Fox has dropped a lot in recent years, but they still have the advantage of having the number 1 broadcast drama.
They recently stated that they will no longer be taking Live ratings into consideration, but is this just some PR spin, or will this ring true?
We have no clue and it will surely be answered when their renewals are announced.
Have a look at the slideshow below with all the analysis!
Empire has drip dropped in Season 2, but not by much. Current averages at a 4.77 rating and 12.28 million viewers meaning it has dropped 7% from Season 1. Over on the DVR, the show is racking up solid increases of 50%. Add in the fact that Fox is actively looking at ways to further extend the brand and you have an easy decision. Renewed.
This comedy has been on the air for over 25 years and still pulling in respectable ratings. Season 27 is down just 5% to average a 2.04 rating and 4.71 million viewers. The show is already renewed!
This show is a surprise success. Season 1 is averaging a 1.62 rating and 5.45 million viewers. The show is good for a sophomore run, but the lack of gains with DVR mean this show only really has decent live ratings.
This show is down just over 10% in Season 4 and is averaging a 1.54 rating and 3.35 million viewers. The show is moving to Tuesdays come January to help improve the night. This shows that Fox has faith in the show. It's adding 50% on the DVR and will be around for Season 4.
This hilarious comedy has shed almost 30% in Season 14. It's currently averaging a 1.53 rating and 3.20 million viewers. The numbers swell 50% with DVR and that puts the show in the certain to be renewed group.
This superhero drama is down 30%, but still pulling in respectable numbers. Season 2 is averaging a 1.51 rating and 4.51 million viewers. The show is almost doubling the audience over on the DVR. Likely to be renewed!