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Sunday Final Ratings: 'Hawaii Five-0' Adjusted Up Plus Final Football Numbers

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January 23rd, 2013

Hawaii Five-0 was adjusted up a tenth from its tie-zone adjusted fast national among adults 18-49 versus Sunday's preliminary ratings. The final football numbers are also below.

Final broadcast primetime ratings for Sunday, January 20, 2013:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating/Share Viewers (Millions)
7:00 CBS NFL Playoffs: Ravens at Patriots (6:30-9:53PM) - Live 16.8/41 47.71
FOX Bob's Burgers - R 1.5/4 3.18
ABC Amerca's Funniest Home Videos 1.3/3 6.29
NBC The Biggest Loser - R (7-9PM) 0.7/2 2.20
7:30 FOX The Cleveland Show - R 1.3/3 2.85
8:00 ABC  Once Upon A Time 2.4/6 7.68
FOX  The Simpsons - R 1.8/4 3.97
8:30 FOX Bob's Burgers - R 1.5/3 3.18
9:00 ABC Revenge (9-10:02PM) 1.7/4 5.75
FOX Family Guy - R 1.6/4 3.51
NBC The Biggest Loser - R (9-11PM) 1.0/2 2.68
9:30 CBS AFC Championship Post-Game (9:53-10:16PM) 9.1/21 25.95
FOX American Dad - R 1.6/4 3.42
10:00 CBS Hawaii Five-0 (10:16-11:16PM) 3.5/9 13.03
ABC Shark Tank - R (10:02-11PM) 1.3/3 4.03

 

 

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

 
  • Ram510

    Wow I wouldn’t have thought a few weeks ago that Scandal would beat Once Upon a Time, even against football (which it’s always up against). Love both shows though!

  • jr

    @Ram510

    Once usually goes against regular season football. That’s about 20 million a game. This was the AFC title game with 47 million. Huge difference.

  • a p garcia

    Proves H50 belongs on Sunday

  • Holly

    @a p garcia,

    Proves H50 belongs on Sunday

    How so? It’s not like this was an average Sunday night.

  • ateofi

    @a p garcia
    I agree with Holly, last sunday was unusual due to AFC football game, but normally its a death slot. H50 should NEVER be moved to sunday. This slot is currently killing “The Mentalist”.

  • aciel

    @david howell ouat normally goes against a 1 hour football game with 20 million viewers now its versue an importanat game with 40 million viewer and not to mention 2 hours long. of course its going to affect the ratings badly last year during the nfl games ouat was on hiatus

  • Ultima

    @aciel
    last year during the nfl games ouat was on hiatus

    No; Once Upon a Time aired against the NFC Championship last season…

    1 hour football game

    What?

  • Ultima

    @ateofi
    This slot is currently killing “The Mentalist”.

    The Mentalist is going to be renewed. Did they change the definition of “killing”?

  • One

    Should’ve given the postgame lead-in to J.J. Abrams. Sure, Alias failed in that slot, but that was down to ABC’s negligence, more than the show itself. And besides POI feels like a natural for big-time promotion – it still has room to grow.

  • John A

    Says alot about how crap Revenge is when the actors on the show come out and say it.

  • W

    Congratulations to H50 and CBS!

  • One @ Ultima

    Yeah, sure, The Mentalist will be renewed. And then tomorrow, we’ll wake up and find out that CSeye:Meyeami was never canceled…

  • ateofi

    @Ultima,
    Thanks for the info on TM. I was talking about low ratings for the show since it was moved to sunday.

  • aciel

    @john A
    revenge isnt crap and it got those ratings because it aired against the biggest football championship of the year. so u could just suck on those ratings till it gets back to its normal ratings.
    haters gonna hate
    for gods sake ouat even hit low 2s so those arent their normal ratings, its just ridicolous when people hate a show they always have to bash it.

  • Gary A

    Two things:

    1.) It does seem unusual that ABC does waste new episodes of serialized programs up against special events that are sure to lower the ratings sharply. I understand they may not want long delays between the holidays and the new year, but, to air first run episodes against Championship Game and the Grammys seems ridiculous. And when you consider the fact that this coming Sunday, there is no special events scheduled and they are not airing new shows is beyond belief.

    2.) Why do so many posters on this site think that people who have probably just spent all day watching both playoff games, which would amount to more than 7 hours of tv viewing, would then stick around for ANY THING that aired afterwards – H50 or ?? ? And the fact that a large amount of people watching the game(s) are probably not regular tv viewers but may be into sports and thus wouldn’t care what program airs afterwards? H50 did exceptionally well under the circumstances. Based on Mondays’ rather typical numbers, it didn’t bring in any new viewers which is a shame but people who suggest that if they had aired SHOW X or Series Y, there would have been a higher number on Sunday and more viewers to the next regular showing are just being imaginative.

  • Terry

    As we know by Monday’s numbers for H50, it didn’t make the slightest bit of difference airing that ep after the game, didn’t do anything to help it. Just meant that people were too lazy to change the channel so the “congratulations” means nothing in the long run. Time will tell what day it will get moved to.

  • Lakersupby10

    Congrats to Five O. It won it’s timeslot on Sunday. The final ratings for Monday is still delayed but looks good for it’s time slot too. Five 0 fans will take the win, and more years on the Monday time slot too.

  • Hawaii Five-0 Rocks

    Hawaii 5-0 did great on Sunday. There were several factors that effected the ratings being a little lower then expected. First the post game show run over which made a lot of viewers who had to get up the next morning dvr
    H50 or not watch. I also heard that some west coast stations ran CSI:NY and
    not H50??? There was also west coast confusion on when the show would be shown many thought on the west coast it would air at it’s regular time
    10pm and not immediately after the game so they missed the show all together. The 3.5 rating is still excellent. Whether CBS moves H50 from
    the Monday night slot to Friday or Sunday only time will tell. I hope not.

  • The End

    @aciel

    You’l have some uninformed people bleating excuses excuses at you for saying that. Not understanding that these aren’t actual viewers. Nielsen viewers prioritizing an important sports game above anything else is realistic enough and if enough do this, the numbers for any show airing at the same time will drop significantly enough like they have done.

    The average sports loving guy who happens to belong to a Nielsen household is more likely to be watching the game than a show like Once Upon a Time/Revenge live.

  • greysfan

    When the hell will ABC learn to stop putting NEW content against this match every year? Its insane it really is. They need to stop doing this!

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