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UPDATED 10/29 The new season has already claimed its first two victims (Made in Jersey, Animal Practice) and there’s already two other shows that are on life support. Now that we’re one month into the new season, let’s look at how most of the shows are doing in viewers and adults 18-49.

Here you go, in no particular order:

Revolution (NBC) 10.13 million, 4.0/10

Status: Full-season order and deservedly so — the NBC lights-out drama is kicking butt on Monday night and this week saw a ratings rise.

Elementary (CBS) 14.22 million, 3.5/10

Status: Full season order.

Made in Jersey (CBS) Cancelled after three episodes

The New Normal (NBC) 5.42 million, 2.2/6

Status: Full season order.

Go On! (NBC) 7.01 million, 2.7/7

Status: Full season order.

Guys With Kids (NBC) 4.9 million, 1.7/5

Status: Being at 8:30 p.m. probably helps. If we had to choose between this and Animal Practice getting a back nine, we vote for the daddies.

666 Park Ave (ABC) 6.45 million, 2.1/5

Status: Terry O’Quinn and Vanessa Williams are not scaring up many fans, but ABC isn’t ready to red tag the building just yet. It ordered a few more scripts to keep the writers’ room open until it decides whether to pick up the back nine.

The Last Resort (ABC) 8.95 million, 2.2/7

Status: Solid DVR numbers but we’d like to see the submarine drama stop its dive. Just like on 666, ABC ordered more scripts.

The Mob Doctor (Fox) 3.96 million, 1.2/3

Status: Oof, this is a dog. Time to send it to the pet cemetery.

The Mindy Project
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The Neighbors (ABC) 6.35 million, 1.9/5

Ben & Kate (Fox) 3.84 million, 1.9/5

Status: Back six order. All we can say is … wow.

Vegas (CBS) 14 million, 2.5/7

Status: Full season order.

The Mindy Project (Fox) 4.39 million, 2.3/6

Status: Yeah, we’re pretty underwhelmed by those ratings, too, but it still got a back nine pickup from Fox and an order for two more episodes.

Partners (CBS) 6.24 million, 2.3/6

Status: CBS will likely show some patience — especially in light of Fox’s lightning quick decision to pick up two of its new comedies.

Animal Practice (NBC) 4.86 million, 1.45

Status: Cancelled after four episodes, will replace Whitney (oy!) on Nov. 14.

Nashville (ABC)8.93 million, 2.8/8

Status: Its premiere wasn’t as auspicious as that of Revenge last year, and it didn’t help that the Connie Britton drama dropped in the second half hour. But this series is, hands down, the best new show of the season, so we think ABC will stay the course.

Chicago Fire (NBC) 6.61 million, 1.9/5

Status: The show came on with extremely low expectations, but it still did fair. We need to see more before making a prediction.

Arrow (CW) 4.14, 1.3/4

Status: It was the most-watched premiere since the start of The Vampire Diaries. This one is a no-brainer for the CW.

Beauty and the Beast (CW) 2.78, 1.2/3

Status: Good debut for the reboot, though it certainly didn’t hurt that it followed the fourth season premiere of The Vampire Diaries.

Still to come: Emily Owens M.D. (CW, Oct. 16), Malibu County (ABC, Nov. 2).