For two seasons, Little Big Shots has performed well on NBC, so now the network is introducing a senior citizen-centric spinoff, its new Little Big Shots: Forever Young TV show. Can the Peacock Network repeat the magic? Will Little Big Shots: Forever Young be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.
An NBC comedy variety series from Ellen DeGeneres and Steve Harvey, Little Big Shots: Forever Young showcases young-at-heart seniors with hidden talents, sparkling personalities, and the wisdom only born of experience. As host, Harvey interviews musicians, singers, dancers, and other talented senior citizens between ages 60 and 103 years old, who also perform on the series. Some are athletic, some are particularly notable in their fields, some are dancers, singers, musicians, magicians, or social media sensations. All of them, though, are forever young.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show’s likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available — usually the next day, around 11:30am EST/8:30am PST. Refresh to see the latest.
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For comparisons: The first season of Little Big Shots averaged a 2.09 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 11.51 million total viewers (live + same day ratings).
Note: These are the Live + Same Day Ratings which include “live” viewing plus delayed DVR viewing, up until 3am local time that same night. Ratings marked with an “*” are the fast affiliate ratings and will be updated with the Live+SD numbers when they are made available. Typically, networks get paid for C+3 ratings which includes DVR viewing within three days of the original airing when commercials are watched. Those numbers are rarely released to the press.
What do you think? Do you like the Little Big Shots: Forever Young TV series? Should it be cancelled or renewed for a second season by NBC?