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CW Weekly Ratings: July 20 - 24, 2015

THE MESSENGERS close out its series run, near bottom of the CW chart

Complete Neisen Ratings: July 13 - 19, 2015

The full Nielsen rankings and ratings from #1 to #88

US Box Office: July 24 - 26, 2015

PIXELS falls short of dethroning ANT-MAN

Top 100 Primetime Cable: July 13 - 19, 2015

MLB All-Star Festivities top the weekly chart

Series Ratings Reviews

A look at each series ratings from the 2014-15 TV season

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Ratings Review: LAW & ORDER: SVU (Season 16)

After 16 seasons, LAW & ORDER: SVU still has some POP in its ratings. It may dip low, from time-to-time, but give the viewers a multi-series crossover event, and the fans come out to support the series.

Ratings Review: NCIS: NEW ORLEANS (Season One)

It took a couple of ties, but NCIS did finally get its second spin-off series on the air. NCIS: NEW ORLEANS was a hit, right out of the gate, thanks to having the Mothership as its lead in. Its retention levels are on par with how NCIS: LA did, when it occupied the time slot. We should see many season of Scott Bakula solving crime in New Orleans.

Preliminary Broadcast Ratings: Tuesday 07/28/15

It is another Tuesday night win for NBC, as the one-two combo of AMERICA'S GOT TALENT and HOLLYWOOD GAME NIGHT easily sweep the ratings. AGT did show some losses, week-to-week, including two tenths of a points in the A18-49 demographic. HGN was near even from last week's numbers.

Complete Nielsen Ratings: July 20 - 27, 2015

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

It was a relatively quite, normal summer week, in the TV ratings. CBS and NBC split the leadership, with CBS excelling in total viewers and households, while NBC tops the young demographic ratings. ABC drops from a first place showing last week, to a third place finish this week, while FOX continues to hold on to that distant fourth place spot.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

CW Weekly Ratings: July 20 - 24, 2015

The summer series THE MESSENGERS closed out its season run, pulling in the second worst ratings of the week, for The CW. The Friday night drama tied DATES in the A18-34 rating with just a 0.1 rating, but managed to top the dating series in the other demos and in total viewers.

PENN & TELLER: FOOL US was, again, the network's top program, but lost about 10% over the previous week's numbers.

Primetime Cable Ratings: July 27, 2015


Rank Show Net Time Viewers* A18-49
1 Major Crimes TNT 9:00 PM 4.39 0.6
2 WWE Raw USA 10:00 PM 3.84 1.3
3 WWE Raw USA 9:00 PM 3.75 1.3
4 WWE Raw USA 8:00 PM 3.42 1.1
5 Love & Hip Hop/ATL VH1 8:00 PM 2.95 1.5
6 The O'Reilly Factor FOXN 8:00 PM 2.83 0.2
7 Street Outlaws DISC 9:00 PM 2.60 1.1
8 The Kelly File FOXN 9:00 PM 2.36 0.2
9 Murder In The First TNT 10:00 PM 2.19 0.3
10 LHH ATL After Party VH1 9:00 PM 2.01 1.0
11 HANNITY FOXN 10:00 PM 1.83 0.2
12 Tiny House, Big Living HGTV 9:30 PM 1.70 0.5
13 House Hunters HGTV 10:00 PM 1.67 0.4
14 Farmhouse Life HGTV 8:30 PM 1.58 0.3
15 Tiny House, Big Living HGTV 9:00 PM 1.57 0.4
* - in millions

Final Broadcast Ratings: July 27, 2015

The season finale of THE BACHELORETTE was dominate program, on Monday night, as the dating series collected a season best 8.0 million viewers and a solid mid to high twos in each of the three demographic ratings. Compared to last summer's finale, THE BACHELORETTE was flat in total viewership, but jumped 25% in the A18-49 demographic. The AFTER THE ROSE special held strong, keeping near 95% of its lead in audiences. It saw viewership fall, but the demo numbers increased.

Final Broadcast Ratings: July 26, 2015

CBS and ABC split a very low rated night that saw the most watched network fall below 5.5 million viewers and the top A18-49 no better than a 2.0 rating. Only three programs, two on ABC and one on CBS, managed to cleat above a 1.0 in the A18-49 ratings, with CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD doing the best at a 2.0. BIG BROTHER is a close second, with a 1.8 rating.