Monday, October 13, 2014

First Two Weeks, Stalker


Reminder: Games for Selfie and Manhattan Love Story are still open till Wednesday!

WEEK ONE
Rating: 2.0
Lead-in: Criminal Minds (2.7 overall, 2.6 at 9:30)
Competition: Nashville (1.6 before Nielsen revision), Chicago PD (1.5).

WEEK TWO
Rating: 1.7 (-15%)
Lead-in: Criminal Minds (2.3 overall).
Competition: Nashville (1.5 before Nielsen revision), Chicago PD (1.5).

Will this show get a second season? You make the call!

To play the game, here are your submission choices:
1) "Renew (Not Confident)" or "Cancel (Not Confident)": +1 point for a win, 0 points for a loss.
2) "Renew (Confident)" or "Cancel (Confident)": +2 points for a win, -2 points for a loss.

These choices must be locked by Thursday, October 16 at 6:00 am ET.

3) You may also guess "Renew" or "Cancel" after the deadline, up to exactly one week later. ALL guesses in this period will be worth +1 point for a win and -1 point for a loss. You can NOT change a guess after the deadline if you submitted before the deadline.

23 comments:

Spot said...

Cancel (confident).

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Cancel (Confident). Maybe it'll get a full season pickup, but by the end of the season I can't see it looking renew-worthy.

Spot said...

Doesn't look like it has a chance to make it to 88, which for CBS likely means they don't get it past 22. Cancel (Confident). Not very confident, though!

Spot said...

Cancel (confident). I don't see CBS renewing all of their marginal 10 PM dramas and this one is clearly the most disadvantaged, being a first-year show.

Spot said...

Cancel (confident). I have to say though that I am starting to believe going confident against Madam Secretary. Maybe yesterday's numbers change this for me again, but I thought last week's uptick was decent enough for a third week and I honestly am not sure how could CBS have expected much better. In Stalker's case though, I think they clearly should have expected much better considering the lead-in and the competition that set up the show so well.

Spot said...

Cancel confident.

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Cancel (confident).

I agree with roare93, with all 10 PM dramas being at roughly same (pretty low) level, rookie with no syndication income is clearly one that will be axed. Moreover, I'm 99% sure Stalker won't get back 9 order. Some other year, maybe. But given Scorpion and NCIS: New Orleans are clearly outrating it, plus CBS having 3 dramas on the bench (and Undercover Boss too), chances for back 9 are almost zilch.

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Cancel (confident)

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Cancel (confident)

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Cancel (confident) It's just too disappointing in a high-profile spot.

Spot said...

CSI probably would have pulled similar numbers to Stalker. That's a bad thing for the newbie since CBS was looking for time period improvement. And not being from the sister company CBS Studios means there's no upside to ordering a backend, let alone 3 more seasons.

Cancel (Confident)

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cancel (confident)

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Cancel (confident)

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Cancel (Confident)

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Cancel (Confident)

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Cancel (confident)

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Cancel (Confident)

I'd imagine CBS is disapointed in Stalker's performance given how weak the competition is in the timeslot.

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Cancel (Confident)

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Cancel (confident)

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Cancel (confident).

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Cancel (Confident)

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Cancel (confident)

Poor Maggie Q :-(

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Cancel Confident

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