Poor reviews and modest ratings aside, Fox sitcom "Dads" has earned an order of six more scripts from the network.
In its most recent airing, "Dads" finished fourth in its 8 p.m. Tuesday timeslot with a 1.3 rating and 4 share among viewers 18-49 and 3.1 million viewers overall. It is performing slightly worse than fellow newcomer "Brooklyn Nine Nine" (which received its own new script order recently) but better than second-year sitcom "The Mindy Project," which airs at 9:30.
ABC freshman drama "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD," not to mention veterans "NCIS" on CBS and "The Voice" on NBC.
Entertainment Weekly first reported the news.
Fox's 'Dads': Six More Scripts Ordered
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