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Good Sam - Season 1

Good Sam is an American medical drama television series created by Katie Wech for CBS, starring Sophia Bush and Jason Isaacs, which premiered on January 5, 2022.[1] In May 2022, the series was canceled after one season.[2]

Good Sam - Season 1

On September 19, 2019, CBS put Good Sam into development.[22] Writer Katie Wech produced the series with Jennie Snyder Urman through her Sutton St. Productions and CBS Television Studios. In February 2020, the series was given a pilot order, with further development paused during the COVID-19 pandemic.[23] On May 14, 2021, the show was given a series order.[24] On May 12, 2022, CBS canceled the series after one season.[2]

Per the latest Live+7 DVR ratings, Good Sam has been averaging barely 4 million total viewers along with a 0.5 demo rating, ranking last in both measures out of the 14 dramas CBS has aired this TV season.

The series was put in development by CBS in 2019 and premiered back in January of this year, consisting of 13 episodes. According to the most recent Nielsen ratings, Good Sam was averaging just below 4 million total viewers at around 3.6 million with a 0.4 rating in the key demo. These numbers are provided by Variety. While these numbers don't seem too bad, the series ranked the lowest in both the demo and total viewers out of CBS' 14 drama series that aired this TV season. Bush's upcoming project includes the film being directed by Bryan Greenberg, covering the opioid crisis in America that is currently in pre-production. Isaacs recently joined the cast of the Tom Holland-led series The Crowded Room.

Premiering Thursday, March 31 as a midseason comedy, "How We Roll" is averaging a 0.4 rating among adults 18-49 and 4.4 million total viewers, according to the "most current" Nielsen data, which includes a week's worth of viewing where available.

At a restaurant, the medical residents are discussing Sam and Griffin. Tucker blames Sam for her situation with Griffin because she took it. He says Griffin is the better doctor of the two. Shah describes Sam as a good person and doctor.

GOOD SAM stars Sophia Bush as Dr. Sam Griffith, a gifted heart surgeon who excels in her new leadership role as Chief of Surgery after her renowned boss falls into a coma. When her former boss wakes up months later demanding to resume his duties, Sam is tasked with supervising this egotistical expert with a scalpel who never acknowledged her stellar talent. Complicating matters is that the caustic and arrogant Dr. Rob "Griff" Griffith also happens to be her father. GOOD SAM premieres during the 2021-2022 broadcast season on the CBS Television Network. GOOD SAM stars Sophia Bush as Dr. Sam Griffith, Jason Isaacs as Dr. Rob "Griff" Griffith, Skye P. Marshall as Dr. Lex Trulie, Michael Stahl-David as Dr. Caleb Tucker, Davi Santos as Dr. Joey Costa, Omar Maskati as Dr. Isan M. Shah, Wendy Crewson as Vivian Katz and Edwin Hodge as Malcolm A. Kingsley. Pictured: Sophia Bush as Dr. Sam Griffith. Photo: Ramona Diaconescu/CBS 2021 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Good Sam has given CBS another compelling medical drama after the network canceled Code Black several years ago. Unfortunately, like Code Black, it hasn't been an immediate ratings hit despite all the praise from fans. So what's the future of Good Sam? Has the show been canceled before the end of its first season?

Despite praise from viewers, Good Sam struggled to gain solid ratings or find a steady audience. According to the latest Live+7 ratings, the series has brought in an average of around 4 million total viewers and a 0.5 rating in the all-important 18-49 age demographic, putting it in last place out of all the CBS dramas airing this season.

For those who might not be overly familiar with the term "midseason" in television, it means the second half of the recognized television season that generally takes place from January to May. So in theory, "Good Sam" could premiere at any point in early 2022, but it does look like the upcoming show will be released on CBS sooner rather than later. So far, there has only been one short promo released, and an official release date will likely accompany the first official trailer for "Good Sam."

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