Friday Final TV Ratings: 'Last Man Standing', 'Dateline', 'Shark Tank' & 'Rock Center' Adjusted Down + Final 'Touch' Premiere Ratings

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February 11th, 2013

Last Man Standing, Dateline, Shark Tank and Rock Center with Brian Williams were each adjusted down a tenth among adults 18-49 versus Friday's preliminary ratings. The premiere of Touch, which was separated into two episodes in the finals earned a 1.1 at 9PM and a 0.9 at 10PM

Final broadcast primetime ratings for Friday, February 8, 2013:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating 18-49 Share Viewers Live+SD (million)
8:00 PM ABC Last Man Standing 1.5 5 7.29
NBC Dateline (8-10PM) 1.4 4 6.89
FOX Touch 1.1 3 3.94
CBS The Job 0.9 3 4.01
CW Nikita 0.5 2 1.34
8:30PM ABC Malibu Country 1.3 4 6.13
9:00 PM ABC Shark Tank 1.8 5 6.13
CBS CSI:NY 1.6 5 9.57
FOX Touch 0.9 3 3.59
 CW  The Carrie Diaries -R 0.3  1  0.63
10:00 PM CBS Blue Bloods 1.5 5 11.24
ABC 20/20 1.3 4 5.00
NBC Rock Center With Brian Williams 1.2 4 5.31

Nielsen TV Ratings: ©2013 The Nielsen Company. All Rights Reserved.

  • Mon

    How is The Job not pulled yet? Put it in summer if you don’t wan to cancel it.

  • Kelly

    So much for Nikita adjusting down, haters can suck it! muwahahaha

  • OWL

    My dong is bigger than Touch ratings. In related news, Nikita does better than 90210, Dixie and Owens on Fridays (and a tenth lower than B&B) How sad is that

  • outlawz

    its imposible to be ajusted down from bad ratings

  • Win

    Check your facts again.
    Dixie, beat Nikita.
    & Owens Beat them all in total viewers.
    How sad is that?

  • Clarke

    If Malibu Country can stay at a 1.3 or higher, it will be renewed. Weird to think it is only one tenth behind last night’s Revenge (granted MC wasn’t against the Grammy’s). If it falls more though, I could see The Neighbors being put on Fridays.

  • Dan

    @Mon – My guess is CBS wants to give it another week or they figure that they may as well burn through it until Undercover Boss returns.

  • Dan

    Too bad LMS adjusted down but still very good. Will be renewed.

    Good for Nikita :smile:

    Bye Bye Touch!

  • halloween

    Nikita may be renewed for syndication, maybe as a summer series

  • Richard Steven Hack

    Hah! Nikita NOT adjusted down, as certain people suggested “always happens”!

    Halloween: Very unlikely Nikita will be a summer series, because it needs a full 22 episodes to make syndication in season four. Of course, they could run two more seasons of less than 22 episodes, but I doubt that. Or they could start the show in the summer and then finish it in the following spring – a split season – but I doubt that, too.

  • Keith

    @Mon if you know anything it cost a lot less to put on a reality show and it is Friday night and the expectation are a lot lower !!!

  • Ultima

    Nikita may be renewed for syndication, maybe as a summer series

    I think it will be renewed and remain in its current timeslot, paired with repeats of the CW’s new series.

  • rob60990

    I can’t wait to see how Nikita does in syndication, if it even gets a deal. :D

  • Michael

    Wow, Nikita hasn’t been adjusted down in two weeks!

  • John A

    Nikita wouldnt have adjusted down based on its friday half hours and Nikita is only beating 90210.

  • DenverDean

    Nikita only needs 21 episodes to make 88 and even that isn’t a magic number. If the create 17 or more, that will be enough – 84 isn’t a big difference from 88. But since CW needs to put new product on the air and can’t just blow apart Monday, Tuesday and Friday. I expect that HOD stays as well as Nikita.

  • John A

    Speaking of Syndication Im surprised TVD isnt in Syndication. Be a good fit on ABC Family.

  • B

    TVD 1.1 ~ 2.50
    Arrow 1.0 ~ 2.96
    SPN 1.0 ~ 2.29
    TCD 0.7 ~ 1.51
    BatB 0.6 ~ 1.48
    HoD 0.6 ~ 1.44
    Nikita 0.5 ~ 1.34
    Emily Owens 0.4 ~ 1.50
    90210 0.4 ~ 0.79

  • rob60990

    “Nikita wouldnt have adjusted down based on its friday half hours and Nikita is only beating 90210.”

    The half hours would have been irrelevant if Nikita was pre-empted somewhere.

  • Beth

    CSI: NY is def. on the chopping block, Blue Bloods should be with it, despite more total viewership (ie. Harry’s Law NBC)

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