Miracles executive producer David Greenwalt told SCI FI Wire that he's hopeful the ratings for the freshman supernatural series will pick up and that ABC will renew it for a second season. "ABC has been terrific, and they've been very behind it," Greenwalt said in an interview. "They promoted the living bejesus out of us throughout the Super Bowl, and you're going to see a lot more promotion during the Oscars. But, again, if I'm not watching ABC, how do I know about this show?"
Greenwalt added that the network has spent a lot of money on Miracles, which stars Skeet Ulrich as a paranormal investigator. "What I understand is that they are rabid fans of the show and they'd love to see the show stay on the air," he said. But the show's fate ultimately rests on ratings, Greenwalt said. "This show is on the bubble, but I believe it has a very good shot at coming back," he said. Miracles airs Mondays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.