Sci Fi TV Pulse: The Ongoing Battle Between Haven and The 100 Continues, Can Another Show Challenge Them?

By | November 2, 2014


the-100-cancelledThis weekly poll is a way to gauge engagement among sci fi fans relating to the genre TV shows currently airing for the Fall season.  The poll only includes shows from the Fall 2014 season that have had their debuts or that will be premiering during the current week (and the BBC America entries that debuted late August are included as well).  Please vote each week on which shows you are watching and also feel free to add comments about these shows below.  We will be compiling this information throughout the season and sending the statistics to the television network so that they can see which shows have generated the most engagement from the sci fi audience.

Comments: It was neck and neck between Haven and The 100 most of last week, but The 100 took off for the finish line on the last day and ended with a pretty big lead (and it now leads season-to-date as well).   These shows may not have the Nielsen results, but their fans are definitely engaged.  I expect another tight race between them this week, and maybe another show will start to challenge them at some point as well.

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Season to Date Results Thru Prior Week (Click to Expand):

Sci Fi TV Pulse Results

6 thoughts on “Sci Fi TV Pulse: The Ongoing Battle Between Haven and The 100 Continues, Can Another Show Challenge Them?

  1. Meg

    I am obsessed with the 100 it is the best show ever it is even better than Doctor Who and even *whispers* Agents of SHIELD. Seriously though the actors and actresses are a) beautiful b) brilliant c) can make your stomach do butterflies with just a look. The writers are fab-u-lous darling! The storyline flows really well whilst keeping all characters in the mix they dont drop and pick up characters when it suits them and my god the end of season 1… broke my heart. Literally….
    please vote for the 100 we’re a small fandom but together we are strong.

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  2. edith

    the 100 definitely deserves third season. it’s honestly such an unexpected miracle to happen on modern TV, and i warmly advise anyone and everyone to check it out! it takes a few episodes to get to know the dynamics of the characters, but once the plot takes off, you’re in for life. so yeah, GO 100!

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  3. Titina

    Love The 100! Hope fans continue to rally and the show gets a third season! Such a great show and it getting better and better. Here´s hoping it continue to win the poll and more fans watch the show live.
    It was the number one show on Netflix! That should mean something!

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  4. Clarke

    The 100 is an amazing show, and I’m glad to see it winning! Next step, Season 3! And that will be even more possible if this petition can get a ton of signatures! Even if you’re not voting for The 100 in this poll, a signature would be greatly appreciated!

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  5. jen

    The 100 is amazing! We need a 3rd season! It has a brilliant storyline and complex characters, The cast and crew do a wonderful job on bringing the world to life. When it gets more promotion, this show will be a goldmine!

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  6. Laine

    It’s pretty terrible when you have to spend time voting and re-voting in polls to “prove” the popularity of the show. It’s wrong to use contest like this to judge popularity by the numbers. The audience for The 100 is largely a teen to young adult cast. They vote while in line, while waiting, talking to other people. They have the time. You’re not going to find as strong a showing in these “competitions.” when shows appeal to an audience with a range exceeding the 25 and under age group. These people have stuff to do. I know one who runs an animal rescue while working full time in financial services. They have jobs, and often spouses and children. They have no time to vote and re-vote in popularity polls, even if they had the time to find out they exist. So, when a program like Haven, which reaches a wide age range fails here, it’s no surprise. But the network shouldn’t ditch programming which appears to lose due to this situational response bias. People over 25 are a good advertising target. They HAVE TO spend. They buy cars, spend on the house, the family. Wouldn’t it be better if they bought from the advertisers?

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