Additionally, CBS has renewed its fifth rookie entry — spiritually-tinged thriller Evil — for a second season (more on that here).
Legal drama All Rise debuted to 6 million total viewers and a 0.7 demo rating and has held steady since, most recently ticking up with its fifth episode.
On the sitcom front, Chuck Lorre’s Bob Hearts Abishola (averaging 5.3 mil and a 0.7) has held steady with its last four outings; The Unicorn premiered to 6 mil/0.8 and at last count did 5.2 mil/0.7; and the Patricia Heaton-fronted Carol’s Second Act has also held steady, and in fact ticked up in Week 4 (to 5.1 mil/0.7).
Although CBS says that the quartet have snagged “full-season orders,” a network rep declined to reveal how many additional episodes it has commissioned for each of the four series beyond their initial 13-episode commitments.
“These terrific new series have attracted a passionate base of viewers and consistent ratings while delivering entertaining, inclusive and relevant storytelling every week,” said CBS’ entertainment president Kelly Kahl in a statement. “They’re off to strong starts and are still being discovered on the many catch-up and playback options available to our viewers today. We’re proud of this freshman class and excited about their potential to tell more great stories and further expand their audiences.”
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