NBC: Siberia is Certain to be Cancelled, as is Crossing Lines. Camp is not upgraded to a Likely Renewal just yet.
By Robin Oatley on August 18, 2013
Other recent Renewals and Cancellations on NBC:
- NBC Predictions: Taxi Brooklyn might be renewed (August 24th)
- Working The Engels cancelled by NBC after five episodes (August 20th)
Siberia is definitely the black sheep of drama TV. It seems that half of all viewers are unaware this is in fact not an actual reality TV series gone wrong (kudos to NBC on that one), and the other half are merely watching due to the LOST-effect; desperately wanting answers for all the questions the episodes invoke. However, contrary to LOST, Siberia provides no answers whatsoever. It shows in the ratings; the series is hovering between a 0.7 and a 0.8 in the adults 18-49 demographic. Not enough for a renewal, and in fact not even enough to be a Toss Up or a Likely Cancellation. Siberia is therefore a Certain Cancellation.
Camp was doing really good in the ratings and was on the verge of becoming a Likely Renewal. However, this week it scored a rating of only 0.9, dropping three tenths and scoring a series low rating. Therefore, we cannot upgrade it. However, should the ratings go up again to their former glory, Camp may just be upgraded.
No episode aired for Crossing Lines, so the prediction remains a Certain Cancellation.
|Show||Status / Prediction|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Renewed|
|Parks and Recreation||Renewed|
|Crossing Lines||Certain Cancellation|
|Save Me||Certain Cancellation|
|Guys With Kids||Cancelled|
|The New Normal||Cancelled|
|Up All Night||Cancelled|