled Whitney (1.5): Cancelled 1600 Penn (1.5). Cancelled