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CBS 2021-22 TV Season Ratings (Updated 08/03/2022) – Canceled + Resumed TV Shows

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Due to the pandemic, CBS has decided to air some shows from other sources during the fall portion of the 2020-21 season. None of them performed very well. During the normal part of the season, the network only launched four new scripted series and canceled only one of them. How will their new or old programs perform in the rankings for the 2021-22 season? Stay tuned!

CBS shows this season (so far): 48 hours, 60 minutes, The Amazing Race, B Positive, Beyond the Edge, Big Brother, Big Brother: Celebrity Edition, Blue Bloods, Bob ♥ Abishola, Bull, The Challenge: USA, Come Dance with Me, CSI: Vegas, The Equalizer FBI FBI International Tough as Nails, Undercover Boss, United States Al as well as Young Sheldon.

There’s a lot of data that network executives look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series, but ratings tend to be the most important part. These 2021-2022 season charts will be updated daily as new ranking data becomes available.

Note: If you don’t see the updated chart, try reloading the page or viewing them. here as well as here.

Some notes about these graphs:
These numbers are updated automatically as new ratings are released. Averages are based on final national figures (live plus same day viewing) unless marked with an asterisk.

. For technical reasons, I have to resort to them manually. While these numbers do not include further delayed or streaming viewing, they are a very good indication of the show’s performance, especially when compared to others on the same channel. There may be other economic factors in the fate of a show, but generally higher-rated series are renewed and lower-rated series are cancelled.

Keep in mind that demo numbers tend to be the most important to advertisers. So this is how networks measure success. Advertisers pay more for ad time on shows with a higher demo rating. Older viewers also matter, but younger viewers watch less traditional television and are therefore harder to reach. Delayed viewing is becoming increasingly important these days (if people are watching commercials), but live viewing is still ideal for advertisers.

Demo numbers are usually reported using 10 decimal places (eg 2.4). On average, I use an extra decimal to make it easier to rank. Networks take into account when programs go on the air on Fridays and Saturdays, evenings when there are fewer viewers.

What do you think?

Which 2021-22 shows are you rooting for? Which one isn’t as big of a hit as you thought? Are you hoping that some series will be canceled to make room for something else?

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