Thursday, October 18, 2018

Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 10/17/18


FINALS UPDATE: Single Parents (0.9) and Chicago PD (1.1) adjusted down.

WHAT MATTERS:
  • On ABC, it was a rough night for anchor The Goldbergs (1.1), which would be down two tenths and at a new low if it stays there. Modern Family (1.3) was down one tenth, while American Housewife (1.0), Single Parents (1.0) and A Million Little Things (0.8) all held on.
  • Elsewhere, there was some separation at 8/7c as a steady Empire (1.6) pulled ahead of a down Survivor (1.4) for the nightly lead. CBS dramas SEAL Team (0.8) and Criminal Minds (0.7) were back down a notch, as was Star (1.2) on Fox and the first two of NBC's Chicago dramas (1.2/1.3/1.2).
  • On the CW, Riverdale (0.4) dropped a tenth from last week's premiere, while All American hung at 0.2 in its second week. (It was down about 10% in total viewers from last week.)

    Wednesday, October 17, 2018

    Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 10/16/18


    FINALS UPDATE: The Conners (2.4), The Voice (1.8) and The Flash (0.7) adjusted up while Black-ish (1.0) and Splitting Up Together (0.9) adjusted down.

    WHAT MATTERS:
    • Roseanne spin-off The Conners (2.3) brought a spark to ABC Tuesday, but it fell behind the low point of the Roseanne revival (which ended on a 2.5 in May). It was unable to top The Big Bang Theory's premiere (2.5) for the top comedy episode of the season to date, though it still tied last week's TBBT for second best.
    • Following The Conners was new comedy The Kids Are Alright (1.4), which got about what you would expect from a typical episode of The Middle with the big lead-in last year. Black-ish (1.1) was a little down from its late spring ratings last year, while sophomore Splitting Up Together (1.0) managed to tie its finale. At 10/9c was the launch of older-skewing Nathan Fillion drama The Rookie (1.0), which tied last year's Kevin (Probably) Saves the World premiere, beat last year's For the People premiere (0.8), and was a notch below where A Million Little Things (1.1) began on Premiere Wednesday.
    • Opposite ABC's return, there was some downward movement on CBS with the NCIS twins (1.2/0.8) surrounding a steady FBI (1.0), and on NBC with The Voice (1.7) and This Is Us (2.2) down a tenth and New Amsterdam (1.2) down two. Fox's The Gifted fell to its first 0.6, and the CW's The Flash (0.6) and Black Lightning (0.3) had somewhat sizable post-premiere drops.

    SpotVault - The Rookie (ABC) - 2018-19 Ratings



    SpotVault - The Kids Are Alright (ABC) - 2018-19 Ratings



    SpotVault - The Conners (ABC) - Fall 2018 Ratings



    SpotVault - Splitting Up Together (ABC) - 2018-19 Ratings



    SpotVault - Black-ish (ABC) - 2018-19 Ratings



    SpotVault - Arrow (CW) - 2018-19 Ratings



    Tuesday, October 16, 2018

    Spotted Ratings, Monday 10/15/18


    FINALS UPDATE: Magnum P.I. (0.9) and Bull (0.8) adjusted up while Dancing with the Stars (0.9) and 9-1-1 (1.4) adjusted down.

    WHAT MATTERS:
    • CBS' Magnum P.I. took an unwelcome dip to 0.8 in week four, but comedies The Neighborhood (1.1) and Happy Together (0.9) managed to stabilize in their third airings. After adjusting up to 0.8 last week, Bull was back at a preliminary 0.7 this time.
    • Things look pretty steady elsewhere on the big four with ABC's Dancing with the Stars (1.0) and The Good Doctor (1.1), NBC's The Voice (1.9) and Manifest (1.5) and Fox's The Resident (1.0) and 911 (1.5). Monday Night Football preemptions (which appear to be on ABC and Fox?) could make a minor impact.
    • The CW’s rollout continued with the move of Arrow (0.4) over to Monday. It was down noticeably from last year’s premiere (0.6) but even or slightly above what it was doing late last season. It was accompanied by a low-rated Constantine special (0.2).

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