Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 11/12/13

  •  Episode seven finally saw the bleeding stop for newbie Sleepy Hollow, but not so much for Agents of SHIELD, down again and taking its largest week-to-week decline since episode three. But ABC's comedy block continues to operate on a seemingly different plane, as The Goldbergs and Trophy Wife went back up.
  • Chicago Fire had a decent return from a couple weeks off, edging its last original even though lead-in The Voice was nearly a point weaker than it was back then.
  • Fox was down a couple ticks on average with the comedy block. And the CW was up a couple ticks on average with The Originals and Supernatural.


A18-49 Skew Last LeLa Rank y2yTLa Ty2y
Agents of SHIELD 2.2 42% -12%-0.3n/a 7/7 n/a -12% +16% 1.9
The Goldbergs 1.7 42% +13%+0.2-0.3 4/8 n/a +13% +31% 1.5
Trophy Wife 1.2 41% +9%+0.1+0.2 6/8 n/a +9% +9% 1.1
Scandal for Real 0.8 36% n/a +7% -27% 0.9
NCIS 3.0 20% +3%+0.1n/a 4/8 -3% +3% -3% 2.5
NCIS: Los Angeles 2.4 20% +0%+0.0+0.1 7/8 -14% -2% -14% 2.0
Person of Interest 2.0 20% +5%+0.1+0.0 5/8 -35% +5% +25% 1.7
The Biggest Loser 1.8 37% -14%-0.3n/a 4/5 n/a -14% -53% 1.6
The Voice Tue 3.4 37% +36%+0.9n/a 6/8 -13% -4% +70% 3.1
Chicago Fire 2.2 36% +5%+0.1-0.7 4/6 +38% -30% +19% 1.7
Dads 1.2 48% -14%-0.2n/a 8/8 n/a -14% -25% 1.0
Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1.4 55% -13%-0.2-0.2 7/8 n/a -13% +27% 1.3
New Girl 1.7 64% -15%-0.3-0.2 8/8 -23% -15% -23% 1.7
The Mindy Project 1.4 67% -7%-0.1-0.3 5/8 -13% -7% -13% 1.4
The Originals 1.1 58% +22%+0.2n/a 1/7 n/a +16% +69% 1.0
Supernatural 1.1 59% +22%+0.2+0.2 2/6 +10% +16% +175% 1.1

KEY (click to expand)
A18-49 - Adults 18-49 rating. Percentage of US TV-owning adults 18-49 watching the program.
Skew - Percentage of adults 18-49 within the show's total viewership.
Last - A18-49 difference (percent and numerical) from the show's previous episode.
LeLa - A18-49 difference between the show's lead-in and its lead-in for the previous episode.
Rank - The A18-49 rating's rank among the show's episodes so far this season.
y2y - Percent difference between A18-49 and the show's rating a year ago.
TLa - Percent difference between A18-49 and the network's rating in the timeslot one week ago.
Ty2y - Percent difference between A18-49 and the network's rating in the timeslot one year ago.
True - A metric that adjusts the A18-49 rating for overall viewing levels, competition and lead-in. PRELIMINARY CALCULATION. For finals, see SpotVault.

(R) - Repeat.

Much more detail on these numbers at the New Daily Spotted Ratings page.

More Spotted Ratings in the Index.


Spot said...

I still don't think Dracula is totally dead yet. Hannibal was renewed at 70% of NBC's drama average by then and Dracula currently sits at the same 70% if you add in a 25% Friday factor which I think is reasonable to do. I think it could go either way and we won't be able to tell until the end. I am a zero buyer on critical acclaim mattering to a show's renewal too, so I don't buy a difference there.

As for Grimm, I think the year to year drops are being a bit exaggerated because last year it came from a much better situation after all that nice Olympics exposure that had people following it to Fridays for the remainder of fall. It is right where it was last Spring and that is the normal for shows, to come back more or less where they were in spring.

Spot said...

Yeah. Stripped syndication still works on the same basis, and always will. Where I'm diverging is the thought that serials in particular will fare better with online syndication, and that in turn will be strengthened more by a planned series finale than by happening to have 88 episodes.

I agree that TGW is more valuable than ratings imply, and at least we finally have a proper justification for this now. I see it going to the 10pm death slot, although I'd say that CBS Sundays are still up in the air because it's genuinely possible 60 Minutes doesn't survive the Benghazi episode fallout. All bets are off if that happened.

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