Welcome to this Season Full Ratings Table where we try to collate all the Broadcast Ratings for the Primetime Shows that we cover.
You can see the 2015/16 Table here.
And don't forget you can see the complete Ratings Database where you can compare shows, seasons and networks etc here.
- These tables are just for the Broadcast Networks (ABC, CBS, CW, FOX and NBC)
- The % drop/gain calculations are based on show average compared to their premiere episode.
- The tables will be updated when the previous days final adjusted numbers are released.
- The Tables uses the Final Adjusted Ratings Numbers
We hope you find this useful. We'll be keeping these updated on a near daily basis. If you notice any missing shows/ratings or any other errors, please let me know in the comments.
This table won't be very accurate until we have around 3-4 weeks worth of data.
18-49 Demo Ratings
By Total Demo Drop
By % Demo Drop
Top Average Demo
Full 18-49 Demo A to Z
By Total Viewer Drop
By % Viewer Drop
Top Average Viewers
Full Total Viewers A to Z
Alternative TV Ratings Scorecard 2016/17
I’ve been fascinated with TV Ratings for several years after wondering why some of my favourite TV shows were getting cancelled. So it was great that I stumbled on SpoilerTV and their detailed daily ratings, Full Tables and their excellent Cancellation/Renew Tables.
As a result I've tried to come up with my own formula/ratings to see how well a show is performing and after chatting with DarkUFO and he’s allowed me to make this a post on the site that I hope to keep updated fairly regularly, probably each Monday.
It will be interesting to see how closely this matches with the Official SpoilerTV Cancellation Chart and if it is more or less accurate.
I've tried to simplify the formula to come up with a “Score” for each broadcast show. The formula is basically calculated as follows
- The bulk of the “score” comes from the 18-49 Rating as this is where the bulk of the advertising money and hence profits for a show come from
- We also look at the total number of viewers and give shows with large numbers a better weighting
- Shows that are on Fridays get an increased weighting as these tend to have lower numbers
- Shows on the CW also get a weighting increase as it's a much smaller network than the big 4 (ABC/CBS/FOX/NBC)
- Shows which have 5 or more seasons get an increased weighting as they are likely to be in Syndication
Let’s look at some examples to show you what I mean.
Show 1 on ABC has a 18-49 rating of 2.1 and has 10 Million viewers
Show 2 on ABC has a 18-49 rating of 2.1 and has 20 Million viewers
Show 2 will have a better “score” as it has more total viewers
Show 1 on ABC has a 18-49 rating of 2.1 and has 10 Million viewers. It airs on Mondays
Show 2 on ABC has a 18-49 rating of 2.1 and has 10 Million viewers. It airs on Fridays
Show 2 will have a better “score” as it airs on Fridays
Show 1 on ABC has a 18-49 rating of 0.9 and has 3 Million viewers.
Show 2 on CW has a 18-49 rating of 0.9 and has 3 Million viewers.
Show 2 will have a better “score” as it airs on The CW
Show 1 on ABC has a 18-49 rating of 2.1 and has 10 Million viewers. This is a new show
Show 2 on ABC has a 18-49 rating of 2.1 and has 10 Million viewers. Show is in it’s 5th Season
Show 2 will have a better “score” as it been running longer
So here is the full table so far. Obviously shows with a low score are not doing very well and shows with a large score are doing very well and are more likely to be renewed.