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RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘Biggest Loser’ Hits Debut Low, New ABC Comedies Down, ‘The Originals’ Up Strong

By | Wednesday October 16, 2013 @ 9:09am PDT

In one of the last premieres of the new season, The Biggest Loser (2.2/7) was back on NBC for Season 15 last night. The trio of trainers picked the 15 contestants for the cycle, including their first celeb, American Idol alumni Ruben Studdard. Looks like star power didn’t help. The Biggest Loser took a 27% loss from its two-hour Sunday Season 14 debut on January 6. That makes last night’s one-hour show the weight loss series’ lowest premiere ever. By the way, the debuts of Grimm, Dracula, Almost Human, Raising Hope and Enlisted are still to come this season. After Loser, NBC’s night saw mentor Cher showing Team Blake and everyone else in the vicinity exactly how being a superstar is done. Which is to say that The Voice (3.9/10) was back with a new show last night after last week’s recap. The one-hour Battles episode was up 30% over the October 8 recap (no surprise there), but it was down 13% from its two-hour October 1 original. Still, The Voice was easily the top rated show of the night while CBS’s NCIS was the most watched with 18.43 million viewers. Lit-up by the return of an original Voice lead-in Chicago Fire (2.4/7) rose 14% over last week. With a 2.8/8 rating, NBC won the night among adults 18-49 while CBS was tops in total viewers with 15.16 million watching. The rankings flipped in the second spot … Read More »

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RATINGS RAT RACE: ’2 Broke Girls’ Up, ‘Mom’ Down In New Lineup; ‘Castle’ Rebounds

By | Tuesday October 15, 2013 @ 9:17am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

UPDATE: Finals came in as expected. How I Met Your Mother, 2 Broke Girls, Sleepy Hollow and Mom were each adjusted up a tenth, while The Blacklist was adjusted down two tenths. The Voice held.

PREVIOUS: CBS’ tweaked Monday lineup posted a small improvement — up a tenth (5%) in adults 18-49 to a 1.9 rating and 12% in total viewers to 7 million — largely because of the replacement of underperforming We Are Men with a The Big Bang Theory return. The impact on the rest of CBS’ Monday series was mixed. 2 Broke Girls (2.5) improved by moving to 8:30 PM behind How I Met Your Mother (3.0, up a tenth from last week’s fast national). 2 Broke Girls was up 14% from its series-low fast national last Monday when it aired at 9 PM, following We Are Men (and on Men’s 1.8 rating). But freshman Mom (1.9) slipped 10% with Big Bang instead of 2 Broke Girls as a lead-in (the size of the lead-in was the same, 2.2). At 10 PM, Hostages (1.2) has stabilized (found bottom?) after two double-digit declines, flat in adults 18-49 and total viewers. The serialized drama posted a strong 65% Live+7 gain for its premiere but even with 7 days of DVR viewing included, it was the lowest-rated CBS program on Monday night. NBC’s The Voice (4.5) and The Blacklist (3.2) currently match their fast nationals from last week. The network’s ratings are slightly inflated by a local NFL pre-emption in Indianapolis. Since The Voice regularly gets adjusted up in the finals, it may be able to hold onto the 4.5 rating but The Blacklist will likely be adjusted down by as many as two tenths because of the pre-emption and a minute of Voice overrun. (The James Spader drama was adjusted down a tenth the last two weeks.). Regardless, The Voice and The Blacklist will rank as the the two highest-rated programs of the night in 18-49, bagging another Monday demo victory for NBC, which also won in total viewers, edging ABC. Read More »

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RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Ticks Up, ‘Supernatural’ Returns Higher

By | Wednesday October 9, 2013 @ 9:53am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

We may be reaching the bottom of the traditional post-premiere decline for new series. Last night, Fox‘s Brooklyn Nine-Nine became the first new series this fall to post week-to-week gains with a 1.5 in adults 18-49, up 7%. The entire Fox comedy block was up 7% vs. last Tuesday, paced by New Girl (2.1), with freshman Dads (1.3) flat and The Mindy Project (1.4) down 7%. Since Fox’s Tuesday lineup is ahead by a week (it launched on September 17), it is plausible that the gains are a sign of the ratings bottoming out that occurs around Week 3-4 of the season. Or it was just an uptick due to lesser competition from NBC’s The Voice, which aired a recap show (2.9) vs. an original.

Can someone blame the CW for moving away from female dramas to boy/genre shows? After those underwhelming 0.4 in 18-49, 1 million viewers and 0.3; 860,000 viewers for Hart Of Dixie and Beauty And The Beast on Monday, the network got cooking with veteran Supernatural last night. In its ninth (!) season premiere, the sci-fi drama logged 2.53 million viewers and a 1.2 in 18-49 for the series’ highest-rated and most watched premiere since 2010. Versus last season’s opener, Supernatural was up 37% in total viewers, up 25% in A18-34 (1.0/3) and up … Read More »

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The Big Story Of Premiere Week So Far: NBC

ABC’s gloppiest-named new series, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. may be the hottest launch of the three-day-old broadcast TV season, but The Big Story so far in Premiere Week ?


NBC is up with every single one of its series on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday nights compared to Premiere Week 2012. The network has won seven of nine hours in the demo among broadcasters. In total viewers, it’s won six of the week’s first nine primetime hours and has moved from third place to first — making those Comcast guys look pretty clever for having re-upped NBC programming chief Bob Greenblatt’s contract without waiting for Premiere Week numbers.

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RATINGS RAT RACE: Strong Premiere For ABC’s ‘Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’, ‘Lucky 7′ Flops, NBC’s ‘Chicago Fire’ Hits Highs

By | Wednesday September 25, 2013 @ 9:00am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Nine years after Lost, another ABC drama series got off to a big start at 8 PM. The network’s heavily promoted Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. drew 11.9 million live viewers and a 4.6 rating in adults 18-49 in its debut last night. It was television’s highest-rated premiere in 18-49 in nearly 4 years, since November 3, 2009. The rest of ABC’s all-new Tuesday lineup couldn’t keep up. The most promising newcomer was comedy The Goldbergs, which opened with a 3.2/9 immediately following S.H.I.E.L.D. The premiere of fellow new comedy Trophy Wife slipped to 2.3/6 while new drama Lucky 7 (1.3/4) was dead on arrival as the lowest rated fall drama premiere in ABC history.

NBC’s The Voice continues to impress. After winning an Emmy on Sunday and returning higher on Monday, the singing competition managed to stay up year-vs-year even last night airing against S.H.I.E.L.D. and the season premiere of CBS’ NCIS. The Voice (4.6 in 18-49) tied S.H.I.E.L.D. as the highest-rated program of the night in the demo, up 15% from last fall’s Tuesday debut (down 10% from Monday). It boosted new lead-out Chicago Fire (2.8, 9.2 million), which posted series high in 18-49 and total viewers, up 47% in the demo from last fall’s series premiere on Wednesday behind SVU and up 27% from the one time last fall it aired after The Voice. For the first time in eight years, NBC won Tuesday night of premiere week in 18-49, ranking as No. 1 in the demo in every hour of primetime. Read More »

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RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘Blacklist’ Debuts Strong, ‘Hostages’ OK, ‘The Voice’ Returns Up, ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Solid Retention

By | Tuesday September 24, 2013 @ 8:22am PDT

Fox and ABC already launched some of their shows last week, but the 2013-14 fall season formally kicked off last night with a fully loaded schedule from all of The Big 4. In a night of all originals with the return of heavyweights like The Voice and heavily hyped series premieres such as Hostages and The Blacklist, NBC won Monday in both adults 18-49 (with a 4.6/12) and viewers (with 13.982 million watching). CBS was second in the demo with a 2.7/7 rating, while ABC was No. 2 in viewership with 12.737 million.

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The real battle royale on the first night of the new season was at 10 PM. The head-to-head new debuts saw a thriller vs. a terror era procedural with CBS’ Hostages (1.8/5) and NBC’s The Blacklist (3.8/10) facing off. The first round easily went to James Spader’s showcase post-Office return to NBC over the weak result of the Jerry Bruckheimer limited series on CBS. However, with a strong lead-in from the two-hour Season 5 debut of The Voice (4.9/13), Blacklist didn’t make the fast nationals of last year’s 4.1/11 premiere of Revolution — the biggest drama opening in the last 3 years and the best NBC has done in 5. Granted, Revolution had a lot less competition for its September 17, 2012 debut. Still, despite a performance better than its last two premieres, a name star and waves of promotion for The Voice (4.9/13), the fact that The Blacklist wasn’t on par with Revolution should be a source of concern for NBC over the long term.

Having gotten a good summer out of the cable model with Under The Dome, CBS looks to have come up short with its new 15-episode limited series Hostages, about a surgeon whose family is taken captive by a rogue FBI agent just before she is about to operate on the President. CBS’ only new drama this fall fell short of the preliminary rating debuts of both the 3.1/9 of Elementary on September 27, 2012 (down 42%) and the 2.5/7 of now-cancelled Vegas (down 28%) on September 25, 2012. Read More »

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Primetime Emmys 2013: Reality Check – ‘The Voice’ Knocks Off ‘The Amazing Race’

By | Sunday September 22, 2013 @ 7:55pm PDT

For the first time since the creation of the best reality-competition category, a singing competition won the Emmy tonight. The Voice — aka, the singing competition NBC bought when it lost the bidding war to get Simon Cowell’s The X Factor — became only the second non-The Amazing Race series to win this category. CBS’ Amazing Race has won this derby nine times. “We’re back on Monday. Keep us No. 1,” exec producer Mark Burnett plugged onstage, thanking NBC for “for taking a risk” when it bought the overseas format. “The Voice is like producing an awards show on the fly with massive pyrotechnics and massive effects,” Burnett said backstage. He scoffed at any comparisons to Fox’s once-ratings-dominant singing competition, American Idol. “This is a very different show. It’s a kind show. There’s no humiliation in The Voice. People said these kinds of shows couldn’t work without humiliation, and that’s not true.” Burnett said he never felt any real comparison to Idol was genuine.

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‘The Voice’ Adds Cher, Ryan Tedder, Ed Sheeran, Miguel

By | Monday September 9, 2013 @ 9:52am PDT

Fox’s The X Factor has declared this The Season Of The Contestant (after having little luck when it focused on its revolving door of judges). NBC’s The Voice, which has been thumping X Factor in the ratings, announced today, meanwhile, that Cher, Ed Sheeran, Ryan Tedder and Miguel have joined the show as this season’s “advisers.” Cher will work with coach Blake Shelton; Sheeran with Christina Aguilera, Tedder with Adam Levine, and Miguel with CeeLo Green. “This group of wildly successful musicians will add their distinctive talents to their respective teams,” NBC’s alternative programming president Paul Telegdy said Monday. “I know Christina, Adam, CeeLo and Blake are very much looking forward to having them come aboard.”

For the uninitiated: Sheeran’s debut album + was certified 2x-platinum in the U.S. and the album’s single “The A Team” was nominated for Song of the Year at the most recent Grammys. Tedder is founder of OneRepublic and producer of artists such as Adele, Beyonce, Leona Lewis, Maroon 5 and Carrie Underwood. Miguel’s sophomore release, Kaleidoscope Dream, featured his third U.S. #1 hit single “Adorn”, which garnered his first Grammy for best R&B song and resided at the #1 spot on the R&B/Hip-Hip Airplay chart for more than 23 weeks. In April, Miguel was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live and was also included as one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People. And Cher is, well Cher. Read More »

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‘The Voice’s Adam Levine & Writer Gene Hong Sell Autobiographical Comedy To NBC

By | Monday August 26, 2013 @ 11:49am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

EXCLUSIVE: The Voice coach Adam Levine continues his producing efforts with a single-camera comedy in development at NBC. The project, from Universal TV and Levine’s 222 Prods, is based on the real-life relationship between the Maroon 5 frontman and late-bloomer writer-producer Gene Hong (Community), who have been best friends and roommates since before they found success. Hong will write the pilot and executive produce with Levine, along with Levine’s childhood friend and longtime manager/producing partner Jordan Feldstein of 222 Prods. The project, whose development team includes Josh Gummersall, stems from the first-look deal Levine inked with NBC Entertainment in May. Feldstein is the brother of Jonah Hill, on whose Fox animated series, Allen Gregory, Hong worked before joining Community. Read More »

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TCA: ‘The Voice’ Not A Search For Singing Star, Say Celebrity Judges

By | Saturday July 27, 2013 @ 6:43pm PDT

The point of NBC’s singing competition series The Voice is not to find a recording star, the show’s celebrity judges and host Carson Daly said, by way of dismissing a TV critic’s observation that the hit show had yet to turn one out. Things got tense during The Voice Q&A session at TCA Summer TV Press Tour 2013 when the celebrity judges and Daly seemed to take issue with having to take questions from TV critics in the room. When one critic asked about the show’s practice of bringing in ringers, Adam Levine called that critic a “shit stirrer.” Another critic wondered whether Levine could not be spontaneous on the show after last season saying “I hate this country” on national TV when two of his singers got the hook, and he had to issue a statement saying “I obviously love my country very much.”

“I think people can see through stupid media hype,” he shot back, adding later, “No offense.” Read More »

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Fox Reality TV Guru Mike Darnell Moving To Warner Bros. TV

By | Thursday July 18, 2013 @ 12:20pm PDT

Fox network’s reality-TV bad boy Mike Darnell is moving to Warner Bros TV, to create new content and oversee the studio’s interests in NBC’s singing competition hit where The Voice,  ABC’s The Bachelor and Bachelorette, Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New York, TMZ , and The Ellen DeGeneres Show, among other franchises. As president of Warner Bros. Unscripted and Alternative Television, which he assumes on Aug. 12, Mike will oversee first-run syndicated series produced by Telepictures, and primetime TV programing produced by Warner Horizon Unscripted TV, and will serve as the studio’s creative point person in its relationship with Shed Media U.S.

Last May, it was announced that, after 18 years, the guy who brought us Alien Autopsy, the Rick Rockwell/Darva Conger insta-marriage train wreck Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire, and the slice-and-dice-a-chick series The Swan, as well as Idol, had stepped down as president of “alternative entertainment” at the Fox broadcast network. Darnell announced his departure as the network is looking to shore up its aged singing competition Idol, and its Idol – Lite singing show, The X Factor. Shoring up sliding shows is not what Mike best enjoys doing. In addition to overseeing the company’s interest in the Mark Burnett exec-produced The Voice, the Mike-Fleiss exec produced Bachelor franchise; Extra, Lisa Kudrow’s Who Do You Think You Are?, The Real Housewives of New York City, Hollywood Exes, and other programs, Mike will come … Read More »

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RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘The Voice’ Finale On Par With Last Spring Against Big NBA Game

By | Wednesday June 19, 2013 @ 8:13am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

UPDATED: It was great news all around for ABC last night. First, the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs staged an overtime thriller that scored a 14.7 overnight rating, up 29% from Game 5, the second-highest-rated NBA Finals Game 6 ever on ABC behind the 2011 Heat-Mavericks decider and the fourth-highest-rated game ever on the network. Secondly, Miami prevailed, forcing a Game 7.

The Heat-Spurs heroics likely affected the finale of NBC’s The Voice, which faced the big game in some parts of the country — the first time the singing competition has gone against a major sporting event for its finale. Still, The Voice from 9-11 PM managed a 4.3/12 in adults 18-49, even with the fast national for its previous spring cycle which concluded in early May last year. (It currently runs 0.1 behind last May’s national but will likely be adjusted up later today too.) Compared with the most recent fall cycle, The Voice finale was down 12%. In total viewers, with 15.3 million tuning in, this was the most-watched Voice finale ever. At 8 PM, America’s Got Talent (2.9/9) was down by a tenth from last week.

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Ratings Rat Race: ‘The Voice’ Rises, ‘Winner Is’ Ticks Up; ‘Bachelorette’, ‘Mistresses’ Slip

By | Tuesday June 18, 2013 @ 9:27am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

UPDATE PM: As expected, The Voice went up in the finals, to a 3.7 in 18-49. The Winner was adjusted down to a 1.9.

PREVIOUS: Last night’s performance finale of The Voice drew a 3.5/10 among adults 18-49 and 12.3 million viewers overall to secure another No. 1 Monday finish for NBC. Compared with last week’s fast national, the show rose 9% in 18-49 (6% from the final as the show is often adjusted up). But versus last season’s penultimate episode, The Voice was down 9%. The Voice also lifted its lead-out, new game show/singing competition The Winner Is (2.0/6), which was up a tenth from last week’s fast national (0.2 from the final, but it may be adjusted down again later today.) Read More »

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EMMYS: Reality-Competition Overview

By | Wednesday June 12, 2013 @ 7:58pm PDT

Andy Patrick is an AwardsLine contributor.

Considering that upstart docureality series like Duck Dynasty and Here Comes Honey Boo Boo are dominating ratings and pop culture, reality-competition series have largely been overshadowed. NBC’s buzzy singing contest The Voice last year injected some fresh blood into the Emmy reality-competition field, which had mostly been filled by the same shows for the past decade. In fact, CBS’ The Amazing Race has snagged the Emmy every year but one since the category’s inception in 2003. However, The Voice is coming in strong in ratings and challenging Amazing Race’s hold on the title. So while you contemplate whether the reality-competition category is primed for a shakeup this year, here’s our assessment of the competitors. Read More »

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RATINGS RAT RACE: NBA Finals Game 3 Down, ‘The Voice’ Hits All-Time Low, ‘America’s Got Talent’ Steady

Between basketball and the reality shows there was a lot of competition on TV on Tuesday — literally and figuratively. With 11.95 million watching, the San Antonio Spurs thrashed the Miami Heat 113-77 last night in Game 3 of the NBA Finals with the third-largest margin of victory in Finals history. But ABC still took a tumble: Tuesday’s 9-11:45 PM ET game posted a 10.0 overnight rating, down from the 10.4 result of last year’s Game 3, when the Heat beat the Oklahoma City Thunder on June 17. Meanwhile, the live one-hour semifinal results show of NBC’s The Voice (2.7/9) also wobbled last night, falling 13% from its June 4 episode to hit an all-time low for the show excluding recaps.

Last night’s Heat-Spurs game hit a 37.5 local market rating in San Antonio, marking the best local rating of the 2013 NBA Finals so far; the game drew a 28.4 in the Miami market. The series is averaging a 10.3 overnight rating so far, down from the 11.3 last year’s series had at this point. In primetime fast nationals, the NBA Finals Game 3 (4.9/14) was down 14% from last year’s Game 3 between the Heat and Thunder. Typical of live events, expect adjustments in the final numbers later today. The Spurs lead the series 2-1, with the next game Thursday.

Before the game, ABC aired Jimmy Kimmel Live Game Night (2.4/8) and NBA Countdown (2.3/7). In fast nationals, the former was up 26% against the comparable night last year while the latter was down 12%. In overnight ratings, though, Countdown was up 46% from the comparable night during last year’s Finals with a 3.8 vs. 2012’s 2.6. ABC won the night in adults 18-49, with NBC tops in viewers.  Read More »

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RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘The Winner Is’ Debuts Solid, ‘Bachelorette’ Ties Low, ‘Mistresses’ & ‘Oh Sit!’ Up, ‘Goodwin Games’ Down

By | Tuesday June 11, 2013 @ 8:52am PDT

Another week in the summer season and another reality show makes its debut. Last night it was NBC’s The Winner Is (1.9/6). Created by The Voice co-producers Talpa Media USA, the short-run series hosted by Nick Lachey is a mix of a game show and singing competition series with contestants vying for cash prizes or a verdict from the experts panel. On the ninth-show finale a $1 million grand prize will be up for grabs. The second-most-watched and second-highest-rated show Monday, The Winner Is was up 12% in adults 18-49 from NBC’s premiere of the Mark Burnett-produced Stars Earn Stripes on August 13 last year and down a tenth from the season finale of previous slot occupant Revolution last week. The top summer debut so far on any network, The Winner Is runs for one more Monday before moving to Thursdays on July 11.

A two-hour live performance edition of The Voice (3.2/10) served as The Winner Is‘ undoubtedly helpful lead-in. The night’s most-watched show with 11.54 million viewers, Voice dipped 3% from last week, tying a performance show low as the final five contestants of this season sang two tunes each heading into tonight’s results. As is typical with live shows, though, expect an adjustment in the final numbers later today. With 9.89 million watching, NBC won the night in total viewers and adults 18-49. Read More »

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Produced By Conference: Mark Burnett On ‘Bible’ Follow Up, Feature Version Of History Series Finished Editing

By | Sunday June 9, 2013 @ 3:30pm PDT

Mark Burnett is cooking up a sequel of a sort to The Bible series, but he’s keeping details of his next faith-based project to himself. “A lot of things have come our way since the Bible, that’s how the business works. Roma [Downey] and I will do a follow up to The Bible, no question to that, something big,” said Burnett today at the Produced By conference. No word if this next project on Christianity would be on the History Channel as The Bible was. The producer however did reveal that he has just finished editing a 2 hour and 15 minute feature version of the successful series focusing on the life of Jesus. He is now looking to sell it. “Just on the scripted side, I could spend the next 10 years just distributing the Bible series and the movie. I believe that in the next 15 years more people on the planet will have seen our Bible series that haven’t seen it,” added Burnett of the project he and wife Roma Downey produced with Hearst Entertainment & Syndication. Read More »

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RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘America’s Got Talent’ Hits Premiere Low, ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Down, ‘Voice’ Falls To New Low

By | Wednesday June 5, 2013 @ 8:49am PDT

It was reality Tuesday on TV last night where everything original was unscripted. Back on Tuesdays after debuting on a Monday last season, America’s Got Talent (3.1/9) returned at 9 PM for an eighth season on NBC. Featuring auditions from all over the country, the two-hour show had levitation, a 10-year old with the voice of a blues veteran, snake handling, a booty dance and new judges Mel B and Heidi Klum debuting with Howard Stern and Howie Mandel. However, with all that and with The Voice as its lead-in for the first time, AGT was still down 16% among Adults 18-49 from last year’s Season 7 premiere on May 14, 2012. While AGT was the most watched and highest rated show of the night, Tuesday’s Season 8 debut was an all time premiere low for the show. Last night’s result was a tenth behind the previous low of the 3.2 that the show’s Season 4 debut garnered on June 23, 2009. Tuesday’s AGT did see a small rise in total viewership from last season’s debut, up 6% with 11.102 million watching. Back to an hour, The Voice (3.0/11) saw Team Blake lose a member as the contestants were trimmed down to five heading into the semi-finals. The 8 PM show slipped 6% from its live original at 9 PM last week to hit a Tuesday results … Read More »

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RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘Revolution’ Rises In Finale, ‘Mistresses’ Debuts Soft, ‘The Voice’ Even, ‘Bachelorette’ Hits Low

By | Tuesday June 4, 2013 @ 9:03am PDT

The revolution was televised after all — or at least the first season of it. With blood, guts, power and a true blast of a cliffhanger, NBC’s Revolution (2.0/5) wrapped its freshman cycle last night with a 5% bump over last week. Despite a big break over the winter, the JJ Abrams-produced post-apocalyptic drama was the second-highest-rated new show of the 2012-2013 season after Fox’s The Following in the adults 18-49 demo. Not counting last night’s finale, the show’s most current season averages are a 4.2/11 rating with 10.9 million viewers overall. It helped NBC win Monday in total viewers and the demo.

On ABC and also at 10 PM,Mistresses (1.2/3) began its summer run after being pushed back from its scheduled May 27 debut. The steamy soap starring Alyssa Milano, Yunjin Kim, Rochelle Aytes and Jes Macallan was watched by just 4.42 million viewers and was the lowest scripted debut for ABC in almost two years — since the one-season Combat Hospital premiered on June 21, 2011. Read More »

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