Friday, July 28, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Thursday 7/27/17


FINALS UPDATE: Beat Shazam (0.9) and Penn and Teller: Fool Us (0.4) adjusted up while The Big Bang Theory (R) (1.0) and Zoo (0.5) adjusted down.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • It was another rough night for ABC's Thursday lineup, as Battle of the Network Stars (0.6) fell to a new low and surrounding programs Boy Band (0.5) and The Gong Show (0.6) tied last week's lows.
  • On NBC, The Wall (1.0) was down a notch but its surroundings Hollywood Game Night (0.9) and The Night Shift (0.8) were both up. It'd be a new season high for Night Shift if it holds in finals.
  • CBS' Big Brother nearly doubled the next-highest broadcast program with a 1.9, and will hope for finals help to reach its first 2.0 of the season. Zoo (0.6) preliminarily rebounded from last week's low.
  • Fox's Love Connection (0.6) gave back last week's uptick, leading out of steady Beat Shazam (0.8), while the CW's Penn and Teller: Fool Us (0.3) inched down.

A18-49+ Season Comparison Interactive Chart - Updated for 2016-17!


This is an interactive chart allowing you to compare seasonal A18-49+ ratings (through 2016-17) for up to three different shows. For now, it only includes the 151 broadcast scripted shows with at least a 200 Career A18-49+, the same shows included on the Career A18-49+ Sortable Table.

Career A18-49+ Sortable Table - Updated for 2016-17!


This is a new and improved version of the Career A18-49+ sortable table, with A18-49+ numbers that can be used to evaluate the full run of a series. This includes Career A18-49+, the sum of each individual season's historical-adjusted A18-49 rating, as well as how many times each show went over some of the A18-49+ label thresholds. This year's edition also introduces the famous checkbox filters you may have also seen on the Daily Year-to-Date Rankings.

A few quick notes about what's in here:
  • This includes all 151 broadcast scripted series with a career A18-49+ total of 200 or higher. Unlike in previous years, that means a handful of netlet shows are in the mix (though of course they can be filtered out easily). The 45 "hit for CW" and 35 "solid for CW" labels are applied to the "hit" and "solid" counts for those shows.
  • This number will be incomplete for shows that aired before 2001, but to help account for this, the number of missing seasons is included in parentheses under the "Seasons" column. You can also filter in or out the shows that have missing seasons, as well as the shows still "active" (and thus still adding to their counts).

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 7/26/17


FINALS UPDATE: Big Brother (1.8) adjusted up while The Goldbergs (R) (0.5), Modern Family (R) (0.5), The Goldbergs (R) (0.5), The Carmichael Show (0.6) and The Carmichael Show (R) (0.5) adjusted down.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • Little Big Shots: Forever Young finished out its first season with a second straight 0.8, unable to bounce back from last week's drop. At 9/8c, The Carmichael Show made it five weeks in a row at 0.7.
  • It was a down night for all the other broadcast originals, including the third episode of Salvation (0.6) on CBS and its lead-in Big Brother (1.7). Fox's MasterChef (1.0) and The F Word (0.6) each gave back last week's upticks.

The Breakdown: NBC Thursday in 2016-17 (Superstore, Chicago Med, The Blacklist and more!)




It's time for a journey through the NBC Thursday schedule in 2016-17...

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 7/25/17


FINALS UPDATE: Somewhere Between (0.3), World of Dance (1.6), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (R) (0.2), The Flash (R) (0.2) and Legends of Tomorrow (R) (0.2) adjusted down.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • ABC's Somewhere Between made its regular timeslot debut with a paltry 0.4 rating, a lower number than the network has been getting with 10/9c comedy repeats in recent weeks.
  • NBC's America's Got Talent (2.6) and World of Dance (1.7) continued to roll, both up a tenth from last week.

Cablemetrics: Game of Thrones, Ballers, Shooter, People of Earth


These numbers are current through Monday, July 24.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • Game of Thrones (4.33) took an 8% drop in its second week back on the air, exactly mimicking the week two drop from a year ago. So that kept its year-to-year trends as a blistering +18% in raw numbers.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Monday 7/24/17


FINALS UPDATE: Somewhere Between (0.5) and Life in Pieces (R) (0.5) adjusted down.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • The 10/9c hour saw a duel between drama series premieres: NBC's Midnight, Texas and ABC's Somewhere Between. Midnight was the closest thing to a winner, with a 0.9 premiere that was one of the highest ratings for a scripted series this summer on broadcast, while Somewhere Between was the latest in a long line of terrible performances for ABC in the Monday 10/9c hour (tying where Still Star-Crossed opened almost two months ago). The former will stay on Monday going forward while Somewhere moves to its regular Tuesday 10/9c slot tonight.

SpotVault - Midnight, Texas (NBC) - Summer 2017 Ratings



SpotVault - Somewhere Between (ABC) - Summer 2017 Ratings



SpotVault - People of Earth (TBS) - Summer 2017 Ratings



SpotVault - Insecure (HBO) - Summer 2017 Ratings



SpotVault - Ballers (HBO) - Summer 2017 Ratings



The Breakdown: CBS Thursday in 2016-17 (The Big Bang Theory, Mom, Life in Pieces and more!)




It's time for a journey through the CBS Thursday schedule in 2016-17...

Spotted Ratings, Sunday 7/23/17


WHAT MATTERS:
  • NBC had a NASCAR race overrunning deep into primetime (1.1/1.2), and it led into Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly (0.5) and what looks like a rough finale for Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge (0.5) on a special night.
  • On CBS, the massive rejection of Candy Crush continued with another extremely ugly drop to just a 0.5 in week three. It's now shed over half of its pretty decent premiere audience in just two episodes, despite its Big Brother lead-in (1.8) staying resilient.
  • And after some disappointing drops last week, there were no rebounds to be had on ABC with Celebrity Family Feud (1.1), Steve Harvey's Funderdome (0.8) and The $100,000 Pyramid (0.8).

Friday, July 21, 2017

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 7/19/17


FINALS UPDATE: The Goldbergs (R) (0.7) and Big Brother (1.9) adjusted up.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • After a poor start last week, it didn't get any worse for new drama Salvation (0.7) in week two; it matched the premiere rating while lead-in Big Brother (1.8) was preliminarily down a tick.
  • It was an up night for Fox's MasterChef (1.1) and The F Word (0.7), but a rough one for Little Big Shots: Forever Young (0.8) on NBC. The Carmichael Show managed to hang at 0.7 despite Forever Young's new low.

Schedules Plus: Network Averages on Wednesday


This is a compilation of all the broadcast networks' Schedules Plus averages on Wednesday, providing a look at how the network race has evolved over time on this night. These averages come directly from the night's Schedules Plus posts, which are linked in the table headers below. As with the individual Schedules Plus, it is important to keep in mind that these are not averages of every single thing that aired on the network, but just the most frequent occupant in each timeslot in each section of the year. See the Schedules Plus primer for more. The 'Avg' column and the charts cover only ratings for the big four networks.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 7/18/17


FINALS UPDATE: America's Got Talent (2.5) adjusted up while The Flash (R) (0.2) adjusted down.


SpotVault - Shooter (USA) - Summer 2017 Ratings



Cablemetrics: Game of Thrones, The Strain, Suits, The Fosters


These numbers are current through Monday, July 17.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • Game of Thrones took over the summer with a whooping 4.71 for its season seven premiere. You have to add up the next ten highest-rated shows on this table combined before passing a 4.71.
    • This marks the 20th different episode of Thrones (including the series premiere) to hit a new series high in raw numbers. Out of everything in my records, nothing else has pulled that off. The current broadcast record-holder is House, which hit 17 new series highs. Thrones has hit a raw series high in each of its seven seasons to date, including at least three new highs in each of the first four seasons. Last year's series high didn't come till the finale, so maybe this can be another season with multiple highs.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Monday 7/17/17


WHAT MATTERS:
  • After a rough month, ABC's The Bachelorette (1.6) swung back up to its best number in four weeks, and pulled ahead of American Ninja Warrior (1.4/1.5) in the first two hours.
    • But NBC remained king at 10/9c with steady Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge (1.0), as ABC had one last reality repeat (0.6). Both networks will shift to dramas starting next week when NBC's Midnight, Texas and ABC's Somewhere Between premiere.
  • The night's other originals were all down a tick, including Fox's So You Think You Can Dance (0.7) and Superhuman (0.5) as well as the CW's Whose Line Is It Anyway? (0.2).

SpotVault - The Fosters (Freeform) - Winter 2017 Ratings



SpotVault - The Bold Type (Freeform) - Summer 2017 Ratings



SpotVault - Game of Thrones (HBO) - Summer 2017 Ratings



SpotVault - The Strain (FX) - Summer 2017 Ratings



Spotted Ratings, Sunday 7/16/17


WHAT MATTERS:
  • It was a tough second week for CBS' Candy Crush (0.8), taking a three-tenths dip that left it in a tie with ABC's also underwhelming Steve Harvey's Funderdome (0.8). Though it pulled less than half of its Big Brother lead-in (1.8), that still means better retention than the Wednesday/Thursday dramas...
  • ABC's game shows Celebrity Family Feud (1.1), Funderdome (0.8) and The $100,000 Pyramid (0.8) were all down to new season lows.
  • It was presumably HBO's night with the return of Game of Thrones at 9/8c. More to come...

The Breakdown: CW Wednesday in 2016-17 (Arrow, Frequency, The 100)




It's time for a journey through the CW Wednesday schedule in 2016-17...

Friday, July 14, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Thursday 7/13/17


FINALS UPDATE: America's Got Talent (R) (1.3) adjusted up while Life in Pieces (R) (0.7) adjusted down.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • On NBC, a one-hour America's Got Talent recap special (1.2) filled in at 8/7c, significantly improving on usual occupant Hollywood Game Night and bumping The Wall (1.2) up noticeably in the process. It didn't do anything for The Night Shift (0.7) at 10/9c, though.
  • Fox's game shows were back from a week off with recently renewed Beat Shazam (0.9) even but Love Connection (0.6) dipping to a new low (which tied last week's repeat).
  • CBS' Big Brother (1.8) stayed on top of the broadcast world but gave back a tenth from last week, and the 8/7c comedy repeats (1.0/0.8) also lost their big surges.
  • ABC's Boy Band (0.6) and The Gong Show (0.7) were steady but low, surrounding Battle of the Network Stars (0.7) which will hope for another finals uptick to avoid a new low. 
  • And the CW jumped into the Thursday original game with a solid return for Penn and Teller: Fool Us (0.4), leading into acquired British drama Hooten and the Lady (0.2).

SpotVault - Salvation (CBS) - Summer 2017 Ratings



SpotVault - Suits (USA) - Summer 2017 Ratings



SpotVault - Penn and Teller: Fool Us (CW) - Summer 2017 Ratings



SpotVault - Hooten and the Lady (CW) - Summer 2017 Ratings



The Breakdown: Fox Wednesday in 2016-17 (Lethal Weapon, Empire, Star and more!)




It's time for a journey through the Fox Wednesday schedule in 2016-17...

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 7/12/17


FINALS UPDATE: Little Big Shots: Forever Young (1.0) adjusted up.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • CBS' latest attempt at a post-Big Brother drama was Salvation, which skewed very old and managed just a 0.7 demo leading out of a 1.9 from BB. That's a bit better than what we've seen from Zoo thus far this season, and exactly the same number at which failed American Gothic opened last summer. But it's a far cry from where Candy Crush premiered on Sunday.
  • ABC's comedy repeats stepped aside in favor of the ESPY Awards (1.4), in their third year on ABC. Last year the event had a 1.6 prelim which adjusted up to a 1.7 final.
  • Fox's MasterChef (1.0) and The F Word (0.6) were both even after taking last week off, while NBC's Little Big Shots: Forever Young dipped back to 0.9 and The Carmichael Show held at 0.7.

A18-49+ Update: Ratings by Day of Week and Time of Day in 2016-17


Here's a look at trends among the original series sorted by day of the week and time of day on the big four networks in 2016-17.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 7/11/17


FINALS UPDATE: America's Got Talent (2.5) and MLB All-Star Game (2.3) adjusted up.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • The MLB All-Star Game returned to Fox with a 2.1/2.2/2.2 for its preliminary hours. It looks like the game may be headed for a slight rebound after a big drop last year (when it had 1.8/2.1/2.2 preliminary hours).
  • But the MLB competition did little to faze America's Got Talent (2.2/2.7) and World of Dance (1.7), which were even to slightly down after a week off.

Cablemetrics: Snowfall, Fear the Walking Dead, Will


These numbers are current through Monday, July 10.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • FX's new drama Snowfall launched to a 0.58 demo on Wednesday, with a very young and male skew. Among the network's 2017 launches, that put it just a bit behind Legion (0.69) and Taboo (0.63) but a little ahead of Feud: Bette and Joan (0.52). Kinda crazy how close all those premieres were!

SpotVault - Will (TNT) - Summer 2017 Ratings



SpotVault - Candy Crush (CBS) - Summer 2017 Ratings



SpotVault - Snowfall (FX) - Summer 2017 Ratings



SpotVault - Daytime Divas (VH1) - Summer 2017 Ratings



Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Monday 7/10/17


FINALS UPDATE: The Gong Show (R) (0.5) adjusted down.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • Numbers and analysis coming shortly.

The Breakdown: NBC Wednesday in 2016-17 (Blindspot, Law and Order: SVU, Chicago PD)




It's time for a journey through the NBC Wednesday schedule in 2016-17...

Spotted Ratings, Sunday 7/9/17


FINALS UPDATE: America's Funniest Home Videos (R) (0.9) and Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly (0.5) adjusted up.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • CBS had a decent opening from new game show Candy Crush (1.1) leading out of Big Brother (1.8). (But Crush may be subject to adjustments since it started at 9:02.)
  • ABC's game shows were all back and on the downswing after taking last week off. Celebrity Family Feud (1.3) remained easily the standout, even in its first head-to-head with Big Brother, while Steve Harvey's Funderdome (0.9) and The $100,000 Pyramid (0.9) both shed two tenths from two weeks ago.
  • And NBC's Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly (0.4) and Fox's American Grit (0.4) stayed really low.

Monday, July 10, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Friday 7/7/17


FINALS UPDATE: What Would You Do? (0.8) adjusted up.


The War of 18-49, The Originals


Productive Anchor Seasons

The CW came into the 2013-14 season with some very depressing recent performance on pretty much every night other than Wednesday and Thursday. But the network tried to open a third solid night with its new The Vampire Diaries spin-off and old reliable Supernatural. The Originals previewed on Thursday 10/3/13, with a 1.0 demo leading out of a 1.2 lead-in from The Vampire Diaries, then got a 0.9 for its first Tuesday airing five days later. But The Originals showed surprising resilience from that point forward, jumping up to a 1.1 the next week. It jumped around that range for the rest of the fall and winter, not falling below that 0.9 timeslot premiere until late in February.

The stretch run in season one was not good to Originals, which fell as low as a couple 0.6's late in the season. That set the show up for a big drop in its move to Monday for season two, hanging in the 0.6 to 0.7 range for the first half of the season before once again taking a hit in the spring, to a bunch of 0.5's.

Joining with the Mothership

After two years of declines, the network decided to pull a Private Practice and unite The Originals with the show that spawned it. But with The Vampire Diaries also deep into its decline phase, this did little to stem the tide; The Originals usually got 0.4 alongside TVD in the fall, which was about the same rate of decline it was seeing in season two. The pair moved to Friday at midseason and actually held up fairly well; Originals hit a bunch of its familiar Thursday 0.4's early in the winter. But more 0.3's mixed in late in the season.

Coming Off the Bench 

Both vampire shows survived again into 2016-17, but not together; instead, they shared a timeslot, with the announced final season of TVD leading off on Friday through early March and Originals taking over from there. Considering Originals was airing in the much tougher part of the calendar, the show stayed surprisingly close to The Vampire Diaries' performance earlier in the season; it usually hit 0.3 but mixed in a few 0.4's as well, even including one after the end of the regular season. It's always hard to tell on the CW, but it's nice to think this first-run performance actually had some impact in saving The Originals from what could have been a cleaning house for the vampire empire. Instead, The Originals will be back for a fifth season, but once again held for midseason or later.

Adults 18-49 info by season:

SeasYearSlotAvgy2yLoHiResultsGrade
12013-14Tuesday 8:000.890.61.1detail
22014-15Monday 8:000.58-35%0.40.7detail
32015-16Thu 9:00, Fri 9:000.39-33%0.30.5detailD+
4Spring 2017Friday 8:000.32-18%0.20.4detail

Historical-adjusted ratings by season:

SeasYearA18-49+LabelNow17y2yLoHiPremiereFinale
12013-1447hit(CW)0.5732585342
22014-1534marginal(CW)0.42-27%24424230
32015-1627hit(CWFri)0.32-23%21342821
4Spring 201726hit(CWFri)0.32-3%16332525

AVERAGE:33hit(CWFri)


The War of 18-49 chronicles the ratings history of veteran primetime series. For more, see the Index.

Friday, July 7, 2017

Spotted Ratings, Thursday 7/6/17


FINALS UPDATE: Battle of the Network Stars (0.8), Hollywood Game Night (0.9) and The Wall (1.0) adjusted up.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • An incredible second week for Big Brother continued with a big Thursday uptick (1.9), marking the show's second new season high in as many days. It even lifted the surrounding comedy repeats (1.3/1.0) and lowly Zoo (0.6).
  •  But it was an equally brutal week on ABC, where Battle of the Network Stars (0.7) and The Gong Show (0.7) each collapsed from their reasonable numbers a week ago. That's left them looking not that much better than Boy Band, which managed to inch up to 0.6 in week three.
  • NBC's Hollywood Game Night (0.8) and The Wall (0.9) each inched down in their third week together, while The Night Shift (0.7) held onto last week's uptick. They came against repeats of the Fox game shows (0.7/0.6).

    Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 7/5/17


    WHAT MATTERS:
    • 8:00 regulars Big Brother (1.8) and Little Big Shots: Forever Young (1.0) were both up a tenth, as Fox's Gordon Ramsay shows (0.7/0.6) went into repeats for some reason.
    • The Carmichael Show (0.7) matched last week, tying ABC's Modern Family (0.7) on an up night for both it and The Goldbergs (0.7). At 10/9c, To Tell the Truth finished out its brief stint on Wednesday with a third straight 0.6.

    The Breakdown: CBS Wednesday in 2016-17 (Survivor, Criminal Minds, Code Black and more!)




    It's time for a journey through the CBS Wednesday schedule in 2016-17...

    Thursday, July 6, 2017

    A18-49+ Update: Originals vs. Repeats, Comedies vs. Dramas in 2016-17


    Here's a look at the different types of programming in 2016-17. This post will combine the broad programming categories (originals, repeats, sports, specials, movies) as well as the sub-categories within the original series realm (comedies, dramas, reality, news).

    Wednesday, July 5, 2017

    Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 7/4/17


    FINALS UPDATE: Fresh Off the Boat (R) (0.3), Black-ish (R) (0.3), Black-ish (R) (0.3), American Housewife (R) (0.3), The Middle (R) (0.3), NCIS: New Orleans (R) (0.4), The Mick (R) (0.2) and Whose Line Is It Anyway? (R) (0.1) adjusted down.

    WHAT MATTERS:
    • NBC's Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular (0.9/1.6), with its typically ridiculous jump from the first hour to the last, was down two or three tenths from last year's 1.5. Just like most other Tuesdays in the summer, NBC got very little resistance from the other broadcasters on the 4th of July. (After a brief return to CBS last year, the Boston Pops fireworks show moved to Bloomberg TV on cable this year.)

    The Breakdown: ABC Wednesday in 2016-17 (The Goldbergs, Modern Family, Designated Survivor and more!)




    It's time for a journey through the ABC Wednesday schedule in 2016-17...

    Tuesday, July 4, 2017

    Spotted Ratings, Monday 7/3/17


    FINALS UPDATE: The Bachelorette (R) (0.5) and American Ninja Warrior (1.1) adjusted up.

    WHAT MATTERS:
    • NBC's American Ninja Warrior (1.1) and Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge (0.8) decided to brave the long holiday weekend and were down at least 20% from last week under much lower-viewing conditions. Fox's Superhuman (0.4) also took a big hit as it ran through an original, though its lead-in So Think You Can Dance (0.4) was in repeats.

    Schedules Plus: Network Averages on Tuesday


    This is a compilation of all the broadcast networks' Schedules Plus averages on Tuesday, providing a look at how the network race has evolved over time on this night. These averages come directly from the night's Schedules Plus posts, which are linked in the table headers below. As with the individual Schedules Plus, it is important to keep in mind that these are not averages of every single thing that aired on the network, but just the most frequent occupant in each timeslot in each section of the year. See the Schedules Plus primer for more. The 'Avg' column and the charts cover only ratings for the big four networks.

    Friday, June 30, 2017

    Spotted Ratings, Thursday 6/29/17


    FINALS UPDATE: Supernatural (R) (0.2) adjusted down.

    WHAT MATTERS:
    • Numbers and analysis coming shortly. ABC rounded out its summer Thursday lineup with its Battle of the Network Stars revival at 9/8c, surrounded by week two of Boy Band and The Gong Show. And CBS launched season three of drama Zoo following the second night of Big Brother.

    The Breakdown: CW Tuesday in 2016-17 (The Flash, No Tomorrow, Legends of Tomorrow and more!)




    It's time for a journey through the CW Tuesday schedule in 2016-17...

    Thursday, June 29, 2017

    Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 6/28/17


    FINALS UPDATE: American Housewife (R) (0.6) adjusted up.

    WHAT MATTERS:
    • CBS summer institution Big Brother (1.7) was back with another dominant two-hour premiere, down by two tenths (AKA slightly up in Plus) from last year's 1.9 opener.
    • MasterChef (1.0) was the best of the competition, and the only original that managed to break even with last week while going head to head with BB. But its lead-out The F Word (0.6) continued to deteriorate. And NBC's Little Big Shots: Forever Young (0.9) and The Carmichael Show (0.7) were also down a tenth.
    • At 10/9c, episode two of a brief Wednesday run for To Tell the Truth (0.6) was even with last week.

    SpotVault - Big Brother (CBS) - Summer 2017 Ratings



    A18-49+ Update: The Network Race in 2016-17


    Here's a look from several angles at how the big five networks fared in 2016-17.

    Wednesday, June 28, 2017

    Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 6/27/17


    FINALS UPDATE: America's Got Talent (2.5) adjusted up while World of Dance (1.8) adjusted down.

    WHAT MATTERS:
    • Usual Tuesday leader America's Got Talent (2.2/2.7) had a little more competition than normal as The Bachelorette (1.3/1.2) rounded out a double-episode week. But it was still not much of a contest, as the struggling Bachelorette didn't really ding AGT and went a bit lower than its own usual ratings.
      • The 10/9c hour was even more of a blowout, as Talent lead-out World of Dance (1.9) went up against the final two episodes of Downward Dog (0.5/0.4) on ABC.
    •  The other three networks had just one original combined, as the CW quietly finished up another season of iZombie (0.3) at 9/8c.

    Cablemetrics: Preacher, Power, Queen Sugar, Wrecked, Playing House


    These numbers are current through Monday, June 26.

    WHAT MATTERS:
    • AMC paired its sophomore drama Preacher (0.58) with Fear the Walking Dead (0.96) for a one-time preview on Sunday, then moved the show to its regular Monday timeslot with a 0.43. That 0.43 is barely half of where Preacher started its "regular" run a year ago, but still managed to match the low point from season one. That number was actually achieved early last season, before it grew to 0.5 and eventually a bunch of 0.6's late last season.

    SpotVault - Playing House (USA) - Summer 2017 Ratings



    SpotVault - Preacher (AMC) - Summer 2017 Ratings



    SpotVault - Power (STARZ) - Summer 2017 Ratings



    Tuesday, June 27, 2017

    Spotted Ratings, Monday 6/26/17


    FINALS UPDATE: Celebrity Family Feud (R) (0.9), Kevin Can Wait (R) (0.6), Life in Pieces (R) (0.5), Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge (1.0), Superhuman (0.6), Supergirl (R) (0.2), Whose Line Is It Anyway? (R) (0.2) and Whose Line Is It Anyway? (R) (0.2) adjusted down.

    WHAT MATTERS:
    • The ratings continued to sour for The Bachelorette (1.4), which shed two tenths to (preliminarily) fall behind its Memorial Day low. After it was even-ish in Plus in the early weeks of the season, it's now looking more clearly like a downturn season for the franchise. 
      • But the network had some consolation in the 10/9c hour as a repeat of Celebrity Family Feud (1.0) stepped in and more than tripled last week's anemic Still Star-Crossed rating. It was a rare piece of good news in what has been one of ABC's most dreadful timeslots all season; even regular season occupants Conviction and Quantico never cracked a 1.0!
    • On NBC, Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge (1.1) gave back a piece of its major week two spike, leading out of a steady American Ninja Warrior (1.5). Fox's So You Think You Can Dance (0.8) inched down while newbie Superhuman made it three weeks in a row at 0.7.

    The Breakdown: Fox Tuesday in 2016-17 (New Girl, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Mick and more!)




    It's time for a journey through the Fox Tuesday schedule in 2016-17...

    Monday, June 26, 2017

    Spotted Ratings, Sunday 6/25/17


    FINALS UPDATE: Madam Secretary (R) (0.3) adjusted up while Code Black (R) (0.2) adjusted down.

    WHAT MATTERS:
    • After big drops last week, ABC's Steve Harvey's Funderdome (1.1) and The $100,000 Pyramid (1.1) had nice rebounds in week three, while Celebrity Family Feud (1.4) stayed even after taking only a small drop last week.
    • The ABC reality shows overwhelmed another barren Sunday on the other networks. After getting a small boost from the US Open last week, American Grit (0.4) gave it back in week three. And NBC newsmagazine Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly (0.4) declined for the third straight week since its premiere.

    The War of 18-49, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.



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