The maker of both Single Parents and also Bless This Mess amusingly likened the termination of both ABC sitcoms in one fell Thursday sweep to a shocking Game of Thrones gala.
“Two shows terminated in someday? I get the message, ABC! This is my broadcast Red Wedding,” the EP quipped on Instagram, sharing images of her with both casts (below).
“But seriously, individuals, thank you a lot for viewing these programs,” Meriwether included. “We liked making them. We loved writing them. I feel so happy to have been offered the chance to work with a lot of unbelievable individuals. Thank you, thank you.”
In its plum message-Conners perch, Bless This Mess this period balanced a 0.67 demonstration ranking as well as 3.6 million overall audiences, exactly on the same level with its fresher run. Out of the 10 comedies ABC aired this TV period, it ranked No. 5 in both steps. (What’s more, it delivered a much better demo number than American Housewife, mixed-ish and also black-ish, all of which obtained great news on Thursday.)
Solitary Parents on the other hand averaged a 0.6 demonstration ranking and also 2.6 million customers (in Live+Same Day numbers), dropping 32 and 24 percent from its freshman run. Out of the 10 comedies ABC aired, it ranked No. 7 in the demonstration and nine in target market (besting just Fresh Off the Boat‘s farewell trip).
That stated, if you fold up in Live +7 DVR playback, Single Parents drew in advance of black-ish, mixed-ish and Bless This Mess in the trial. Solitary Parents Led all funnies in TVLine’s annual “Which 3 Broadcast ‘Bubble’ Series Do You Most Want Saved?” poll.