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Jane the Virgin S2E13 Review





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From the time that Jane the Virgin began, Jane has been back and forth between Michael and Rafael. Last week ended with a good moment for those on Team Michael, as it looked like he and Jane may be getting back together. However, there is always difficulties with things like that, especially on Jane the Virgin.


S2E13 "Chapter Thirty-Five"

Unlike most episodes, which start with a flashback, this episode began on the night that the last episode ended, which results in a quick little funny line from the narrator. Jane and Michael catch up the whole night, but then face the reality that they have to think about Rafael. It is really funny when they see Xo and Alba watching them through the window. Xo and Rogelio show Alba and Jane that they are remaining friends after their break-up. Jane picks up a few shifts at the Marbella, where there is a really funny line about Lina's Good Wife binge. Jane talks to Rafael about Michael, and he reluctantly agrees for them all to have lunch.

Jane and Lina discover that Luisa is the one stealing the alcohol from the bar, so they confront her in an interesting scene for Luisa. Rogelio worries that he may have a stalker, because of a similar situation that occurred before with J Lo, and because it has been ten years since the scientology video. Jane, Michael, and Rafael have lunch. Michael apologizes, and his apology is written by Jane, and Rafael says that he doesn't want Michael around Mateo.

Jane tells Rogelio about her and Michael, and the demonstration of his inner reaction is hilarious. It is then revealed that Rogelio is still completely in love with Xo. It is also then revealed that Paola, Rogelio's personal assistant, is actually his stalker. Jane and Rafael go to Mateo's swim class, and they have a passive aggressive argument there. Xo helps Rogelio rehearse a scene where the two characters are in love, and they end up kissing, despite the funny insisting of the narrator that they are not following the script.

Rogelio and Xo are in bed together when Jane gets home, and despite their efforts, Jane discovers Rogelio leaving the house. Jane talks to Xo, and it is a great emotional scene. Jane and Lina discover that Luisa didn't talk to Rafael, so Jane calls Luisa, and this becomes a hilarious scene, as Luisa is very drunk. Jane texts Michael about her day, and he says that he'll quit his job for her. Maybe he isn't as bad of a person as I think he is, but I still don't trust him. Maybe he's changed from his I-know-Jane-better-than-Jane-knows-herself ways?

Xo plans to spend a night catching up on shows on her DVR, but she becomes emotional because this is something that she and Rogelio used to do together. This is a great scene. Paola gets into Rogelio's head, and he believes that Jane is choosing Xo over him. It is a really sad scene, because we know that Rogelio is a wonderfully kind person at heart, but he is acting in a not very nice way.

Jane goes to Rafael and tells him that Michael is willing to quit his job. While I don't like Michael very much, I do like the way that Jane is handling this. Rafael admits that he just wants to make sure that he doesn't get replaced. Rafael goes after Petra, but she doesn't want to be a second choice. Jane and Michael have a romantic moment, although I did feel like the beginning of it was kind of stalker-y. Rogelio gets trapped in his house by Paola, who is actually Lola, he now realizes. What an interesting ending! I'm glad that Rogelio is getting more story than just romance and comedic relief.


This was a really good episode. I liked the recurring theme of being a "second-class citizen".

What did you think of "Chapter Thirty-Five"? Leave your thoughts in the comments!

Crowded Trailer Released- WATCH HERE!



The official trailer for NBC's upcoming comedy has finally been released. I will be reviewing this show, so I wanted to see what some other people thought. I think it looks pretty funny! Leave your thoughts in the comments below, and enjoy the trailer!

Predict the Ratings for the Midseason Premiere of Blindspot


Tonight, NBC's hit freshman drama, Blindspot, returns from a long hiatus. Will the ratings continue to be in "hit" territory for NBC, or will they slump like the season 1B ratings for Revolution (which was in a similar situation 3 seasons ago)? Predict the ratings below!

NCIS Renewed for Seasons 14 and 15

CBS announced today that they are going to bring back NCIS for both a 14th and 15th season. The show is currently averaging a 2.28 A18-49 demo, down 13% year-to-year but still one of the highest-
rated shows on television (and typically less than 20% of its audience falls in that coveted demo!).

Are you surprised that CBS gave it a two-season renewal? Do you think we'll be hearing more renewal news from them in the near future? Let us know in the comments below!

NBC Renew/Cancel Watch: 'Telenovela' Likely to be Canceled


Hello everyone, welcome to the NBC Renew/Cancel Watch. Find out if your favorite NBC show is safe from cancellation down below!

KEY
  • Show title (Average adults 18-49 rating to the nearest tenth / Most recent rating)
[F] - Indicates a Friday night show, which will typically have lower-than-average ratings


CANCELED
  • Heroes Reborn (1.3 / 1.0)
  • The Player (0.8 / 0.8)
  • Truth Be Told (0.6 / 0.4) [F]
CERTAIN TO BE CANCELED
  • You, Me and the Apocalypse (0.8 / 0.6)
LIKELY TO BE CANCELED
  • The Mysteries of Laura (1.1 / 1.0)
  • Telenovela (1.0 / 0.9)
  • Undateable (0.8 / 0.8) [F]
ON THE BUBBLE
  • NONE
LIKELY TO BE RENEWED
  • Grimm (0.9 / 0.9) [F]
CERTAIN TO BE RENEWED
  • NONE
RENEWED
  • The Blacklist (1.5 / 1.3)
  • Blindspot (2.3 / 1.9)
  • Chicago Fire (1.8 / 1.6)
  • Chicago Med (1.8 / 1.5)
  • Chicago P.D. (1.6 / 1.6)
  • Law & Order: SVU (1.7 / 1.5)
  • Shades of Blue (1.3 / 1.0)
  • Superstore (1.5 / 1.4)

ANALYSIS

Superstore: Superstore earned a renewal for season two the day after its season one finale. This marks another correct prediction for The TV Ratings Guide!

Telenovela: When Superstore got renewed without Telenovela last week, it was pretty much a death sentence to this Eva Longoria-led sitcom. If Telenovela was ever going to be renewed, its renewal announcement most likely would have been paired with Superstore's renewal announcement. However, two reasons Telenovela isn't labeled as a "certain to be canceled" are because NBC does indeed own this sitcom and they also might want to keep on good terms with Eva Longoria, whom is high-profiled and has developed a variety of shows for the network. Still, in the end, I would not bet on a return for this freshman sitcom.

The Mysteries of Laura: In last week's NBC Renew/Cancel Watch (link here), I included a poll at the very end that asked "Do you think 'Laura' will be renewed or canceled?" To no one's surprise, the results were almost evenly divided. 55.56% of the responders voted "renewed," while the other 44.44% voted "canceled." However, I am still going with the minority for this prediction. I do believe that Laura will end up getting canceled because of the very large amount of shows NBC has already renewed, the fact that NBC doesn't own the show, and because of its shortened, 16-episode order for this season. The only reason NBC renewed Laura back in May last year was because they needed a freshman show to renew in order to save face. This season, NBC has had plenty of new, freshman hits (Blindspot, Chicago Med, Superstore, Shades of Blue...kinda), so The Mysteries of Laura is really no longer needed.

QUESTION OF THE WEEK

Teachers S1E7 Review

Freedom of speech has always been a controversial topic. Even in small social circles, this freedom can be limited. This episode is an example of blocking free speech.

S1E7 "Bad Tweeter"

This episode begins with Chelsea posting a raunchy tweet on Twitter which leads to her getting suspended by the principal. Cecilia tries to stand up for her but she gets suspended as well for being too annoying. After this Mary-Louise tries to bring back Chelsea, even though she had already run off to a wine tasting retreat. She goes to talk to the principal but then ends up revealing all the other weird things the teachers do in their free time. This causes the others to panic and get Cecilia to help them. Cecilia tries to organise a protest but the principal finds out and suspends all of them.In retaliation, Cecilia finds some dirt on the principal and uses it as leverage to lift everyone's suspensions. Upon finding about this, Chelsea sends out another raunchy tweet just so she doesn't have to go back to work.

In Storyline B, Caroline enlists AJ's help in dealing with a shy student. AJ helps the girl open up but she soon starts insulting everyone, including Caroline. AJ then steps up and puts the little girl in her place by scaring her with a weird story about otters. If that little girl spoke the way she did in my country, she would get 2 beatings and a slap to the face by any random person. 

This episode was pretty good. It was interesting to learn some new things about the teachers like, how Deb is a Wicca. I could relate to this episode since censorship is a part of daily life in my country.
Cecilia was once again annoying but she saved the others so she was okay in this episode.
Once again, AJ was the highlight of this episode.

Quote of the week: " I don't wanna be a prison otter's b**ch. I'm sorry.

How to Get Away with Murder S2E12 Review





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This week, things pick up right where they left off last week, building on its intensity.


S2E12 "It's a Trap"

Ten years earlier, Annalise talks to Rose, Wes's mother, and another man, whose stories of a certain night match up. In the present, Connor shows the video to Annalise, so they call the others, except for Wes. Laurel is convinced that Frank didn't kill Lila, and he won't tell her why he did. Frank, Michaela, and Asher respond to Bonnie's call, but Laurel ignores it. Annalise tells the others that she will take care of things, but when Connor gets another email, he questions her being able to handle the situation.

In the past, Annalise and Frank prepare to head to Ohio for a month. In the present, Laurel and Wes prepare to head to Ohio. There, they look for information on the case, and Laurel discovers where Wes got his last name. Back in 2005, Rose wants to be assured that she won't be deported, so Annalise gets the judge to agree to an anonymous testimony.

Annalise takes Michaela to talk to Caleb, and convince him to try to find out more about Phillip from Catherine. Laurel and Wes read about the case, and this goes back and forth to flashbacks from the case. In the case, Rose doesn't show up to testify. The man who hired Annalise talks to her, and says some really terrible things to her, saying that he hired her because she was a woman of color, and she should quit now to keep her from giving her people a bad name.

Still in the past, Annalise calls Sam, asking him what she should do. In the present, Bonnie asks Annalise if the way that they are living is really better than jail, which is an interesting question. Annalise tells the others to leave, telling them to spend the night doing whatever makes them happy. Wes theorizes that his mother's death wasn't a suicide, but she was killed because she didn't testify. Michaela goes to talk to Caleb, and they end up kissing. Asher still wants to protect the others, but Bonnie tells him to go home and sleep.

Annalise has dinner with Nate. He asks her why she is making dinner and wearing a dress, and she gets angry. Connor tells Oliver that he wants to transfer to Stanford, and wants Oliver to move with him. Wes asks Laurel what is really going on with her and Frank, and she says that Frank is just like her father, who is a terrible person. She came to law school to escape him. He tells her that she isn't a bad person, and then they kiss, which they then feel really awkward about.

Back in 2005, Annalise goes to see Rose, and asks her if her testimony was true, but she just tells Annalise to leave. In the present, Wes and Laurel read the medical examiner's report on Rose's death, which says that it is a suicide. Annalise decides to call Phillip's bluff. They do so, and then things get intense. First, Connor is sent a picture of Annalise and Nate from the previous night. Then, Laurel returns and demands to talk to Annalise. She shows her a paper from the medical examiner's report saying that the death possibly could have been a homicide, committed by Wes. What an ending!


This was a great episode, one of the best this season.

What did you think of "It's a Trap"? Leave your thoughts in the comments!

NCIS: Los Angeles Review S07E16

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“Matryoshka Part 2” – the episode which promises to reveal Callen’s name.  For the audience, it has been seven years in the making but for G. Callen, it’s been forty odd years – as long as he can remember…
Hetty has sanctioned Sam and Callen to rescue CIA Agent Sharov from the same Russian prison holding Arkady Kolchek, and part two sees the action move to Russia.  Yet surprisingly this episode isn’t really about the prison break, even though a reasonable amount of time is devoted to planning the mission; in fact there is very little action at all during the episode.
The entire pre-credit opening sequence shows Anna seducing a man in a Russian bar, leading him to the street so Sam and Callen can kidnap and blackmail him into helping them, as he is a guard at Nazarovo prison.  The plan is for the guard to drug the prisoners, allowing Sam and Callen to enter the prison and remove the bodies as mortuary drivers.  Back in LA, Nell and Eric run simulations of the plan and all eventualities lead to capture or death.  Callen calls on Arkady’s associate Pavel Volkoff, who agrees to help in exchange for arresting a Russian in LA.  As a result, the original promise of a risky and dangerous prison break is broken, and this now takes place off screen.  There is some action when the team in Russia attack the transport van, but this takes place quickly with Sharov shot in the shoulder, meaning an extraction via the commercial airport is no longer possible.  Later they receive word the attacked prison van is discovered and they need to move from the safe house to an extraction location.
Throughout the episode there is the constant threat of the Russian authorities pursuing them.  A CIA asset earlier warns that their arrival has made “news with the locals” and recommends they leave within a day; Pavel separately advises them to stay in LA in the future.  The threat infers gun battles and a last minute rescue, however none of the possible action materialises, which is highly unusual for NCIS Los Angeles. vlcsnap-2016-02-26-19h06m58s662 In fact the only other action takes place in LA when Eric ventures in the field with Kensi and Deeks.  This also provides the only real element of humour too, when Eric reveals he only threw the flash bang as it works in Call of Duty.
The limited action sequences keep the narrative pace slow and allows for the continued character interaction and development of both Anna and Callen, but leaves the episode with a slightly disjointed feel.  Callen is purely focused on the mission, admitting to Pavel that he is there to rescue Arkady, and remains business-like throughout.  His reluctance to trust others is seen during his conversation with CIA Agent Sharov, who recognises Callen’s voice, and provides a tantalising glimpse into Callen’s career with the Agency.  In typical spook fashion he is evasive in his conversation with Sharov, asking him to prove how the agent knows him.  (When Callen was stationed in Russian, working Moscow, a female asset turned out to be not who she said she was.  The CIA turned their back on him, he was alone and Sharov guided him to a safe house, or he would have died that night.)  Even then, Callen is reluctant to place his trust in Sharov, but he does lead them to a nearby safe house.
Anna’s development suggests that she will be a recurring character.  In part one she participated in the team’s banter with Deeks and in part two she plays Sam about harp playing for the pleasure of friends and family only.  Although these interactions come across as a little forced, a comparison can be made between her conversation with Sam, and Callen feeding Sam what he thought he wanted to hear about his break up with Joelle (Angels and Daemons); Anna was playing Sam light-heartedly, whereas Callen was seemed seriously trying to hoodwink his partner.  The relationship between Anna and Callen is blossoming but not in an overtly romantic sense, despite last week’s undercover kiss.  Anna seems curious about Callen and vice versa, and parallels continue to be drawn between them.
Anna is comfortable with Callen and falls asleep against him, with Callen unsure how to react (he pulls the blanket around her shoulders).  The following morning Anna asks him to join her for coffee and despite their close proximity the previous night, Callen pulls his chair away from the table, physically positioning himself away from her.
Anna is seeking Callen’s approval for her actions, despite her ambiguous feelings towards Arkady.  Callen recognises the stories Anna told herself as a child to explain her father’s absence – that he was a hero.  Callen hesitates before reciprocating, his trust in her demonstrated as he leans forward and wagers that her stories were better than the ones he told himself as a child.  Anna breaks Callen’s moment of honesty by laughing as she has yet to find anyone who does the same job as them, who is not broken.  Callen’s response is that maybe broken is normal.  It’s certainly the only normality he has ever known, and their ‘daddy-issues’ means they have a deeper understanding of each other.  Anna’s issues though, are resolved when she is reunited with her father and they hug resolving to leave the past behind them.
Callen’s issues come to the fore when an old man named Garrison meets them at the safe house and even as introductions are made, Callen is uneasy with a sixth sense about who this man may be.  There are looks of recognition from Garrison and his harsh tone softens as he asks him who he is.  Callen’s suspicions develop further when he spots the same Lenin coin on the safe house table.  From the moment Callen lays eyes on Garrison, there is heighten tension which comes to the fore when it’s time to part company, and Garrison finally asks Callen if he knows who he is.  Callen seemed to be waiting / hoping for the older man to take the lead, although he has been consistently mission-focused, decisive and strong all episode.  And with that question his behaviour changes.  “I think so”, “maybe” and “I don’t know” are the uncertain and somewhat nervous replies from Callen, the last one sounding defiant and a little childlike.
Garrison is portrayed as a hard man; he speaks bluntly and with a harsh tone.  He never introduces himself, instead stating that he knows much about Callen, but he (Callen) doesn’t know him.  He believes actions matter, not the reasons and gives permission for his son to hate him.  Callen doesn’t hate him but the reasons do matter to him.  Garrison promises him all the answers – but another time as the Exfil team arrives.
Before they part, his father admits he knows the things Callen has done (is Callen a touch apprehensive at this statement?), and Garrison offers the reassurance to Callen that he is a good man.   It’s not quite “I’m proud of you, son”, but they are words Callen needed to hear.  They interact physically when Garrison offers his hand, finally telling Callen his full Russian name and that his mother wanted him to know where he came from.  A most ironic statement as Callen’s identity was never revealed to him until now.  And then frustratingly, Callen walks away from his father, from more answers, so he can complete his mission and safely return home.
There are several other frustrations with this episode that boil down to inconsistencies.  Arkady & Sharov are injected are removed from the prison in a small medical van, however the van is not medically equipped in any way.  How did Sharov know the code of the day when he has been prison for a least several months?  Does Sam really know every SEAL Commander the encounter?  Why didn’t Arkady recognise Callen’s father, as in Chernoff.K he pointed him out in a photo and had met him once?  And what a coincidence that Sharov directed them to a safe house managed by Callen’s father.
Not surprisingly, all other characters are marginalised with Arkady having a surprisingly small role, which allows for Callen’s familial discovery.  Eric was lucky he was not shot in the field as he froze when bullets started flying.  Granger wanted to go to Russia so he could force them to abort rather than see them killed.  Kensi and Deeks also wanted to fly out and support the team.  The Hetty-Bot also made another appearance, this time in her Russian apartment, where she and Anna bonded over weapons.
The plot frustrations and lack of other characters can be put aside with the clever writing, directing and acting that holds the whole episode together in the last few minutes.  There is no angry confrontation between Callen and Garrison; they are both quiet and somewhat reserved, with emotions played out on their faces – particularly Callen’s – and these make the closing scenes all the more powerful.

The 100 S3E6 Review





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Blood must not have blood, Clarke convinced Lexa last week. However, being The 100, this must be tested.


S3E6 "Bitter Harvest"

The episode begins with Clarke and Lexa in Polis. Lexa awakes from a dream, and she is worried that she is betraying her people. We get a great glimpse of Clarke's love for Lexa. Clarke receives a gift from Roan, which turns out to be Emerson, the one surviving Mountain Man. Octavia is spying on the leaders of Arkadia, and they see a grounder kid. Octavia immediately worries for his safety. The kid runs off, and Octavia hides him, which is really intense. Raven tells Abby that she feels no pain, and she is a believer in the City of Light. No, Raven, no! Jasper and Abby watch Jaha and his followers. I think it would have made more sense to drag Jasper into the City of Light storyline than Raven, considering where he is at this season. Bellamy and Monty work with Pike and his team, as Kane and Octavia listen due to a listening device. They decide to take out a grounder village to farm, and Octavia is angry about this.

Lexa asks for Clarke's opinion on what they should do with Emerson, and she thinks that he should die. Lexa asks if this means that "blood must not have blood" only applies when it is her people that bleed. This tension being created between Clarke and Lexa is really interesting. Jaha and ALIE approach Raven, and she asks Raven to get her access to the ark system, because it may contain a version two. Jaha decides to keep the truth about ALIE's purpose from Raven out of fear of losing her.

Kane approaches Bellamy as the group is heading out. The tone of the scene seems to be pointing to a large number of deaths or an important death. Octavia warns the people of the village, but they don't believe her until the boy steps up and says that she saved him. It was a great short little fight scene. Kane talks to Abby, and she tries to convince him that he has done everything that he could, but he believes he is responsible for Pike becoming chancellor. There are some great quotes from Abby in this scene, such as where she says that the kids aren't kids anymore, and that everyone always believes they are doing the right thing. Octavia gets knocked out by the grounders. Raven lets ALIE into the system, this storyline is getting interesting. She then invites Jasper to come to the City of Light. Clarke meets with Emerson. He shouts at her that she will never escape what she did, which is really a repeat of what Lexa told her after she killed Finn in season two.

Clarke talks to Lexa's advisor, who compares the proposed attack on the Sky People to Clarke's massacre of Mount Weather, which is a really interesting comparison. Jasper talks to Jaha, and he prepares to go to the City of Light when Abby interrupts. She asks to hear the science behind the key to the City of Light. Abby asks to run tests on the key, and she mentions Wells. This reveals that Jaha doesn't remember who Wells is anymore, which makes this storyline way more interesting. Finally it is interesting! It is revealed that Jackson has gone to the City of Light. A trap is set with Octavia, and the Sky People coming to the village show up. The village is set on fire, and Monty goes in to rescue someone. Now, Octavia isn't on anyone's side. She needs to get to Clarke, that may be the only place she is safe.

The ceremony where Clarke is to kill Emerson begins. She decides not to take the knife, saying that she would not be killing Emerson for what he has done, but for what she has done. Lexa then gives a powerful speech supporting Clarke. This becomes even greater when Clarke says to him "may you live forever". Pike talks to Bellamy about Octavia. Pike says that he needs to find out who gave Octavia information, although they can assume it was Kane. Pike tells Bellamy to find him proof. ALIE did not discover the version two on the ark, causing Jaha to realize it must have been on station 13. As this happens, Murphy is beaten, and it turns out that somehow these people are survivors of, or at least somehow related to, the thirteenth station. This was a great ending.


This was a great episode. The City of Light storyline finally became interesting, and there was some amazing dialogue.

What did you think of "Bitter Harvest"? Leave your thoughts in the comments!

Thursday Ratings (2/25): Shades of Blue Gets Series Low, The 100 Up


Time
Show Name
Network
A 18-49 Rating
Last Week’s 18-49
8
The Big Bang Theory
CBS
3.7
3.8*
Grey’s Anatomy
ABC
2.0
2.1
American Idol
FOX
2.0
1.7
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow
CW
0.9
0.8
You, Me And the Apocalypse
NBC
0.6
0.6
8:30
Life in Pieces
CBS
2.2
2.1
Grey’s Anatomy
ABC
2.1
2.2
American Idol
FOX
2.1
2.0
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow
CW
0.9
0.8
You, Me And the Apocalypse
NBC
0.6
0.6
9
American Idol
FOX
2.1
2.1
Mom
CBS
1.8
1.8
Scandal
ABC
1.8
1.8*
The Blacklist
NBC
1.3
1.3
The 100
CW
0.6
0.5
9:30
American Idol
FOX
2.1
2.0
2 Broke Girls
CBS
1.7
1.5
Scandal
ABC
1.7
1.8*
The Blacklist
NBC
1.2
1.3
The 100
CW
0.5
0.4
10
How to Get Away with Murder
ABC
1.6
1.5*
Elementary
CBS
1.1
1.1
Shades of Blue
NBC
1.0
1.1
10:30
How to Get Away with Murder
ABC
1.5
1.5*
Elementary
CBS
1.0
1.0
Shades of Blue
NBC
1.0
1.0

*: Adjusted numbers; no half-hours available
(R): Rerun
(LY): The numbers are from last year's finale
Please note that last year's numbers are taken from the whole hour statistics, not the half-hours.

Things stabilized a bit after last week's terrible night. The worst was of course on ABC, and even though it didn't go up, it didn't go terribly down either. Well, that is except for Grey's Anatomy, down from one tenth, bringing its first half-hour to a 2.0. Will it cross that line after so many years? We'll see! Scandal was down, but only by one tenth this week, and its first half was stable. How to Get Away with Murder managed to go up a tenth in its first half, but its overall was stable with a 1.5.

One network must have been awfully deceived yesterday night, and it was NBC. No it wasn't for You, Me and the Apocalypse, still stable at its incredibly low 0.6, nor was it for the declining The Blacklist, also stable this week at a 1.3. No, it was for Shades of Blue, that just got its series low with a 1.0. That's dangerously close to being fractionnal at only 8 episodes! In my book, it's considered a flop. In NBC's book, it must be the show they renewed way too soon.

CBS was still very successfull, as it is every Thursday. The Big Bang Theory was down a tenth, but could always get a bump in final numbers (like it usually does). On the other hand Life in Pieces was up by a tenth to a 2.2, Mom was stable with its 1.8 and 2 Broke Girls was up by two tenths, making the timeslot change look very good after all. Elementary still got deceiving numbers, but at least they were stable.

The CW also did very good but at their own scale. DC's Legends of Tomorrow was up a tenth, reassuring its fans about its hit status. Because of that, The 100 was also up a tenth to a 0.6, a much more impressive number than what it was pulling the last few weeks. FOX, of course, had a good night with American Idol, up one tenth.

Here are today's questions:
1- Will Grey's Anatomy go lower than 2 this season?
2- What will NBC do with Shades of Blue's season 2? Where will they put it? Summer? Same as this year?
3- With the new numbers, does 2 Broke Girls have chances of coming back next year?
4- Will the CW renew The 100?

What do you think of those ratings? Is your favorite show down? What did YOU watch? Tell us in the comments!