Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Spotted Ratings, Friday 1/9/15


WHAT MATTERS:
  • ABC had a particularly big Friday return, riding big guest turns on Last Man Standing (1.6) and Cristela (1.3). For Last Man, which had Tim Allen's Home Improvement co-star Patricia Richardson, it was the biggest rating since the season two finale in March 2013. And Roseanne's stint on Cristela tied the series premiere rating from October. Shark Tank (1.9) and 20/20 (1.4) were pretty close to average, but still up from the most recent results.
  • Fox's strong opening week of 2015 finally hit a bit of a speed bump with a low start for the final season of Glee (0.8 at 8:00 / 0.7 at 9:00). This was 60%+ below last season's premiere, but it wasn't that far behind where it settled for its miserable Tuesday run last spring. (And hey, it was up from the 0.6 finale!)
  • CBS was nearly as impressive as ABC, with Undercover Boss (1.5) and Hawaii Five-0 (1.5) each inching up from their already impressive returns a week ago. The 100th Blue Bloods (1.4) was flat at last week's season high.
  • And the week before the return of NBC's original dramas, the network removed its second hour of Dateline in favor of a very little-watched Golden Globes preview (0.5) at 10/9c.

FULL TABLE:

InfoShowTimeslotTrue
A18-49 Skew Last LeLa Rank y2yTLa Ty2y
Last Man Standing 1.6 24% +45%+0.5n/a 1/11 +7% +78% +7% 1.7
Cristela 1.3 25% +63%+0.5+0.5 1/10 n/a +86% +18% 1.4
Shark Tank 1.9 31% +27%+0.4+0.5 5/12 -10% +81% -7% 2.1
20/20 1.4 29% +27%+0.3+0.8 5/16 -18% +27% -18% 1.4
ABC:+61%-6%
Undercover Boss 1.5 22% +7%+0.1n/a 3/5 n/a +7% +67% 1.6
Hawaii Five-0 1.5 17% +7%+0.1+0.1 1/11 -6% +7% -3% 1.7
Blue Bloods 1.4 14% +0%+0.0+0.1 1/11 -7% +0% -7% 1.5
CBS:+5%+11%
Grimm (R) 0.5 26% +25% -33% 0.7
Dateline Fri 1.1 25% +10%+0.1+0.1 10/14 n/a +22% -15% 1.5
Countdown to the Golden Globes 0.5 26% n/a -57% -33% 0.8
NBC:-14%-25%
Glee 0.7 38% n/an/an/a 1/1 -65% +65% -39% 0.9
Fox:+65%-39%
Hart of Dixie (R) 0.2 35% -50% -33% 0.3
Whose Line Is It Anyway? (R) 0.2 39% -50% +100% 0.3
Masters of Illusion 0.2 39% n/an/an/a 1/1 -33% -50% +100% 0.4
CW:-50%+0%
Big5:+16%-12%

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.

68 comments:

Spot said...

Glee - pathetic ratings, yet not unexpected. From now on I'll just pretend it doesn't exist, as I see no point in beating a dead horse.

Hawaii 5-0 - every time I think it's losing battle with Madam / Cyber for renewal, it somehow bounces back.
With a little help from omabin, I think I finally have good grasp on CBS dramas count:
If CBS will premiere 2 new dramas next fall, 1 of H50 / Madam / Cyber must be cancelled.
But if there will be 3 new dramas, then 2 of those 3 dramas must be cancelled.
And if it will be 4 new dramas... it won't be 4. No way, they actually have only 2 timeslots: Tue 10 PM / Wed 10 PM. They can squeeze in 3rd drama on Mon 9 PM (but they would do it only if it's young skewing drama + promising enough that it's worth bumping Scorpion to 10 PM), or on Thu 10 PM (but they would do it only if it's something male skewing to counterprogram TGIT, perhaps genre, maybe Supergirl).

Schedule wise, it's possible to renew all 3, H50 / Madam 22 episodes for, and Cyber 13 episodes for midseason 2016 (because it has 13- episodes this season, so it anyway needs 5 seasons to reach 88 episodes). But it's extremely likely for this reasoning:
If Cyber would rate only slightly better than Stalker, then it would be delusional to expect 88+ episodes from it. So I think Cyber needs to be significantly stronger than Stalker to earn renewal.
But if Cyber would rate much better than Stalker, then CBS wouldn't want their strong player being pushed to the midseason.

For all above I', counting Stalker dead, Battle Creek too, and CSI at best 13 Mentalist-like episodes order.

Spot said...

Cyber is competiting with Criminal Minds 3.0 for a spot on the fall schedule. I think it will either get cancelled or put on the fall schedule. They will either see syndication promise, or they won't.

Spot said...

What about Wayward Pines? Yes, it has a 10-episode order, but 24 had done the same thing earlier. Or they could also add in some other summer filler. I don't know which one though. SYTYCD? Original Masterchef? I Wanna Marry Harry?

Spot said...

Undercover rejuvenated CBS Friday lineup, so I absolutely wouldn't cut reality hours. What I would do is:

Fall 2015: The Amazing Race
Midseason 2016: Undercover Boss
Summer 2016: The Amazing Race
Fall 2016: Undercover Boss
Midseson 2017: new reality show -or- veteran drama freeing up Mon-Thu timeslot for midseason premiere
Summer 2017: The Amazing Race
Fall 2017: We'll cross that bridge...

Idea is to gradually transform TAR into summer show, and in a way which maximizes hiatus between its cycles.

Spot said...

I would like them to finally make The Amazing Race summer show. Then I would have The Amazing Race airing in fall 2015 for one last time. The sole reason would be to avoid having back-to-back cycles in both Spring 2016 and Summer 2016. Like this:

Fall 2015: The Amazing Race
Midseason 2016: Undercover Boss
Summer 2016: The Amazing Race
Fall 2016: Undercover Boss
Midseson 2017: new reality show -or- veteran drama freeing up Mon-Thu timeslot for midseason premiere
Summer 2017: The Amazing Race
Fall 2017: We'll cross that bridge...

Spot said...

Yes, it would be some Ramsey show, of course. Simple solution, but my mind isn't working well today.

Wayward Pines, no. Because it already has set timeslot and premiere date, so I don't see what exactly they could gain by messing with it.

BTW, isn't the title of a hit show sequel "I Wanna Divorce Harry" ?

Spot said...

Another ninja switcharoo by ABC schedulers. An original Shark Tank leading into Agent Carter instead of a repeat of the second episode. I say that's a vote of confidence to Carter and hinting at a possible Beyond the Tank spot here

Spot said...

They announced it 3 days ago.
See here: http://www.spottedratings.com/2015/01/spotted-ratings-tuesday-1614.html

"ABC is going with Shark Tank next Tuesday 8 PM into Agent Carter after all:
http://www.abcmedianet.com/ass...
I think it's original episode. I don't see episode 607 aired ever before, but I might be wrong."

Spot said...

No show better displays the disconnect between ratings and Twitter buzz like Glee. It was the #1 or #2 trending topic all night long and nobody watched it.

Spot said...

FYI, CBS changed its mind about airing Madam Secretary immediately after tomorrow's Broncos-Colts game. 60 Minutes will air at 8, MS at 9, and the TOW at 10. CSI will be preempted AGAIN!

Spot said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_F-2k_23yaA

Spot said...

CBS is ridiculous with that 60 Minutes thing on overruns.


Screw it, it's a playoff game starring Peyton vs his ex-team. They deserve a hard hit when DST comes to restore their ratings back to something lower than their poor fall numbers.

Spot said...

It's as bad as NBC doing an episode of Dateline after the Ravens/Patriots game tonight.

As far as CBS, it's too bad that MS isn't getting the benefit of the football lead-in, but I doubt such a serialized show would gain any new long term viewers from the exposure.

Spot said...

So now they need to 2x double up CSI, plus 3x preemption of The Good Wife or Madam Secretary?
God forbid 60 Minutes wouldn't air some week(s). What's wrong with those people at CBS?

1/18 AFC Championship Game / Scorpion
1/25 something / CSI Ep 14 / CSI Ep 15
2/1 repeats vs Super Bowl
2/8 Grammys
2/15 something / CSI Ep 16 / CSI Ep 17
2/22 repeats vs Oscars
3/1 something / CSI Ep 18 / Battle Creek

Spot said...

At least Saturday doesn't have any regular programming.

Spot said...

Yes, but last night would have been a great night for NBC to place a Blacklist and/or Mysteries of Laura repeat after the game. The added exposure would have benefitted both shows.

Spot said...

I don't have my spreadsheet here but I remember making a simulation and not being enough time to bring back Madam Secretary and the good wife after 3/1. I may be mistaken but I think they need to air the CSI finale against the Oscars (or triple pumpe it on 2/15, though they won't go for it) and do Madam/The Good Wife/Battle Creek already on 3/1

Spot said...

Multiple programming sites are reporting the episode as being new. These sites have however made mistakes before so they are not 100% reliable, but I would tend to believe them. Strange that there was no announcement from ABC though, they tend to put out one for these occasions.

Spot said...

They don't need to air TAR the next fall. They can give it a much needed one year break after this edition (see the wonder it did for the apprentice). And summer staples like BB take practically the same hiatus every year and survive just fine.

Alternatively, they can air a season of TAR midseason. Maybe this:
Winter 2015: Undercover Boss
Spring 2015: The Amazing Race
Summer 2015: None of them
Fall 2015: Undercover Boss
Winter 2016: The Amazing Race
Spring 2016: Undercover Boss
Summer 2016: The Amazing Race

Hopefully scheduling TAR in the higher viewed months would minimize the damage to the dramas since they would have a worse lead-in but better PUT levels to make up for it, at least to some extent

Spot said...

It depends on how Cristela does for the remaining of the season. If it hits those bad levels from late fall, then it should be cancelled and then I am legitimately not sure what should happen with LMS. But if Cristela comes back to the bubble levels from mid fall they should just bring it back. I don't think it's worth the trouble or the investment of trying to do much better there.

Spot said...

I don't think they will go with Ramsay. They seem pretty intent on protecting the original Masterchef and making its return a thing and not use it in the filler type of role that Hell's Kitchen is usually thrown at. I think they will just do Idol. They will already have cut a lot of hours with Empire.

Spot said...

The thing with these comedies is that they don't appear to have any sort of trend. They bounce back a lot and they hit lows a lot. Then it's hard to predict what sort of level they will settle, which in turn makes it hard to predict what average could ABC expect the next year. I was ready to write off Cristela but right now I am dubious, this is a really good result .

Spot said...

They did air Miami against the Oscars with a Good Wife repeat lead in

Spot said...

CBS is airing Madam/The Good Wife/Battle Creek on march 1st according to their press release.

They are probably airing CSI finale against the Oscars.

Spot said...

CW has just announced its midseason schedule, iZombie will get The Flash's lead-in and is set to premiere on march 17th, Supernatural moves to wednesdays at 9 and replaces The 100. The Messengers is DOA on fridays at 9 and a premiere scheduled to april 10th.

Spot said...

But that's not set in the stone. For example, they said they'll air CSI episode tonight, and they won't. See?

Spot said...

They are reporting today it being new.
While my comment is from 3 days ago. ABC issued press release then, and it was ambiguous if it is original.
Your multiple programming sites are 3 days late, BTW.

Spot said...

This just in: CW has renewed 8 shows. Arrow, Reign, Vampire Diaries, Supernatural, The 100, The Flash, and The Originals. Nothing yet on Jane the Virgin (It Depends weeps silently), Hart of Dixie, or Beauty and the Beast. I don't care about CW, but I know others do, so...discuss.

Spot said...

And they just renewed everything on their fall schedule not named Hart of Dixie.

Spot said...

They're crazy. CRAZY.
How are they gonna schedule next year's fall schedule?

Spot said...

I'd probably assume the lower-rated shows are either in midseason or the summer. Anything CW programs in the summer, except for Whose Line or magic shows, bomb anyway, so the less important ones move to the summer. Whatever these shows are I'm not sure.

Spot said...

I don't like The Flash lead-in is wasted on iZombie. But this way at least they can say they tried.

I wouldn't move Supernatural to Wednesday 9 PM now, but I would move it exactly there next fall. So I don''t dislike it, because this should mean one less move in fall schedule, plus viewers getting accustomed to new timeslot of SPN.

I like The Messengers being scheduled on Friday in April. Friday, because it helps us to understand renewal picture - with this scheduling Messengers is practically already cancelled. April, because if iZombie ratings would drop to Jane/Reign level by April (and I think it could), this way they have option of premiering Messengers on Tuesday in April.

Spot said...

Apparently, Beauty and The Beast will premiere in May/June.

Spot said...

Are Reign and The 100 renewed for 22 episodes or less?
Because if it's 22, then I don't see hope for Jane and iZombie. But if those two are for 13 episodes, then I'm sure CW will later renew one of Jane / iZombie (though it's extremely unlikely they would renew both).

Spot said...

Jane is already renewed.

Spot said...

Not according to Eric's comment.

Spot said...

"This just in: CW has renewed 8 shows. Arrow, Reign, Jane the Virgin (It Depends rejoices)"


Quoted directly.

Spot said...

Well, I didn't have Jane the Virgin at first, but I later edited it to have Jane on the list. Either I screwed up again or your computer didn't update. But here's the press release anyways. http://www.spoilertv.com/2015/01/cw-renews-8-shows.html

Spot said...

Jane the Virgin got a Season 2 as well. But sadly, there's no episode confirmation yet. The only thing we have is Pedowitz saying "The CW will have more proven original series for our fall, midseason, and summer 2016 lineups." So CW will do "year-round programming".

Spot said...

Thanks. Sorry, original Eric's comment didn't had it in the list.

Spot said...

Perhaps Jane and Reign are both 13 episodes with possible back 9 order. WIth The 100 being 13 to to 16 episodes for midseason. I certainly would do so, as those strange Jane / Reign orders would hedge their bets. They wouldn't be on hook for 22 episodes of possibly awful rated shows. But at the same time they would leave doors open for ordering more episodes, which they would need if all fall rookies would fail.

Schedule would be:
Mon: Originals / new "female" drama
Tue: Flash / new "male" drama
Wed: Arrow / Supernatural
Thu: TVD / Reign
Fri: ANTM / Jane (in midseason WLIIA / The 100)

If new Tuesday show would flop, they could just insert The 100 there already in November.
If new Monday show, they could flop they can flip it with Jane.
And if Reign collapses, Jane can go to Thursday, and Reign to Friday or summer.

Spot said...

It has Jane in the list now that I refreshed page.

Spot said...

That's just crazy.

Spot said...

NBC Golden Globe promo watch: multiple promos for The Blacklist which were kind of unclear about when it's premiering, oddly multiple promos for Parenthood, Allegiance, The Tonight Show, SNL40 event, The Night Shift, Parks and Recreation, A.D., Celebrity Apprentice and their Wednesday lineup.

I don't remember anything for Undateable, One Big Happy, The Slap or Aquarius (although maybe I confused it with Allegiance?). Nor for State of Affairs, their other comedies, or Constantine, which suggests they have given up on them.



CBS NFL play-off promo watch: CBS really, really wants you to watch Elementary.


Biggest surprise/disappointment of the night: no ad from Netflix for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. I know it's not coming until March but c'mon, Tina Fey was right there!

Spot said...

Thanks for update.

No wonder for Aquarius, it's pushed, probably to summer, perhaps out of AGT.
Undateable / One Big Happy premiere is more than 2 months away (March 17), so it's kinda understandable too.
Their best shots at success in midseason are A. D. (being sequel of hit series), and Allegiance / The Night Shift (two shows with strong lead-in), so that makes sense too.

The most interesting thing is them giving up on The Slap already before premiere.
Others are currently airing / soon returning. Nice surprise is they're promoting P&R and Parenthood last seasons.

Spot said...

Well, they technically did promote Aquarius and State. Does having Heigl and Duchovny as presenters count? Also, there apparently was a Slap promo according to SpoilerTV. I didn't see it, but I probably missed it. I also remember an Odyssey promo, but they're doing these stupid, vague ads that don't even have the show's title in them.

But yeah, weird how little love Slap has been getting. I mean, it is a miniseries, but I wouldn't expect this much rejection.

Spot said...

I thought it was weird they were promoting About a Boy. Parks makes sense to use the one time of year Amy Poehler is a household name to promote, and I guess *maybe* Marry Me will be the perfect Parks companion? But About a Boy!? They already cut its order. It's de facto cancelled. They aren't dragging it to syndication. To me, that's crazy. But you know they were promoting Sean and Michael at this time last year and they too were getting .8's

Spot said...

I saw the Slap a lot during Dateline on Saturday, not sure what that means though. I fully expect all new Thursdays to be the center of their Superbowl campaign and The Slap will miss out on that. They should know this isn't a self starting concept. I remember Parenthood (their last family drama) getting a much more comedic marketing push

Spot said...

How do you make Kennedy Center Honors not to oldest skewing show of the night? Have NCIS as a lead in!

Spot said...

All of CBS's shows during this time either held steady or grew. Programming this low viewed but low competition gap was a quiet success story

Spot said...

NBC promoted The Slap way more during Ravens-Patriots on saturday, but based on the promos people don't even know who's involved with it, this show has Zachary Quinto and Uma Thurman in the cast but you aren't able to guess.


I noticed the same about Blacklist, "returns after the Super Bowl then moves to thursdays", way too vague. The only way to know it is based on the Allegiance promos that say february 5th after The Blacklist.


FOX NFL playoff watch: it's all about Empire, no The Following, Gothan, Sleepy Hollow, a few promos for sunday shows because they were airing that night and some cringe-worthy promos for Backstrom and World's Funniest Fails.


CBS should just stop trying to make fetch Elementary happen, at least I presume they'll promote scorpion at the AFCCG.

Spot said...

I saw more promos for Elementary during the game than CBS's new shows. So funny

Spot said...

NBC only promoted Marry Me and About A Boy because they are part of the Tuesday comedy block. Each show only got about 5 seconds of ad time though so the network is obviously not committed to them.

Other than that I feel the ads they did for Allegiance, The Night Shift, and The Blacklist were adequate.

I'm only surprised that there were no ads for The Voice, Undateable, and One Big Happy.

Spot said...

Good News (or bad, whatever you prefer)!

CBS has renewed Scorpion, NCIS: NO, and Madam Secretary for second seasons. More likely to come!

Spot said...

That's bad news for Hawaii 5-0 and CSI.
And not good news for CSI: Cyber, too.

I doubt they'll announce anything more before usual mass renewals in March.

Spot said...

The weirdest thing in the press release is them kept on calling Madam Secretary their number #2 new drama over Scorpion. Scorpion is a legit hit, and they are pushing it for a big post NFL exposure, you'd think they wouldn't just call it their #3 new drama!?

Spot said...

Hmm, time for a CBS mock schedule:
Sundays:
60 Minutes/Madam Secretary/The Good Wife (final season)/ Elementary
Mondays (in case of they air football again):
TBBT/Odd Couple or new comedy/Scorpion/NCIS:LA
then 2BG and Mike and Molly take those spots
Tuesdays:
NCIS/NCIS: New Orleans/ new drama
Wednesdays:
Survivor/Criminal Minds/ new drama or Cyber, probably the first
Thursdays:
TBBT/Odd Couple/new comedy/Mom
Fridays:
Undercover Boss/POI/Blue Bloods


Thoughts? I hate my comedy schedule but CBS has jerked them around so much I don't even know what I can do.


@Silvio had a great idea about scheduling TAR, I just don't remember so I left it out of the schedule.

Spot said...

They are taking the total viewers thing way too serioulsy.


Scorpion is "America's Most Watched Network" #1 new drama, it doesn't matter if New Orleans gets 17 million and MS gets the NFL boost.

Spot said...

I would put Supergirl Thursdays at 10. It is the most compatible to a comedy block and has self starting potential. All four superhero series skew at least 50% male, so it could counterprogram Murder's heavy female skew

Spot said...

The renewal of Madam Secretary confirms they will continue to not take Sundays seriously and I take as a de facto renewal announcement for the Good Wife. If they were going to cancel it, Madam Secretary would have gotten the axe too

Spot said...

Yep, CBS sunday rating standard has been similar similar to fridays' for a long time.


Madam Secretary being renewed also means they can end Good Wife and have a replacement ready, however, they need a similar drama to anchor sundays for 2016-17 unless they are going reality show/Madam/syndication burnoff

Spot said...

Fall 2015: The Amazing Race
Midseason 2016: Undercover Boss
Summer 2016: The Amazing Race
Fall 2016: Undercover Boss
Midseson 2017: new reality show -or- veteran drama freeing up Mon-Thu timeslot for midseason premiere
Summer 2017: The Amazing Race
Fall 2017: We'll cross that bridge...

Idea is to gradually transform TAR into summer show, and in a way which maximizes hiatus between its cycles.
Summer editions of TAR I would have on Sunday leading out of Big Brother, and into drama.

Spot said...

Sun / Tue / Wed / Fri - what she said.

For other 2 days there are 3 scenarios (for November, or September if there wouldn't be Thursday football on CBS, I don't care what they do temporary with Monday) :

A - 2 new comedies + 2 or 3 new dramas
Mon: 2BG / new comedy / Scorpion/ NCIS:LA
Thu: TBBT / new comedy / The Odd Couple / Mom / Supergirl

B - 1 new comedy + 2 or 3 new dramas
Mon: 2BG / Mike & Molly / Supergirl / Scorpion
Thu: TBBT / new comedy / The Odd Couple / Mom / NCIS:LA

C - 1 new comedy + 2 or 3 new dramas, minimized moves scenario
Mon: 2BG / Mike & Molly / Scorpion / NCIS:LA
Thu: TBBT / new comedy / The Odd Couple / Mom / Supergirl

The point is there might be new comedy on Monday, or new drama. And maybe none. But not both - it's too much of a risk, unless TBBT would move there permanently. And it won't happen, because without TBBT, CBS Thursday would collapse to ratings lower than their Friday is achieving.

Spot said...

Exactly that. CBS has lower standards for Sunday (and Friday especially). That's why I (and many others, to be clear) considered Madam at 51% at least, and Stalker at 1% at most for 2 months already, despite A18-49 ratings being similar.

Spot said...

Dis I like...even the comedy part. Of course I'm against the whole jerking Big Bang Theory around as it seems to be hurting the golden goose, unless overplay is also a factor just now kicking in. But it seems like something CBS has to do. They aren't going to get rid of TNF, heck I don't know if they even can do that, nor rid of Big Bang Theory originals for 6 or so weeks. But now Big Bang will probably just be around Modern Family numbers in the future unless they make a huge final season announcement. And Modern Family's doing great, but would CBS be satisfied?

Spot said...

Having thought about it, I should have structured the post like this:


Heavy promotion: The Blacklist, Parenthood
Moderate promotion: Allegiance, A.D., SNL40
Light promotion: The Tonight Show, Celebrity Apprentice, NBC Wednesday, Parks and Recreation, The Night Shift


Which gives a better picture of what NBC was promoting and where their priorities lie, even if people might quibble about the tiers.


Interestingly, I've just realised that they didn't promote The Biggest Loser. I know there's only three weeks left, but surely that would have been a better use of promo time than Parenthood?

Spot said...

TNF deal is 1 + 1 year, each year for airing 8 games. NFL can opt out of 2nd year. For CBS it's not clear: they either can not opt out of 2nd year, either they can but with a penalty.

In any case, Tassler today said:
"CBS has not heard back from the NFL yet as to whether Thursday Night Football will return but said “we were thrilled to have it” this season."
Yes, today she also said The McCarthys and Stalker are both having a shot to be renewed... but for TNF she doesn't really have any incentive to lie.

So it's likely 8 games, and maybe zero games. If you see someone saying CBS is going to have 16 TNF games, that's complete nonsense. NFL will not kill one of their golden gooses, NFL Network with income of over a billion dollars a year (just from transmission fees, not counting ads money), for couple hundreds millions more from CBS.

Spot said...

Spot, I think two airings are missing:

FRIDAY 12/19/14
Fox 9 PM - Hell's Kitchen (R) - 0.4 (0.43)

WEDNESDAY 12/24/14
CW 9:30 PM - Merry Madagascar (R) - 0.2 (0.21)

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