'Saturday Night Live' With Adam Levine and Kendrick Lamar Delivers Above Average Ratings

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January 27th, 2013

 

This week's new episode of Saturday Night Live  hosted by Adam Levine with musical guest Kendrick Lamar averaged a 2.8 adults 18-49 rating in the 25 markets with local people meters, even with last week's episode. and matching its highest local people meter score since November 3.

via press notes:

In Late-Night Metered-Market Household Averages for Saturday night:
>
> * "Saturday Night Live," with host Adam Levine and musical guest
> Kendrick Lamar (5.0/12 in metered-market households), dominated its
> time period. "SNL" scored the #1 rating of the night among ABC, CBS,
> NBC and Fox in metered-market households, topping all primetime
> telecasts on those networks.
>
> * In the 25 markets with Local People Meters, last night's
> "Saturday Night Live" averaged a 2.8 rating, 12 share in adults 18-49.
> "SNL" delivered the top rating of the night among ABC, CBS, NBC and
> Fox in the Local People Meters, out-rating all primetime programming
> on those networks.
>
> * In the Local People Meters, "Saturday Night Live" matched its
> highest adult 18-49 rating since November 3 (with a telecast hosted by
> Louis C.K. with musical guest fun, 3.0).
>

 

 
  • Brendon

    great show the digital short was hilarious

  • Ricky

    What a messy, uneven show it was last night. Adam Levine was no Jen Lawrence – he still can’t act, in addition to being unable to sing. And did we really need Andy Samberg back again? I was so used to him no longer polluting the show with his creepy presence.

    Speaking of polluting the show, in two weeks a certain fungus (whose name has been invoked on the interwebs way too many times to count) will be doing the same. I am seriously dreading that night. Oh well. It can’t possibly get any worse. I hope that the next show after that will be much more better. Tina Fey and Green Day, perhaps? Steven Pasquale and Adele?

  • Winning C.

    SNL has been on a roll lately.

  • alvar

    it seems like Saturday Night Live is on a roll every week according to these press releases. Perhaps if I didn’t see the same spin every single week they might seem more believeable…

  • steve burton

    SNL was pretty unfunny for much last night’s show. Adam Levine might appeal to the ladies, but he is kind of underwhelming as a singer and even less impressive as an actor.

    My biggest beef with the show was the MLK skit. While I know where the writers were going with material and the point they were trying to make, it came off as offensive. Can’t people ever leave icons along without trying to dumb them down to our sadly pedestrian era where all of life seems to revolve around various ablutions of the body, mostly those of the scatological or sexual varieties. This great American had moral courage and stood up against the worst of social wrongs. Hearing him voiced by the chubby black guy from SNL as some lecherous old man with the same vapid obsessions with our disposable public culture as your average teenager was just wrong in my view.

  • Jeff

    SNL was pretty offensive and terrible once again. Adam Levine’s gay character at the beginning was the worst. He has a gay brother and has no idea what might be offensive to gay people? Shame on SNL and Adam for that.

  • elizabeth

    Totally disagree, thought it was one of the best shows of the season. Loved all of the guests.

  • Music Man

    I have to assume that you are a die-hard fan of Adam’s, Elizabeth. It was absolutely awful. And that is being gentle.

    It’s not your fault. It’s just being love-blind. I like his music too, but holy hell he was awful on SNL.

    Awwww…. Fulllll……..

  • elizabeth

    No, not a Levine fan, just loved a lot of the sketches.

    I think people just like to complain about SNL, if I laugh out loud four times during a show I think of it as a success. Rarely, do I laugh out loud at ANY sitcoms, just my opinion.

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