No Tomorrow centers on Evie (Tori Anderson), an organized woman whose life becomes unhinged when she meets Xavier (Joshua Sasse), a free spirit who believes an asteroid will destroy the world in eight months. Based on the movie of the same name, Frequency revolves around a young police detective (Peyton List) who can communicate with her dead father (Riley Smith).
So far, neither series has performed well in the ratings. Six episodes in, Frequency is averaging a .32 in the 18-49 demo with 1.075 million viewers. Meanwhile, No Tomorrow is bringing in even lower numbers, with an average of .31 in the 18-49 demo and only 909,000 viewers.
The CW has not yet announced whether the shows are cancelled. Both will end their first season in January and all episodes will be available on Netflix shortly thereafter.
What do you think? Are you watching either show? Do you think they should be renewed?