11:38 PM / Posted by Sheldon /

12 April 2010,
First, Yvonne Strahovski won E! Online's "Girl on Top" competition, then Chuck and Sarah won E! Online's "TV's Favourite Couple" poll and now "Chuck" has won the big one, E! Online's huge "Save One Show" poll. Chuck scored 52% of the vote, with it's nearest threat, One Tree Hill, at just 20%. From E! Online: "We are so thankful that our fans voted for Chuck in such a huge way," Chuck bosses Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak tell us today of their SOS win. "Though we are also a little frightened of their ability to control the Internet. Our fear aside, we are honored to have the greatest fans in the history of television."

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Comment by frz on April 13, 2010 at 3:09 AM

Oh yeah! That's right! We save the day! Way to go Chuck!

SylphOnFire on April 13, 2010 at 4:35 AM

WOOOHOOOOOO!!!!! Chuck! Chuck! Chuck! Chuck!

Nic on April 13, 2010 at 4:45 AM

That's AWESOME!! IMO Chuck was the only show in that poll that deserves to be renewed.

Can we get a link to the poll results?

Anonymous on April 13, 2010 at 5:20 AM

Chuck is awesome...now hopefully NBC wont make another stupid mistake by taking it off the air like they did with CONAN.

Comment by STARS_CHICK on April 13, 2010 at 5:29 AM

YEAH CHUCK!!!!!!!!!! I hate the fact that a great show like this has to go though all of this when some of the most boring and/or horrible show are still running. I wish this show was on a better and more popular network so it could get the rating it deserve!!!! *Note I do like NBC*

Marco from Italy on April 13, 2010 at 1:53 PM

WOW !! Great news, basically it is just the best television show ever. Go Chuck !!

Anonymous on April 13, 2010 at 10:22 PM

Yes STAR_CHICK right if Chuck was on another network like SYFY it might get better rating.

Comment by Ryan on April 14, 2010 at 8:04 AM

From April 4, 2010

On NBC, “Heroes” is the network’s biggest question mark, with the Peacock strongly considering a final-season order. Like every bubble show, the quality of the network’s pilots will play a key role in deciding how many shows return. “Chuck” is less of a mystery -- the network is more optimistic this year than last. If freshman drama “Parenthood” can remain stable in the coming weeks, NBC likely will give the series another shot in the fall. "Law & Order" is pricey and modestly rated -- the two most lethal causes of death for older shows -- but NBC will find it tough to resist the lure of making "L&O" the longest-running drama series in history.


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