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Well, because I think I had fun doing this last week (maybe I just deluded myself), I decided to go ahead and do it again this week. Now this will probably be my last week doing this, because while there's still one or two series premieres still to come after this week most of the rest of the series premieres won't be coming along 'til mid-season once this week concludes.

So, I posted my predictions for the first week of the broadcast season and I got some right and some wrong.
(Here are the entries for Week One series premiere ratings: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.)

Anyway, again when I say no series premieres on this night, I mean there are no new series premiering, but there might be returning shows premiering on those nights. And I'll also be noting rises or drops for last weeks (and the week before) series premieres.


Again, I am not a professional, but really is anyone actually a professional at these things? I think if there was there'd probably never be a miss that made it to air - if it was possible to accurately know these things only the hits would make it to our TVs.

Sunday, September 25, 2011:

ABC:

Pan Am - Honestly, I really have no idea how it will do over the course of the season, because it has some hype behind it and it will be airing behind the final season of Desperate Housewives so the first episode should at least get a decent sampling the rest is up to the show itself. However, since The Playboy Club (NBC) failed, I think I'm gonna at least say that this one will get a full season.

CBS:

No series premiere on this night for CBS.

CW:

The CW does not program Sunday night anymore.

FOX:

No series premiere on this night for FOX.

NBC:

No series premiere on this night for NBC.

Monday, September 26, 2011:

ABC:

No series premiere on this night for ABC.

CBS:

No series premiere on this night for CBS.

CW:

Hart of Dixie - Considering how Ringer and The Secret Circle failed to live up to expectations I'm almost scared to even make a guess on this one. That and I'm starting to wonder if this might (despite all evidence to the contrary) end up being a sleeper hit for the CW. It's happened before - a network backs one show (or two) thinking it'll be a hit, and then is surprised when another show is actually the one to break-out. On the other hand, this is the CW, and I suspect Terra Nova will rule this night.

FOX:

Terra Nova - I expect big numbers (around where The X Factor debuted, but maybe a little higher) for the first episode, which is good because this series isn't cheap so it needs big numbers, and if it doesn't fall fast it'll probably get a season two since this one isn't meant to be season long it won't have as much time to fall as other shows will.

NBC:

No series premiere on this night for NBC.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011:

No series premieres for any network on this night.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011:

ABC:

Suburgatory - Since I labeled this the year of the comedy I guess I have to guess that this one will at least premiere decently. But otherwise I haven't heard much (anything really) about this one. So, I don't really know, but I suspect it will get a pretty good sampling, but really ain't sure about more then that.

CBS:

No series premieres on this night for CBS.

CW:

No series premieres on this night for the CW.

FOX:

No series premieres on this night for FOX.

NBC:

No series premieres on this night for NBC.

Thursday, September 29, 2011:

ABC:

No series premieres on this night for ABC.

CBS:

How to Be a Gentlemen - This one does not look appealing at all, so it'll probably end up being the new Two and a Half Men. Seriously, I'm only half joking, though admittedly even I like Two and a Half Men and still How to Be a Gentlemen doesn't look like it'll even be up to that low standard. So probably a decent sampling followed by a slow fall, and will probably be the one CBS comedy that doesn't make it to a second season.

CW:

NO series premieres on this night for the CW.

FOX:

No series premieres on this night for FOX.

NBC:

No series premieres on this night for NBC.

Friday, September 30, 2011:

No series premieres for any network on this night.



Hear ye! HEAR YE! The following are my guesses for which shows will be gone by mid-season (if not sooner), which shows will at least last until the end of the current season, and which shows will be back again next season!
(Since I was wrong about some of my first week guesses I moved some shows around to the section where their premiere ratings suggest they really belong.)

The following shows won't even get a full 22 episode season:

The Playboy Club (moved from last week)

H8R (moved from last week, though because it is cheap reality it could eek out a full season in spite of crap ratings.)

Charlie's Angels (moved from last week)

Prime Suspect (same as last week)

A Gifted Man (moved from last week)

The following shows will be one and done (they'll get a full season, but no more):

Pan Am (new!)

Ringer - (Yep, I'm standing by one and done for Ringer, though it does depend on how will it and the rest of the CW line-up holds, but mostly I'm keeping this at one and done because of my suspicions that it probably costs the CW more then other first season shows.)

Free Agents - (same as last week)

How to Be a Gentlemen (new!)

Person of Interest (same as last week)

Suburgatory (new! And honestly I'm iffy on this one.)

The following shows will get renewed for a second season:

2 Broke Girls (same as last week)

Terra Nova (new!)

Hart of Dixie (new!)

Unforgettable (same as last week, but for a different reason - I don't think CBS will want to can all their new dramas, and I think Unforgettable will hold up slightly better then Person of Interest despite PoI starting higher.)

New Girl (same as last week)

The X Factor (same as last week)

Up All Night (same as last week)

Whitney (moved from last week)

The Secret Circle (same as last week, though if it falls again this week it will be moved to one and done next week, cause while this show is probably a tad cheaper then Ringer it does have a few expensive (I'm guessing) special effects.)
 
 
 
 
 
 
I'm waiting for CSI Miami tonight. I can't wait to see if Natalia and Horatio managed to stay alive.


Terra Nova premieres this week? OH! Goodie! I've been waiting for that one.
Well, I guess since I didn't see this until Monday - you all ready know all about CSI suvivors and all.

And, yeah, TN premieres tonight with two full hours.