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In the summer, we make renewal and cancellation predictions every last Sunday of the month. So check back on September 24th for the latest!

Although it started out quite good, Salvation has been losing viewers ever since its premiere and is now down to an 0.4 in the all-important Adults 18-49 demographic. Considering it has the best lead-in of the summer with Big Brother right before it, these ratings cannot be called good in any way. Salvation is now a Likely Cancellation.

Zoo is still steady, and there is no reason to change its Likely Renewal prediction. It’s not doing great, but for a third-year summer series, it’s not bad. And CBS probably doesn’t want to cancel both of its scripted summer shows.

ShowStatus / Prediction
ZooLikely Renewal
SalvationLikely Cancellation
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  • Dawn Fore

    Renew Salvation on all access. Give the show more time. Stop making mistakes with your continued cancellation of shows that people want.
    Change your rating system or hire new staff to make better decisions on network shows.
    Otherwise I foresee the end of network TV.
    Not everything on TV needs to be hospital and cop drama shows. Wake up!

    • Why would the networks change their rating system if it measures what they get paid for by advertisers? For the broadcast networks, viewers are not their customers; viewers are the product that networks sell to advertisers.
      I totally agree that not everything needs to be hospital and cop shows, but unfortunately, that is what the majority of people is tuning in to.