Feb 1 2013, 1:08pm CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
The Following is the most popular midseason show, according to TVGuide.com users' Watchlist adds — and it definitely shows. The Fox serial killer thriller, starring Kevin Bacon, was the most-added new midseason series on TVGuide.com's Watchlist and that excitement has been reflected in the show's ratings. The drama premiered last week to 10.4 million viewers and a 3.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic and this week became the only new drama this season to grow in its second week. NBC's Deception and 1600 Penn follow in second and third place and have performed well, with the former even beating CBS' Hawaii Five-0. For second fall TV season in a row, Watchlist users correctly predicted the season's hits: Eight of the 10 most-added new shows received full-season pickups. What are Watchlist users looking forward to this spring? Check out the top 10 below. 1. The Following (Fox) 2. Deception (NBC) 3. 1600 Penn (NBC) 4. The Carrie Diaries (The CW) 5. Zero Hour (ABC) 6. Cult (The CW) 7. Do No Harm (NBC) 8. Red Widow (ABC) 9. Mistresses (ABC) 10. Crossbones (NBC) Want to make your voice heard? Watch this video to find out how a Watchlist will simplify your TV life. Then, create your own Watchlist and add your favorite shows, celebs, movies and teams. And be sure to download our new mobile app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, where you'll be able to access your Watchlist. In January, TVGuide.com had a record-breaking month, with more than 16.5 million monthly unique users of TVGuide.com, more than 2.5 million monthly active users of its iOS and Android apps, and more than 1 million registered Watchlist users.
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