ABC decides to encourage The Rookie and three other new TV series
ABC (American Broadcasting Company) one of the most historic US broadcasters has decided to continue to strongly support the last three …
ABC (American Broadcasting Company) one of the most historic US broadcasters has decided to continue to strongly support the last three recently launched TV series. Among the first to receive support from the company is the detective series with Nathan Fillon, The Rookie, the drama A Million Little Things and the family comedy The Kids Are Alright and comedy Splitting Up Together.
The company gave them three more episodes of time, to then decide whether to grant one of them the production of a complete season of at least 22 episodes. So far, none of the four series has had excellent ratings. The series The Rookiedespite one of the most anticipated novelties of this autumn, it made its debut in the schedule of 22:00 on Tuesday, with about 5.4 million spectators and a 0.9 rating in the 18-49 demographic target.
The other named series aren’t doing very well either, aside The Kids Are Alright , which attracted 6.5 million viewers and a 1.4 rating. The worst at the moment remainsSplitting Up Together. After a brilliant start, the series with the arrival of the second season is back with 3.3 million viewers and a 0.8 rating, a drop of 52 and 59.