CBS’ Hawaiian crime-fighting saga “Magnum, P.I.” and ABC’s soapy drama “A Million Little Things” led USA TODAY’s 25th annual Save Our Shows poll.

Nearly 70,000 votes cast in the April survey revealed the two fourth-season dramas were the clear favorites among fans hoping for another run. This year, 24 endangered network TV series were featured in the poll. Almost half of voters (49%) want “Magnum” back – a remake of Tom Selleck’s 1980s series that stars Jay Hernandez – while just 14% voted to cancel it. And “Million,” a perennial “on the bubble” series, was favored by 33%, with 17% opting to say goodbye. (The remaining percentage of voters didn’t care either way.) 

Other top-performing series in this year’s poll were ABC’s “Big Sky” (with 30% support), two of Chuck Lorre’s CBS sitcoms – “United States of Al” (with 29% voting to keep it) and “B Positive” (27% said yes) – and Mayim Bialik’s Fox comedy “Call Me Kat” (27%). 

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