break this week Cancellation directionOn Friday, ABC renewed all five remaining text bubble shows.
For those following the track at home, that includes dramas the sky is big (for season 3) and A million little things (for the fifth season), as well as the comedy Conners (for the fifth season), Home Economics (for season 3) and years of wonder (for the second season).
TVLine 2022 Renewal Score Card Updated to reflect all five captures.
Conners This season averaged 4.8 million viewers per week and 0.8 beta ratings (with Live + 7 turned on), down 14 and 27 percent from last season. Among the six comedy series aired by ABC this television season, it is the number one in terms of viewership and relationships Abbott Elementary and Goldberg – and both previously revamped – for number 1 in the demo.
Home Economics ‘ Season two averages 2.9 million weekly viewers and a 0.5 beta rating (with Live+7) turned on, down 17 and 29 percent from the start of the season. Of the six series that ABC aired this television season, it ranked fifth in both metrics.
So far this season, A million little things It averaged 4.1 million weekly viewers and 0.7 beta ratings (with Live+7) turned on—down 20 and 30 percent from Season 3’s numbers. Of the eight dramas aired by ABC this television season, it ranked sixth in viewership and fifth in demo. However, it has the second best DVR bump of any ABC series. (you know: Preliminary discussions are underway for Season 5 A million little things‘Finally, but no final decision has been made.)
the sky is big The second season has an average weekly viewership of 5.8 million and a beta rating of 0.7 (with Live+7) running, down 22 and 26 percent from its new run. Of the eight series that ABC aired this television season, it ranked fifth in both metrics. (Talking about the sky is bigJensen Ackles Officially Coming as a Regular Series in Season Three Full details here.)
finally, years of wonder – which, as mentioned earlier, will be Go ahead sans EP Fred Savage – Average weekly viewership reached 3 million viewers so far and 0.6 beta rating (with Live + 7 running). Of the half-dozen sitcoms aired by ABC this television season, it ranked fourth on both metrics (ahead of the Home Economics And blackish).
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