NBC: After its finale, Crossing Lines is now absolutely Certain to be Cancelled
By Daniel Redford on August 25, 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)
Crossing Lines dropped to a series low 0.4 in adults 18-49 in its two-hour finale. You don’t have to be a genius to see that these are absolutely horrible ratings, and that the show is even more Certain to be Cancelled than it has been before. There is no way NBC is going to bet on a show that is doing this bad.
Camp failed to impress this week, matching its series low 0.9. However, not all hope is lost, since it still is NBC’s highest rating scripted summer fare.
Siberia was steady at its series low 0.7, so unless NBC will go for a desperate renewal because they want to bring more than one scripted show to next summer, this show is a goner.
|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|