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Today in ‘Sucks to be NBC’, the new dating show only notched 3.8M viewers and a 1.6 ratings. That’s with ‘The Voice’s often reliable lead-in. Yikes.

They pushed Smash to Saturdays for this?

Here are our predictions, arranged network by network. (NBC’s not looking good, guys.)

Jesus H. Christ! The two-hour premiere of History’s The Bible scored 13.1 million viewers and a 3.3 demo rating, thoroughly smiting everything on the major broadcast networks last night.

If you need us, we’ll be busy crying forever.

Thursday’s episode drew just 2.7 million viewers and a 1.1 rating among adults 18-49. That’s a 42 percent drop from last week and the show’s lowest-rating ever in the demo.

Six… seasons… and… a movie?

All together now: SIX SEASONS AND A MOVIE!

Let’s hope the answer is NO NO NO NO NO.

Quick, somebody call Manny back!

"Hello? Yes, this is Manny Santos — er, Cassie Steele. Wait… what? Are you serious? My new CW show The L.A. Complex had the lowest-rated in-season broadcast drama debut in the history of ever??

"This is all Craig’s fault, isn’t it?"

Ratings for the 2010-2011 TV season are in! Here’s how every broadcast show averaged in the all-important adults 18-49 demographic. The numbers include DVR viewings that took place within seven days after an episode’s premiere. For those keeping score at home: NBC’s The Voice is the highest-rated new show, followed by CBS’ Mike & Molly. CBS’ $#*! My Dad Says also ranks as the highest-rated canceled show, while ABC’s Shark Tank is the lowest-rated renewed entertainment show among the Big 4 networks. The full list is here.

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