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Ratings News - 8th June 2015

8 Jun 2015

  • Last Week's Final Adjusted Ratings

  • Early Ratings Analysis by Marc Berman (TVMediaInsights)
    The analysis below is based on the early household numbers and are NOT the same as the numbers that will be posted in the above table later. (See the About section below)

    NOTE: The opinions expressed here are NOT those of SpoilerTV but of the Author of this Article, Marc Berman.

    Sunday 6/07/15 Metered Markets

    ABC 10.1/18
    CBS 5.4/ 9
    NBC 2.7/ 5
    Fox 1.0/ 2

    Percent Change from the Year-Ago Oscar Evening – Sunday 6/08/14:
    ABC: +22, CBS: – 7, NBC: -25, Fox: -33


    Note: The following labels are based on the household overnights and are subject to change given the availability of other pending data streams. The overnights are your first look at what to potentially expect when the other results come in. And we always take into account other benchmarks including the expected demographic ratings, potential DVR usage, the critical acclaim (or lack of) and the social media presence. Keep in mind, as always, that results for any live sporting event are always approximate.

    NBA Finals, Game 2 (ABC)

    -Losers (excluding repeats):
    “A.D.: The Bible Continues” (NBC), “Golan the Insatiable” (Fox), “American Odyssey” (NBC)


    Ratings Breakdown:
    ABC ruled Sunday care of game two of The NBA Finals (Cleveland Cavaliers 95, Golden State Warriors 93), which scored an estimated 12.8 rating/22 share in the 8-11 p.m. block. Results for any live sporting event, of course, are estimated. Comparably, this was right on par with the 12.9/23 for game one on Thursday, and that translated into 17.77 million viewers and a 6.9 rating/25 share in adults 18-49 (based on the Live + Same Day data). ABC, no doubt, will score a hefty victory for the week.

    Earlier in the evening on ABC, and also approximate of course, was another half-hour edition of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (#3: 2.8/ 5) and The NBA Countdown (#2: 3.5/ 7) from 7-8 p.m.

    CBS was also live last night, and approximate as well, care of “The 69th Annual Tony Awards.” The traditionally older skewing 8-11 p.m. telecast averaged a 5.1/ 8 in the household overnights, which was nine percent below the 5.6/ 9 on the year ago evening. That 5.6 rating in the overnights resulted in 7.3 million viewers and a 1.2 rating/4 share among adults 18-49. For a complete listing of the winners, click on the following:

    Elsewhere, two episodes of “Dateline” on NBC (7 p.m.: #3: 3.1/ 6; 8 p.m.: #3: 3.6/ 6) led into two more low-rated original installments of “A.D. The Bible Continues” (#3: 2.6/ 4) and “American Odyssey” (#3: 1.7/ 3) from 9-11 p.m. And Fox populated the night with encore telecasts of “Bob’s Burgers” (#5: avg. 0.8/ 2 from 7-8 p.m.), “The Simpsons” (#4: 1.2/ 2), “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (#4: 1.0/ 2), “Family Guy” (#4: 1.2/ 2) from 7-9:30 p.m. and episode three of animated “Golan the Insatiable” (#4: 0.8/ 1) at 9:30 p.m.

    Source: Nielsen Media Research

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  1. ABC promoted The Whispers, Blood & Oil, Battlebots, The Muppets & Quantico (looked really good)

  2. The fall season needs to come fast!

  3. I'm so happy the network continues to promote The Whispers.

  4. FOX actually has a 1 share for an original episode on schedule. Wow.

  5. I caught the promos last night, and so far for ABC, I haven't been that impressed.

    None of them makes me want to watch the show live, which after all is the purpose of a promo.

  6. Have episode orders been announced for Brooklyn 9-9, The Last Man On Earth, and Bordertown?

  7. Bordertown - 13 Episodes. The others have not been announced yet.

  8. LOL Tony awards

  9. Thanks. I'm assuming LMOE will get the short season treatment, but who knows.

  10. Golan lost to everything but Odyssey. That's including 7pm Bob's Burgers reruns and Dateline

  11. Those NBC numbers! #Facepalm!

  12. Tony Awards LOL

  13. The Tony Awards never was a mainstream attraction, so the ratings aren't surprising.

    I'm wondering how long CBS will continue to broadcast it. It seems like something that should air on Bravo.

  14. The curse of football. NBC does well on Sundays in the fall, and then they have a big question mark.

    Next year, they really should just stick with Celebrity Apprentice/The Biggest Loser on Sundays and call it a night. Scripted is never going to work as the audience is not trained to watch it on that night.

  15. Any new scenes from Blood and Oil or Quantico?

  16. Honestly I would agree but I think the combination of AD and Odyssey was doomed from the begginig. No appeal at all and a terrible combination

  17. I watch for the staged numbers from the musicals. They are usually well done. This year I really liked the bits from "Something Rotten," and "On the Town." But it didn't help that overall this year's show was pretty bad. The In Memoriam segment didn't work at all, and every time they went to commercial it was "you're watching on CBS." Pretty lame.


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