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Old October 6 2010, 05:23 PM   #1
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TV Ratings (Tuesday 5th October)

-Total Viewers:
CBS: 16.11 million, ABC: 11.21, Fox: 8.07, NBC: 6.25, CW: 1.79

-Adults 18-49:
Fox: 3.3 rating/9 share, CBS: 3.2/9, ABC: 2.5/7, NBC: 2.3/7, CW: 0.9/2

CBS

NCIS - 19.48 million & 3.7/11
NCIS: Los Angeles - 16.19 million & 3.2/9
The Good Wife - 12.67 million & 2.5/7

ABC

No Ordinary Family - 8.93 million & 2.6/8
Dancing with the Stars Result Show - 16.41 million & 3.2/9
Detroit 1.8.7 - 8.29 million & 1.8/5

FOX

Glee - 10.97 million & 4.5/13
Raising Hope - 6.27 million & 2.6/7
Running Wilde - 4.07 million & 1.8/5

NBC

The Biggest Loser (2 hour) - 6.81 million & 2.5/7
Parenthood - 5.15 million & 2.0/6

CW

One Tree Hill - 1.99 million & 1.0/3
Life Unexpected - 1.59 million & 0.8/2
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Old October 6 2010, 06:51 PM   #2
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Re: TV Ratings (Tuesday 5th October)

Guess I'll have to keep my two eppies of No Ordinary Family given that the ratings will keep it going for a while...
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Old October 6 2010, 07:00 PM   #3
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Re: TV Ratings (Tuesday 5th October)

^ Yeah if they don't fall anymore, but it's in a tough time slot, one of the worst in fact. ABC should see that, and the fact that ABC hasn't had a big time hit show in many years and they need to keep some new shows around.
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Old October 6 2010, 07:06 PM   #4
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Re: TV Ratings (Tuesday 5th October)

Winners...
NCIS, NCIS: LA, The Good Wife, Glee and Dancing with the Stars
Honorable Mention...
No Ordinary Family
Down But Not Quite Out Yet...
The Biggest Loser and Detroit 1.8.7
Losers...
Raising Hope, Running Wilde, Parenthood, One Tree Hill and Life Unexpected
Round-Up
ABC should be happy with "No Ordinary Family", which is holding its own against tough opponents in the form of NCIS and Glee. I see no reason why ABC won't give it a full pickup should it stay near these levels. "Detroit 1-8-7" just needs to perk that demo back into the 2 range but at the moment ABC should give it a full pickup though it can't afford to drop below 8 million.

Raising Hope may have a slim chance of a full pick up but Running Wilde is now DEAD. I would say to FOX though just cancel Raising Hope now and don't waste your time like you did with Til Death. Last season FOX aired Summer show "So You Think You Can Dance" out of "Kitchen Nightmares" and it didn't work but they should re-think that idea since Glee would have a compatiable audience.

The Biggest Loser has sprung a leak and the solid NBC hit will probably struggle over the next few years due to severe franchise fatigue. Parenthood is DEAD with those numbers but I wonder was NBC right to air it at 10pm in the first place?. I still think with NBC losing so much money and with ZERO 10pm-11pm hits, it should copy FOX and do the 8-10 route.

CBS and CW did there regular things...

One smells of success and the other just stinks
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Old October 6 2010, 07:33 PM   #5
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Re: TV Ratings (Tuesday 5th October)

I think Raising Hope is doing OK. Fox needs 30 minute shows for after American Idol which will be 90 minutes one night and only 30 the next or something like that. So they probably have a mid year 30 minute show to fill in for Running Wilde, but year that's dead. Raising Hope, which I like, maybe be the next 'Til Death! I'm hoping!
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Old October 6 2010, 09:01 PM   #6
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OTH just sucks now and LUX is great just in a bad time slot...LUX should have stayed on Mondays or be where Hellcats is...I think Hellcats is strong enough to be on Tuesday at 9pm.
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Old October 6 2010, 09:26 PM   #7
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I think Hellcats is strong enough to be on Tuesday at 9pm.


Sorry its just the idea that a CW show is strong enough to be put anywhere on the TV schedule makes me split my sides.



I wonder if any thought has been given over there to become a ABC Family type cable network because they will never be a proper major network.
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Old October 6 2010, 09:35 PM   #8
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Dammit. I really like Running Wilde
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Old October 6 2010, 09:37 PM   #9
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Doesn't The CW have less affiliates than ABC, CBS, FOX & NBC? I don't even know why they would be compared to the other networks.
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Old October 6 2010, 10:06 PM   #10
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I think Raising Hope is really good. My favorite new show of the season, anyway. (not saying much though)
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Old October 6 2010, 11:09 PM   #11
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Actually Life Unexpected had a HUGE jump in the female demo The CW is going after. And OTH saw a bump up as well though not as big. That's the demo they crave and is a good sign for both shows.

http://tvbythenumbers.com/2010/10/06...e-steady/66905

Life Unexpected saw big gains with its target of women 18-34 rallying all the way to a 1.6 rating from last week’s 1.1. One Tree Hill also climbed with women 18-34 to a 1.8 rating versus last week’s 1.6.
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Old October 6 2010, 11:31 PM   #12
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That is good news for LUX.
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Old October 7 2010, 12:10 AM   #13
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Doesn't The CW have less affiliates than ABC, CBS, FOX & NBC? I don't even know why they would be compared to the other networks.
I had a somewhat related question. I know here in Canada at least, the main 4 networks are generally within the first 15-20 channels on the dial (I realise that's now an anachronism), while the CW is something like channel 62. So its shows are a lot more obscure and harder to find unless you go looking for them, which I would think is a cause for lower viewership. Is it the same in the US? Or does the CW have a more reasonable channel number?
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Old October 7 2010, 12:30 AM   #14
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The CW is on Channel 65 in my area and I was reading The CW covers 95% of house holds with some being cable only.

The CW covers just more than 95 percent of television homes in the United States. The network has over-the-air coverage (analog, low-power, or digital signals) in all but one of the top 100 Nielsen-ranked markets (Toledo, Ohio is the exception, they are served by cable-only WT05, and viewers close to the Michigan border with outdoor antennas can receive CW from WKBD-TV in Detroit). The remaining markets are covered either over-the-air or through cable-only channels (including those served by The CW Plus) or affiliates in neighboring markets.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_CW_affiliates

I am guessing the other 4 cover 100% of tv homes in the US.
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Old October 7 2010, 12:34 AM   #15
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Down But Not Quite Out Yet...
The Biggest Loser and Detroit 1.8.7
I just started watching Detroit 1-8-7. Pretty damn good show actually. I think it's actually better than Blue Bloods which I think is a pretty good show. Hope it's numbers pick up.
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