Adapted from a British variety series, the NBC version opened OK when it aired Tuesdays at 10 behind "America's Got Talent" and "The Voice" last September and October but wasn't strong enough to sustain itself when it moved to the night's leadoff hour.
In Nielsen's "live plus-7" estimates, it averaged a 1.7 rating in adults 18-49 and 5.6 million viewers overall.
A show so dominant last decade that rival network executives called it "The Death Star," the singing competition endured several years of sharp declines before calling it quits in April after 15 seasons.
As a reminder, the eight levels in TVLine’s reliable renewal grid are as follows: ♦ Officially renewed ♦ A sure thing ♦ A safe bet ♦ Could go either way ♦ A long-shot ♦ Essentially cancelled ♦ Officially cancelled ♦ Too early to tell And now, the Scorecard (use these links to jump to CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW).
13 Executive produced — and featuring appearances — by Bryan Cranston, with “Justified” boss Graham Yost as showrunner, and Giovanni Ribisi as a grifter who gets in over his head. 25 Season 1 of this adaptation of Lev Grossman’s bestselling fantasy series more than delivered on its promise of a twisted, adult version of “Harry Potter” and the Narnia series.
Season 2 finds our heroes still struggling against The Beast. 25 The first season of the drama about a cult led by Hugh Dancy and the gradual defection of one of his followers (Aaron Paul) served as a long, well-acted trip.
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