|Scoreboard for Mon. April 21, 2008|
|Total Viewers (million)||13.15||11.46||9.86||8.34||2.63|
|Rating/Share: Adults 18-49||3.5/9||4.0/10||2.8/7||2.6/7||1.3/3|
Some things are easily predictable and at this point predicting that ABC will win the most viewers on a Monday and that CBS will win the 18-49 year old age demographic and be followed by NBC, FOX and The CW is one of them.
was again the most watched show on a Monday night (17.82 million), but CBS has that youthful Monday spring in its step. The most notable thing to me of the night was not DWTS (or ) but rather how totally destroyed Samantha Who? in the 18-49 demographic. It was a ! The shows had about the same amount of viewers (10.13 million for Samantha, 10.6 million for Rules) but Rules had a 4.1/10 in the 18-49 demographic where Samantha could muster but a 2.9/7.
Other things that stick out to me. If the there is a lower HUT (household universe of television - jargon for the number of homes with televisions turned on and watching tv) at 8pm due to Daylight Savings Time why does FOX run the new episode ofat 8pm and a repeat of House at 9pm?
Why not switch that around. As it is, the repeat of House did about as well as the new. That seems dumb to me and I'd switch it up. I understand the fear around "changing things around", but in this day in age, people can find the shows they want to watch. It seems like would've gotten more juice at 9pm. But, alas, I'm an unemployed blogger not a network executive.
As for will be no Internet streaming. We can conclude that little stunt accomplished, well, absolutely nothing. Meanwhile, with total lack of promotion and abundant Internet streaming reeled in 2.82 million or almost 16% more viewers than . Update: I did not give or the CW enough credit with regard to improvements in the 18-49 demo, which did improve over the pre-strike average. More here.the only nice thing I can say about it was I found the title of last night's episode, "The Blair Bitch Project" at least mildly amusing. Only 2.44 million tuned in, even though there
See Monday Night's full details:
|Time||Network||Show||Viewers (Millons)||18-49 Rating/Share||HH Rating|
|NBC||Deal or No Deal (8p-10p)||10.02||2.6/7||6.2|
|10:00||ABC||: London Calling||7.66||2.7/7||4.7|
Nielsen Ratings Source: Nielsen Media Research. Full night's results available via Marc Berman/Mediaweek.
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