Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Spotted Ratings, Monday 4/6/20

FINALS UPDATE: Manifest (0.7) adjusted down.

  • Back to originals for the first time in three weeks, comedies The Neighborhood (1.0) and Bob Hearts Abishola (0.8) each inched down from their season highs last time, but legal dramas All Rise (0.7) and Bull (0.7) remained on the high end.
  • On NBC, The Voice (1.4/1.5) took a dip, but Manifest (0.8) is at least preliminarily eyeing a finale night uptick at 10/9c. ABC got good mileage out of Celebrity Family Feud repeats (0.9/1.0) but not a lot from a Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? behind-the-scenes special (0.5) at 10/9c.

Monday, April 6, 2020

Spotted Ratings, Sunday 4/5/20

FINALS UPDATE: Little Big Shots (0.3), The Simpsons (R) (0.2) and Bob's Burgers (R) (0.2) adjusted down.

  • In the usual Academy of Country Music Awards slot, CBS went with a more socially distant two-hour ACM special (1.0) which was close to 40% below last year's ACM Awards ratings. At 10/9c, the network replayed the Wednesday Garth Brooks/Trisha Yearwood special (0.7) and got nearly the same demo as the original run.
  • The CBS competition may have slightly dented ABC's American Idol (1.2), but the net still won each hour head-to-head, including a steady return for The Rookie (0.8) at 10/9c. NBC (0.4/0.5/0.4/0.4) was low but mostly even with last week, the exception being Good Girls which dropped a tenth.

Saturday, April 4, 2020

Spotted Ratings, Friday 4/3/20

FINALS UPDATE: Shark Tank (0.8) adjusted down.

  • The series finale of Hawaii Five-0 (0.9) matched last week's season high-tying rating. It was surrounded by even performances from MacGyver (0.8) and Blue Bloods (0.7).
  • Fox's WWE SmackDown! fell to 0.6 for the first time in its Fox run, and the CW's Charmed dropped to 0.1 for the third time this season. The rest of broadcast was roughly even, from ABC with Shark Tank (0.9) and 20/20 (0.7/0.6) to NBC with The Blacklist (0.6) and Dateline (0.6).

Friday, April 3, 2020

Spotted Ratings, Thursday 4/2/20

FINALS UPDATE: Legacies (R) (0.1) adjusted up while Last Man Standing (R) (0.5) adjusted down.

  • Back with originals for the first time in three weeks, it was a breakout night for the CBS Thursday comedies, with Young Sheldon (1.3) and Mom (1.0) both surging to new season highs. Each show led into a premiere night at the bottom of the hour: veteran Man with a Plan (0.9) returned to the 8:30 timeslot, while newbie Broke (0.9) looked good at 9:30. At 10/9c, Tommy (0.6) hit a new high of its own.
  • ABC was flat with Station 19 (1.1) but up a notch with Grey's Anatomy (1.4), leading into the return of How to Get Away with Murder (0.6) at 10/9c. Murder was a little weaker than what A Million Little Things has been doing here since the viewership inflation began, but it was still the show's best rating since the season premiere.
  • Against the return of CBS comedy, NBC came down from its recent highs, with Superstore (0.7) down two tenths and Brooklyn Nine-Nine (0.5) along with Law and Order: SVU (0.6) losing one. Fox's Last Man Standing (0.7) was also down a notch.

SpotVault - Whose Line Is It Anyway? (CW) - 2020 Ratings

Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Mondays, 8/7c, CW

SpotVault - Man with a Plan (CBS) - 2020 Ratings

Man with a Plan
Thursdays, 8:30/7:30c, CBS

SpotVault - Broke (CBS) - Spring 2020 Ratings

Thursdays, 9:30/8:30c, CBS

Thursday, April 2, 2020

Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 4/1/20

FINALS UPDATE: Modern Family (1.0) adjusted up while Chicago Med (R) (0.6) adjusted down.

  • A two-hour edition of The Masked Singer (2.3/2.5) went even bigger than usual, hitting the show's highest Wednesday ratings since the fall premiere night.
  • ABC was even-ish in the first half of the night with The Goldbergs (0.9), Schooled (0.6) and the penultimate week of Modern Family (0.9), but improved from there with American Housewife (0.7) hitting its best number since its return to Wednesday and a David Blaine special (0.7) outrating usual occupant Stumptown at 10/9c.
  • CBS' Survivor (1.6) led into a Garth Brooks/Trisha Yearwood special (0.8) which narrowly improved on SEAL Team's usual level.

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Spotted Ratings, Monday 3/30/20

FINALS UPDATE: No adjustments.

  • Shifting its remaining American Idol content to Sundays, ABC was lower but still fine in the first two hours with a Celebrity Family Feud repeat (0.9) and another coronavirus 20/20 special (0.8). But despite the lower lead-in, The Good Doctor (1.1) ticked up for the second half of its season finale.
  • NBC was close to last week with The Voice (1.6/1.7) and Manifest (0.7), while Fox's 9-1-1 (1.3) and Prodigal Son (0.7) inched down.
  • The CW replaced Supernatural with an hour of Whose Line Is It Anyway? (0.2/0.2), including an original at 8/7c, and Roswell, New Mexico fell to 0.1 at 9/8c. CBS had comedy repeats (0.7/0.6/0.5/0.6) and a James Corden special (0.5).

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