Friday, January 23, 2015

Spotted Ratings, Thursday 1/22/15


WHAT MATTERS:
  • FINALS UPDATE: The picture darkened a bit for Backstrom after finals, as it adjusted down to 1.9 while its American Idol lead-in was up to 2.8. (It's another piece of good news for Idol, though, which was up two tenths vs. last week's two-hour episode.) The Vampire Diaries (0.8) gained a much-needed tenth to get back to pretty normal levels, while Mom (2.4) adjusted down to tie last week's episode. The Bad Judge finale (0.7) lost a tenth.
  • Fox's Backstrom (2.0) had a relatively reasonable start, going three tenths above last year's Rake launch despite Idol (2.7) dropping more than 20% from 52 weeks ago. But it's worth reiterating that the Rake premiere was an unmitigated disaster, so even a decidedly better start doesn't necessarily put it on track for a success. It's on the map, but much more competition looms in the weeks ahead.
  • CBS had another successful comedy night against the light competition, as Mom (2.5) actually grew from its The Big Bang Theory repeat lead-in (2.4), Two and a Half Men (2.3) upticked and another TBBT repeat (1.9) livened up the 9:30 slot vs. yanked The McCarthys.
  • The CW had a soft Thursday return with The Vampire Diaries (0.7) and Reign (0.4) each below average.
  • As ABC and NBC wrap up their filler lineups, ABC's The Taste (0.8) finished a weak third season by dropping a tenth, while the penultimate episodes of The Biggest Loser (1.2) and Parenthood (1.3) were each at average levels.

FULL TABLE:

InfoShowTimeslotTrue
A18-49 Skew Last LeLa Rank y2yTLa Ty2y
The Taste 0.8 49% -11%-0.1n/a 4/7 -27% -6% -29% 0.9
How To Get Away With Murder (R) 0.5 28% -29% -57% 0.8
ABC:-13%-38%
The Big Bang Theory (R) 2.4 26% -4% -20% 2.3
Mom 2.4 28% +0%+0.0-0.1 6/11 +26% +0% +26% 2.2
Two and a Half Men 2.2 30% +5%+0.1+0.0 4/11 n/a +5% -12% 1.9
The Big Bang Theory (R) 1.8 28% +20% +29% 1.6
Elementary 1.5 23% +15%+0.2+0.3 1/11 n/a +11% +20% 1.5
CBS:+5%+4%
The Biggest Loser 1.2 34% +9%+0.1n/a 7/17 -37% +14% +4% 1.3
Bad Judge 0.7 31% +0%+0.0+0.1 11/13 n/a +0% +0% 0.8
A to Z 0.6 36% +20%+0.1+0.0 9/13 n/a +20% -14% 0.8
Parenthood 1.3 38% +8%+0.1+0.1 3/12 +0% +13% +4% 1.5
NBC:+13%+2%
American Idol Thu 2.8 33% +8%+0.2n/a 2/3 -18% +19% -19% 2.7
Backstrom 1.9 30% n/an/an/a 1/1 n/a -32% +12% 1.6
Fox:-9%-9%
The Vampire Diaries 0.8 62% -11%-0.1n/a 4/11 -33% +78% -30% 0.8
Reign 0.4 44% -20%-0.1-0.1 4/11 -33% -11% -38% 0.4
CW:+33%-33%
Big5:-1%-11%

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.

90 comments:

Spot said...

That drop doesn't look too good and it has actual competition next week.

Spot said...

Premiering it before the return of TGIT and The Blacklist was smart; premiering a better show would have been smarter.

Spot said...

What's different about The Blacklist than things that have thrived after a post-Super Bowl slot?

Spot said...

It still has to go up against competition next week, so they only have 1 episode without it, it doesn't seem that smart.

Spot said...

This is only the second time I have gone under this season and I lost.... I mean I was foolhardy enough to believe Gracepoint could hit a 1.5 when nothing was going well for FOX. FOX gets a legit success, and I become a pessimist. Optimism is back for me!

Spot said...

W18-34 preliminaries
1.1 The Vampire Diaries
0.6 Reign

Both shows returned at usual fall level, but both 2 tenths bellow fall finale = disappointing, but not awful. Compared to last year winter premiere TVD down 35% y2y, Reign 33%.

It seem CBS will air original The McCarthys next Thursday. I really don't know what they're aiming with those tests and experiments. Hopefully they know. I'm giving up on trying to figure it out.

Spot said...

Aside from Grey's, nothing has benefitted from Super Bowl.

Spot said...

It is especially strange because next week Elementary could use the support much more than this week. It will have the murder premiere and the parenthood finale to go up against. Why not do this next week? Very strange

Spot said...

Success based on 1 week's worth of data?

Spot said...

Thanks. That guy did such maps before, but never for so many shows.
Unfortunately, those are shares, not ratings that would be 100x more interesting. Either he doesn't receive ratings, either he doesn't understand shares

are completely useless.

Spot said...

I was talking about Empire, which has three weeks worth and is already renewed

Spot said...

CBS probably aired a BIG BANG repeat to mess with the rating #s for BACKSTROM, the pilot they passed on!

Spot said...

Empire is huge and kept growing so far, hence the early renewal.

Spot said...

Repeat (and not original), at 9:30 PM (and not 9 PM), that they knew would rate barely higher than Elementary?
No, even if CBS would care about Backstrom (and they don't), that's not it.

Spot said...

I'm sad that NBC didn't try Bad Judge after The Voice at Tuesdays. I feel the show could've done well for them.

Spot said...

This just in: FOX just ordered yet another musical drama, Studio City. I guess we know what will go after Empire on Wednesdays.

Spot said...

I suppose so. lol

Spot said...

I couldn't like it actually. I've watched 4 or 5 episodes and gave it up. I adore Kate Walsh and I thought she was amazing in it but she was pretty much the salving grace of the show, otherwise I felt it didn't know exactly what it wanted to be or do - lack of identity if you may. I think the show would have worked better as a multi cam and especially better on cable where it could be raunchier. I felt broadcast and the single cam format constrained it too much and it was left in a strange middle ground execution wise.

Spot said...

I'm glad I'm not the only one that thought Bad Judge would have been better as a multi-cam!

Spot said...

It would do nor worse, nor better than Marry Me.
We know it from Spot's True ratings.

Spot said...

Kate was good, show was bad. I hope next time they'll give her comedy again.
Bonus track was Jim Jefferies guest starring once as her ex-husband. He's hilarious.

Spot said...

I like the log line for Studio City. Drug dealer for the stars!

It might be compatible with Empire even though it's sure to have a majority white casts.

Spot said...

...Voice? Undercover Boss?

Spot said...

I meant scripted.

Spot said...

Don't worry, they'll diversify original idea if need be.

Spot said...

I don't think it's a musical drama. More like that backdrop is world of music business.
But yes, definitely seems the most compatible with Empire out of 7 dramas they ordered so far (6 pilots + Scream Queens direct to series).

Spot said...

Most likely because Grey's was already a hit.

Spot said...

I thought it was from the description. But it's still probably the most compatible they have. I think it's that one or Luther. Wouldn't be surprised if they picked up both so that they can try both of them out after Empire in case one of them bombs.

Spot said...

I've written him asking him to start including demos instead of shares. He says they will consider it the next time they review which stats to include. Sadly, son of the bronx no longer publishes demo breakdowns apart from A18-49 which is very unfortunate.

Spot said...

I didn't watch long enough to watch that episode. But it is sad that someone as good as Kate Walsh couldn't find a better vehicle. As much as I loved her as Addison, I agree with you that she should try comedy again. She is even better I think

Spot said...

No, because Grey's was already growing by then. The Super Bowl merely magnified that growth.

Spot said...

I'm from the belief that Shonda should get Kate Walsh to guest star/get a recurring role on 'Scandal'.
Perhaps, Abbie's new playmate? Leo's lover? The possibilities!

Spot said...

By the way, it seems Backstrom was adjusted down.

Spot said...

TVD was adjusted up

Spot said...

I assumed Luther is limited series with very small number od episodes, because British original, besides being damn good, had very short seasons. Maybe they will americanize show, but if I'm right, then it wouldn't be for fall.

Spot said...

Ah maybe you are right. I admit to knowing nothing about the original show so I will trust you on this.

Spot said...

She could, unless she has some other role, Shonda could always bring her back for whatever reason.

Spot said...

Idol does seem to be having a resurgence of some sort.
I wonder how much is due to the lack of TBBT/Grey's and how much is with the Wednesdays shows strengthening and most people liking what they're seeing?

Spot said...

I think the Olympics really helped with Idol's decline next year.

Spot said...

In short: Not good, but not awful. Trend is good (less of a y2y drop this week), and Empire being so strong certainly doesn't hurt. Numbers:
Week 1 - down 27% y2y (3.13 vs 4.30)
Week 2 - down 28% y2y (2.73 vs 3.80)
This week - down 17% y2y (3.00 vs 3.60)

total - down 25% y2y (2.96 vs 3.94)

Spot said...

The repeat of BIG BANG (1.8) did better than any adults 18-49 ratings THE MCCARTHYs pulled this season. The highest MCCARTHYS got was a 1.7 in its debut telecast. Last week, it pulled in a 1.5. You put it at 9:30 and not 9pm cuz 2.5 men is pulling in decent numbers. Plus, it's male skewed, so it's enough of a threat to BACKSTROM already. You wouldn't put a repeat of BBT at 9 and then let the MCCARTHYs air at 9:30. CBS wanted BACKSTROM to have a harder time.

Spot said...

You can't be serious. CBS made so convoluted plan to gain 0.3 in ratings, and take 0.03 (3 hundredths) out of Backstrom that everyone (including CBS) knew is dead show since the moment Fox announced they're dumping it into death slot.

Spot said...

Thanks. This is interesting.
Huh, Revenge is ABC's highest rated show on Sunday in F55-64. Not that it matters.

Spot said...

I miss Friends so much...

Spot said...

Mom was adjusted down but keeps doing well after TBBT repeats.


Question: should CBS move it to 9 PM next season? It's their potential new anchor, i bet 2BG will be on mondays at 8 (after TBBT ends, implying they'll do the same scheduling done this season), TBBT on thursdays at 8 and Mom on thursdays at 9.


The problem is at the bottom hours, Mike and Molly is a good option but CBS will keep it as a replacement, their only options are Odd Couple or a new show (they'll probably premiere two comedies next season).

Spot said...

I'm honestly not sure why they want to have Mom on at 9:30 to begin with. It clearly is doing well and potentially can hold good retention from Odd Couple if it hits. Especially since the average on Big Bang repeats not on its regular timeslot is usually around 2.1 or 1.9, which while slightly lower, probably won't be anywhere close to the mid-2s or high-2s Odd Couple might get. And Mom's a lead-in to Elementary? Wut?

Spot said...

Back in November when it premiered Mom wasn't that impressive as TBBT's lead-out. That was probably when CBS made its plans. I think that's probably it got a bottom of the hour. Another point to bear in mind is that, although I love the show, it could be that it is doing so well in part due to TGIT's absence, which could preoccupy CBS as well.


Another way to look it is thinking they don't believe in the odd couple.

Spot said...

Me either, I still consider a weird decision by CBS placing a repeat as an anchor. It's going to get low 2s but they are sacrificing a show they tried to help by putting after TBBT in the first place.


About Elementary, CBS should just stop trying to make it happen, yet they've spent more money on promos about it than 80% of their lineup combined.

Spot said...

As a fan, I do think that at least The Vampire Diaries has a more consistent through-line this season with the Gemini Coven .and how it impacts the main cast. I just think that the damage was done last season

Spot said...

Limited series isn't a viable format for broadcast. People flee as soon as they realize they're not miniseries, if they show up at all.

Spot said...

Probably some of it is Wednesdays. The Wednesday strength in turn may be an instance of "rising tide" applied in the opposite direction of expectations.

Spot said...

I was specifically thinking the rookie season. No doubt Grey's season three would be on a tier w/ Housewives S1 and the early Empire returns.

Spot said...

Idol is doing very respectably, I suspect it won't do much worse than last year's late season numbers if it keeps holding up

Spot said...

Basketball pre-emptions are frequently good for a tenth on the CDub at this time of year, if memory serves; don't know if there were any last night.

Even at 0.4 on a CW Friday, Dixie is probably valuable enough to get a farewell 13 given that it'll take that to get it to 88.

Spot said...

The CW really should bring back Hart of Dixie even if it is for summer. And I am still not sure why people claim is is totally dead. I don't understand why Pedowitz, which has announced plenty of final seasons before, with go out if its way to deny this is the final season if it couldn't be renewed with good numbers... And it is pulling those good numbers.


Those repeat numbers are quite insane. H50 also tied an original episode from the fall. And to think that CBS will be forced to have TAR on this night again is just sad.

Spot said...

Cristela, Hawaii 5-0, and Shark Tank either matched or beat their season lows for repeats. That's crazy.
Glee steady for three weeks. But week three was the tribute episode last year. So it is -76% y2y for the corresponding week. Insane

Spot said...

Because if Hart of Dixie is on par with low rated Jane / Reign / The 100, it doesn't mean it's good ratings. It's merely having equally bad ratings.

Spot said...

I believe in the relative ratings paradigm. And in any case, those ratings on a Friday are supposed to be regarded more favorably and not judged as if they were posted on a midweek day.

Spot said...

Technically last week was episode 3 since there were two episodes in week 1. But this episode was still down a crazy 57%.

Spot said...

That's what I was just thinking: Didn't Shark Tank go as low as a 1.5 this season so far? And yet, it gets a 1.5 in repeat mode. Crazy!

Spot said...

Strong ABC repeats, they beat The Taste and the ABC Sunday shows!

Spot said...

Yeah Shark Tank had a 1.50 for episode 12.

But also H50 hit 1.1 three times this season already! And Cristela also beat its 0.8 series low!

Spot said...

It's not particularly difficult to beat The Taste, is it?

Spot said...

Pedowitz said on TCA the last ep this season could work both as a series and season finale. I do wish they would get a properm announced final season though

Spot said...

I know, I thought the same thing about H50!


Crazy. Just shows how much of CBS line-up's increased is due to Undercover Boss.

Spot said...

just a testament of how weak The Taste is that repeats of Friday sitcoms rated better

Spot said...

Even Cristela, the weakest link in Friday, was two tenths above The Taste.


In repeat mode!

Spot said...

So true lol.

Spot said...

It's very depressing to think about TAR's return

Spot said...

CBS should ask ABC a couple of advices on how to live with that depression feeling looming about.


After all, they just went through two months without their crown jewel.

Spot said...

I wonder if shows would have hit season highs if they were new episodes last night. Those repeat numbers for ABC and CBS are pretty impressive.

Spot said...

I agree. CBS probably should have aired originals since they won't have Boss around much longer.

Spot said...

How many pilots does a network usually order?

Spot said...

I think @Silvio usually knows those numbers, I don't know myself. But I think it varies a lot per network and category (drama and comedy).

Spot said...

I feel like in this case it is even worse since ABC knew they were just going to go through a temporary arrangement and then get it back. Here it is the other way around so it gotta sting more (though of course the importance of TGIT for ABC is in nowhere comparable to the importance of Friday anchor for CBS)

Spot said...

thank you nonetheless ;)

Spot said...

Roughly 20, 10 comedies and dramas each . Very, very roughly. Because it varies a lot each year - obviously network with more success (lot of renewals) orders less pilots, and network with lot of cancellation orders more. Plus, each network have different needs in comedies / dramas department. For example, NBC last year ordered 18 comedy pilots because they struggle in that department.

That is big 5. CW orders only 5-6 pilots recently, all dramas.

Spot said...

Thank you so much!

Spot said...

I think your "one size fits all" approach isn't valid for CW shows. First, because of the strange network structure (network owners CBS/WB own all network's shows too). Additionally, I think you're mixing cause and effect here. Meaning, for Friday shows the bar is set lower, yes. But only because they cost network less. If those Friday show would come at "normal" cost, they would already be cancelled. Because networks don't have room for them on a weekday, but can find weekend timeslot in cases where price is lower than average.

For example, CBS tolerates lower ratings of their Friday (and) Sunday dramas, because all of those are in syndication, which makes them profitable even with low ratings.
Hart of Dixie? Isn't syndicated, nor it ever will be.

And ABC tolerates lower ratings of their Friday comedies because they forced 20th Century Fox into discount on airing fee (and Cristela is cheap anyway).
Hart of Dixie? Hypothetical discount would be just accounting trick, because CBS co-owns network (The CW) airing the show and owns studio (CBS Productions) producing the show.

All in all, I see no advantage for HoD over Monday to Thursday shows. And I see disadvantage in the fact 8 Cw drama are already renewed, so there's really no room for HoD.

Spot said...

I don't think there is room for Hart of Dixie on the regular season schedule (unless it is as spackle) but on the summer schedule, yes. I imagine if they paired it with Top Model on a weeknight they could average 0.4/0.5 which is certainly better than what the vampire shows were pulling in reruns last year (regularly hanging 0.2s). I am aware cost would be higher but if they managed to find ways to make seasons of lower rated Reign or similarly rated Virgin or The 100 profitable in the regular season (presumably) I have a hard time imagining why the same ratings wouldn't be profitable in the summer, especially for a show that already has more episodes in the can (but not enough to be overly expensive).

Spot said...

This article on Deadline http://deadline.com/2015/01/pilot-season-2015-empire-how-many-pilots-1201352627/ says that CW will have 5-6 dramas, NBC will have 8 dramas and 12 comedies, CBS will have 8-9 comedies and 8-9 dramas, ABC will have at least 10 dramas and 10 comedies, and FOX will have at least 7 dramas and 7 comedies.

Spot said...

I think you are probably too optimistic, but that you might be right. Meaning, it all depends on if Idol will be able to keep relatively good ratings from this week against full competition. Remember, Grey's is coming back soon, and Survivor later, while TBBT and ABC comedies were in repeats this week. Laura was in repeats too, but we can't take it as serious competition. Neither we can The Slap, except maybe for its premiere. Yes, Idol did went against Olympics last season, but those Olympics were among the lowest ever rated, and ABC/CBS were mainly in repeats in those weeks.

Only if Idol will be able to stay on something like 20% down y2y course against full competition, I'll join you in optimism, Because 20% means staying at above 2.0 season average, which means 100% renewal. Even if Idol is still as much expensive as it used to be (and they probably cut the costs because of ratings drop and losing some sponsors), 2.0 is enough for sure renewal on any network, let alone Fox.
I'm pretty sure Idol will be renewed even with 25% ili 30% drop y2y. But difference big, I think that 30% would mean Fox would announce next season as the last one, while 25% would mean possibility of the next one being the last (not announced as such, but if ratings would drop badly...). While if y2y drop would be around 20% (as it was this week, 17%), then I see 2 more seasons. And even more in case bleeding would almost completely stop (like it happened with DWTS).

Spot said...

But where from comes the notion Reign / Jane / The 100 are profitable, and renewed for that reason? No, those are renewed for the scheduling reasons (plus it indirectly shows the level of confidence CW brass is having in iZombie / Messengers / their next development slate = second to none).

Each season CW is giving pity renewals to shows that are money losers, and this year is no exception. We know it from this fact: When CBS/WB sold library of all CW shows to Netflix, Moonves said: "Thanks to this deal, this joint venture finally isn't in the red anymore.". Moonves saying CW network being in red until then means most of their shows were money losers. Otherwise they wouldn't be forced to sell their library at all.

From that we can conclude that before Netflix deal The Vampire Diaries, Supernatural and Gossip Girl had compensated losses those losers generated, but it wasn't enough to drag venture not even to break even. While nowadays, Flash and Arrow (with a lot of help from Netflix) are managing to make venture breaking even, and probably even slightly profitable. But it doesn't mean each individual show is profitable. In fact I think many are not, because in Pedowitz era ratings are higher, but not really by a much.

Spot said...

I am not sure I can agree with you that these shows were all renewed just for scheduling reasons. They didn't need them.. I mean, the CW could have easily set up a schedule like this for next year:

Monday: The Originals | Jane
Tuesday: The Flash | New
Wednesday: Arrow | Supernatural
Thursday: TVD | New
Friday: Whose Line | ANTM

(You can replace Jane by Reign or the 100 if you like, it's just an example).

I mean, they didn't have scheduling needs for all these dramas. If they are going out of their way to program more hours and if they are going to replace a likely profitable hour of unscripted on Fridays (as I suppose they will do), it is because theses shows must be profitable in some way (probably not from first run ratings, yes, but from first run + Netflix like you say + whatever else). Why else would you cut hours of repeats/ unscripted if you are going to loose money? It doesn't make sense to me.

Spot said...

Renewing so much shows I see as a sign Pedowitz got permission from bosses to order more drama inventory, so he will finally have enough backups. Couple of seasons ago he was forced to replace Cult with regularly scheduled repeats. Last season he had to let very low rated Star-Crossed and The Tomorrow People run entirely during regular season. This season he's forced to air in spring The Messengers (that likely will have Cult-like ratings), and Reign (that is likely to drop very low). But next season CW will have with 12-13 dramas, with 6 of those having 22 episodes order (maybe even 7th, Reign), so it will be easier for Pedowitz to dump some shows to summer. I don't think he already knows what shows will go to summer. Because he can't have good picture about it until he see their pilots.

I think CW will have 9 dramas in fall schedule, but I understand what you're doing there: You're demonstrating Pedowitz could construct viable schedule with only6 renewed shows (or 7, but 7th being The 100 shorter order for midseason) and 3-4 rookies.But that could exactly lead to the problems I described above - without enough backups he

Spot said...

It's really sad that that Fridays repeats are either beating or tied original Sunday shows.

Spot said...

And it was a repeat, it also tied new Sunday shows.

Spot said...

I am not sure a need for backups would propel this many renewals. And we could even go back to last season's to BATB's renewal for that. Sure, that could be part of it. But if he goes ahead and schedules a 9th drama for Fridays right away from the early fall, then I think it will be clear that he didn't renew the shows for backup purposes but because they are still profitable. Or else he would just save them and then put them in the summer if not needed.

In addition, your backup argument has a flaw which is that the supposed backups have as bad ratings as the shows they were to replace. Take Reign for instance. I love the show, so nothing against it but the show is pulling 0.4s even without TGIT as competition and from still okay 0.8 lead in from TVD (you can translate this to W18-34, I imagine the point would still hold). Is that really any better than the ratings Star Crossed or The Tomorrow People were pulling? Can a show like that really be expected to be used successfully as a replacement of any show?

I think the show must be profitable on its own. You know the financials better than me, but isn't it possible that:
Ad-Revenue + Netflix Deal + Whatever peanuts from online/ international > Costs (which shouldn't be that high to begin with for a CW show) ? Is this impossible?

Spot said...

I think it's likely those their low rated shows (all except top 4 rated that deserve renewal, Originals are not there anymore) actually earn more "other" revenue (Netflix, digital, international...) than from add-supported first airing.
But I think it's unlikely that's enough to make them profitable. Your "> Costs" to happen only in rare cases like BatB when everything clicks (low cost + above average international sale).

Backup theory = If they would renew 6 dramas and order new 6 shows, this is what they would likely get from those rookies: 2 clear flops (like Cult), 2 underwhelming (like Reign or The 100 are now), 1 barely renewable, and 1 deserving renewal. At best, because CW doesn't get best scripts pitched to their network, quite opposite.
Then I think their line of thinking is: It's better we have Reign / The 100 that are producing half a million per episode loss, than to order some of this lousy scripts to series - those would lose full million per episode. At best, those would have same low ratings as Reign / The 100, but would get less money from Netflix because of lesser episode count. It's better we just pick 3-4 new dramas that might actually do well if we are lucky.

If I'm right, those are classical pity renewal, caused by CW having only 4 shows deserving renewal. I think it wouldn't happen if they had 6 strong shows instead of just 4, they would renew just those 6 then. Plus maybe Jane to avoid bad PR of cancelling it after getting Golden Globe (they could always cancel it after Season 2). In that case I'd expect them to take risk with rookies, because they would have stable 6 timeslots out of 8 Mon-Thu timeslots, not only 4 like now.

Spot said...

I don't understand why the ABC and CBS didn't continue their momentum from last week and instead threw in reruns here. And knowing that one was going to air repeats, the other should have done an about-face and slotted new episodes. This is especially a salient point for CBS since The Amazing Race is about to come back to weaken the 8:00 hour compared to Undercover Boss.

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