Every year, the NBC television network airs new and continuing TV series. Many are cancelled and many are renewed by the season’s end. Although everyone understands that Nielsen ratings usually play a big role in TV cancellations and renewals, most fans do not get to participate in that system. So, we are offering you the chance to rate NBC TV shows here, instead.
NBC TV series that have premiered (so far) during the 2019-20 television season: America’s Got Talent: The Champions, The Blacklist, Bluff City Law, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, Chicago PD, Council of Dads, Ellen’s Game of Games, Ellen’s Greatest Night of Giveaways, Good Girls, The Good Place, Hollywood Game Night, Indebted, Law & Order: SVU, Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector, Little Big Shots, Making It, Manifest, New Amsterdam, Perfect Harmony, Songland, Sunnyside, Superstore, This Is Us, The Voice, Will & Grace, and Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.
Here’s a ranking of how the NBC TV shows from the 2019-20 season stack up with our readers. Rate the TV series you watch via the “Vote Now” links, below. (You can see how all of the 2019-20 network shows rank here.)
What do you think? Which NBC TV series do you rate as wonderful, terrible, or somewhere between? If it were left up to you, which NBC TV shows would be cancelled or renewed for another season? Don’t forget to vote, and please share your thoughts, below.
New Amsterdam is absolutely one of most favorite shows now on tv!!! I just watched the 1-21 episode and I am REALLY UPSET!!!!! PLEASE do NOT match Max with that new woman he met in the babies’ waiting room! I am waiting SO VERY patiently for him to get together with Dr. Helen Sharpe!!!!! If he ends up with that other woman, I’ll probably stop watching!!!!’
Bluff City Law best show on tv
The best show on tv and NBC cancelled it. I hope Netfix picks it up
Please DON’T CANCEL BLUFF CITY LAW!!!!!
We really HATE the narrative playing during the program. Example: He said with a smile on his face. Really I can see that
Margaret, you have to learn how to turn off “described video” on your TV or set-top box.