Thursday, October 19, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 10/18/17

FINALS UPDATE: The Goldbergs (1.5), Survivor (1.8) and SEAL Team (1.1) adjusted up while Criminal Minds (1.0) adjusted down.

  • Several of the shows that showed promising steadiness in week three followed it up with big dips in week four. That included CBS' newbie SEAL Team (1.0), which fell by two tenths the week after scoring a full season order. It looked like a particularly weak link in the lineup since Survivor (1.7) and Criminal Minds (1.1) were both even. The Fox pair of Empire (1.8) and Star (1.3) was also down two tenths apiece.
  • On the CW, Riverdale (0.6) was down two tenths from last week's explosive opening, but that still kept it ahead of every raw number from season one. Dynasty managed to hang onto a preliminary 0.3 in the demo, but a big dip in total viewers (from 1.3 million last week to under a million this time) suggests it might be a much weaker 0.3.
  • On ABC, comedy anchors The Goldbergs (1.4) and Modern Family (1.7) both inched down from last week's finals, while Speechless (1.1) and American Housewife (1.4) were even. At 10/9c, Designated Survivor fell to its first 0.8.
  • And NBC saw Law and Order: SVU (1.2) even, surrounded by preliminary downticks from The Blacklist (0.9) and Chicago PD (1.1).

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 10/17/17

FINALS UPDATE: NCIS (1.4), The Voice (2.2) and This Is Us (2.9) adjusted up while Black-ish (1.1) and Law and Order True Crime (1.0) adjusted down.

  • The ABC comedy lineup mostly continued moving downward in its third week, with a particularly rough point for 9:30 newbie The Mayor (0.8) as it shed two more tenths. Anchors The Middle (1.3) and Black-ish (1.2) were down a tenth in the prelims, while Fresh Off the Boat (1.1) stabilized after taking the biggest drop last week. At 10/9c, drama Kevin (Probably) Saves the World kept itself in contention by hanging at 0.8 in week three, this time matching its Mayor lead-in.
  • On NBC, the slippage stopped in week four for This Is Us (2.8), and with a 2.9 -> 2.8 breakdown it looks likely to be up week-to-week in the finals. That was a good point since its lead-in The Voice (2.1) was down at least two tenths from last week. Law and Order True Crime remained at 1.1 at 10/9c.
  • CBS saw another drop from NCIS (1.3), but its lead-outs Bull (1.2) and NCIS: New Orleans (1.1) stayed surprisingly close by.
  • Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine (0.6) gave back last week's uptick, while Lethal Weapon (0.9) also inched down. The Mick was even at 0.8.
  • And on the CW, both The Flash (0.9) and Legends of Tomorrow (0.5) were down from last week's premieres.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Monday 10/16/17

FINALS UPDATE: The Big Bang Theory (2.8), Me, Myself and I (0.9), The Voice (2.4) and Lucifer (0.9) adjusted up while Dancing with the Stars (1.4), The Good Doctor (2.0) and 9JKL (1.2) adjusted down.

  • Despite preemptions in both Monday Night Football markets, ABC had the healthiest night as Dancing with the Stars (1.4) was up a tick on Disney Night and The Good Doctor pulled off a fourth consecutive 2.0 or better in the 10:00 hour.
  •  It was another tough night in CBS comedy land as 9JKL (after adjusting down to 1.2 in finals) and Kevin Can Wait (1.1) both shed another two tenths. Me Myself and I (0.9) eked out a finals uptick, matching last week.
  • Elsewhere, the 8:00 veterans The Voice (2.4), Lucifer (0.9) and Supergirl (0.5) matched last week while their newbie lead-outs The Brave (1.0), The Gifted (1.1) and Valor (0.2) were down a tenth.

Spotted Ratings, Sunday 10/15/17

FINALS UPDATE: America's Funniest Home Videos (0.9), 60 Minutes (2.3) and Sunday Night Football (5.6) adjusted up while Wisdom of the Crowd (1.1), Madam Secretary (0.7), Football Night in America p2 (2.3), Football Night in America p3 (3.0) and Ghosted (R) (0.7) adjusted down.

  • With a late afternoon NFL lead-in, the CBS lineup started right at 7:30 on the East Coast just like during premiere week. (In fact, there were over 10 minutes of postgame/commercials separating the end of the NFL and 60 Minutes.) After 60 Minutes (2.2), Wisdom of the Crowd (1.2) and NCIS: Los Angeles (1.1/1.0) were both just a little behind what they did with NFL help two weeks ago, while Madam Secretary (0.8) had its first 10:30 episode.
  • Meanwhile, Fox didn't have national NFL help this week. Animated comedies The Simpsons (1.3), Family Guy (1.2) and Bob's Burgers (1.1) along with The Last Man on Earth (0.8) were all reasonably close to what they did on Premiere Sunday, but Ghosted (1.0) was down several notches at 8:30.
  •  It was mostly status quo on ABC, which meant more horrible numbers from The Toy Box (0.4) and Ten Days in the Valley (0.4), surrounding America's Funniest Home Videos (down a tenth to 0.8) and Shark Tank (1.1). NBC's Sunday Night Football was in the general vicinity of 5.0 in the prelims, as it has been pretty consistently since the start of the regular season.

Monday, October 16, 2017

War of 18-49 Updates for Summer 2017: America's Got Talent, The Bachelorette, Big Brother and more!

Here's a quick catch-up on War of 18-49 pages for the summer broadcast shows that have already existing War pages. Another edition of this for cable is coming soon! Click the names in each one of these tables to see the now-updated War of 18-49 page.

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Friday 10/13/17

  • The CW's premiere week ended with dramedies Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (0.2) and Jane the Virgin (0.3) reuniting on Friday, after occupying Monday together two years ago. The 0.2 is a familiar number for Crazy, which had it for all 13 episodes last year, while Jane was preliminarily able to hold onto 0.3 in a Friday move after actually hitting 0.2 a few times on Monday last spring.
  • On ABC, Once Upon a Time held onto last week's 0.7 premiere, but Inhumans (0.6) and 20/20 (0.6) were both down a tenth.
  • CBS' Hawaii Five-0 (1.0) and Blue Bloods (0.9) were both down a notch in the prelims, leading out of another 0.8 from MacGyver.
  • And Fox's Hell's Kitchen (0.8) will hope for a third straight uptick in finals, while The Exorcist (0.4) couldn't even muster up a 0.5 in the prelims this time. NBC's Dateline (0.8/0.9) was down a tenth from last week in both hours with a lower lead-in from a repeat of Law and Order True Crime (0.4).

SpotVault - Jane the Virgin (CW) - 2017-18 Ratings

SpotVault - Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CW) - 2017-18 Ratings

Friday, October 13, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Thursday 10/12/17

FINALS UPDATE: Grey's Anatomy (2.1), Thursday Night Football (4.6), Will and Grace (1.8) and Gotham (0.9) adjusted up while Thursday Night Football Pregame (1.8) adjusted down.

  • On night four of the CW premiere week, Arrow (0.6) made its first ever timeslot move and now airs out of Supernatural (0.7). It looks like a productive pairing so far, as both of the veterans were down just a tenth from last year's premieres.
  • The second week of the reunited TGIT triumvirate saw Grey's Anatomy (2.1) even and How to Get Away with Murder (1.0) on the rebound, but Scandal (1.2) dropped two tenths from last week's premiere.
  • NBC had a little slippage from hourly anchors Superstore (1.1), Will and Grace (1.8) and Chicago Fire (0.1), but the bottom-of-the-hour comedies The Good Place (1.2) and Great News (1.0) were both even.
  • And Fox had another nice night from The Orville (1.0), bouncing back by a tenth after last week's big drop. A finals adjustment helped Gotham (0.9) to match last week.

SpotVault - Supernatural (CW) - 2017-18 Ratings

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