TV Ratings (Tuesday 8th April)

Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Jax, Apr 9, 2008.

  1. Jax

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    -Total Viewers:
    Fox: 17.85 million, ABC: 10.75, NBC: 8.91, CBS: 8.26, CW: 1.77

    -Adults 18-49:
    Fox: 7.2 rating/18 share, NBC: 3.4/9, ABC: 2.5/6, CBS: 2.3/6, CW: 0.7/2

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  2. bigdaddy

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    I hope Eli Stone does terrible Sunday night at 10. It steals Boston Legal's old timeslot, and is clear ABC wants to keep Eli Stone over Boston Legal but can't get the ratings to do so.
     
  3. Top41

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    Ouch! Secret Talents of the Stars really tanked. :eek: I was in the studio audience for the show and while I can't say it's a great show by any stretch, it was fun to watch live. Especially to see George Takei!
     
  4. nx1701g

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    ^ I can't say I'm surprised it did horribly though. It looked horrible.
     
  5. Jax

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    Winners...
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    Round-up...

    FOX enjoyed a typical Idol night with the masses tuning in for the reality show and for the lead out. Can someone tell me why "Hell's Kitchen" is so popular or is it because people can't be bothered to change the channel ?

    ABC started the night with the awful "Just for Laughs" that should be cancelled or moved to summer time but DWTS got the network back on track. However the big plus will be the return of "Boston Legal" and with no strike, the show proved why its one of the best shows around with a cracker of a episode and the ratings to go with it. Boston Legal was doing 10 million+ before the strike and will most likely carry on for its final few episodes and expect to see ABC renew the show for a 5th season.

    NBC had a decent night with "The Biggest Loser" holding up well and there is no doubt the show will return for a 5th season.

    CBS have no one else to blame but themselves for there poor 2008, with stupid ideas like airing Big Brother in a non summer time of the year and choosing just awful shows to pick up. Secret Talents of the Stars being one of those shows that somehow made it to our TV screens and it thankfully bombed, proving that maybe America doesk now how to switch channels and my god CBS how good does JERICHO ratings look compared to that. NCIS continues to pull in great viewing figures but weird demos but is in NO danger of not coming back.

    CW - I don't care and shame on you if you do :devil: