Posts Tagged ‘20/20 ratings’
 

 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 3/15/13

A good night for Tom Selleck fans, and not much more. CBS:  BLUE BLOODS was the highest rated show of the night, up 0.3 to 1.7.  However, it’s not clear at this point how much local preemptions for basketball championsh...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 3/8/13

Golden Boy may not even be brass. CBS:  It’s hard to tell at this point if the awful 1.0 for GOLDEN BOY was a true sign of disaster or merely viewer conclusion about the show airing once on Friday and then going back to ...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 2/22/13

The last Friday of February sweeps was dull for every network. CBS:  After the failure of The Job, CBS rushed UNDERCOVER BOSS back into its 8PM slot, and although Boss outperformed the deceased show, its 1.5 was 0.4 lower tha...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 2/15/13

No one found a Week 2 bounce. FOX:  The season’s second episode of TOUCH fared even worse than last week’s season premiere, dropping 0.2 to a 0.7 that makes Fringe seem high-rated in comparison.  Touch couldn̵...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 2/8/13

A bad night for debuts. FOX:  No one showed up for the return of TOUCH, which started with a weak 1.1 in its first hour and fell to an even worse 0.9 in its second.  Unless things turn around quickly (unlikely, with Grimm on...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

THE SKED FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 2/1/13

February begins with a night that can’t even find a single 2 rating. CBS:  UNDERCOVER BOSS had one of the two 1.9s of the night, steady with its last airing.  BLUE BLOODS and CSI NY were both at 1.5, which was down slig...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 1/18/13

Fringe moves on to another universe. FOX:  After years of lousy ratings, it would have been unrealistic to expect FRINGE to suddenly grow an audience at the last minute, and it didn’t:  the two-hour finale had a 1.0, wh...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 1/4/13

You can’t go wrong with football. FOX:  Most of the major college bowl games have migrated to ESPN, but the COTTON BOWL remains on broadcast (for now), and gave FOX an easy win for the night, with a preliminary 3.1 ratin...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

THE SKED FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD: 12/14/12

The 10PM hour was taken up by news shows concerning some of the saddest of recent events. FOX:  Lacking a news division of its own (let’s pretend its affiliated cable network doesn’t exist), FOX aired its regular l...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 12/7/12

A newsmagazine took the crown on a mostly down night. NBC:  There must have been some reason why DATELINE zoomed 0.6 from last week, increasing its rating by more than 50% and topping the night with a 1.7.  Whatever it was, t...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 11/30/12

Good news for ABC’s sitcoms. ABC:  LAST MAN STANDING and MALIBU COUNTRY, newly gifted with 5-episode backorders, justified their continued life by rising to 1.6/1.5, a tick or two up from recent weeks.  A rerun SHARK TA...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 11/23/12

A low-rated night with little relevance to network regular schedules. ABC:  The only network to take a chance with regular scripted programming last night, airing new episodes of LAST MAN STANDING and MALIBU COUNTRY presumably...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 11/16/12

Suddenly those ABC sitcoms aren’t such sure things. ABC:  For the third consecutive week, LAST MAN STANDING and MALIBU COUNTRY fell, to 1.4 and 1.3 respectively.  That’s particularly worrisome for Malibu, which dr...
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THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 11/9/12

That didn’t take long. ABC:  At twin 1.6s, LAST MAN STANDING and MALIBU COUNTRY are still “hits” by Friday standards.  (Just ask NBC, which has been calling Grimm a hit for a year and a half with ratings at ...
by Mitch Salem