Law & Order: Organized Crime Is the Show You Most Want to See Renewed — See Complete TVLine Poll Results

More Organized Crime has to be solved by Elliot Stabler & Co., according to the results of TVLine’s annual “bubble” show renewal poll.

As the May Upfronts began to draw near (undoubtedly bringing a bevy of heartbreaking cancellations with them), we asked you to name as many as FOUR yet-to-be-renewed shows that you hope to see picked up for another season. And as of today at Noon ET, when our poll closed, it was NBC’s Law & Order: Organized Crime that led the standings with 15.1% of your votes.

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Season-to-date, Organized Crime Season 4 is averaging 5.3 million total viewers and a 0.6 demo rating (with Live+7 playback), down just a smidgen from its Season 3 numbers. Out of the 11 original dramas that NBC has aired this TV season, it ranks seventh in audience (besting Magnum P.I., Found, La Brea and Quantum Leap) and ties for No. 5 in the demo (trailing only the #OneChicago trifecta and SVU).

Two more dramas placed second and third in this year’s poll: NCIS: Hawai’i, which out of the 14 dramas CBS has aired this season ranks No. 8 in audience, and CSI: Vegas, which only outdraws the network’s NCIS: Sydney. CBS’ So Help Me Todd and The Equalizer round out the Top 5.

Among sitcoms in this year’s poll, ABC’s Not Dead Yet placed a respectable-for-a-comedy sixth (with nearly 6% of your votes), followed by its lead-in The Conners.

Meanwhile, residing at the bottom of our 17-show poll, Fox’s The Great North — the Big 4’s least-watched, lowest-rated program — netted less than 1% percent of the votes.

Fun fact! Five of the Top 10 shows in last year’s poll wound up getting renewed. And out of 2023’s Bottom 10, three (All American: Homecoming, Animal Control and Lopez vs. Lopez) actually got awarded additional seasons.

Check out the full poll results, then drop a comment with your reactions!

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