The Good News: The Southern-fried satire has proven itself to be a better, sassier fit for the "Desperate Housewives" audience than "Pan Am," its timeslot predecessor. With "Housewives" ending, ABC may want to retain some stability on the night next season. The Bad News: The demos are still just OK for Sunday night. And with serialized shows, it's much more difficult to grow an audience over time if they don't show up initially. There's also Shonda Rhimes' "Scandal," which could nudge it out if ABC's drama pilots come back strong.
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