Zoo In The Media

Surprisingly, the ratings for the second week were steady in the 18-49 demo, in comparison with the first episode.  Granted, it's still very early, but that's not a bad way to kick things off.

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Zoo hit a series low in the 18-49 ratings -- dropping from 1.2 to 0.9, and it also lost around 800,000 total viewers week over week.

 

http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2015/08/19/tv-ratings-tuesday-americas-got-talent-z00-hollywood-game-night-down-extreme-weight-loss-are-you-smarter-than-a-5th-grader-flat/450048/

When the station decides to preempt 10 minutes in for a half hour tornado watch in Chicago and everybody tunes out, does that effect the ratings?
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Wait, people tuned out of a weather broadcast because it's worse entertainment than this show? Unpossible!

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Wait, people tuned out of a weather broadcast because it's worse entertainment than this show? Unpossible!

I felt sorry for the weather guy. He had to keep repeating the same stuff over and over with very little change for at least half an hour until the tornado watch was over. I waited for 10 minutes, thinking I wouldn't miss much, but half an hour is enough time for the show's band, Chekhov's Golden Lab, to have come up with another new hit after their first top-of-the-charts single, "Arctic Lesbians," and I didn't want to risk hearing the new song's coda before the main verses.
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I sure hope that Under the Dome's cancellation doesn't mean this gets a second season, because the stupidity is starting to outweigh the snarkability.

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Hmm. I thought CBS would have announced whether this was renewed or not by now. Maybe they're waiting to see other summer 2016 pilots.

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Hmm. I thought CBS would have announced whether this was renewed or not by now. Maybe they're waiting to see other summer 2016 pilots.

 

Seems weird since they already announced UTD awhile ago, I guess maybe they are waiting for the pilots.

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I was flipping through Netflix titles.  Whoa, Zoo is already on Netflix.  Is it a good or bad sign regarding a possible S2?

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Press release for the Season 2 Premiere:


ZOO, last summer's #1 scripted series, returns for its second season with a special two-hour premiere, Tuesday, June 28 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) before moving to its regular Tuesday (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) time period July 5.

 

In season two, the danger escalates as the animal mutation moves to phase two, and they begin attacking infrastructure and creating deadly environmental phenomena in an effort to make the planet uninhabitable. Also, the team discovers a shocking mutation that threatens the life of one of their own.

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In season two, the danger escalates as the animal mutation moves to phase two, and they begin attacking infrastructure and creating deadly environmental phenomena in an effort to make the planet uninhabitable.

OMG! Phase two means animals start to behave like humans! I can't wait for the cunning plan the killer zebras will hatch in order to create a deadly environmental phenomena (I thought Argentinian cows had already taken care of that with their poops?)!

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I'm sure the show will completely ignore that season-ending animal charge... it will just pick up and pretend that nothing happened.

I'm hoping for some cast changes... as in, is it too much to hope that they got rid of Flinty Voiced Reporter Lady?

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She's a series regular - no such luck. But according to tv line Joanne Kelly (Warehouse 13) will get a recurring part as Deputy Secretary of Defense - apparently she has some history with Mitch. That could be fun.

I wouldn't put too much hope into any sort of continuity. But wasn't Oz suffering from some mysterious affliction during last season's finale? I do hope that shocking mutation threatening his life won't mess with the pretty!

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I'm so pumped for Zoo to start back! It's the only silly/snarky show I watch so I'm really looking forward to it and this forum and recaps are easily the funniest. I hope they have embraced the sheer lunacy of the concept and have Sharknadoed/Snakes on a Planed the hell out of it, they really have to go with the campy fun and stop pretending it's a serious show.

I had people over for dinner recently and showed them cat tree, the gun pulled on the elderly pug, the scary ginger cat chasing Oz and the end scene of the finale and OMG they loved it! It was a bonafide party hit. TMI but my sister actually wet herself during the pug scene lol. She has 2 pugs and knows how incredibly dangerous they are haha. That scene was one of the best pieces of TV I've ever viewed.

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Okay, they need to start putting what animal is attacking in the episode descriptions, because that info might get me to watch.

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LOL! That was great ! Especially the comeback after the initial retreat - you could basically see the bubble over its head "Nope, I'm not going to take it!!! You f*** off human!!!" I knew raccoons had a bad reputation but that pretty much explains why.

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Am I imagining it, or was tonight's episode listed at zap2it.com as being pre-empted by the DNC as recently as last night, but now is showing a new Zoo tonight?

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Oh, dear God! Part of me is annoyed that great shows like Limitless get axed and this train-wreck gets renewed. But it's a summer show, nothing else is on and so it keeps on denying us killer zebras or any rhyme or reason! Carry on Zoo, be delightfully insane!

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6 hours ago, shapeshifter said:

Yay?

Yup, yay :))

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How ?   Better question -- why ???

There is nowhere but down from ice lizards and earthquake sloths.

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Yes!!! Now, about the killer zebras they've been promising us...

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So much for Zoosday. For season 3, Zoo is moving to Thursday at 10/9 central and premieres on June 29th.

Edited by Pamela.
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