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CW Weekly Ratings: Week of November 10 - 14, 2014

Up week-to-week, but veteran series seeing losses

Complete Nielsen Ratings: November 10 - 16, 2014

The full Nielsen rankings and ratings from #1 to #94:

US Box Office: November 14 - 16, 2014

Top three releases combine for over $100 million

Top 100 Primetime Cable: November 10 - 16, 2014

Walkers and Football dominate the to of this week's chart

LATE NIGHT TALK SHOW RATINGS

Rolling Four Week Chart: October 20 - November 14, 2014

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Preliminary Ratings: Friday 11/22/14

CBS rebounded nicely after last week's disastrous HOLLYWOOD FILM AWARDS, as viewership and the demographic ratings rose about two and a half times more than last week. HAWAII FIVE-O was the big gainer of the night, adding over one million viewers from the last original episode, two weeks earlier, and gaining a tenth of a ratings point, in the A18-49 demo. BLUE BLOODS was the night's most watched program.

Primetime Cable Ratings: November 20, 2014

The President's speech on Thursday night sparked the ratings on FOX News Channel as all three primetime shows made the top 10 of the night. The channel was led by THE O'REILLY FACTOR (#2), grabbing 4.2 million viewers and a relatively decent 0.5 demo rating. Right behind it, in the #3 spot, was THE KELLY FILE, holding onto 3.2 million viewers. Closing out the night, HANNITY (#9) brought in 2.0 million viewers. The channel as a whole pretty much tripled up the nearest competing news channel, CNN.

Final Broadcast Ratings: November 20, 2014

ABC was the clear and dominate network on Thursday night, hauling in an average of 9.4 million viewers and a 2.9 rating in Adults 18-49. The network won two of the three hours of primetime, had three of the five most watched programs of the night and was the only network to end the night with more viewers than it did to began the night.

TV News Roundup: November 21, 2014


  • Premieres, Premieres and more Premiere dates announced
  • Trekies are in HAVEN
  • The ax swings at TBS
  • Netflix takes NBC comedy

Friday, November 21, 2014

Late Night Ratings: Oct. 20 - Nov. 14, 2014

After a slow and some what competitive October, THE TONIGHT SHOW posted its two best weeks in over a month. THE LATE SHOW and JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE had come to within a half a million viewers and just two tenths of a ratings point, in the demo, during the week of October 20th, but the margin of victory is now back to over one million viewers and 40% in the A18-49 rating.

Primetime Cable Ratings: November 19, 2014

DUCK DYNASTY is back for a seventh season, but it is not the huge hit it once was. The season premiere episodes generated just 2.6 million viewers and a 1.0 rating in Adults 18-49. In January of this year, the 5th season premiere collected 8.5 million viewers and a 3.3 demo rating. That was down about 35% from the season four opener. Season six continued the downward spiral when just 4.6 million viewers tuned into the first episode of the season, in the middle of June. So, in a little less than a year, DUCK DYNASTY has lost 5.9 million viewers and 70% of the A18-49 audience.

Ratings Review: THE BLACKLIST (Season Two)

THE BLACKLIST may be NBC's best rated, scripted program in many years, and this year is no different. It is now THE drama of the network and will help NBC recover from a decade, or more, of poor scheduling and ratings.

Preliminary Ratings: Thursday 11/20/14

ABC was the clear and dominate network on Thursday night, hauling in an average of 9.4 million viewers and a 2.9 rating in Adults 18-49. The network won two of the three hours of primetime, had three of the five most watched programs of the night and was the only network to end the night with more viewers than it did to began the night.