Fall TV death watch
Actor Jay Mohr of the series “Gary Unmarried” REUTERS/Keith Bedford
Decisions, decisions. For the busy professional with limited time for television, it’s not enough to determine which of the new season’s crop of fresh TV programs are likely to hold your interest; you also have to decide which ones will interest everyone else.
Even if you like the latest cutting-edge series, can you bear to run the risk of having the show canceled after three episodes because nobody else could follow the multiple storylines and indiscriminate flashbacks?
To help you avoid wasting time on this season’s “The Nine” , news prediction website Hubdub has a market going on which show will get axed first. You can see the betting below and place your own wager by clicking on the graph. CBS’s “Gary Unmarried” had an early lead. Here’s our run down on the new season.