ABC has renewed its list of 2022 TV shows: “Million Little Things”, “Big Sky”

Contrary to this week’s cancellation trend, ABC renewed its five remaining scripted bubble shows on Friday..

For those keeping track at home, that includes dramas big sky (for season 3) and A million little things (for season 5), as well as comedies The Conners (for season 5), Domestical economy (for season 3) and The good years (for season 2).

TVLine’s 2022 renewal scorecard has been updated to reflect all five pickups.

The Conners this season averages 4.8 million total weekly viewers and a 0.8 demo rating (with Live+7 playback), down 14 and 27% from last season. Of the six sitcoms airing on ABC this TV season, it ranks first in viewership and ties Abbott Elementarythere and The Goldbergs – both of which were previously renewed – for the #1 demo.

Domestical economy’ The second season averages 2.9 million total weekly viewers and a 0.5 demo rating (with Live+7 playback), down 17 and 29% from its first year. Of the six sitcoms aired by ABC this TV season, it ranks No. 5 in both measures.

So far this season, A million little things averaged 4.1 million total weekly viewers and a 0.7 demo rating (with Live+7 play) – down 20 and 30 percent from its Season 3 tallies. eight dramas aired by ABC this TV season, it ranks No. 6 in ratings and ranks fifth in the demo. It does, however, boast the second-best DVR bump of any ABC series. (FOR YOUR INFORMATION: Preliminary discussions are underway on Season 5 Million little things‘ last, but no final decision has been made.)

big sky Season 2 is averaging 5.8 million weekly viewers and a 0.7 demo rating (with Live+7 play), down 22 and 26 percent from its first year. Of the eight dramas aired by ABC this TV season, it ranks No. 5 in both measures. (Speaking of big skyJensen Ackles is officially arriving as a series regular in Season 3 — full details here.)

Lately, The good years – which, as previously reported, will go ahead without an EP Fred Savage – has so far averaged 3 million weekly viewers and a 0.6 demo rating (with Live+7 playback). Of the half-dozen sitcoms aired by ABC this TV season, it ranks No. 4 in both measures (ahead of Domestical economy and blackish).

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