Will 'Vegas' Beat the Ratings Odds on Friday? - Poll

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April 5th, 2013


Tonight, Vegas makes its Friday debut on CBS. The low-rated by CBS standards show has been off the air since February. Now it faces competition from Friday's two strongest shows, Shark Tank  (1.8 adults 18-49 last week) and Grimm (1.4 adults 18-49 last week), as well as its two weakest Touch (0.5 adults 18-49 last week) and Cult (0.1 adults 18-49 last week -- no, that is not a typo.)  In its most recent episode on Tuesday, February 21, Vegas earned a 1.5 adults 18-49 rating. In its sole Friday at 9PM telecast, Golden Boy scored a 1.0 adults 18-49 rating. How do you think Vegas will do tonight? Make your prediction below.


  • brian

    1.2. A bit better than Golden Boy, but not enough for renewal considering the costs. Those betting above 1.6 probably bet on double 00s in Roulette.

  • Hugh


    If it can pull 1.5 a couple times CBS may keep it to replace CSI NY, even though they don’t have the time.

  • pete5125

    @cory Stark, you forgot Viper, (got 3 more syndicated seasons) and Star Trek started as a cancled nbc show…

    Saying all that I don’t see how the numbers could work to give this show another season, unless they can be a tax break show even then they would go midseason, their are only 3 open slots, unless Amazing Race is used as the inbetween seasons for Survivor, or CBS tries to schedule Sat again, something that will not happen

  • Eric

    Just watching the Vegas episode, the TV set next to my PC while writing this. I wish there was a way I could give the pace of the episode a nudge to pick up the pace. It’s pacing just plods along . . . I can understand why this TV series has a dwindling audience. It has all the earmarks of dragging its feet with the various storylines.

  • HV

    Undercover Boss 1.3
    Vegas 1.2
    Blue Bloods 1.9

  • Blake Williams

    I love this show……..

  • maplab98

    1.0 sería lo normal..

  • outlawz

    2.1 for Vegas come on ppl watch this show tonight

  • Minniehaha

    I had no idea Vegas was moved to Friday. My husband and I were so disappointed when we would tune in Tuesday after Tuesday, and no Vegas. We thought it was cancelled.

  • Linda

    “Vegas” is probably more popular with the Boomers. We remember when Las Vegas actually looked like it is portrayed in the TV show. It is a refreshing departure from the usual cop/detective show. I’m disheartened that shows like “Parenthood” and “Two Girls” are being renewed. The Boomers are a big audience, and I think CBS is making a mistake. How do they do ratings anyway, when people are DVRing shows instead of watching them live?

  • gail n

    I look forward all week to watching “blue Bloods” and “vegas”

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