If CBS ‘S.W.A.T. TVLine readers have a say in this regard, the team will have to knock down more doors next season
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For another season. (Of course, consider that May’s upfront this May could be significantly different due to coronavirus pandemics that could change the timelines for these update/cancellation decisions.)
As of Tuesday night, when the number of votes exceeded 111,000, it was Chelmer Moore’s previous procedure that led the rankings by 14% of the votes.
Throughout the episode on April 8th, SWAT averaged a demo rating of 0.56, with less than 4 million viewers (live + same days), 27% less than the previous season and night. Of the 18 dramas CBS aired during the television season, five have ended or been canceled, ranking 15th in the demo, followed by viewers second (greater than evil).
Two more dramas were ranked second and third in the vote: ABC’s The Rookie (8.5%) and Fox’s The Resident (8.1%) who led this same vote last year.
A pair of freshmen, NBC’s Zoey’s extraordinary playlist (wrapping season 1 on May 3) and Fox’s prodigal son (broadcasting on April 27), completed the grouped Top 5. An elite whose NBC manifest lost just 0.2%.
Among the comedies in the poll, ABC’s single-parent performed well, followed by Bob House Avicola, American housewife, and CBS freshmen.
Meanwhile, on the other side of our 27 program vote, NBC rookie Sitcom Indebted came backward with just 0.28% of the vote.
pleasant! Last year’s polls updated nine of the top ten shows and three of the last few seasons, but only Whiskey Cavalier couldn’t get the pickup. Similarly, only four of the bottom ten received additional seasons.