Monday, April 18, 2016

2007 Cable Ratings Averages: GSN Programming

This table includes every program that aired on GSN in the year 2007, along with the number of telecasts, the duration of the telecasts (in minutes), and the average age of a person who watched the show during its many telecasts. The table also includes the average number of Females 18-34, Males 18-34, Households, People 18-49, and Females 2+ who watched over the course of the year. I hope you enjoy the data, Hallmark is next!

WEDNESDAY MARCH 23, 2016 CABLE TV RATINGS

Select Ratings from Original Cable telecasts on Wednesday March 23, 2016:

ESPN's coverage of NBA BASKETBALL LA vs. GOLDEN STATE led the night on cable with 2.54 million total viewers; the NEW YORK vs. CHICAGO game was at 1.42 million. Comedy Central's BROAD CITY dropped to a series-low 569,000 viewers (down from 640K last week), and Syfy's FACE OFF ticked down to 890,000 (from 913K). THE AMERICANS, on FX, was at 933,000 for its second episode of the season (down from 1.11M), and UNDERGROUND, on WGN America, was at 895,000 (down from 989K); both were strongest in the P50+ demo, scoring 0.46 and 0.51 respectively. On Freeform, BABY DADDY fell to 436,000 viewers (from 530K), and YOUNG & HUNGRY was down to 450,000 (from 518K); in the F 12-34 demo, they were at 0.32 and 0.37. WHEELER DEALERS, on Velocity, rose to 391,000 (from 345K), PREACHERS OF ATLANTA, on Oxygen, rose to 222,000 (From 180K), but SCHITT'S CREEK, on POP, dropped slightly to 206,000 (from 238K). Among lower-rated cables, El Rey's LUCHA UNDERGROUND pulled in 163,000 viewers (from 100K), and SundanceTV's HAP AND LEONARD ticked up to 208,000 (from 197K). Finally, on Great American Country, two episodes of CELEBRITY MOTOR HOMES were at 59,000 & 51,000; down from the 2 most recent episodes on March 2, which had 72K & 60K.

Sunday, April 3, 2016

TUESDAY MARCH 22, 2016 CABLE TV RATINGS

Select Ratings from Original Cable telecasts on Tuesday March 22, 2016:

AMERICAN CRIME STORY, on FX, led the day in the 18-49's with a 1.19, and rose to 2.91 million viewers (from 2.88m); it's highest demo rating was a 1.35 in Adults 25-54. On Bravo, REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS rose to 1.83 million (from 1.7m), and on OWN, IF LOVING YOU IS WRONG dropped to 2.2 million (from 2.47m); both were strongest in Females 18-49 where it was at 1.04 and 0.86 respectively. Freeform's SHADOWHUNTERS aired for the first time without a LIARS lead-in and retained almost its entire audience from last week, down a mere 3,000 viewers, to 781,000, the show also stayed solid in Females 12-34 (0.57); STITCHERS, on the other hand, premiered its second season to 433,000 viewers, down from its Halloween episode in October (491K),  its season one finale back in August (805K), and from its series premiere last June (1.28m). OUTSIDERS, on WGN America, dropped to a season low in 18-49's (0.22), and dropped to 673,000 viewers (from 737K). MTV's AWKWARD rose to 576,000 viewers (from 517K) and stayed strong in F 12-34 (0.64); FAKING IT rose over 100K viewers, to 398,000. PRANCING ELITES PROJECT, on Oxygen, was down to 333,000 (from 364K), GANGSTERS, on Reelz, concluded with 177,000 viewers (up 20K viewers), and LEGENDARY MOTORCAR, on Velocity, rose about 60K viewers, to 270,000. Among lower-rated cables, HERE WE GO AGAIN, on TV One, finished its first season with 157,000 viewers (up from 89K), and the penultimate episode of BORN AGAIN VIRGIN rose 99K, to 168,000. Finally, Esquire's FRIDAY NIGHT TYKES ended with 266,000 viewers (up from 196K), and FRIDAY NIGHT TYKES: STEEL CITY began with 137,000.

Saturday, April 2, 2016

MONDAY MARCH 21, 2016 CABLE TV RATINGS

Select Ratings from Original Cable telecasts on Monday March 21, 2016:

On AMC, BETTER CALL SAUL rose from last week's series-low to 2.105 million viewers (from 1.99m), and was strongest in the Males 18-49 demographic (1.15). It is still far ahead of BREAKING BAD which only scored 1.407 million viewers for the sixth episode of its second season.

VH1's LOVE & HIP HOP returned after a week off, and stayed strong with 2.41 million viewers and was at 1.92 in Females 18-49 and1.82 in F 12-34. Also on VH1 was STEVIE J & JOSELINE which climbed almost 900K viewers (!) to 1.87 million, K. MICHELLE: MY LIFE which rose over 700K viewers to 1.79m, and HIT THE FLOOR which rose exactly 400K viewers to 1.32m (the three shows were at 1.43, 1.39, 1.08 respectively in F 18-49). On Freeform, THE FOSTERS gained 69K viewers, to 800,000, and RECOVERY ROAD rose 50K, to 491,000 in their penultimate episodes; both were strongest in F 12-34 (0.64 0.47 respectively). Syfy's LOST GIRL had 342,000 viewers for its series finale, down almost half from its season premiere last April (654K), and down hugely from its American premiere back in January 2012 (1.474 million). Also airing on Syfy was THE MAGICIANS which rose to 778,000 (from 712K), and BITTEN which ticked up to 339,000 (from 336K). BATES MOTEL, on A&E, was up slightly to 1.46m viewers (from 1.45m) and had a strong 0.73 in F 18-49; DAMIEN, on the other hand, lost 20K viewers, down to 515,000 (almost 1/3 of its lead-in) and had a 0.47 in F 12-34. On TBS, AMERICAN DAD dropped to 958,000 viewers (from 1.01m), but had a 0.64 in M 18-49; FULL FRONTAL WITH SAMANTHA BEE had a 0.35 in M 18-49 (& 0.23 in Females) and lost 57K viewers, to 650,000; and an ANGIE TRIBECA rerun ("Inside Man") found 536,000. Other notables include RUPAUL'S DRAG RACE, on Logo, which fell to 286,000 viewers (from 358K), FATAL ATTRACTION, on TV One, which was down to 279,000 (from 297K), and AGAINST THE ODDS, on AHC, which was even at 237,000. Finally, on Smithsonian, the season finale of MAJOR LEAGUE LEGENDS pulled 90,000 viewers (down from 113K).

2007 Cable Ratings Averages: Galavision Programming

This table includes every program that aired on Galavision in the year 2007, along with the number of telecasts, the duration of the telecasts (in minutes), and the average age of a person who watched the show during its many telecasts. The table also includes the average number of Females 18-34, Males 18-34, Households, People 18-49, and Females 2+ who watched over the course of the year. I hope you enjoy the data, GSN is next!

SUNDAY MARCH 20, 2016 CABLE TV RATINGS

Select Ratings from Original Cable telecasts on Sunday March 20, 2016:

AMC's THE WALKING DEAD led the night with 12.69 million total viewers and a 6.04 in the 18-49's (up from 12.53m), and its highest demo rating was with Adults 25-54 (6.7). TALKING DEAD rose to 5.33 million (from 5.06m), and COMIC BOOK MEN was  down to 740,000 (from 796K). Leaders for the night were Bravo's REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA and REAL HOUSEWIVES OF POTOMAC which had 3.01m and 1.7m viewers respectively up from 2.52m/1.57m), and in Females 18-49, they had high ratings of 2.19 and 1.22. On Showtime, SHAMELESS had 1.68 million viewers (from 1.6m), and BILLIONS rose 40K, to 1.13m; while the former was relatively equal in Males and Females 18-49 (0.64/0.62), the latter did much better in males (0.48/0.28). E!'s I AM CAIT continued its decent, down to 722,000 viewers (from 771K), and Hallmark's WHEN CALLS THE HEART fell to 1.8m (from 2.05m); CAIT's strongest demo was F 18-49 (0.44), while HEART's was Adults 50+ (1.31). On HBO, VINYL, and LAST WEEK TONIGHT dropped to 570,000 and 932,000 respectively (vs. 618K/962K), while GIRLS and TOGETHERNESS both rose to 535,000 and 332,000 respectively (from 479K/264K). Other shows of note include Showtime's THE CIRCUS which ticked up to 222,000 (from 219K), Oxygen's SNAPPED which was down to 458,000 (from 491K), and CMT's BROKEN SKULL CHALLENGE which rose over 100K viewers to 467,000. Among lower rated cables, AIR DISASTERS, on Smithsonian, lost 4K, to 214,000, and ALASKA AIRCRASH INVESTIGATIONS lost 23K, to 141,000. Finally, RACHEL HUNTER'S TOUR OF BEAUTY, on Ovation, found 46,000 viewers, ROUGH DRAFT WITH REZA ASLAN had 16,000, and LILY COLE'S ART MATTERS scraped together a mere 2,000.