Thursday, September 29, 2016

Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 9/28/16


FINALS UPDATE: Criminal Minds (1.9) and Blindspot (1.3) and Law and Order: SVU (1.6) and Lethal Weapon (2.0) and Empire (3.7) adjusted up while Penn and Teller: Fool Us (R) (0.3) and Whose Line Is It Anyway? (R) (0.3) adjusted down.

RENEWOLOGY:
  • Not a great start for Code Black (37%), which is immediately at the bottom of the CBS totem pole.
  • Not a ton of movement elsewhere. The solid holds were good news for Speechless and Lethal Weapon. The model cooled a bit on Blindspot (81%) in its second regular episode, but it's still a noticeable improvement on previous occupant The Mysteries of Laura.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • The promising premieres of week one continued to hold up decently in week two. In the 8:00 hour, Speechless (1.8) was down two tenths from last week's premiere, dipping slightly behind its The Goldbergs (1.9) lead-in which shed a tenth. And Lethal Weapon (1.9) took its own low-teens drop, remaining a significantly improved option on Rosewood; a year ago, Rosewood was just a tenth higher with nearly two more points of Empire lead-out juice (5.5 last year; 3.6 this year).
  • The only newbie that took even a slightly above average drop was the ABC drama Designated Survivor (1.8), down by four tenths (or 18%) in its second week. But with this kind of show, ABC will still take that, especially since the network's most alarming week two drop came from DS' lead-in Black-ish (1.6). Modern Family (2.3) had a low-teens drop at 9/8c.
  • On CBS, dramas Criminal Minds (1.8) and Code Black (1.2) were back and matched their 2015-16 season finales. In another year of turmoil in the main cast, Minds was only 10% behind last year's opener, and looked a bit more like the stronger Minds that showed up in the second half of last season. Code Black was 20% behind the year-ago series premiere, but never faced this level of drama competition from ABC.
    • Survivor (2.1) was down two tenths at 8/7c.
  • NBC's Law and Order: SVU (1.5) was the peacock's only steep dropper in week two, probably thanks to the arrival of Minds as competition. Sandwiching it were Blindspot (1.2) and Chicago PD (1.5), each down just a tenth.
FULL TABLE (FINALS):

ShowTimeslotRenewology
Name
A18-49
Last
y2y
TLa
Ty2y
R%
Last
True
Last
The Goldbergs1.9
-0.1
-21%
-5%
-14%
99%+1%1.76-0.12
Speechless1.8
-0.2
-10%
-25%
85%+6%1.46-0.20
Modern Family2.3
-0.3
-23%
-12%
-23%
100%+0%2.09-0.25
Black-ish1.6
-0.4
-11%
-20%
-11%
96%-1%1.40-0.29
Designated Survivor1.8
-0.4
-18%
+64%
96%+1%1.73-0.37
ABC:
-14%
-3%
Survivor Fall2.1
-0.2
-12%
-9%
-12%
1.91-0.29
Criminal Minds1.9
-5%
-12%
-5%
90%1.72
Code Black1.2
-20%
-40%
-20%
37%1.14
CBS:
-19%
-12%
Blindspot1.3
0.0
-50%
0%
+8%
87%+1%1.30-0.03
Law and Order: SVU1.6
-0.2
-6%
-11%
-6%
95%-1%1.58-0.18
Chicago PD1.5
-0.1
-12%
-6%
-12%
90%+2%1.45-0.08
NBC:
-6%
-4%
Lethal Weapon2.0
-0.2
-9%
0%
97%+5%1.80-0.20
Empire3.7
-0.5
-33%
-12%
-33%
100%+0%3.26-0.44
Fox:
-11%
-24%
Penn and Teller: Fool Us (R)0.3
0%
0%
0.35
Whose Line Is It Anyway?0.4
+0.1
0%
+33%
+33%
0.55+0.09
Whose Line Is It Anyway? (R)0.3
-25%
0%
0.35
CW:
0%
+8%
All:
-12%
-13%
American Horror Story1.69
-0.10
+1%
South Park1.09
+0.12
+40%
Queen Sugar0.45
+0.01
You're the Worst0.09
+0.01
-25%

The full table can be sorted by clicking any of the category names at the top. Hover over 'Last', 'y2y' and timeslot numbers for more information on the previous episode(s) being compared.


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