Guess the Ratings for Tonight's 'Once Upon a Time'

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November 11th, 2012

Once Upon A Time rebounded slightly last week, earning a 3.4 adults 18-49 rating, up a tenth from the prior week's 3.3 adults 18-49 rating. Could the boost have been due to Lost alum Jorge Garcia's turn as a guest star, or is the series on an upward swing?  Can this week's Ruby-centric episode deliver? Cast your vote and let us know why in the comments!

 

 
  • John A

    Oh come on a poll for this again? Is this really that popular?

  • CrimTV

    @John A

    It is, it is one the highest rated dramas on the air right now!

  • scifi

    Why are you so excited?

  • CBSviewer

    3.4 is my bet :)

  • iMember

    3.4 and a 28-2.9 for REVENGE.

    PS. Revenge having very little commercials night is a blessing!

  • Liam

    Im guessing a 3.3 or 3.4. Since the ratings have went up the last few weeks I think this week it could drop, but I really hope it doesnt.
    If I was to guess a higher rating Im gonna guess a 3.5-3.6, I dont think the ratings will rise any higher that that, but I really hope they do.

  • Dan S

    I’m guessing 3.5

  • Mika

    I’m guessing high because they are going back to basics and everyone loves Ruby/Red. I for one can’t wait.

  • Anthony

    Why do I have to see this post every weekend? The show is in no danger of being cancelled.

  • John A

    Weird that a 3.5 or less is considered a ‘hit’. DH and Greys used to pull 10′s in the demo. Those days are long gone.

  • iMember

    @John A In a day where people are given a wide array of ways to watch the shows they like and whenever they want, you can’t expect large ratings like that much anymore. Especially when the popularity of digital media is only growing. A show pulling at least a 2.5 (depending on the network) or higher is going to be considered a hit a la TVD for the CW. It ranges from a 1.2-1.5/6, but it’s a hit nonetheless.

  • iMember

    Not to mention, the buzz shows like TVD, Once, and Revenge get as well as other shows too. It’s sort of a factor I guess in having a show become a hit, though not the best measurement because look at Gossip Girl, lol.

  • John A

    I know OUAT is doing great but what will Broadcast ratings be like in 5-10 years? A hit then will be a 1.5

  • rob60990

    The show got a 3.5 last week. Im guessing a 3.3.

  • NBC is awesome

    2.5

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Bill Gorman

    “I know OUAT is doing great but what will Broadcast ratings be like in 5-10 years? A hit then will be a 1.5″

    You seem to act like that’s something new. Broadcast ratings declines have been underway for 30 years. They’ve adapted so far, I don’t see any reason to believe they can’t continue to adapt.

    http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2010/04/12/where-did-the-primetime-broadcast-tv-audience-go/47976/

  • John A

    I know TV is down and will sink more but its sad to see is all.

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Bill Gorman

    “I know TV is down and will sink more but its sad to see is all.”

    “TV” is not down. Overall TV viewing has been flat/slightly up for quite some time. It’s *broadcast* TV viewing that’s been in decline.

  • iMember

    Sad to see sure, but times are constantly changing year to year, and networks as well as viewers just have to adapt like they have been.

  • silvit

    Wasn’t it up because of daylight savings as we saw for almost every show this past week?

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