Lucky 7 (ABC): Point 7 is more like it… The show was yanked after dropping to a 0.7 demo rating in its second episode
CBS pulled this guy-centric comedy after only two episodes, after it squandered its impressive “How I Met Your Mother” lead-in.
DOESN’T LOOK GOOD
Welcome to the Family (NBC): It started slowly and dropped to a 0.8 in week two; but it’s only part of NBC’s Thursday woes.
Technically a “limited” series, but with a cast including Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott, CBS likely would’ve found a way to extend the concept if the ratings had been stronger.
Ironside (NBC): A reboot that nobody was clamoring for has predictably produced small numbers. It doesn’t help to be opposite “CSI.”
Sean Saves the World (NBC): Peacock thought Sean Hayes would be a draw, but audiences didn’t take to his new show.
Michael J. Fox’s return to primetime television was short-lived. NBC originally ordered 22 episodes of the comedy but only 15 ever made it to air.
NOT TOO HOT BUT COULD RALLY
Trophy Wife (ABC): In a positive sign, it held steady from week two to three; seems like it would mesh well with “Modern Family.”
Dads (Fox): Fox thought the broad show from Seth MacFarlane could open a night, but it has struggled so far.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox): Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher are fun to watch; Fox might try it after “New Girl” at some point.