Predictions Week 26: #BlacklistRedemption Is Likely To Be Canceled

Share this:
FacebooktwittermailFacebooktwittermail

See all the Reaper’s past predictions here.

TV Grim Reaper’s predictions are for scripted broadcast primetime show renewals for the 2017-18 season or cancellations by the end of the 2016-17 season. 

ABC
Program% Renewal Chance
Secrets And Lies5%
Time After Time15%
Quantico20%
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.25%
The Real O’Neals30%
The Catch55%
Once Upon A Time55%
Dr. Ken80%
Designated Survivor85%
Last Man Standing90%
Fresh Off The Boat90%
Speechless99%
American Housewife99%
The Goldbergs99%
Modern Family99%
black-ish100%
Convictioncanceled
Notoriouscanceled
How To Get Away With Murder renewed
The Middlerenewed
Scandalrenewed
Grey’s Anatomy renewed
CBS
Program% Renewal Chance
Ransom5%
Elementary10%
The Odd Couple40%
2 Broke Girls55%
Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders55%
Code Black 65%
Superior Donuts65%
Criminal Minds 65%
Life in Pieces 85%
Mom90%
MacGyver 90%
Hawaii Five-0 90%
NCIS: Los Angeles 90%
Man With A Plan90%
Kevin Can Wait90%
Great Indoors90%
Blue Bloods 90%
Bull99%
The Big Bang Theory99%
Madam Secretary100%
NCIS: New Orleans100%
Scorpion100%
Training Daycanceled
Pure Geniuscanceled
Doubtcanceled
NCIS renewed
CW
Program% Renewal Chance
No Tomorrow5%
Frequency5%
Reign canceled
The Vampire Diaries canceled
The 100renewed
Riverdalerenewed
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend renewed
Jane The Virginrenewed
Arrowrenewed
Supernaturalrenewed
DC’s Legends Of Tomorrowrenewed
Supergirl renewed
The Flashrenewed
Fox
Program% Renewal Chance
Scream Queens 5%
Sleepy Hollow 10%
The Exorcist 15%
Pitch15%
Rosewood 25%
APB30%
Making History45%
Son of Zorn45%
New Girl45%
24: Legacy55%
The Last Man On Earth75%
Gotham95%
Brooklyn Nine-Nine95%
Family Guy 99%
Bonescanceled
The Mickrenewed
Bob’s Burgersrenewed
Luciferrenewed
Starrenewed
Lethal Weaponrenewed
The Simpsons renewed
Empirerenewed
NBC
Program% Renewal Chance
Emerald City 10%
Powerless15%
Timeless20%
The Blacklist: Redemption25%
Blindspot55%
The Blacklist60%
Shades Of Blue60%renewed 3/17
Taken65%
Chicago Justice75%
Chicago Med99%
Chicago P.D.99%
Law & Order: SVU 99%
Chicago Fire99%
Grimm canceled
The Good Placerenewed
Superstore renewed
This Is Usrenewed


Blacklist: Redemption is likely to be canceled.

Its premiere ratings put it immediately in danger, but week 2 ratings increased enough so that the reaper held off putting it in the headline. Week 3 ratings fell to a new low, so there’s no reason to hold off now.

Why did New Girl’s prediction drop to 45% renewal. One of the actors says it’s probably done after this season. Unlike optimistic public chatter by participants, negative chatter is typically correct.

After Riverdale was renewed last week while the reaper was holding it at a “50% renewal” prediction (earning the reaper his second “draw” prediction of the season), he’s eliminated all his “50% renewal” predictions. He doesn’t want to take another “draw” while he’s “waiting”.

Where did the emojis go? Why did the prediction table change? Explained in the Week 24 post here.

Are you missing the ratings information from previous prediction posts? You can view the reaper’s entire spreadsheet of ratings here.

Follow TV Grim Reaper on Twitter, Facebook, InstagramTumblr, Google+, MediumEmail or RSS.

The reaper’s running prediction tally this season: 26-0-2

  • Right: Notorious, The Simpsons, Conviction, Pure Genius, Jane The Virgin, Supernatural, Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow, Supergirl, The Flash, Empire, This Is Us, The Middle, The Good Place, Scandal, Greys Anatomy, How To Get Away With Murder, Lucifer, Superstore, Star, Lethal Weapon, The Mick, Doubt, The 100, Training Day, Shades Of Blue
  • Wrong:
  • Draw (renewed or canceled while a toss up): Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Riverdale

Reign, canceled before the reaper had a prediction for it, is not included in the tally above.

How good have TV Grim Reaper’s predictions been in past seasons? See his past prediction record here.


Also published on Medium.

Follow TV Grim Reaper:
FacebooktwitterrssinstagrammailFacebooktwitterrssinstagrammail