Friday, January 19, 2018

Spotted Ratings, Thursday 1/18/18

  • The return of TGIT saw winter bounces all around, with Grey's Anatomy (2.2) and Scandal (1.3) both rising to their best ratings since the season premieres and How to Get Away with Murder (1.0) breaking a one for the first time since week three.
  • On CBS, The Big Bang Theory (2.9) and Young Sheldon (2.4) came down a touch from their huge numbers the last two weeks, and S.W.A.T. (1.0) was also down a notch at 10/9c. The 9/8c hour of Mom (1.6) and Life in Pieces (1.2) was even.
  • Meanwhile, NBC got a bit of relief as Will and Grace (1.3) made up most of last week's huge drop, and Great News (0.7) and Chicago Fire (1.0) also ticked up. However, Superstore (1.0) was down a tenth leading off.
  • On Fox, The Four (1.0/1.3) continued to linger very close to its premiere rating.
  • And the CW was back in business on Thursday with an even Supernatural (0.6) and slightly up Arrow (0.5).

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 1/17/18

  • Wednesday continued the week's upward momentum as Fox's 9-1-1 (1.8) zoomed all the way back up to tie its series premiere rating, and its lead-in The X-Files (1.1) also rallied a bit.
  • ABC's first three comedies The Goldbergs (1.7), Speechless (1.3) and Modern Family (1.8) had their highest ratings since very early in the season, while American Housewife had a more average 1.3 and Match Game (0.8) was even.
  • On CBS, SEAL Team (1.1) came off the ledge a bit with a two-tenth uptick. The Amazing Race (1.5) was also up a notch, and Criminal Minds (1.0) was even.
  • NBC was up a tenth across the board, putting The Blacklist at 1.1 for the first time since the season premiere while Law and Order: SVU and Chicago PD each posted 1.4.
  • The CW didn't join in on the fun as Riverdale (0.5) and Dynasty (0.2) both returned from hiatus and matched their typical fall levels.

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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 1/16/18

FINALS UPDATE: Modern Family (R) (0.7) adjusted down.

  • The CW's new Tuesday lineup saw a below-average return for The Flash (0.8) and full retention at 9/8c for newbie Black Lightning (0.8). Excluding the November crossover, it started out well above anything Legends of Tomorrow or any of the non-Flash superhero shows did during the fall.
  • Elsewhere, it was a repeat night for CBS, and the lack of NCIS was seemingly a good thing for pretty much everyone in the 8/7c hour. The biggest riser was Fox's Lethal Weapon (1.2), up two tenths to tie its season high. Week three of LA to Vegas (0.9) and The Mick (0.8) were up by a tenth later in the night.
  • Ellen's Game of Games (2.2) was also on the upswing, but This Is Us (2.5) fell a bit at 9/8c and Chicago Med (1.5) perked up at 10/9c.
  • And on ABC, The Middle (1.4) was the lone mover, picking up a tenth while everything else matched last week.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Spotted Ratings, Monday 1/15/18

  • On the first football-free Monday of 2018, it was a big growth night for pretty much everything. The Bachelor (1.8) was up a whooping four tenths; while still down in Plus from last season, this was a better trend than it showed in the first couple weeks. The Good Doctor (1.7) was one of the more modest growers week-to-week, up just a tenth.
  • January is always good times for CBS comedies, and this Monday was no exception as Kevin Can Wait (1.2) was up two tenths and the other three comedies (1.2/1.1/1.0) surged by three tenths.
  • Recently renewed The Gifted shook off some shaky recent results and got a nice bounce all the way back to 1.0 for its two-hour season finale, with The Resident poised to take its 9/8c timeslot next Monday.
  • NBC's The Wall (1.2), Better Late than Never (1.0) and The Brave (0.7) were up two tenths apiece, meaning Wall has now gained four tenths since its New Year's Day premiere. 
  • And the CW superhero empire was back in business with the return of Supergirl (0.6) at 8/7c. It was the first time Supergirl scored something other than a 0.5 all season, other than the crossover episode in late November.

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