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There are two nights left to count until the 2019-2020 television season is in the books and, as usual, some shows had a better year than others. This time around, broadcast’s lowest-rated entertainment series among adults 18-49, which is the demographic beloved by advertisers, was the Melissa McCarthy-hosted kids’ talent show “Little Big Shots,” with several series tying for second-to-last place. Click through TheWrap’s gallery to see this season’s 22 lowest-rated broadcast TV shows rank by their “most current” Nielsen ratings, which include a week’s worth of delayed viewing where available. For the purposes of this story, we elected not to count shows on The CW and newsmagazines like “20/20,” “48 Hours” and “Dateline,” which would have gobbled up several slots. The list goes highest-rated to lowest-rated — and yes, there are ties. You can find TheWrap’s rankings of this season’s highest-rated shows here.

CBS/Fox/NBC/ABC

  • Rank: 17 (tie)     Show: “Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector”      Net: NBC      18-49 Rating: 0.8

    The hunt for viewers on a Friday night is not an easy one.

    NBC

  • Rank: 17 (tie)     Show: “God Friended Me”      Net: CBS      18-49 Rating: 0.8

    CBS unfriended drama after two seasons.

    CBS

  • Rank: 17 (tie)    Show: “Undercover Boss”      Net: CBS      18-49 Rating: 0.8

    Unscripted series will remain undercover with these ratings.

    CBS

  • Rank: 17 (tie)     Show: “mixed-ish”      Net: ABC      18-49 Rating: 0.8

    Nielsen results are a little worse than mixed-ish.

    ABC

  • Rank: 17 (tie)     Show: “Bob’s Burgers”      Net: Fox      18-49 Rating: 0.8

    Well done, but the numbers are hard to digest.

    Fox

  • Rank: 17 (tie)     Show: “Outmatched”      Net: Fox      18-49 Rating: 0.8

    It’s right there in the title.

    Fox

  • Rank: 11 (tie)     Show: “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist”      Net: NBC      18-49 Rating: 0.7

    Everything short of extraordinary.

    NBC

  • Rank: 11 (tie)     Show: “Madam Secretary”      Net: CBS      18-49 Rating: 0.7

    File “Secretary” away, this season was preplanned to be its last.

    CBS

  • Rank: 11 (tie)     Show: “Tommy”      Net: CBS      18-49 Rating: 0.7

    It was no “Sopranos” or “Nurse Jackie.”

  • Rank: 11 (tie)    Show: “The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart”      Net: ABC      18-49 Rating: 0.7

    Heartbreaking installment of the highly successful “Bachelor” franchise.

    ABC

  • Rank: 11 (tie)     Show: “Great American Baking Show”      Net: ABC      18-49 Rating: 0.7

    Maybe just “American Baking Show.”

    ABC

  • Rank: 11 (tie)     Show: “Almost Family”      Net: Fox       18-49 Rating: 0.7

    With a logline like this — A woman who grew up as an only child discovers that her dad fathered many other children as a sperm donor — what could go wrong?

    Fox

  • Rank: 5 (tie)     Show: “Perfect Harmony”      Net: NBC       18-49 Rating: 0.6

    The puns just write themselves.

    NBC

  • Rank: 5 (tie)     Show: “The Wall”      Net: NBC       18-49  Rating: 0.6

    Plug and play doesn’t mean it plays well.

    NBC

  • Rank: 5 (tie)     Show: “The Baker and the Beauty”      Net: ABC       18-49 Rating: 0.6

    ABC series whips up some poor ratings.

    ABC

  • Rank: 5 (tie)     Show: “Fresh Off the Boat”      Net: ABC       18-49 Rating: 0.6

    And you think Constance Wu didn’t want a Season 6…

    ABC

  • Rank: 5 (tie)     Show: “Kids Say the Darndest Things”      Net: ABC       18-49 Rating: 0.6

    Damned.

    ABC

  • Rank: 5 (tie)     Show: “Flirty Dancing”      Net: Fox       18-49 Rating: 0.6

    Not every silly Fox premise ends up being “The Masked Singer.”

    Fox

  • Rank: 2 (tie)     Show: “Indebted”      Net: NBC       18-49 Rating: 0.5

    We have no jokes on this show, other than to say there were no good jokes on this show.

    NBC

  • Rank: 2 (tie)     Show: “Sunnyside”      Net: NBC       18-49 Rating: 0.5

    There is no bright side.

    NBC

  • Rank: 2 (tie)     Show: “Duncanville”      Net: Fox       18-49 Rating: 0.5

    “Duncanville” was renewed, if you can believe it. Only in 2020.

    Fox

  • Rank: 1     Show: “Little Big Shots”      Net: NBC       18-49 Rating: 0.4

    “Blindspot,” “Celebrity Watch Party” and “Council of Dads” would be here too if it weren’t for timing.

    NBC

  • Somehow these aren’t ALL canceled

    There are two nights left to count until the 2019-2020 television season is in the books and, as usual, some shows had a better year than others. This time around, broadcast’s lowest-rated entertainment series among adults 18-49, which is the demographic beloved by advertisers, was the Melissa McCarthy-hosted kids’ talent show “Little Big Shots,” with several series tying for second-to-last place. Click through TheWrap’s gallery to see this season’s 22 lowest-rated broadcast TV shows rank by their “most current” Nielsen ratings, which include a week’s worth of delayed viewing where available. For the purposes of this story, we elected not to count shows on The CW and newsmagazines like “20/20,” “48 Hours” and “Dateline,” which would have gobbled up several slots. The list goes highest-rated to lowest-rated — and yes, there are ties. You can find TheWrap’s rankings of this season’s highest-rated shows here.

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