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NashvilleCMT S5E20 Review


"Speed Trap Town"


I'm back after a week off. Let's get this over with, shall we?

*Spoilers Ahead*

Maddie is nominated for an American Music Award (so unrealistic), and so is Juliette. Jessie sings a song to Deacon. Gunnar comes back home to Texas to visit his grandma, who is about to die. Scarlett is at Deacon's old house when she hears a noise, grabs a knife, and hears the noise again.

Scarlett goes to visit Deacon and the girls. Maddie suggests she take self defense class. Juliette talks to Glenn about the war with Maddie. Gunnar runs into an old flame. Deacon and Jessie talk about recording.

Gunnar talks with his old flame. Scarlett goes to self defense class. Gunnar and the girl walk around an old school. Gunnar has a flashback to getting some bad news as a kid in school. The girl asks to see him again.

Jessie and Deacon talk at a studio. Scarlett talks to Deacon. Jessie has a visit from her ex. Gunnar looks at his old house.

Deacon and Jessie record and talk a lot. Maddie tweets something to Juliette that she doesn't like. Scarlett goes back to self defense class. Gunnar talks to his old flame about his life when he was a kid.

Jessie and Deacon talk again about her career. Gunnar apologizes to his grandma and sings her a song. 


Review: 0/10


Complaint of the Week #1: NO WILL AGAIN. OMG. HE'S MISSED 7/20, AND DONE STUFF IN ONLY 4/20.
Complaint of the Week #2: Juliette has no plot and she was hardly in it (3 short scenes), she's the forking lead, guys. She used to have multiple scenes per act! 
Complaint of the Week #3: Everything about Gunnar was so cringy. The writing has gone down the tubes. Oh, and why do the characters only now talk about food and drinking? It's bad writing.

A look on the bright side: Juliette's personality kind of showed through in her few scenes tonight, so there was that. And Hayden still shined in her scenes. She's why I'm here. 



What did you think of "Speed Trap Town"? Comment below!
Finals Update: The Carmichael Show (-0.1) and repeats of The Goldbergs (-0.1 each), The Carmichael Show (-0.1), and Modern Family (-0.1) adjusted down. Big Brother (+0.1) received the night's only good news in adjustments by gaining a tenth.
Time
Show
18-49 Rating/Share
Viewers (mil)
Channel
8 PMBig Brother1.8/86.29CBS

MasterChef1.0/53.44Fox

Little Big Shots: Forever Young (F)0.8/35.69NBC

The Goldbergs (R)0.5/32.88ABC

Arrow (R)0.2/10.74The CW
8:30 PMSpeechless (R)0.5/22.43ABC
9 PMThe Carmichael Show0.6/33.33NBC

The F Word0.6/31.95Fox

Modern Family (R)0.6/32.84ABC

Salvation0.6/23.80CBS

Supernatural (R)0.2/10.63The CW
9:30 PMAmerican Housewife (R)0.6/32.61ABC

The Carmichael Show (R)0.5/32.84NBC
10 PMModern Family (R)0.5/22.50ABC

Criminal Minds (R)0.5/33.27CBS

Law & Order: SVU (R)0.4/22.50NBC
10:30 PMThe Goldbergs (R)0.5/32.24ABC
Highlights:

Show
Network
18-49 Demo
Viewers (mil.)
Queen SugarOWN0.421.57
SnowfallFX0.421.00
SuitsUSA0.341.41
CatfishMTV0.320.61
YoungerTV Land0.220.67
Odd Mom OutBravo0.210.62
Blood DriveSyfy0.110.38

Top 100:



photo: Indiewire
TBS has renewed comedy 'Angie Tribeca' for a fourth season. The series was created by Steve and Nancy Carell. The show is a satire of police procedural dramas and follows veteran LAPD officer Angie Tribeca and her new partner. The main cast includes Rashida Jones as the titular character, Hayes MacArthur, Jere Burns, Deon Cole, and AndrÊe Vermeulen. The latest episode managed a 0.24 in the adults 18-49 demographic and is currently up 12% from its second season. 

What do you think of this news? Are you a fan of this cop comedy? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.


  

photo: flickeringmyth
TNT has renewed drama 'Animal Kingdom' for a third season. The series follows a young boy who moves in with a criminal family after the death of his mother. Ellen Barkin, Scott Speedman, Shawn Hatosy, Ben Robson, Jake Weary, Finn Cole, Daniella Alonso, and Carolina Guerra make up the main cast. The latest episode of the series garnered a 0.36 in the adults 18-49 demographic with a total of 1.1 million viewers. The second season is currently down 12% from the previous season in this demo. This was a correct prediction by the TVRatingsGuide.


What do you think of this news? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.
Finals Update: Somewhere Between (-0.1), World of Dance (-0.1), and repeats The Flash (-01.), Legends of Tomorrow (-0.1), and Brooklyn Nine-Nine (-0.1) all adjusted down.
Time
Show
18-49 Rating/Share
Viewers (mil)
Channel
8 PMAmerica's Got Talent
2.6/11
12.88
NBC

NCIS (R)
0.6/3
6.34
CBS

The Middle (R)
0.6/3
3.05
ABC

Lethal Weapon (R)
0.4/2
1.69
FOX

The Flash (R)
0.2/1
1.29
The CW
8:30 PMFresh Off the Boat (R)
0.5/2
2.13
ABC
9 PMBull (R)
0.5/2
4.95
CBS

Blackish (R)
0.5/2
1.85
ABC

The Mick (R)
0.3/1
1.10
FOX

DC's Legends of Tomorrow (R)
0.2/1
1.20
The CW
9:30 PMBlackish (R)
0.5/2
1.96
ABC

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (R)
0.2/1
0.95
FOX
10 PMWorld of Dance
1.6/7
7.20
NBC

NCIS: New Orleans (R)
0.6/3
5.31
CBS

Somewhere Between
0.3/2
1.78
ABC
Highlights:

Show
Network
18-49 Demo
Viewers (mil.)
The Haves and the Have NotsOWN0.602.43
The Challenge: Dirty 30MTV0.470.82
Animal KingdomTNT0.361.10
WreckedTBS0.340.98
Being Mary JaneBET0.340.79
ShooterUSA0.321.17
Fear FactorMTV0.300.60
The FostersFreeform0.290.76
The Bold TypeFreeform0.160.36



Top 100:



photo: Hulu
The Oprah Winfrey Network has renewed drama 'Queen Sugar' for a third season. The series premiered on September 2016 and follows estranged Bordelon siblings in the state of Louisiana. The series stars Rutina Wesley, Dawn-Lyen Gardner, Kofi Siriboe, Tina Lifford, and Omar Dorsey. Oprah Winfrey is one of the show's executive producers. The series premiere garnered a 0.68 in the 18-49 ratings with 2.7 million viewers. The latest episode managed a 0.47 and 1.6 million viewers. 

What do you think of this news? Are you a fan of the series? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.


It's week 10 of the Summer Renew/Cancel! Two new shows premiered this week with very different results for both of them, so let's find out my initial predictions for them and see where they fall.

Certain to be Canceled:
Somewhere Between (0.5)

Likely to be Canceled:
The Night Shift (0.7)
Zoo (0.55)
Salvation (0.7)
Hooten & the Lady (0.2)

Leans Cancellation:
N/A

Leans Renewal:
Midnight, Texas (0.9)

Likely to be Renewed:
N/A

Certain to be Renewed:
N/A

Fate Determined:
Still Star-Crossed (0.3, DE FACTO CANCELED, correct)
Downward Dog (0.7, CANCELED, correct)
The Carmichael Show (0.8, CANCELED, correct)

Yet to Premiere:
Marlon (August 2017)
SNL Weekend Update Thursday (August 2017)

Midnight, Texas: This supernatural drama debuted last night on NBC to a very okay 0.9 in the demo. That's nothing fantastic, but it's better than pretty much anything I've discussed here all Summer. So that's good news for Midnight. It's certainly a better premiere than NBC's season 3 launch of the Night Shift. If the show can hold at decent ratings, a renewal looks good. As I don't know how well it'll hold up, it just LEANS RENEWAL for now.

Somewhere Between: Last night's other debut was Somewhere Between on ABC. While Midnight, Texas did pretty well, Somewhere Between did not. It tied the premiere of Still Star-Crossed, and it was way behind Downward Dog's premiere and well below Midnight, Texas. And that was with a 1.6 Bachelorette lead-in. Somewhere Between moves to Tuesdays starting tonight, where its lead-in is a repeat of Blackish. It's likely to fall even lower then its premiere 0.5, so it starts out as a CERTAIN CANCELLATION, especially since it's already being billed as a limited series and ABC doesn't seem to care about it.

Zoo & Salvation: I'll be quite honest here: CBS is having a rough Summer in the non-Big Brother department. Candy Crush seemed like it could be their go-to renewal because it actually had a decent debut, but that show quickly crumbled. Zoo's more-or-less held at its 0.5 (which is terrible) so far this season, while Salvation was steady in its second week. With all three CBS shows being duds, I don't know if CBS will renew any of them, so I'm not going to promote either scripted show, though I may consider it in the coming weeks. Stay tuned, but for now, both are LIKELY CANCELLATIONS.

Stay tuned next week to see how the currently airing shows hold up (and if they get new classifications) and every Tuesday after that for my Summer predictions.

What do you think of my predictions? Let me know in the comments below.

Cable Renew/Cancel - Children's Networks








Show
Prediction
Predicted
Steven Universe
😃

Justice League Action
🙂

Teen Titans Go!
🙂

The Powerpuff Girls
đŸ˜Ŧ

We Bare Bears
đŸ˜Ŧ

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
đŸ˜Ŧ

The Amazing World of Gumball
Renewed

Ben 10
Renewed


Teen Titans Go: The new incarnation of the beloved 2003 action series is currently in season four, and has run into some bumps in the road. A few episodes after its current season began, the series really began to struggle in the ratings, now a renewal is not looking so good. The only thing that is saving it from a cancellation/cancellation prediction is that Cartoon Network is not one to just  cancel long-running shows. They'll usually announce them as renewed for a final season, and I believe that is what is going to happen here.













Show
Prediction
Predicted
Stuck in the Middle
😃

Bizaardvark
🙂

K.C. Undercover
đŸ˜Ŧ

Mickey Mouse Shorts
đŸ˜Ĩ

Andi Mack
Renewed
Renewal
Bunk’d
Renewed
Renewal
Tangles – The Series
Renewed

Elena of Avalor
Renewed

Raven’s Home
😀



K.C. Undercover: Despite decent ratings, I'm predicting that the spy comedy has just premiered its final season. The spy family comedy stars Zendaya, who I believe only has a three season contract for this show, much like she did for Shake It Up (which was canceled/ended after its third season), and that right there is reason enough for the show to end this season.






Show
Prediction
Predicted
Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn
🙂

Bunsen is a Beast
🙂

The Loud House
Renewed

SpongeBob Squarepants
Renewed

Hunter Street
Renewed

Game Shakers
Renewed
Renewal
Henry Danger
Renewed
Renewal
School of Rock
đŸ˜Ŧ

School of Rock: The music sitcom will reach forty-five episodes by the end of its current season, meaning it is no longer in the new show territory, but hasn't quite reached Nickelodeon's sixty-episode milestone. But it looks like fans won't get to see it reach that mark. With the third season premiere and onward, numbers really tanked. The second episode this season scored under a million viewers, with the other two not that much ahead. These numbers simply don't warrant another season, especially since it has a decent number of episodes under its belt, and Nickelodeon in general is doing very well and doesn't need to carry on a low rated show.

Comment your thoughts below!

KEY:

😀-Certain to be Renewed
😃-Likely to be Renewed
🙂-Leans Renewal
đŸ˜Ŧ-Leans Cancellation
đŸ˜Ļ-Likely Cancellation
đŸ˜Ĩ-Certain to be Canceled