Friday, December 30, 2011

Spotted Ratings, Thursday 12/29/11 (FINALS)

  • Pretty sure none of this matters, but I will note that the repeat of The Big Bang Theory could well be the biggest non-football program of the week.

Midseason Matchups 2012, Friday

Bold indicates a timeslot change; ALL CAPS indicates a new show


Winter Broadcast: Shark Tank (ABC, 1/20) vs. A Gifted Man (CBS) vs. Chuck (NBC) vs. Kitchen Nightmares (Fox) vs. Nikita (CW)

Spring Broadcast: Shark Tank (ABC) vs. Undercover Boss (CBS, 2/17) vs. Who Do You Think You Are? (2/3) vs. Kitchen Nightmares (Fox) vs. Nikita (CW)

Cable: Friday Night Smackdown! (Syfy)

Projected A18-49 winner: Kitchen Nightmares (Fox)

Notes: Reality logjam! I thought Home Edition could be a real challenger at 8:00, but it was at least a couple ticks behind Nightmares head-to-head. Nightmares has a history of beating two of these shows. So the most likely challenger would appear to be Undercover Boss, but I'll stick with the incumbent until it proves otherwise.

The Holiday Viewing Downturn

It seems like all TV ratings in the month of December are pretty much immune to scrutiny in some circles because "people are out shopping." How valid is that? Let's take a closer look at how far overall viewing levels drop during the month of December. I'll include my disclaimer that these are estimates, not Nielsen-supplied numbers, but I try to reduce the error by looking at full weeks and days rather than individual timeslots.

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 12/28/11 (FINALS)

  • The first of two straight completely encore-driven nights saw many of TV's most-repeated shows in action and a dominant showing by CBS. (That's all I got for ya.)

Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 12/27/11 (FINALS)

  • The only original on Tuesday, The Kennedy Center Honors, skewed farther from the 18-49 demo than almost anything else you'll see in broadcast primetime. Its NCIS lead-in dominated the field of repeats.

Midseason Matchups 2012, Thursday

Bold indicates a timeslot change; ALL CAPS indicates a new show


Winter Broadcast: Winter Wipeout (ABC, 1/5) vs. The Big Bang Theory/ROB (CBS, 1/12) vs. 30 Rock/Parks and Recreation (NBC, 1/12) vs. American Idol (Fox, 1/19) vs. The Vampire Diaries (CW)

Spring Broadcast: MISSING (ABC, 3/15) vs. The Big Bang Theory/Rob (CBS) vs. 30 Rock/Parks and Recreation (NBC) vs. American Idol (Fox) vs. The Vampire Diaries (CW)

Projected A18-49 winner: American Idol (Fox)

Notes: As I said on yesterday's post, the other networks will get a head-start on the return of Idol, but that doesn't mean a whole lot. Remember how hugely Wipeout debuted in this hour last winter?

Spotted Ratings, Monday 12/26/11 (FINALS)

  • In the end, it doesn't look like NBC's Who's Still Standing? really built any momentum from its week-long run, as its 1.5 demo was right back where it was last Monday, and that came against an even more pathetic slate of broadcast competition. Rock Center and the certain-to-be-series-finale of You Deserve It hit new lows.

Spotted Ratings, Sunday 12/25/11 (FINALS)

  • Christmas Night was all about the NFL, as the Bears/Packers matchup more than doubled the combined competition. It was below average but actually the third-Truly strongest of the season due to extremely low (for Sunday) overall viewing. ABC dominated the 7/6c hour with the tail end of their Bulls/Lakers NBA duel.

Spotted Ratings, Saturday 12/24/11 (FINALS)

  • Christmas Eve + Saturday may well = the lowest-viewed evening of the regular season. (I'm holding out till I see the New Year's Eve numbers before I make that proclamation.)  Still, NBC got a good showing from It's a Wonderful Life, up a tick from last year's Christmas Eve telecast and the biggest movie rating on any broadcast network to date this season.
  • Fox was well-above average by Terra Nova repeat standards thanks in large part to a national NFL lead-in. (As I just said on the True Top 25 post, since I don't have the NFL/The OT numbers, I can't account for that in TRUE. But a couple hypotheticals: if the lead-in were a very conservative 5.00, Terra Nova would've gotten a 1.51 TRUE. If it were a 8.00, that'd have pushed Terra Nova down to a 1.01.)

The True Top 25, Week Ending 12/25/11 (2011-12 Week 14)

It was another True Top 25 win for NBC's Sunday Night Football. The game was actually below the season average in raw A18-49 but was the third-biggest game of the year in TRUE because of how low the viewing levels were on Christmas Night. The only other original to break the 3.00 threshold was The X Factor for both halves of its two-night finale.

I may do a post further elaborating on this today or tomorrow, but Week 14 will most likely be the least-viewed week of the regular season. More than half of the top 25 was scripted repeats (and almost all of those were on CBS), while movies/specials on both Friday (Shrek the Halls) and Saturday (It's a Wonderful Life) made the list. The top 25 list will probably look more pathetic next week even if overall viewing goes up a bit.

There were just four broadcast scripted originals all week, and the biggest of those was the Terra Nova finale on Monday. The first half of the Terra Nova repeat on Saturday actually outdid the original, but that's because it had a national NFL telecast leading in which these numbers are unable to account for. (Even giving it a relatively conservative lead-in of 5.00, it would've dropped out of the top 25.)

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Midseason Matchups 2012, Wednesday

Bold indicates a timeslot change; ALL CAPS indicates a new show


Winter/Spring Broadcast: The Middle/Suburgatory (ABC) vs. Survivor (CBS, 2/15) vs. Whitney/ARE YOU THERE, CHELSEA? (NBC, 1/11) vs. American Idol (Fox, 1/18) vs. One Tree Hill (CW, 1/11)

Projected A18-49 winner: American Idol (Fox)

Notes: Even should NBC manage to get a decent premiere out of its Whitney/Chelsea "Happy Hour," this is even more a "The next few weeks will tell the story" situation than usual with Idol showing up in week two.

What I Watched This Fall, 2011 Edition

As veteran readers know, there used to be three Five-Spots a week. I always planned on scaling that back to just two this fall, and the plan was Sked & Opinion, figuring I'd hit most of the ratings news elsewhere on this blog. Then the SpoilerTV Ratings Five-Spot opportunity arose, so I decided to cut Opinion rather than keep adding to the load. As a result, I haven't really talked much about what I'm watching, even though I'm still watching a lot.

So I'm gonna bring over my summer wrap-up format to cover this stuff pretty quickly. Since I watch more in the fall than in the summer, I'll further divvy up the regulars by identifying when I watch them. I'll use a few familiar ratings terms: Live + SD (I usually watch within 24 hours), Live + 7 (I usually watch an episode by the time the next one airs), Live + 70 (I let it pile up) and Samples (I'm not a regular viewer). I thought this would correlate neatly with quality, but as I wrote this I discovered that I often don't watch the "best" shows first.

Spotted Ratings, Friday 12/23/11 (FINALS)

  • On a mostly dead Friday before Christmas, the only standout was ABC's second broadcast this year of Shrek the Halls, which should make it into the True Top 25 this week. Among the double-dipped holiday specials this fall, only A Charlie Brown Christmas (1.8 on 12/15/11) and Rudolph (1.6 on 12/10/11) did better the second time.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Midseason Matchups 2012, Tuesday

Bold indicates a timeslot change; ALL CAPS indicates a new show


Winter Broadcast: Last Man Standing/WORK IT (ABC, 1/3) vs. NCIS (CBS) vs. The Biggest Loser (NBC) vs. Glee (Fox) vs. 90210 (CW)

Spring Broadcast: Last Man Standing/Work It (ABC) vs. NCIS (CBS) vs. The Biggest Loser (NBC) vs. New Girl (R)/Breaking In (Fox, 3/6) vs. 90210 (CW)

Cable: Switched At Birth (ABC Family, 1/3)

Projected A18-49 winner: NCIS (CBS)

Notes: There is some sense that Work It will not be feeling like a woman all season for ABC, but no replacement has been announced.

Monday, December 26, 2011

Midseason Matchups 2012, Monday

Bold indicates a timeslot change; ALL CAPS indicates a midseason series premiere


Winter Broadcast: The Bachelor (ABC, 1/2) vs. How I Met Your Mother/2 Broke Girls (CBS) vs. Who's Still Standing? (NBC) vs. House (Fox, 1/23) vs. Gossip Girl (CW)

Spring Broadcast: Dancing with the Stars (ABC, 3/19) vs. How I Met Your Mother/2 Broke Girls (CBS) vs. The Voice (NBC, 2/6) vs. House (Fox) vs. Gossip Girl (CW)

Cable: Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family, 1/2)

Projected A18-49 winner: How I Met Your Mother/2 Broke Girls (CBS)

Notes: Is House "an 8:00 show," or will this move to the lower-viewing period make its already ugly year-to-year drops even worse?

Friday, December 23, 2011

Ratings Five-Spot, WE 12/25/11 - Homeland, Terra Nova, American Horror Story, The X Factor, Who's Still Standing?

2011's final Ratings Five-Spot at SpoilerTV wraps up some of the last few fall finales of 2011. I cover Homeland, Terra Nova, American Horror Story and The X Factor and also look at NBC's holiday-time run of Who's Still Standing? Check it out!

Spotted Ratings, Thursday 12/22/11

  • I'll have a bit more on both of these in the Ratings Five-Spot going up in about half an hour, but The X Factor rose 15% from the previous night's performance finale and 31% from last week's Thursday results, capping off a solid but below expectations season. Who's Still Standing? dropped by 0.2 for the second straight night and got back to its Monday premiere numbers.

The War of 18-49, True Blood


Scheduling history: All 80 episodes of True Blood aired on Sunday at 9:00.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 12/21/11

  • Fox's The X Factor hit another new Wednesday performance low in its Wednesday finale. The net did get a week four rally from I Hate My Teenage Daughter, which got back to near its second week levels in about as uncompetitive a timeslot as you could possibly ask for. Could that be enough for Fox to go through with airing the show after Idol this spring?
  • The only other originals on this low-viewed Wednesday were NBC's Who's Still Standing?, which finished right in the middle of its Monday and Tuesday ratings, and CBS' A Home For the Holidays, always one of the weakest holiday specials. It couldn't even beat an encore of NBC's A Michael Buble Christmas, which first ran to a 1.5 two weeks ago.

War of 18-49 Update, Survivor (Fall 2011)

Let's take a look at the fall 2011 season (the twenty-third overall) of Survivor on CBS.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 12/20/11 (FINALS): Standing Taller

  • Hey, a little late-December craziness! Who's Still Standing? grew big from its rather underwhelming premiere yesterday, and it teamed with NBC's always reliable Saturday Night Live special A Very Gilly Christmas to win this slow and low-viewed Tuesday for NBC. Blip or trend for Who's? Well, we have two more nights of this to find out!

The Top 10 TV Ratings Moments of 2011, 5 to 1

I'm back with the top half of the Top 10 TV Ratings Moments of 2011. The first half went up yesterday. To reiterate from yesterday, I'm linking below to some of my more elaborate writings on these top ratings moments of 2011. Let the controversy begin, and please lemme know if you think I missed a real biggie!

SpotVault - Who's Still Standing? (NBC) - 2011-12

Who's Still Standing?
Mondays, 8/7c, NBC

SpotVault - Fear Factor (NBC) - 2011-12

Fear Factor
Mondays, 9/8c, NBC

Spotted Ratings, Sunday 12/18/11 (FINALS)

  • CBS was near season-high levels for football-fueled 60 Minutes, which led into the finale of Survivor. As was the case last spring, this finale took a major uptick from pretty much the whole rest of the season, another indication that the show (which faced The X Factor for the first time this fall and American Idol for the first time last spring) is airing in a more difficult timeslot situation than it did for much of its previous history.
  • NBC had its second-weakest Sunday Night Football game of the season thanks to a bad matchup and a blowout.

Spotted Ratings, Saturday 12/17/11 (FINALS)

  • Fox "dominated" a very special-filled Saturday with their second America's Most Wanted special of the season, but it was much weaker than the previous one on 10/29/11.

The True Top 25, Week Ending 12/18/11 (2011-12 Week 13)

Sunday Night Football won the True Top 25 yet again this week despite hitting its second-lowest numbers of the season. This was the year's last "heavily original" week, but overall viewing still dipped a bit from recent weeks (and should dip even more next week). 2 Broke Girls aired at 8/7c for the first time and, while it hit a demo series low, it was pretty close to its 4.47 TRUE average to date. It took top scripted honors as Two and a Half Men had a particularly weak outing, tying a season low in demo despite little competition (especially from ESPN's weak football game). Perhaps its pairing with original 2BG has meant more than I gave it credit for.

This week had the most 3.00+ scores in three weeks thanks in large part to a triple-dose of Survivor. Prepare for that number to drastically decline next week, as football and the two-night finale of The X Factor feel like the only originals that'll have much of a shot to get there.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Spotted Ratings, Monday 12/19/11 (FINALS)

  • NBC's proven once again that the post-Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? brand of game show is still pretty much dormant, as Who's Still Standing? kicked off a weeklong strip with just a 1.5 demo. That's weaker than last year's holiday strip debut (Fox's Million Dollar Money Drop, which got a 1.9 and 2.0 on premiere night) and certainly miles away from the early ratings of previous examples like Deal or No Deal.
  • Lead-out Fear Factor certainly came down to earth, dropping by 29% from last week's airing in the same timeslot. I don't think it's Truly that bad, since Fox (with Terra Nova) and especially ESPN's Monday Night Football (6.4) were much stronger than last week, but it certainly doesn't look like such a big game-changer now. (MNF sidenote: it was the first time this season that MNF has outrated NBC's Sunday game on the previous evening.)
  • As for Terra Nova, it didn't teach us anything new, gaining just a tenth on finale night and signing off with its fifth straight episode in the low 2s.

The Top 10 TV Ratings Moments of 2011, 10 to 6

I banged this out this weekend, so the Top 10 Moments are arriving a week early! This is my second annual attempt to boil a whole year of TV ratings developments down to the ten most splashy and/or significant moments. The top five will go up at this time tomorrow. ARE UP!

For more, check out last year's list. The Top 10 TV Ratings Moments of 2010: 10 to 6 | 5 to 1

Since I've gotten into fairly regular writing about TV ratings this year, I'm going to take advantage of that and link back to some of my more elaborate writings on these top ratings moments of 2011. Many to most of these deserved a lot more ink than I can spill in these short spaces to which I constrain myself, so I recommend looking back on some of the bold links below if you're up for some further reflection. (And all ten of these links except the Jersey Shore one are written in the relatively immediate aftermath, which might be a neat perspective to look back on.) Here goes!

War of 18-49 Update, The Biggest Loser (Fall 2011)

Let's take a look at the fall 2011 season (the twelfth overall) of The Biggest Loser on NBC.

Monday, December 19, 2011

Spotted Ratings, Friday 12/16/11 (FINALS)

  • Chuck and Grimm both downticked to close out the year, while a 20/20 special posted the newsmagazine's lowest ratings this season.

War of 18-49 Update, America's Next Top Model (Fall 2011)

Let's take a look at the fall 2011 season (the seventeenth overall) of America's Next Top Model on the CW.

Schedule Five-Spot, WE 12/18/11 - The Finder, The League, EM:HE, Undercover Boss, Off Their Rockers

Here's the Schedule Five-Spot for the week ending December 18, 2011 (plus one from two weeks ago):

The Finder - One note from an otherwise slow WE 12/11/11 was that Fox rectified one of the strangest items from its midseason announcement. Previously, Fox was planning to launch Bones spin-off The Finder with no real support after a repeat of Bones on January 12. Now, Fox has moved an original into the 8:00 hour. Not only should this help The Finder, but it'll be a good indicator of where Bones (which has had big lead-ins all season) is really at.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Spotted Ratings, Thursday 12/15/11 (FINALS)

As we enter arguably the two slowest ratings weeks of the year, I may wait till finals comes out on a lot of these posts for the rest of December. I'll just play it by ear.

  • CBS had original entertainment programs for 2.5 hours, with only The Big Bang Theory in repeats. Rules of Engagement dropped a relatively expected amount under the circumstances (still a season low), then the rest of the night was steady and above average from there.

War of 18-49 Update, The Amazing Race (Fall 2011)

Let's take a look at the fall 2011 season (the nineteenth overall) of The Amazing Race on CBS.

Thursday, December 15, 2011

The War of 18-49, Jersey Shore


Scheduling history: All but three of Jersey Shore's episodes have aired on Thursday.

Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 12/14/11

  • The big winner of this Wednesday was CSI, which took a big spike from recent results to its highest number since early October. This came despite its CBS teammates Survivor and Criminal Minds tying season lows.
  • Week three of I Hate My Teenage Daughter hurt the show's prospects even more, as it dropped another three tenths even with competing comedy Happy Endings out of the way.
  • ABC went with three comedy repeats and annual Barbara Walters special The 10 Most Fascinating People, which was much weaker than in recent years.

Ratings Five-Spot, WE 12/11/11 - Once Upon a Time, Hell on Wheels, Luck, Fear Factor, 2 Broke Girls

This week's Ratings Five-Spot at SpoilerTV takes a look at the recent struggles of Once Upon a Time and Hell on Wheels, the soft preview ratings from HBO's Luck, the big debut of Fear Factor and the 8:00 tryout for 2 Broke Girls. Check it out!

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 12/13/11 (FINALS)

  • The Biggest Loser typically makes big ratings gains on finale night, and this Tuesday's was no exception; it posted a season high and was up 23% from last week. But this finale was still down a stout 33% year-to-year, a bigger decline than any other Biggest Loser data point this season (meaning the show spiked even more last year).
  • A week after its Christmas episode, Last Man Standing returned with another original and collapsed, and it becomes the latest series to limp into the holiday hiatus. It had a bit more competition with NCIS back, but not that much more. The only redeeming news for ABC was a pretty good showing from the 8:30 LMS encore (25% better than the week-ago Man Up!), and that seemed to help the 9:00 The Middle encore too.

The True Top 25, Week Ending 12/11/11 (2011-12 Week 12)

Despite quite a few of the usual heavy hitters returning to originals, there were still just twelve shows above a 3.00 TRUE in this week's True Top 25. The comfortable winner was a well-above average Sunday Night Football game between Dallas and New York. In the last of 2011's The Big Bang Theory vs. Modern Family showdowns, it was yet another win for Big Bang. But the gap narrowed considerably from some of their recent battles, as both shows were down significantly from their last "regular" originals.

In a week filled with specials, the only top 25er of the bunch was the one that aired in the first hour of the week, ABC's classic A Charlie Brown Christmas. Among holiday specials, this was Truly the third-biggest of the season to date, trailing just CBS' Rudolph and (by the slimmest of margins) that Fox new Ice Age special on Thanksgiving.

A couple other observations: Two and a Half Men slipped behind the HIMYM/2 Broke Girls duo for the first time this season. It's not totally clear how things will shake down once PUT-boosting Monday Night Football is out of the mix, but my instinct is that this isn't the last time this will happen. (I am particularly sure that 2 Broke Girls' 8:00 episode this week will beat Men again.) And it was a pretty weak week for Fox, as their Tuesday lineup dropped against very little competition and The X Factor hit easily its weakest performance Wednesday numbers yet.

Spotted Ratings, Sunday 12/11/11 (FINALS)

  • The story on Sunday remains the continued drops from Once Upon a Time. You can certainly assign some blame to the fact that it was ABC's only original on the evening, but a bad indicator for this show is that it's now dropped at 8:30 for the second straight week (after rising at 8:30 in its first five episodes). Now it leaves the air for four weeks, but at least it'll return alongside other originals on ABC.
  • Elsewhere, CBS got season highs on The Amazing Race finale night, while an attractive matchup plus a great game gave NBC above-average Sunday Night Football ratings and the best in almost three months. Three of the five biggest SNF games this season have involved 'dem Cowboys.

Spotted Ratings, Saturday 12/10/11 (FINALS)

  • It was a very special Saturday, with all of the three-hour networks devoting at least two hours to special programming. The demo champ was CBS thanks to this year's second helping of Rudolph (though it only got 40% of its demo from Tuesday 11/29/11). ABC rode the Republican Debate to the total viewer crown, while NBC completely bombed with the American Giving Awards, one of the lowest-rated programs in the history of broadcast TV.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

The War of 18-49, Sons of Anarchy


Scheduling history: After airing its first season on Wednesday, FX's Sons of Anarchy moved to Tuesday and has aired there ever since.

Spotted Ratings, Monday 12/12/11

  • NBC brought back Fear Factor in extremely solid fashion. This was nearly double the demo of its last airing (a 1.8 on September 12, 2006) and more than double the timeslot average of The Sing-Off this fall. Among entertainment programming on NBC this season, only The Office premiere (3.9) and the Up All Night premiere (3.7) have done better than the 9:00 episode. This kind of reminds me of the big numbers NBC got out of the box from their American Gladiators revival (5.9 on 1/6/08); let's see if it can hold up better than that show did. But this big start provided no particularly meaningful boost to Rock Center.
  • The underwhelming results continue for Terra Nova, which tied a series low, although Fear Factor seems like a show that may have some crossover audience. The two-hour finale is next week.
  • In a special 8:00 airing, 2 Broke Girls did worse than almost all How I Met Your Mother airings in the timeslot this season (and worse than all its own airings), which would seem to line up with my sense that the show's a little Truly weaker than HIMYM, but these numbers are still quite good and very much anchor-worthy for CBS.

Monday, December 12, 2011

War of 18-49 Update, Dancing with the Stars (Fall 2011)

Let's take a look at the fall 2011 season (the thirteenth overall) of Dancing with the Stars on ABC.

SpotVault - 2011-12 Index

Name Lo Avg Hi y2y Results GradeA18-49+
Sports: Sunday Night Football5.28.3610.9+1%detail354
American Idol Wed4.45.337.9-32%detailD226
Modern Family3.95.056.1+14%detail214
The Big Bang Theory4.14.975.6+24%detailA210
Two and a Half Men3.64.9610.7+11%detailA-210
American Idol Thu3.94.896.4-31%detail207
The Voice Mon3.54.826.7+5%detail204
2 Broke Girls3.34.257.1n/adetail180
How I Met Your Mother3.14.065.2+20%detailA172
The X Factor Wed3.23.814.4n/adetail161
Mike and Molly2.93.724.8+11%detail158
The Voice Tue3.13.614.4n/a153
The X Factor Thu2.63.594.3n/adetail152
Grey's Anatomy2.83.564.5-13%detailB151
Criminal Minds2.83.394.1-2%detailB144
Survivor Fall3.13.354.0-9%detailB142
Dancing with the Stars Mon Fall2.83.284.0-24%detailD139
Once Upon a Time2.83.274.0n/adetail139
New Girl2.23.234.8n/adetail137
Jersey Shore Winter2.73.224.0-22%D136
NCIS: Los Angeles2.43.183.7-6%detail135
Dancing with the Stars Tue Fall2.63.064.1-19%detail130
Family Guy2.43.034.4-15%detailC128
Dancing with the Stars Mon Spring2.62.983.5-36%detailD126
Rules of Engagement2.12.913.7+1%detailB-123
The Amazing Race Fall2.72.883.3-13%detailC122
Person of Interest2.42.873.4n/adetail122
The Simpsons1.92.875.4-11%detailC+121
Hawaii Five-02.32.863.4-6%detail121
Survivor Spring2.32.833.2-14%detailC-120
The Office2.12.773.9-26%detailD117
Desperate Housewives1.82.743.2-21%detailD+116
Happy Endings1.72.713.5+56%detail115
True Blood2.62.682.9-2%B+113
Dancing with the Stars Tue Spring2.22.673.3-26%detailD113
The Amazing Race Spring2.22.622.9-1%detailB+111
The Mentalist1.82.613.0-10%detail110
Napoleon Dynamite1.82.604.4n/adetail110
The Middle1.92.603.2+6%detail110
The Bachelor Spring2.22.573.3-21%detailC-109
Terra Nova2.12.493.1n/adetail105
The Bachelorette1.92.423.1-1%detailB+102
Last Man Standing1.52.423.6n/adetail102
Apartment 231.92.342.9n/adetail99
60 Minutes1.22.294.8+1%detail97
American Dad!
Private Practice1.42.282.8-15%detailC+96
Sports: Saturday Night Football0.92.233.4+11%detail95
Fear Factor1.42.213.5n/adetail94
The Biggest Loser Fall1.92.212.7-19%detailC-93
The Biggest Loser Spring2.02.182.4-23%detailD+92
Raising Hope1.52.163.1-13%detail92
CSI: Miami1.72.142.6-11%detailC+90
Celebrity Wife Swap1.92.102.3n/adetail89
Sons of Anarchy1.72.042.5+22%86
Celebrity Apprentice1.82.022.6-28%detailD-86
The Good Wife1.72.012.7-9%detail85
Undercover Boss1.12.013.0-34%detail85
American Ninja Warrior1.41.992.4n/adetail84
Hotel Hell1.91.982.4n/adetail84
Allen Gregory1.51.972.4n/adetail83
Law and Order: SVU1.61.912.4-26%detailD81
Bob's Burgers1.71.872.1-20%detail79
Up All Night1.21.863.7n/adetail79
Winter Wipeout1.51.862.7-19%detailD+79
Man Up!1.61.852.4n/adetail78
I Hate My Teenage Daughter1.21.842.8n/adetail78
Parks and Recreation1.61.842.1-23%detail78
The Cleveland Show1.21.783.1-33%detail75
Body Of Proof1.21.742.2-25%detail74
The River1.31.742.4n/adetail74
Blue Bloods1.31.722.1-3%detail73
The Finder0.91.692.8n/adetail72
Pan Am0.71.693.1n/adetail71
CSI: NY1.21.621.8-7%detailC+69
Off Their Rockers1.31.622.6n/adetail68
Shark Tank1.41.611.8+19%detail68
America's Funniest Home Videos1.11.602.2-10%detail68
Jersey Shore Summer1.21.572.5-60%F67
The Sing-Off1.31.561.9-46%detail66
Fashion Star1.31.561.8n/adetail66
30 Rock1.21.542.0-32%detailD+65
Are You There, Chelsea?1.11.482.3n/adetail63
The Choice1.21.481.8n/adetail63
Kitchen Nightmares1.11.481.7-9%detailB-62
Breaking In1.31.441.7-41%detail61
Primetime: What Would You Do?1.11.431.7-1%detail61
Cougar Town1.01.411.8-45%detail60
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition0.71.412.3-37%detailD+60
The Game1.01.402.8-39%C-59
Charlie's Angels1.11.372.1n/adetail58
The Playboy Club1.21.371.6-15%detail58
Free Agents1.01.352.1n/adetail57
Dateline Fri0.81.322.0-7%detail56
A Gifted Man1.21.311.5n/adetail55
The Vampire Diaries1.01.291.6-11%detail55
Burn Notice Summer1.11.241.4-10%52
Stars Earn Stripes1.01.231.7n/adetail52
Prime Suspect0.71.191.8n/adetail50
Take Me Out1.01.181.3n/adetail50
You Deserve It0.81.121.7n/adetail47
Dateline Sun0.71.091.6+7%detail46
Harry's Law0.71.061.3-41%detail45
Dogs in the City0.91.051.3n/adetail44
Who Do You Think You Are?
Burn Notice Spring0.81.021.2-30%43
Army Wives0.80.991.2-16%42
Royal Pains Summer0.80.981.1-33%41
NY Med0.60.981.2n/adetail41
Final Witness0.50.901.2-31%detail38
Royal Pains0.80.891.1-19%38
The Glass House0.60.881.5n/adetail37
How to Be a Gentleman0.30.882.7n/adetail37
Rock Center0.50.881.3n/adetail37
America's Next Top Model Fall0.70.851.1-35%detailF36
Best Friends Forever0.50.781.2n/adetail33
The Secret Circle0.50.771.3n/adetail33
Drop Dead Diva0.60.760.9+5%32
One Tree Hill0.70.760.9-12%detailC+32
NYC 220.40.721.5n/adetail30
The Secret Life of the American Teenager0.50.711.1-22%30
Leverage Summer0.60.710.8-22%C-30
Leverage Winter0.60.680.8+7%29
In Plain Sight0.60.660.8-29%28
The Secret Life of the American Teenager Summer0.50.650.8-43%28
Hart of Dixie0.50.640.9n/adetail27
The Firm0.30.591.4n/adetail25
Gossip Girl0.40.590.7-32%detailD-25
Q'Viva! The Chosen0.40.580.8n/adetail24
Saving Hope0.40.570.7n/adetail24
America's Next Top Model Spring0.40.530.7-46%detailF22
Oh Sit!0.30.400.5n/adetail17
The Next0.30.280.3n/adetail12
Breaking Pointe0.20.270.3n/adetail11
Escape Routes0.20.270.3n/adetail11
The Catalina0.20.250.3n/adetail11
The LA Complex0.20.250.3n/adetail11

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