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Sunday Final Ratings: 'Family Guy', 'Revenge' & 'The Biggest Loser' Adjusted Up; 'The Simpsons' Adjusted Down Plus Final Football Numbers

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January 8th, 2013

 

Family Guy, The Biggest Loser and Revenge were each adjusted up a tenth while The Simpsons was adjusted down two tenths among adults 18-49 versus Sunday's preliminary ratings. Final football numbers are also below.

Final broadcast primetime ratings for Sunday, January 6, 2013:

Net Show 18-49 Rating/Share Viewers (Millions)
FOX NFL Football: Seahawks at Redskins (7-7:39PM) 13.4/39 38.09
NBC Dateline (7-9PM) 1.5/4 5.92
CBS 60 Minutes 1.4/4 9.61
ABC Once Upon A Time - R 0.9/2 3.38
FOX FOX NFL Postgame -(7:38PM-8:03PM) 7.7/21 19.56
FOX  The Simpsons (8:03-8:33PM) 4.2/10 8.97
ABC  Once Upon A Time 3.1/8 9.10
CBS Person Of Interest - R 1.3/3 8.39
FOX Bob's Burgers (8:33-9:03PM) 3.1/8 6.40
FOX Family Guy (9:03-9:34PM) 3.6/9 7.21
NBC The Biggest Loser (9-11PM)- Season Premiere 3.0/8 6.99
ABC Revenge (9-10:01PM) 2.4/6 7.12
CBS The Good Wife 1.8/4 9.96
FOX American Dad (9:34-10:03PM) 2.8/7 5.65
CBS The Mentalist 2.1/6 10.85
ABC Happy Endings (10:01-10:31PM) 1.0/3 2.40
ABC Don't Trust The B in Apt. 23 (10:31-11PM) 0.9/2 2.21

 

 

 

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

 
  • Melvin

    Every time I see NFL in the prime time ratings I keep wanting to ask the same question:

    If Monday Night Football pulls an avg of 12.8 million viewers on ESPN, then why the heck isn’t it on ABC? Moving from cable to network would be worth at least another 10% bump.

    I’m confused – ABC doesn’t have a show that I’m aware of that averages 13 million viewers for 17 straight weeks a year, do they?

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Bill Gorman

    “If Monday Night Football pulls an avg of 12.8 million viewers on ESPN, then why the heck isn’t it on ABC? “

    Because having MNF is one of the main reasons that made ESPN the most valuable property in television. It’s far more valuable than any of the broadcast networks, and makes far more money than any of them.

    Disney, the parent of both ABC & ESPN, knew exactly what they were doing.

  • Tabitha

    Go Mentalist :D
    OUAT :)

  • Commrade Fake Me Out

    @Melvin


    If Monday Night Football pulls an avg of 12.8 million viewers on ESPN, then why the heck isn’t it on ABC? Moving from cable to network would be worth at least another 10% bump.

    Because it is part of the corporate media conglomerates master plan to eventually do away with free to air (FTA) broadcast TV and make everything part of a viewer pays TV landscape of cable, specialty & encrypted programming.

    ymmv

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