From the election results I'm seeing so far, only unaffiliated independents with "brand recognition" are getting elected. Libertarian candidates did well (read: getting double-digit percentages of the vote) in a number of House races; Green didn't have as many candidates by a long shot.
Is it fair at this point to say neither of them will either be a viable third party?
I am thankful for the contributions by non-establishment candidates to the printing and media industries I cherish. Although I won't miss hearing that dude going on about "In socialist kontry, if you have good idea, someone punch you in the dink. No one is sharing ideas; everyone is protecting their dink," delaying my critical sloth-video watching on a regular basis.