Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Spotted Ratings, Tuesday 2/19/19

  • This Is Us (1.8) had a rebound after last week's low, while its lead-in Ellen's Game of Games (1.4) was down a notch. NCIS (1.2) and FBI (0.9) were both down, as was Black-ish (0.7) (the lone mover on ABC). On Fox, Lethal Weapon (0.8) looked a little better than usual, pulling off its first 0.8 since week two of the season.

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Spotted Ratings, Monday 2/18/19

FINALS UPDATE: No adjustments.

  • It was finale night for one of the winter's biggest year-to-year timeslot gaining lineups, America's Got Talent: The Champions (1.6/1.7) and Manifest (1.0) on NBC. But they didn't do anything out of the ordinary on finale night, with Manifest giving back a tenth after last week's surge, and trailed ABC's combo of The Bachelor (1.8/1.9) and The Good Doctor (1.1) in each hour.
  • CBS got another drop from The Neighborhood (1.1) and Man with a Plan (0.9), putting Neighborhood way off of its winter heights and back to what it was doing throughout most of the fall. Magnum P.I. (0.8) was back after a couple weeks off and matched its last January episode. And Fox was down with The Resident (0.9), but The Passage made it four weeks in a row at 0.9.

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Monday, February 18, 2019

Spotted Ratings, Sunday 2/17/19

FINALS UPDATE: God Friended Me (0.6) and NASCAR Overrun (1.2, -0.2) adjusted down.

  • On the Sunday between the Grammys and Oscars, the CBS (0.7/0.7/0.4) and CW (0.3/0.2) dramas had a one-week return to originals. All these shows tied their season lows except for Madam Secretary, which set a new one. With some help from NASCAR overrun (2.1/1.4 in the 7:00 hour), the Fox comedies (0.9/0.9/0.9) were up from their eps against the Grammys last week.
  • ABC's America's Funniest Home Videos (0.8) made the move back to 7/6c, preparing for its reunion with American Idol in two weeks, while its lead-out movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens (0.5/0.6/0.5) was in the same ballpark as NBC's older-skewing Elvis Presley special (0.6).

Saturday, February 16, 2019

Spotted Ratings, Friday 2/15/19

FINALS UPDATE: No adjustments.

  • Fox drama Proven Innocent opened with a measly 0.5 demo, fourth place at 9/8c and less than half of its lead-in from a double-pump of Last Man Standing (1.1) in the 8/7c hour. This would be bad even on a regular network; it appears to tie last season's Ten Days in the Valley along with a bunch of summer dramas for the lowest-rated drama launch in big four history. On a network that is looking to cut scripted programming real estate, it's all the more hopeless.
  • In the 8/7c hour, ABC's comedies (0.7/0.5) were even after a week off, while MacGyver (0.7) ticked down to drop below the other two CBS dramas (0.8/0.8), as did Blindspot (0.5) to trail its lead-out The Blacklist (0.6).

Friday, February 15, 2019

Spotted Ratings, Thursday 2/14/19

FINALS UPDATE: No adjustments.

  • CBS comedies Mom (1.1) and Fam (0.8) returned after giving up their hour to Celebrity Big Brother a week ago. With their lead-in Sheldon comedies in repeats (1.2/1.1), they were on the low end. But S.W.A.T. (0.9) was up at 10/9c, managing a head-to-head win against NBC's Law and Order: SVU (0.8).
  • ABC was down to a new low with Grey's Anatomy (1.4) but even with A Million Little Things (1.0) and How to Get Away with Murder (0.6). NBC got a rebound from The Titan Games (1.1), but comedies Brooklyn Nine-Nine (0.8) and Will and Grace (0.7) dropped. Fox's Gotham (0.6) was down vs. two weeks ago, while The Orville had its fifth consecutive 0.7.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Spotted Ratings, Wednesday 2/13/19

FINALS UPDATE: Chicago Fire (1.1), Riverdale (R) (0.1) and All American (R) (0.1) adjusted down.

  • The second Wednesday edition of The World's Best (0.9) teamed up with the two-hour season finale of Celebrity Big Brother (1.0/0.9) for CBS. TWB was down a tenth from last week's two-hour average (though two tenths below what it did in the 8:00 hour). Meanwhile, the finale interest was pretty modest for CBB, which went well below the 1.4 from last year's finale.
  • CBS lost both of the first two hours head-to-head against Fox (1.0/2.4), as The Masked Singer rebounded from last week's drop.
  • With no original Modern Family, ABC was on the low end with The Goldbergs (1.1) at 8/7c and had rotten results from Schooled (0.8) at 8:30 and Single Parents (0.6) at 9:30. NBC's Chicago trio (1.3/1.2/1.1) was down a tenth from last week across the board.

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