The first big batch of full-season orders have been handed out for the Fall’s new network shows with CBS’ “Magnum P.I.,” “God Friended Me” and “The Neighborhood” along with ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” spin-off “Station 19” all scoring an additional seven or nine episodes with each now boasting a full season of around 22 episodes.
In terms of viewership, episodes of “God Friended Me,” “Magnum P.I.” and “The Neighborhood” are averaging ten, nine and eight million viewers respectively so far. With “FBI” having already had its season extended earlier this month, that leaves “Happy Together” as the sole new CBS show that hasn’t scored a full season order as yet.
“Station 19” debuted mid-season earlier this year with the second season only granted a thirteen episode order. With the additional nine episodes, it will now have a standard full season run. The series is averaging 7.9 million viewers per episode this season.