Sunday Final Ratings: 'Harry's Law' Adjusted Up, Plus 'NASCAR Coca-Cola 600' Ratings

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May 30th, 2012

Harry's Law was adjusted up a tenth among adults 18-49 versus the preliminary Sunday broadcast ratings. The final ratings for the NASCAR Coca Cola 600 are below.

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating/Share Viewers (Millions)
7:00 FOX NASCAR (7-10PM) 2.1/9 7.41
ABC America's Funniest Home Videos - R 0.8/3 3.50
CBS 60 Minutes - R 0.7/3 6.22
NBC Dateline - R 0.6/3 3.50
8:00 NBC Harry's  Law (Series Finale) 0.7/3 5.90
ABC Duets - R 0.6/2 2.45
CBS Blue Bloods - R 0.4/1 3.59
9:00 NBC America's Got Talent - R 0.7/2 3.16
CBS The Good Wife - R 0.5/2 4.37
10:00 NBC America's Got Talent - R 1.1/3 4.34
CBS CSI: Miami -R 0.7/2 4.34
ABC Rookie Blue - R 0.6/2 2.48

Nielsen TV Ratings: ©2012 The Nielsen Company. All Rights Reserved.

  • David Howell

    Congratulations Harry’s Law – by getting the same demo as 60 Minutes with fewer total viewers, you ended your run by not being the oldest-skewing show of the night.

    An amusingly ironic end to the life of the show that taught us all the importance of 18-49.

  • Ultima

    @David Howell
    the show that taught us all the importance of 18-49

    Most of us knew beforehand and there’s many that remain willfully ignorant. Hopefully at least some people were enlightened by Harry’s Law, though!

  • maureen

    Never say never NBC. You still have a chance to get Harry’s Law back. I watched it on Global on Fridays at 7. A GREAT time to put it on. Most of the 18-49 group are out partying and those of us who actually appreciate GOOD TV are still watching, also the other networks have nothing on that time slot. We do still buy soap and shampoo etc. and cook so where is the advertiser problem??

  • M Spano

    ARE YOU KIDDING??? Harry’s Law was one of the best shows on TV……why don’t you put another ridiculous vampire show on instead!!!!!!!

  • Elisa C

    I am so sick of the good shows being canceled, forcing us to watch junk that we are not interested in. I don’t want to see who gets booted off an island first, who get proposed to first or stupid shoes such as Parks and Grimm. Stop putting this crap on TV and let the good, meaningful shows such as Harry’s Law air to let us all enjoy the $150.00 plus a month cable bill we have.

  • Claire

    One of the two best shows on tv. NBC must think with what they sit on! Is there some site to appeal another network to pick it up? N BC doesn’t deserve it!

  • Melle S

    I truly wonder where they find these ‘leaders’ (poor choice of words) at NBC. Harry’s Law was one of the finest that has come along in a while. Just look at the buzz about the cancellation. I hope another network will be able to pick it up. I am so tired of the garbage that is on TV. When you truly get a quality program, it doesn’t last. Says something about the viewing audience?? Don’t think so. It says there is no smart leadership at the helm of NBC!

  • jan shores

    I feel that Harrys Law was a good show, compared to some of the almost xrated ones with all the lurid talk etc. I will miss it a lot.

  • maggie

    Nooo one of my favourite series, this has got better as second series continued, cannot belief this is the end big mistake NBC

  • Tate

    Harry’s Law would turn into the “Murder She Wrote” of our time. But NBC was way to stupid to see that. Hope someone else picks up the show.

  • AO

    Good riddance. Lousy show with lots of ungrateful fans whining about EVERYTHING. They should have seen it was in danger in the Fall, when it was getting some of the worst 18-49 ratings on the Network. Instead they lazily sat around until it was too late and now complain about the inevitable cancelation.

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