None of NBC's shows are performing terribly during the 2022-23 TV season.
That can change as we head into early 2023.
There have been reports that NBC is mulling handing its 10 p.m. slot back to affiliates, meaning there could be fewer shows on the network overall next season.
If this is the case, newer entries like Quantum Leap and La Brea would get the chop.
It could also lead to the demise of one of the Chicago shows. Does anyone remember Chicago Justice?
Scroll down to find out how every show is holding up.
Chicago Fire - Certain Renewal
Chicago Fire is averaging 7 million viewers and a 0.69 rating in the demo.
The series soars with delayed viewing, so there's no way NBC would part ways with it any time soon.
Chicago Med - Certain Renewal
Chicago Med is averaging 6.7 million viewers and a 0.64 rating in the demo.
It doesn't get the lifts of the other shows in the franchise, but the live numbers are the most important here.
Chicago PD - Certain Renewal
The series is a strong option for NBC, with its current season averaging 5.6 million viewers and a 0.64 rating.
It draws solid gains with the DVR factored in.
NBC might try it out on another night if the 10 p.m. slot is no longer feasible.
Law & Order: SVU - Certain Renewal
The series remains a solid option for NBC, averaging 4.6 million viewers and a 0.58 rating.
It will be on the air for the years to come.
Law & Order - Certain Renewal
NBC brought the show back last season after a decade on the air. 4.3 million viewers and a 0.49 rating are respectable numbers for broadcast, especially for a show tethered to one of the biggest shows on TV.
Law & Order: Organized Crime - Certain Renewal
Law & Order: Organized Crime remains a solid performer in the10 p.m. slot.
The series is averaging 3.6 million viewers and a 0.49 rating.
NBC will keep this one around for a few years yet.
La Brea - Could Go Either Way
La Brea lost considerable steam this season.
It is averaging 3.6 million viewers and a 0.38 rating.
IIt could be in some serious danger if NBC hands over the 10 p.m. slot back to affiliates.
Quantum Leap - Could Go Either Way
The freshman drama is averaging 2.6 million viewers and a 0.37 rating in the demo, losing a big chunk from a strong lead-in The Voice.
However, it does command strong viewing in delayed numbers, leading the freshman crop in the demo.
NBC gave it a vote of confidence with a backorder, but it would need to increase a bit to move to likely renewal status.
New Amsterdam - Ending
New Amsterdam will end its run with a truncated fifth season.