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Sunday Show Ratings: September 25

This Week with George Stephanopoulos kicked off the new broadcast season as the top Sunday show in the news demo for the second straight year.

Sunday cable ratings: ‘Fear the Walking Dead,’ ‘Power’ finale lead originals

“Fear the Walking Dead” and “Power” were the two top-rated original shows on cable Sunday. “Fear” was down a tenth of a point in adults 18-49 week to week, but its 1.5 was still easily the day’s best performance. “Power” ended its third season with a 0.9, even with the previous week. Show More Summary

Sunday final ratings: ‘Once Upon a Time’ and ‘NCIS: LA’ adjust up, FOX shows adjust down

Final broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016 Per usual, football scrambled the ratings for Sunday, with multiple adjustments. CBS’ “60 Minutes” (2.6) and the premiere of “NCIS: Los Angeles” (1.5) each adjusted up in adults 18-49 from their preliminary ratings. Show More Summary

Sunday cable ratings: ‘Power,’ ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ steady opposite NFL and Emmys

Sunday was a fairly big night on the broadcast networks with “Sunday Night Football” and the Emmy Awards, but the two top cable shows held up pretty well. “Fear the Walking Dead” actually improved a little week to week, rising a tenth of a point to a 1.6 in adults 18-49. “Power” returned to Starz […]

Sunday final ratings: ‘The Case Of: JonBenet Ramsey’ holds, plus final Emmy and NFL numbers

Final broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016 Live broadcasts on several networks meant lots of adjustments from Sunday’s early ratings to the finals. One show that didn’t change, however was CBS’ “The Case Of: JonBenet Ramsey,” which held its solid 2.1 rating in adults 18-49. The Emmy Awards on ABC adjusted […]

Primetime Emmys Dip to an All-Time Low in the Ratings

Sunday’s broadcast of the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards on ABC hit a record low for the ceremony, based on Nielsen ratings data. Media Life Magazine reports that the show delivered an average of 11.3 million total viewers, off 5% from....

Emmys 2016 Ratings Down 5% From Last Year's Show

The 2016 Emmy Awards ratings are in and they are down from 2015?s show. Sunday night’s ceremony was watched by 11.3 million viewers, which is a 5% dip from last year’s numbers, EW reports. It is presumed that many wound up watching the Sunday Night Football game and coverage of the New York City and [...]

Emmy Ratings Hit All-Time Low

Audiences for Sunday’s Emmy Awards show appeared to be slightly down from last year’s record low, according to early TV ratings data on Monday. The three-hour ceremony honoring the best in television and broadcast live on ABC television scored an 8.4 overnight rating in the biggest U.S. Show More Summary

The 2016 Emmys are the least-watched Emmys ever

The 2015 Emmys were the least-watched on record — until Sunday, when the 2016 Emmys became the least-watched on record. Updated figures from ABC put the show at 11.3 million viewers and a 2.8 rating among adults 18-49. That’s down from 11.87 million and a 3.6 for FOX’s telecast of the awards last year. The […]

PB&Js for Everyone at Kimmel's Emmys

USA Today recalls how Jimmy Kimmel's 2012 hosting gig at the Emmys didn't wow the masses, but the late-night host apparently redeemed himself Sunday at this year's awards show, earning an "affable" rating from the newspaper, which said "he hit the mark right all night" and had bits that were...

Emmy winners by the numbers: Did big ratings equal Emmy wins?

If the Emmys were strictly a popularity contest, the nominees would look substantially different each year. But as Sunday’s 68th annual ceremony played out, the more popular shows, as measured by ratings, in the series categories fared pretty well. Here are the winners (shown in bold italics) and their fellow nominees in each of the […]

People Are Watching Less TV. So Will They Watch the Emmys?

This awards show is airing on Sunday on ABC, which hopes to buck a trend of falling ratings, even for big live events.

Sunday Show Ratings: September 11

Meet the Press with Chuck Todd was the No. 1 Sunday public affairs show on 9/11, both in total viewers and in the key A25-54 demo.

Broadcast Live +3 ratings, Aug. 29-Sept. 4: ‘Big Brother,’ college football, ‘AGT’ lead

The Sunday edition of “Big Brother” made the biggest ratings gains with three days delayed viewing in the week of Aug. 29-Sept. 4. The show made the biggest jump in both adults 18-49 (1.4 to 2.1, +0.7) and viewers, adding 1.65 million to its same-day total. ABC’s Sunday college football broadcast (3.3) remains tops overall in […]

Sharyl Attkisson’s Full Measure Shows Ratings Growth In First Year

Full Measure, the syndicated public affairs program hosted by former CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson, begins its second season Sunday–with ratings in some markets showing significant growth since the program’s launch. The show airs on most of Sinclair’s 162 local television stations. Show More Summary

Sunday Show Ratings: September 4

CBS' Face the Nation was the No. 1 Sunday public affairs show in total viewers, and was up by 17 percent in the news demo from the comparable Sunday in 2015.

Sunday cable ratings: ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ slips to series low

Sunday’s episode of “Fear the Walking Dead” recorded series-low ratings for AMC. The show still led the night in both adults 18-49 and viewers, but its 1.2 rating in the demo was down 0.4 from the previous low, and its 2.99 million viewers was off from 3.66 million the previous week. “Power” (0.9) rose a tenth […]

The Night Of Finale Drew the Show’s Best Ratings Yet

If HBO wants to make a second season of The Night Of, it need look no further than the Nielsen ratings to justify the decision. Sunday’s super-sized finale drew 2.2 million viewers, easily the largest same-day audience in the show’s two-month run. What’s most impressive about the ratings is the show’s ... More »

VMA Ratings Fall Dramatically On MTV, Sister Stations, But Soars On Social Media

Viewership for Sunday's MTV's Video Music Awards fell dramatically for the second straight year, even as related action on social media soared. But what does MTV expect when they repeatedly produce a show designed primarily to create tweetable moments? ____________________________________ The 2016 VMAs, which featured performances by top tier artists...

Sunday cable ratings: VMAs tumble from 2015

The 2016 Video Music Awards took a pretty sizable hit in the ratings, falling about 17 percent in viewers and more than 30 percent in viewers. The show — which aired on MTV and nine other Viacom-owned channels — drew a combined 6.5 million viewers and a 3.9 rating in adults 18-49. MTV had by […]

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