Post Profile

Premiere Week Ratings: ‘This Is Us’, ‘Bull’, ‘Designated Survivor’ Among Bright Spots

By most accounts, it was a solid premiere week for the broadcast networks. The overall Live+Same Day declines were in line with expectations; the Big 4 networks combined drew a 7.2 adults 18-49, down -9% from last year’s premiere week (some of the decline has to do with a weaker Sunday Night Football game this year), and 28.25 million viewers, -5%. There were no outright flops among the new series, though there were some disappointments.
read more


Related Posts

‘Empire,’ CBS and NBC lead premiere week: Broadcast Top 25 and network rankings

Media / Television Industry : TV by the Numbers

The first week of the 2016-17 TV season is in the books — and the top of the rankings look a lot like they did last fall. Live NFL games on NBC and CBS hold the Top 2 spots in both adults 18-49 and viewers. “Empire” held its No. 1 s...

Monday final ratings: ‘Big Bang Theory’ adjusts up, ‘Voice’ adjusts down, final debate numbers

Media / Television Industry : TV by the Numbers

Final broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Monday, Sept. 26, 2016 Note: The networks’ telecast of the presidential debate aired commercial-free from 9-10:39 p.m. ET/6-7:39 p.m. PT. Final ratings are noted below but aren’t...

‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘HTGAWM’ & ‘Blacklist’ Lead Thursday Live+3 Ratings Gains

Industries / Entertainment Industry : Deadline Hollywood

ABC veteran Grey’s Anatomy, already the highest-rated and most watched entertainment program on Premiere Thursday in Live+same day, also posted big Live+3 demo gains — 1.1 adults 18-49 and 2.8 million viewers — to solidify its posit...

Network Ratings: Big Declines at Two of the Big 4 Account for an Overall Drop in Broadcast This Year; One Major Net Rises

Media / Television Industry : TVWeek

Ratings for broadcast networks are down again this year, with two of the big 4 networks accounting for the falloff, Media Life Magazine reports. In the key demo of viewers 18-49, Fox and NBC are both off significantly from a...

Why One of the New Fall Broadcast Shows Is ‘Already in Trouble’

Media / Television Industry : TVWeek

At least one of the fall dramas premiering last week on the broadcast networks is “already in trouble,” according to an analysis by TVbytheNumbers. The website says that while ABC’s premiere week had its bright spots, the new series...


Entertainment Industry
Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC