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Can we say a prayer for V now?

Can we say a prayer for V now? Already hobbled by a repeat of No Ordinary Family as the lead-in, the drama’s second season finale only posted a 1.8/5 in 18-49 and 5.2 million viewers. That’s up 6 percent from last week, but down 14 percent from last year’s finale on May 18.  The writing is on the wall for this series (for more, check out our scorecard here), but it’s always a shame when high-concept projects like this one seem destined for the junk pile. And V’s performance spelled more bad news for Detroit 1-8-7

Source: EW

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V 2×10 Ratings | Official ABC Press Release

Season Finale of ABC’s “V” is No. 1 in its Time Slot in Men 18-49, Drawing its Biggest Audience in 4 Weeks and Highest Men 18-49 Number Since January
“V” (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
The 2nd season finale of ABC’s “V” posted gains over the prior week in all key Adult and Men demos, attracting the show’s largest overall audience (5.3 million) and its highest Men 18-34 (1.2/4) and Men 25-54 (2.4/6) numbers in 4 weeks – since 2/15/11. Further, “V” matched its highest rating in Men 18-49 (2.0/6) since mid-January – since 1/18/11.
• The ABC drama ranked No. 1 in the 9 o’clock hour in Men 18-49 (tie), standing as the No. 2 TV show on Tuesday (tie).

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Morena about Erica’s loss

TV Guide Magazine: As teased, three series regulars were killed off. Your character, Anna, pierced her tail right through Diana [Jane Badler]; Anna’s daughter, Lisa No. 2, mated with Tyler [Logan Huffman] and then sunk her teeth into him as Lisa No. 1 [Laura Vandervoort] watched in horror; and Ryan [Morris Chestnut] had his neck snapped by the tail of his rapidly-aging daughter. It must have been a rough day on set when that script was released.
Baccarin: It was really sad and hard on all of us. I think Morris is a little bit less final than the others, so we don’t know if he’s coming back or not. For all intents and purposes, Ryan’s dead, but you don’t really see him die, so you never know. But with Jane, I knew I was sticking my tail through her, so that’s a little hard to out-maneuver. Jane was really sad because she really loved her time with us, and we’d embraced her into the family. And with Logan it was especially sad. He’d been with us from the beginning, and we see him as the kid in the show no matter how old he is. But I think it’s great that we went this far; it really makes it. We needed Erica [Elizabeth Mitchell] to suffer a major loss to really go the length she needs to go. It’s going to be great in the end, but it’s really hard on everybody when it happens.

Source: TV GUIDE

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