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TNT is Number One in Cable Primetime Total Viewers, Disney On Top in Total Day Viewership, USA Wins Adults 18-49 Primetime For Week Ending July 8, 2012

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July 10th, 2012

USA beat both TNT and TBS among adults 18-49 during primetime.

TNT was the top network among total viewers during primetime, beating USA and Disney.

Disney was the top network in total day and prime-time viewing, beating Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network.

Prime-time Average Viewers (Live+SD) Week  Ending July 8, 2012:

Network (000s)
TNT 2496
USA 2323
DSNY 2127
HIST 2054
TBSC 1558
A&E 1554
FX 1539
FOXN 1473
SYFY 1255
FOOD 1189
HGTV 1157
AMC 1132
ESPN 1122
TRU 1086
ADSM 1055
LIFE 992
TLC 962
DISC 955
FAM 928
BET 916
NKJR 891
SPK 857
CMDY 725
APL 715
TVLD 703

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Prime-time Adults 18-49 (Live+SD)

Network (000s)
USA 858
TNT 837
TBSC 826
FX 801
HIST 775
A&E 680
AMC 546
FOOD 528
TRU 527
SYFY 501
CMDY 488
DISC 472
ADSM 467
BET 457
LIFE 444
VH1 439
ESPN 431
FAM 431
TLC 423
HGTV 422
SPK 414
DSNY 400
EN 367
MTV 340
BRAV 307

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Total Day Average Viewers (Live+SD)

Network (000s)
DSNY 1834
NICK 1747
TOON 1218
ADSM 1214
USA 1212
TNT 1115
HIST 1013
FOXN 996
FX 891
ESPN 858
A&E 847
NAN 783
TBSC 757
HGTV 711
FOOD 694
NKJR 663
TVLD 645
AMC 641
SYFY 607
TRU 589
DISC 583
ID 574
FAM 542
SPK 534
LIFE 531

-Nielsen TV Ratings: ©2012 The Nielsen Company. All Rights Reserved.Cable Channel Abbreviations: NICK = Nickelodeon, NAN = Nick At Nite, TOON = Cartoon Network, ADSM = Adult Swim, TRU = truTV, LIFE = Lifetime, NKJR - Nick Jr., FAM = ABC Family, TVLD = TV Land, FOXN = Fox News, TBSC = TBS, DISC = Discovery

 
  • RHONJd

    Disney fell hard, but that was expected. Hopefully, Summer Adventure Weekend does somewhat good. And it is still Number 1!

  • RHONJd

    And Disney did well considering 4 the of July, and a low rated Friday night. Also, no new shows on Sunday.

  • Nathan (NR2012)

    **This is a reply to @Disney rocks for the comment he/she posted on Sunday Cable ratings.** “@Disney Rocks Oh, you know what I meant. I didn’t literally mean nobody would watch P&F. & Calling my comment dumb or stupid, is pretty immature and hypocritical, because you’ve made dumb comments before. We don’t want to hear how disney has bla bla programs. This fighting over networks is stupid. I have my opinions, you have yours. If you can’t accept that then you shouldn’t be commenting at all. Thanks, and have a nice day.”

  • Nathan (NR2012)

    Also, why is Disney #1 when nothing they aired is on the cable top 25? Just wondering..

  • Alex S.

    Disney is unstoppable!!!

    For Disney to still come out on top after a “slow” week is really impressive!

    Nick is just falling further and further behind…

  • Kaylie

    This is amazing for Disney.

  • JJ

    How Did Disney win, nothing got on the top 25, and Spongebob, FOP, Figure It Out, and BTR beat everthing on Disney except Gravity Falls

  • disney rocks

    Because Disney had many shows in the day that helped them win. They have a stable schedule. Once Sponebob goes off, so do the viewers. Just because Nick had 3 Spongebob entries in the top 25 doesn’t mean any of their other shows in the day did any good, All Disney reruns could’ve easily beat all non-spongebob nick reruns, It’s total day, not one show

  • Nathan (NR2012)

    …”Once spongebob goes off so do the viewers”. That is false. I have MANY facts to prove that spongebob is sometimes sort of a lead in for some shows. Nickelodeon’s animation block actually doesn’t need a lead in from any show. Nickelodeon just has this thing where they dont promote ANYTHING.

  • Ralph Hahn

    Turning now to Adult programming, I reall thought that SyFy would have done better last week because of Wednesday’s “Twilight Zone” marathon. The show is timeless and adults and young adults love these episodes, and when restricted to only holidays, there’s not much of a burn-out factor. After all of these years, I still see episodes that I hadn’t seen before in my 58 years.

    Now, the return of the Spongebob debate. lol

  • Korra FTW

    Will be interesting to see how Nickelodeon’s ratings do now that DirecTV dropped Viacom, which includes Nickelodeon.

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