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Is Elementary the right choice for the post-Superbowl spot?  

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  1. 1. Was this a good idea?

    • Yes, Elementary is the best choice.
    • No, it should have been a completely new show.
    • No, it should have been 2 Broke Girls
    • No, it should have been a different currently running show.

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Just read that PoI, TBBT and 2BG are all WB shows and that Elementary is a CBS-produced show. No wonder they chose Elementary despite its sinking ratings. CBS better hope it doesn't fall into the mid-high 1's come Superbowl time.

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All those shows everyone mentioned got renewed, or got full seasons, right? So, I'm gonna go totally out there and say it should be CSI: NY. I've got a funny feeling this is the last season anyway. TPTB aren't going to keep saving it.
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Good start in Australia.


The launch of the new Sherlock Holmes series, Elementary, became an unequivocal hit, drawing 1.23 million viewers nationally.


Inclusive of both the capital city and regional ratings, Elementary was watched by 1.74 million people.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/tv-and-radio/ten-in-its-element-as-sherlock-series-proves-a-ratings-hit-20130204-2dtb8.html#ixzz2Jsvti0xs

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I really want to get into this show, but it just makes me depressed every time I see it when I realize that I'd still rather be watching the first seasons of Sherlock over again... :(

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