This drama has slid 23% and is currently averaging a 1.65 rating and 8.62 million viewers. Most recent figures put delayed viewing at 73%. This one is pretty safe for now. Expect a move to either Friday, or Sunday before CBS gives up on it.
2 Broke Girls
2 Broke Girls has dipped 20% so far this season to a 1.63 rating and 6.23 million viewers. It has moved to a new night and it's moving again in January to uncharted sitcom waters for CBS. Will it be able to survive? This one is very much a bubble show.
This buzzy sitcom was expected to grow again this year, but Season 3 is down 30% to a 1.60 rating and 7.16 million viewers, but the syndication gods demand another season, so it'll be around next season.
This freshman drama started strong, but has been steadily declining all season. Current averages are a 1.54 rating and 8.16 million viewers. Good thing the show is adding on over 60% with DVR. I'm not too sure this will be enough to save it, but stranger things have happened.
This sophomore drama is down just 10% from Season 1, which is very respectable considering it's a Sunday drama that suffers a lot of pre-emptions. Current averages are a 1.27 rating and 10.36 million viewers. The show doesn't do that well on the DVR, with gains under 20%. Acclaim will see this show get to four seasons. Anything beyond that, I'm not so sure about.
This medical dram is a bit of a wildcard. It started just OK and dropped, but the past two episodes have matched the series high. Averages are currently at a 1.26 rating and 7.13 million. DVR ratings are over 40%. The show currently has a five episode back order, but if it stays even with the recent gains, it could get more episodes and a second season.