Tuesday, October 1, 2013 ratings — New episodes: Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, The Goldbergs, Trophy Wife, Lucky 7, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, Person of Interest, The Voice, Chicago Fire, Dads, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, New Girl, and The Mindy Project. Specials: iHeartradio Music Festival, Night 2. Reruns: (none).
It was a very bad night for ABC in particular. Last week, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD tied for the top spot with The Voice. This week, it was in thrid place in its timeslot. Ouch. The sitcoms that followed were negatively impacted and Lucky 7, which already looked doomed, plunged. It’s now the lowest-rated show on the network.
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What were you watching last night? Original network programming, reruns, cable, or something else?
I grew up in the 60’s on Marvel & D.C. comics. Most of the movies have been fairly well done. The Avengers & the 1st Iron Man being the best…and Daredevil being the worst. Unfortunately SHIELD is closer to DD than Avengers. Right out of the gate we know Coulson really died & is a Life Model Decoy…if I remember that right…hey it’s been over 40 years since I read the original mags. The supporting cast is weak. The scripts are even worse. I know a certain amount of “suspension of belief” is required…but come on… With all the tools… Read more »
I guess I watch way too much TV because so far, I’ve predicted correctly which shows would be canceled and which would be hits. Lucky7 was a terrible pick for a scripted show. On another website, I got to see all of the shows being vetted in May for the 2013 – 2014 seasons. All of the comedies looked terrible, but I did pick the shows that I thought had the best chance to succeed. I want you to know there were about 100 shows in the chart, with names of actors and short storylines. What they passed up was… Read more »