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After TV networks decided what will stay and what will go, the carnage is now over. That means fans can breathe and focus on what survived for another year and the new shows.

To find out which new shows have most captured fans’ attention, Business Insider partnered with Amobee Brand Intelligencea company that provides marketing insight and measures real-time content consumption across the internet. Amobee analyzed the digital engagement around the newly announced shows in order to find out which ones were attracting the most chatter.

The reboots and revivals had the most tongues wagging. The trend of bringing back series has been in full force for the last few years. This season, “American Idol,” “Roseanne,” and “Will & Grace” will be joining those ranks.

Another popular theme: shows that belong to a franchise, such as ABC’s new Marvel’s show, “Inhumans,” and CBS’s “Big Bang Theory” spin-off, “Young Sheldon.”

Here are the 10 most talked-about new shows right now:

10. “The Good Doctor” (ABC)

Fresh off finishing his run with “Bates Motel,” Freddie Highmore stars on “The Good Dootor” as a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome whose social skills and medical talents are tested at a new hospital.

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9. Untitled “Grey’s Anatomy” spin-off (ABC)

ABC is copying NBC’s “Chicago” franchise model by ordering a spin-off of “Grey’s Anatomy” set in a firehouse. 

8. “Wisdom of the Crowd” (CBS)

“Wisdom of the Crowd” features “Entourage” star Jeremy Piven as a tech inventor who crowdsources an app that solves his daughter’s murder and can revolutionize crime solving.

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