NBC has struggled with its viewership in recent years. Comedies we thought would do well haven’t performed great at all. Shows that have a lot of promise just haven’t received the live viewership.
Sadly, the network still puts a lot of focus on the live viewership, which means we’re seeing a lot of early canceled TV shows.
This could change in the near future. NBC is bringing its own streaming service, which could allow for more underperforming shows to return for more episodes. Could this offer hope for one freshman show that is unofficially canceled?
It is worth noting that Sunnyside hasn’t even finished its full season run on the network. The remaining episodes will be on the streaming service when it launches.
- Bluff City Law: Unofficially Canceled
- Council of Dads: Too Soon To Tell
- Indebted: Season 2 a 50/50 Chance
- The Kenan Show: Too Soon To Tell
- Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector: Season 2 Renewal a 50/50 Chance
- Perfect Harmony: Season 2 a 50/50 Chance
- Sunnyside: Officially Canceled
- That’s My Jam: Too Soon To Tell
- Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist: Season 2 Renewal a 50/50 Chance