Originally Posted by keg in kc
My thinking is correct because that's how they determine the success or failure of their shows. They'll still cancel Grimm after a month even with me watching it on Hulu, because I'm not watching it live - which is all that counts in their minds - which I can't do because my DVR can only record two shows an hour, and those shows will be the incumbents Fringe and Supernatural.
When they change their thinking, then I'll change my prediction.
Different topic for a different thread but to chime in on this: if networks think anyone is watching "live" any more, they're on crack. Probably the only things people watch live are "Survivor", "American Idol", and "Dancing With The Stars"... in other words, reality-based shows where watercooler talk about the results will be hot and heavy. (Hell, my wife sometimes still time-shifts by an hour later, just to fast-forward through commercials; in a pinch, she'll just watch the last 10 minutes to see who got kicked off and then she'll watch the first part of the show the day after.)