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2015 Fall TV Popularity Contest: And the Winner Is...

Jaime Alexander, Jake McDorman, Priyanka Chopra | Photo Credits: Virgina Sherwood/NBC, CBS, Phillipe Bosse/ABC

NBC'sBlindspotis the winner of's Fall TV Popularity Contest!

After more than 400,000 votes, Jaime Alexander's mystery tattooed lady drama won with a whopping 79 percent approval rating from our users. NBC agrees: The show has already been renewed for a second season! Blindspot follows in the footsteps of previous Popularity Contest winners Gotham, Sleepy Hollow, Arrow and Revenge.

Fall TV Report Card: How is the new class doing?

Taking the silver at 73 percent is ABC's FBI trainees-turned-terrorists drama Quantico, starring Bollywood sensation Priyanka Chopra. CBS' procedural Limitless, inspired by the Bradley Cooper movie of the same name, took the bronze at 68 percent. CBS' Melissa Benoist-fronted Supergirl came in fourth with 63 percent positive votes. All three of these finalists have already received full-season pickups.

On the other end of the spectrum, the most disliked new show of the fall season was the CW'sCrazy Ex-Girlfriend, which earned 82 percent negative votes. Also receiving mostly negative votes were Truth Be Told (80 percent), Wicked City (73 percent), Dr. Ken (70 percent), Scream Queens and Blood & Oil (64 percent each) and Rosewood (59 percent). Of those seven, only Wicked City has been officially canceled. Truth Be Told and Blood & Oil both had their episode orders trimmed (meaning they're effectively canceled), but Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Dr. Ken and Rosewood have been picked up for full seasons. Scream Queens was designed as a limited series.

Check out the full rankings below. What do you think of the results? Did our users get it right?

1. Blindspot (NBC)
2. Quantico (ABC)
3. Limitless (CBS)
4. Supergirl (CBS)
5. Chicago Med (NBC)
6.Heroes Reborn (NBC
)7. Code Black (CBS)
8. The Grinder (Fox)
9. Grandfathered (Fox)
10. The Player (NBC)
11. The Muppets (ABC)
12. Minority Report (Fox)
13. Life in Pieces (CBS)
14. Rosewood (Fox)
15. Blood & Oil (ABC)
16. Scream Queens (Fox)
17. Dr. Ken (ABC)
18. Wicked City (ABC)
19. Truth Be Told (NBC)
20. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CW)

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Thanks to State of the Union Address, Agent Carter Will Return Later Than Expected

Hayley Atwell, Agent Carter

Marvel's Agent Carterwill be returning a little later than expected.

Due to the State of the Union address planned for Jan. 12, the second season of the spy series will now premiere on Jan. 19 at 9/8c, ABC announced Tuesday. The two-hour premiere will kick off Peggy's (Hayley Atwell) adventures in Los Angeles while handling a new mission with the SSR.

Check out the trailer for the new season!

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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Announced He's a Dad in the Most Generous Way Possible

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan | Photo Credits: Corbis

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan welcomed their daughter Max last week CNN reports. They made the announcement on Facebook, of course.

Zuckerberg, 31, and Chan, 30, have been open about their journey to becoming parents, revealing that they had three miscarriages and that he would take two months of paternity leave.

Oh Baby! Mark Zuckerberg announced he'll be a dad on Facebook

Zuckerberg is also giving the world his own gift now that he has one: the CEO announced that they'd donate 99 percent of their Facebook stock, worth about $45 billion, "during our lives" to promote equality. Their initiative will target research for common causes of death, including heart disease, as well as education.

Congratulations to the couple and, uh, mankind too, it sounds like!

See Zuckerberg's full Facebook announcement below:

Priscilla and I are so happy to welcome our daughter Max into this world!For her birth, we wrote a letter to her about...

Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, December 1, 2015

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