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Stephen Amell stars in “Arrow,” which has been picked up for a full season.

Fall TV Scorecard

“The Mob Doctor” on Fox stars Jordana Spiro.

Keeping track of your favorite new series can be difficult, so here are the standings as of Tuesday afternoon for the new fall shows, according to information released by the networks.

Many of the networks took a staggered approach to debuting their new shows over the past six weeks, so some in the undecided column have only aired two episodes.

Full seasons ordered

•“Arrow,” The CW

•“Ben and Kate,” Fox

•“Elementary,” CBS

•“Go On,” NBC

•“Revolution,” NBC

•“The Mindy Project,” Fox

•“The New Normal,” NBC

•“Vegas,” CBS


•“Animal Practice,” NBC

•“Made in Jersey,” CBS

Yet to air

•“Malibu Country,” ABC (scheduled to premiere Nov. 2)


•“666 Park Avenue,” ABC

•“Beauty and the Beast,” The CW

•“Chicago Fire,” NBC

•“Emily Owens, M.D.”, The CW

•“Guys With Kids,” NBC

•“Last Resort,” ABC

•“Nashville,” ABC

•“Partners,” CBS

•“The Mob Doctor,” Fox

•“The Neighbors,” ABC

NOTE: Bold titles above denote that more scripts of these series have been ordered beyond the network’s initial production order. This often indicates interest in a full-season by the network, but does not guarantee those scripts will be produced.

– Journal Gazette