21 October 2007


Oh, I'm going to embark on a crazy week beginning tomorrow. And I still haven't catch up on the previous episodes!

Anyway, so, one month after the season premieres...which new TV show do you think is bowing out? Based on the poll I ran for 6 weeks, visitors of my blog think Cavemen will be the first one canceled, with 17 votes or 28%.

Well, the show is hanging in there but yes, it isn't doing very well. But officially, Nashville is this season's the first casualty...although it wasn't included in my poll selection.

On Sept. 25, TV Week reports:
Looks like Fox isn’t going let “Nashville” coast after all. After two episodes, the network is pulling the Friday night docu-soap reality show in favor of “K-Ville” repeats for at least two weeks. The show debuted to a 1.0 rating among adults 18 to 49, then dropped to a 0.8 last week.
As for the rest of the series?
  • Gossip Girl is officially the first new show picked up for a full season.
  • The Big Bang Theory is officially the first new sitcom to get a full season order.
  • Additional scripts were ordered for the following series: Journeyman, Cane, Chuck, Bionic Woman, and Life
  • Private Practice is leading the pack of new shows in terms of ratings. Update: It has gotten a full season order. Dirty Sexy Money is also fairing better.
But it's not all good. There is still some uncertainty for all of the shows we're watching this season because of the looming Writers' Strike, which sources say, could take effect anytime this week.