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Agents of Shield, Hannibal, Shark Tank, About A Boy, and other TV Shows Renewed. ABCs Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Dancing with the Stars, The Middle, Nashville, Shark Tank, The Bachelor, America’s Funniest Home Videos, NBC‘s Hannibal, About a Boy, Disney XD‘s Lab Rats, CBS Survivor and The Amazing Race, TBS’s Cougar Town, and Fox’s American Idol have all been renewed for new seasons.

On Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.:

While not a particularly strong ratings performer in Live+same day following a big launch, S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s overall numbers have been solid thanks to a significant DVR play.

On Dancing with the Stars:

As is the case with most aging reality franchises, the ratings for Dancing have come down and, starting last fall, the show went from two to one episode a week. Dancing is skewing older but still draws sizable audiences.

On Hannibal:

Hannibal has done OK in the Friday 10 PM slot as part of NBC’s genre block. So far this season, it is averaging a 1.4 in adults 18-49 and 3.6 million viewers in most current ratings after a big DVR boost. Hannibal also is the youngest 10 PM drama on the broadcast networks with a median age of 48.2.

On About a Boy:

The romantic comedy, from Jason Katims, has done solid business on Tuesdays behind The Voice, averaging a 2.4 rating in adults 18-49 and 8.3 million viewers in most current ratings. What’s more, after the inevitable post-premiere slide, the show has held ground in the ratings, even posting a few upticks.

On Lab Rats:

Lab Rats is Disney XD’s No. 1 series in total viewers and across its targeted kids and boys 2-11, 6-11, 6-14 and 9-14 demos.

On Shark Tank:

Shark Tank…has been driving ABC’s demo ratings dominance on Friday and which has stepped in to fill any hole the network might have open with its well-performing repeats.

On Cougar Town:

It finished the year as one of basic cable’s Top 10 original sitcoms with adults 18-49. In the most recent Season 5, the series averaged more than 2 million viewers and ranked as one of cable’s Top 10 comedies with adults 18-49 (1.3 million) and adults 18-34 (639,000) for Q1 2014.

On Nashville:

While it has developed a devoted following and has been a solid DVR performer, Nashville‘s ratings have been modest.

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