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New fall TV shows – which ones won’t last?

At TweetReach, we’ve tracked a lot of tweets about television, from special events like the Oscars, the Golden Globes and the Super Bowl, to regular weekly episodes of many of your favorite shows. That’s because we (and our customers) know that Twitter can tell us a lot about what an audience thinks about a show, from how much viewers tweet about a show, to when they tweet about it, to what they actually tweet about. There’s a lot we can learn about a TV program’s success just by analyzing the tweets about it.

So we thought it would be fun to track this fall’s 25 new shows on the five big broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, CW, FOX, NBC) to see what Twitter thinks about them. But we’re not content to just rank Twitter’s favorite shows. Oh no. Inspired by the New York Times’ Fall TV Season Ratings Pool and based on Twitter chatter, we’re going to predict what new fall shows will be canceled.

Want to play along? Leave your predictions in the comments. Which new shows do you think will be canceled? Or, even better, which new shows do you wish they’d cancel?

We’ll be posting throughout the fall with our updates, predictions and conclusions (and maybe we’ll even feature some special guests along the way!). For reference, here’s a list of the new fall shows, ordered by network.

ABC

  • Charlie’s Angels
  • Last Man Standing
  • Man Up
  • Once Upon a Time
  • Pan Am
  • Revenge
  • Suburgatory

CBS

  • 2 Broke Girls
  • A Gifted Man
  • How to Be a Gentleman
  • Person of Internet
  • Unforgettable

CW

  • H8R
  • Hart of Dixie
  • Ringer
  • The Secret Circle

FOX

  • New Girl
  • Terra Nova
  • X Factor

NBC

  • Free Agents
  • Grimm
  • Prime Suspect
  • The Playboy Club
  • Up All Night
  • Whitney
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