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They are Running Wilde, Outsourced and Outlaw.
I think Running Wilde could be cancelled, but I think it could last a thirteen episode run. Fox has a long standing working relationship with Mitch Hurwitz so I don’t think it’ll cancel this show at the drop of a hat. I don’t want to preemptively classify it as a ratings failure - I anticipate good numbers for the premiere while viewers slowly drop off in the passing weeks. The fact is is that Will Arnett is an excellent character actor and hilarious, but I don’t buy that he can anchor a TV series.
I have a feeling that Outsourced could defy people’s expectations and actually do okay - certainly no worse than the rest of NBC’s Thursday night line-up. The prevailing criticism seems to be that it’s all kind of in bad taste, but bad taste has never exactly been a turn-off for viewers. If it were, every single one of Seth McFarlane’s shows would have been cancelled. Also, never underestimate people’s appreciation of an Indian accent.
Outlaw is definitely my pick for the first show to be cancelled. I’m surprised it even got picked up in the first place. Firstly, it’s a legal show competing against two other new legal shows (The Defenders, The Whole Truth) as well as The Good Wife. Secondy, it’s on Friday nights on NBC - i.e the ratings vacuum where shows go to die. Thirdly, it’s a completely implausible plot. Finally, it’s produced by Conan O’Brien and I have to wonder how long NBC will support a show produced by Conan.
Other shows that I think will die?
- Better With You
- Hawaii Five-0
- The Defenders
I am hoping Outsourced get cancelled. Also, yes Outlaw will absolutely be cancelled. I don’t think Running Wilde will go just yet.
I honestly think Hawaii Five-O will go over kind of well. I watched a preview thing and even though I’m not into cop shows at all, I thought it looked pretty cool.
(Source: New York Post)
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