ABC’s history is littered with soapy drama about powerful families. Some were major ratings hits while others were canceled after a season or two. How the new entry, Promised land, perform for alphabet network? Will it be renewed for season 2? Stay tuned.
A family drama series, the Promised land The TV show stars John Ortiz, Cecilia Suárez, Augusto Aguilera, Christina Ochoa, Mariel Molino, Tonatiuh Elizarraraz, Andres Velez, Katya Martín, Rolando Chusan and Bellamy Young. Yul Vazquez, Julio Macias, Ariana Guerra, Kerri Medders, Tom Amandes, Natalia del Riego and Miguel Angel Garcia return. The story revolves around two Latinx families vying for wealth and power in California’s Sonoma Valley. Joe Sandoval (Ortiz) is the patriarch of his family who took a small vineyard owned by an old rival and turned it into a wine and beverage empire, Heritage Vineyard. Along the way, he alienated many people from it, including members of his own family. More than just a savvy corporate fighter, Joe can do anything in a vineyard, but finds himself at a crossroads when an enemy from his past resurfaces. His wife, Lettie (Suarez), will do anything to keep her family intact, despite all their frayed allegiances. Their children are very capable Veronica (Ochoa), estranged Antonio (Tonatiuh), party girl Carmen (Molino), erratic Junior (Garcia) and stepson Mateo (Aguilera), the hardworking and highly capable general manager of the vineyard. Meanwhile, immigrants Carlos (Velez), Billy (Chusan), Juana (Martin), and Rosa (Guerra) cross the border into Mexico in search of a better life..
Ratings are usually the best indication of a show’s chances of staying on the air. The higher the odds, the better the chances of survival. This table will be updated as new ranking data becomes available.
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To note: These are the final national rankings, including all Live+ same-day viewing and DVR playback (until 3:00 a.m.). Early Affiliate Quick Ratings (Estimates) are marked with an “*”. Although these numbers do not include delayed or streaming viewing, they are a very good indicator of a show’s performance, especially when compared to others on the same channel. There may be other economic factors involved in a show’s fate, but generally the highest-rated series are renewed and the lowest-rated ones are canceled.
What do you think? do you like it Promised land TV series on ABC? Should it be canceled or renewed for a second season?