2 Broke Girls got what's coming to it today: A full-season order.
The comedy is the fall season's top-rated, most-watched new show. It's also the second Whitney Cummings show, after Whitney, to get a pick up.
Which freshman series will be next to join the Cummingses (and New Girl and Up All Night) in the land of 22-episode success?
MOST LIKELY TO
• Revenge: After two weeks, it's a Top 30 show among 18-to-49-year-olds. (By comparison, Up All Night's ranked 48th on the young season.)
• Person of Interest: Top 35 ain't bad, either.
• Suburgatory: It's only had one outing, but it was a really good one. One question: Can it do it again tonight?
• Unforgettable: It's not the showiest show, but it wins its time slot, as it did last night, with 11.3 million estimated viewers.
LESS LIKELY TO
• How to Be a Gentlemen: This could be the new $#*! My Dad Says, a high-rated comedy that pays the ultimate prime-time price for failing to hold on to enough of Big Bang Theory's audience. Then again, maybe it won't be. Too soon to tell.
• Pan Am: Ditto on the too-soon-to-tell thing.
• Charlie's Angels, Prime Suspect, Free Agents: For fairly evident ratings deficiencies.
• New Girl: Lest you think Fox picked up this one too soon, let it be noted it was Tuesday's most demographically desirable show. Again.