Monday Final Ratings: 'The Voice' Adjusted Up + Unscrambled CBS Ratings

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September 11th, 2012

The Voice was adjusted up a tenth among adults 18-49 versus Monday's preliminary ratings.

Final Monday broadcast primetime ratings for Monday, September 10, 2012

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating 18-49 Share Viewers Live+SD (million)
8:00PM NBC The Voice (8-10PM) 4.2 11 12.28
FOX Hell's Kitchen 2.5 7 6.27
ABC Bachelor Pad (8-10PM) 1.3 3 4.52
CBS US Open Overrun 0.9 4 3.55
CW The LA Complex 0.3 1 0.63
9:00PM FOX MasterChef 2.6 6 6.52
CW America's Next Top Model -R 0.2 1 0.58
9:30PM CBS How I Met your Mother-R 0.8 2 2.63
10:00PM NBC The New Normal -P 2.5 6 6.88
CBS CBS Fall Preview 0.9 2 3.53
ABC Castle -R 0.7 2 4.13
10:30 PM NBC Go On -R 1.8 5 4.90
CBS 2 Broke Girls -R 0.8 2 3.14

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

  • Memphis Bandit

    The tennis was the best thing on TV Monday.

    Anyone who didn’t watch missed out.

  • Aces N 8s

    This is some real stuff right here:

  • Oliver

    TNN is not ‘doing well’.

    2.5 is not strong for a lead-in boosted premiere, and shows typically drop significantly compared to their pilots.

    The positive spin is that it’s not DOA and it will likely benefit from the Go On lead-in.

  • Darcy

    Honestly, these numbers mean nothing. How many have already seen Go On and The New Normal? Well 16 million have seen Go On already. I think tonight’s are the real numbers that will indicate how the rest of the season might play out.

  • Justin121

    I wish we could have the NBC R/C index out already.

    Revolution >>> Fail

    New Normal >>> Fail

    Wednesday >>> Fail

    Thursday >>> Fail

    Friday >>> Fail

    Parenthood, Grimm, and Go On are the only “successes” on NBC, in addition to The Voice.

  • Fed

    Andy Murray’s five-set victory over Novak Djokovic in the U.S. Open final was watched by more than 16 million on TV, an increase from last year’s 11.8 million and the highest total since 2007.

    CBS Sports says 16.2 million viewers caught all or part of Murray’s 7-6 (10), 7-5, 2-6, 3-6, 6-2 win. It was an increase of 4.4 million from Djokovic’s victory against Rafael Nadal in the 2011 final and 10.3 million more than Nadal’s victory over Djokovic two years ago, according to Nielsen numbers provided by the network.

    The men’s final was originally scheduled for Sunday but it was pushed back a day due to rain.

    CBS Sports also said Tuesday that Serena Williams’ three-set win against Victoria Azarenka on Sunday had 17.7 million viewers, the highest total for the women’s final since 20.1 million for Serena’s victory against sister Venus in 2002.

  • Billy

    Be interesting to see if The Voice keeps up its ratings next week.

  • bob

    I watched the New Normal last night (tuesday) and was bored to tears. Sorry but it was awful. I am thinking Partners on CBS will be much better. Why can’t NBC clone CBS which is a winning formula. Oh well NBC can’t get their act together and can’t even have a moment of silence on 9/11. Shameful.

  • venom976

    Per Fed’s post, how do we square the 16.2 million for the men’s final with the 3.55 million for “U.S. Open Overrun” cited here? I know the 16.2 million is for “all or part” of the final and the 3.55 million is presumably an average for 8:00 – 9:30pm…but that seems like a huge difference, especially since the last 90 minutes presumably had the most viewers. Is there any other explanation? It only aired for those 90 minutes in primetime on the East Coast…I assume it was only aired from 8:00pm-8:30pm in the Central time zone. Is that a factor?

  • Ultima

    I know the 16.2 million is for “all or part” of the final and the 3.55 million is presumably an average for 8:00 – 9:30pm…but that seems like a huge difference

    I believe that the 3.55 million viewers is the average viewership over the entire 5.25 hours of the broadcast, in which case the numbers are completely reasonable.

    I assume it was only aired from 8:00pm-8:30pm in the Central time zone. Is that a factor?

    Primetime is exactly the same in both the Eastern and Central time zones (8-11p Eastern, 7-10p Central).

  • senor chang

    ratings from NeoGAF:

    Go On 3.4/9
    New Normal 2.5/7
    Parenthood 1.9


  • Justin121

    A 3.4 would be huge for Go On. It’d mean NBC finally got it right.

    A 2.5 for New Normal would also be unheard of on NBC, given last year’s ratings.

    Even with all The New Normal’s flaws, it looks a 1000x better than Partners.

  • venom976

    @Ultimate – thanks for the response. Is it just me, though, or does it seem odd to label it “Overrun” if you’re counting the broadcast in its entirety? (I’ve seen this on other sites too, so I assume it is a Nielsen convention).

  • MJDB

    Monday Final Averages

    Million Viewers = 5.09 Million Viewers
    18-49 Demo Average = 1.6 Average

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