April 29, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- The results are in for
Save Our Shows
survey and CBS'
is the show that viewers want to save the most
The Save Our Shows survey invited fans to vote on which endangered sitcoms and dramas deserved new seasons. Voting took place
and today fans' voices are heard at
This year, more than 116,000 fans cast their votes via web and mobile platforms to save their favorite shows. The show with the most 'saves' for 2013 was CBS'
with 38 percent voting to save the show. The show with the least 'saves' for 2013 was the CW's
The Carrie Diaries.
The full list of results includes:
- CBS' CSI: NY – 38 percent
- ABC's Body of Proof – 34 percent
- CBS' Vegas – 34 percent
- ABC's Happy Endings – 30 percent
- ABC's Last Man Standing – 30 percent
- NBC's The New Normal – 29 percent
- ABC's Suburgatory – 28 percent
- NBC's Community – 28 percent
- NBC's Go On – 27 percent
- CBS' Golden Boy – 22 percent
- ABC's Malibu Country – 19 percent
- ABC's The Neighbors – 18 percent
- NBC's Whitney –18 percent
- CW's Nikita – 13 percent
- CW's Beauty and the Beast – 12 percent
- CW's The Carrie Diaries – 9 percent
TODAY television reporter
created the exclusive
Save Our Shows
survey in 1998, with paper ballots mailed in by thousands of ardent fans.
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