'Saturday Night Live' With Christoph Waltz and Alabama Shakes Down From Last Week

Categories: Broadcast TV,Late Night TV Ratings

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February 17th, 2013

 

This week's new episode of Saturday Night Live with Christoph Waltz and musical guest Alabama Shakes  averaged a 2.5 adults 18-49 rating in the 25 markets with local people meters, down two tenths from the 2.7 last week's Justin Bieber-helmed episode earned

via press notes:

In Late-Night Metered-Market Household Averages for Saturday
night: 

*	"Saturday Night Live," with host Christoph Waltz and musical
guest Alabama Shakes (4.6/12 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 2.5 rating, 11 share in adults 18-49.
"SNL" delivered the top rating of the night among ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox in
the Local People Meters, more than doubling all primetime programming on
those networks in 18-49.

 

 

 
  • matt

    was easily the best one of the season

  • Ricky

    Huh. When this show started out, I was sure it was on track to join the Martin Short and Jennifer Lawrence shows as one of my faves for the season. But starting with the “Djesus Uncrossed” bit, it really started going downhill. I didn’t like that one too much, although it did have one thing going for it – the fact that it really felt like something Tarantino would do. The whole time I kept saying to myself, “Stop tempting God! And also, stop tempting Tarantino!”

    After that…meh. Seriously, did they really have to not only put Fred Armisen in drag (again!!!!!) but also have him present a most unlovely panty shot? I bet that segment alone was enough to cause violent evacuations of people’s stomach contents. At least the final sketch made up for the problems of most of the second half. That, and Alabama Shakes. A spot-on musical recommendation by the Sarah and Vinnie show, which is a very rare thing to see.

  • Nick

    Alabama Shakes was excellent. Christoph Waltz was not. If you think this was one of the best of the season, you’re delusional. Probably the worst. In years.

  • Lena

    Christoph Waltz was great!. Best SNL in years.

  • dan

    omg
    this was worst snl in years
    waltz acted the same in every scence
    horrible
    grade f

  • todd lewis

    I heard a nasty filthy rumor that they still make Saturday Night Live, what an awful, awful thing rumor to spread.

  • elizabeth

    The Jesus Unchained was one of the most daring comedy bits that I’ve seen in YEARS. Hats off.

  • Darkridedan

    This one was not on par with Beiber or Levine. It was more like the one with Jennifer Lawrence, unfortunately

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