Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 11/13/18

  • Back after a week of election preemptions, ABC's Tuesday lineup looked less like the Halloween-boosted one of two weeks ago, and more like what they did three weeks ago... if not even worse. The Conners (1.5) and The Kids Are Alright (1.0) both hit new lows, while Black-ish (1.0) lost just one tenth and Splitting Up Together (0.7) fell two tenths to tie its week two rating. The Rookie dropped to 0.7 for the first time at 10/9c.
  • On NBC, New Amsterdam (1.1) took a hit at 10/9c, while The Voice (1.6) and This Is Us (2.0) were even to narrowly down.
  • CBS had the best return from preemption, with NCIS (1.4) and FBI (1.1) both rising from two weeks ago. 
  • And Fox's The Gifted and Lethal Weapon were back down to 0.6, after growing with no entertainment competition a week ago. The CW's The Flash (0.6) is eyeing a new season low, though it's already adjusted up from 0.6 to 0.7 twice this season.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Spotted Ratings, Monday 11/12/18

FINALS UPDATE: Arrow (0.4) and Legends of Tomorrow (0.3) adjusted down.

  • Week seven brought a sixth consecutive drop for Manifest (1.1), putting it an even halfway down from its 2.2 premiere in September. Its lead-in The Voice (1.7/1.6) was also down. Manifest still eked out a win in the 10/9c hour, as ABC was even-ish with The Good Doctor (1.0) and its lead-in Dancing with the Stars (1.0/0.9).
  • CBS saw a rebound for The Neighborhood (1.1) but stayed at 0.8 for everything else. Fox (0.6/0.6) went into repeats and the CW dramas (0.5/0.4) are pending a New York City preemption for Monday Night Football.

Monday, November 12, 2018

Spotted Ratings, Sunday 11/11/18

FINALS UPDATE: Sunday Night Football (6.5, +0.6) and Family Guy (1.1) adjusted up while 60 Minutes (2.0, -0.4), God Friended Me (1.0), Football Night in America p2 (1.7, -0.6), Football Night in America p3 (3.2, -1.6) and The Simpsons (0.9) adjusted down.

  • With The Alec Baldwin Show finally gone on ABC, the net gave the last two hours of the night to Robin Roberts specials on Michelle Obama (0.7) and country music (0.4), making for a block that didn't look too different from Shark Tank and Alec. They had a rough lead-in from Dancing with the Stars: Juniors (0.6), which fell to a new low at 8/7c.
  • The NFL was back on CBS to boost 60 Minutes (2.4), God Friended Me (1.1) and NCIS: Los Angeles (0.8), though all could adjust down a bit since they started 10 minutes after the listed times. Without the NFL, Fox's animation (1.0/1.0/1.0) managed to stay out of fractional territory, but Rel fell back to a 0.5. And Sunday Night Football (5.7/6.1/5.7) was down from last week's highs but still a little better than usual. Supergirl inched down to 0.3 on the CW.

Renewology Week 7: The CW's Rising Rookies and Slumping Superheroes

Here's a look at the big Renewology developments in week seven. There was very little week-to-week movement in R% on the big four this week, and a lot of it on the CW, so this week I'm just gonna run through a few CW shows.

Saturday, November 10, 2018

Spotted Ratings, Friday 11/9/18

  • Fox Friday became even more dominant, as Last Man Standing (1.3), The Cool Kids (1.0) and Hell's Kitchen (0.8) were all up from last week. Meanwhile, CBS was down with MacGyver (0.7) and especially Hawaii Five-0 (0.7), which tied its season low, while Blue Bloods (0.8) was steady.
  • ABC's comedies (0.6/0.5) were even but Child Support fell back to 0.4. NBC is eyeing an 8/7c uptick for Blindspot (0.5), as is the CW with Dynasty (0.2).

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 11/7/18

  • It was a night full of rebounds from Halloween, as the ABC comedies (1.3/1.1/1.4/1.0) made it most to all of the way back to their ratings from two weeks ago. However, A Million Little Things fell to its first 0.7 at 10/9c. NBC's Chicago trio (1.2/1.3/1.1) and Fox's Empire (1.5) and Star (1.1) were, like the ABC comedies, somewhere between Halloween and two weeks ago.
  • It was an above average night for CBS, as SEAL Team (0.9) is actually eyeing a new season high, while Survivor (1.6) and Criminal Minds (0.8) had their best numbers in a month.
  • And the CW's All American is trying to hang onto a second straight 0.3, despite Riverdale (0.4) dropping in the prelims this week.

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