Wednesday Final Ratings: 'Survivor' & 'Suburgatory' Adjusted Up

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April 11th, 2013


 Survivor was adjusted up two tenths and  Suburgatory  was adjusted up a single tenth among adults 18-49 versus the preliminary Wednesday broadcast ratings.

Want to know why adjustments occur to the preliminary ratings? Read this.

Final broadcast primetime ratings for Wednesday, April 10, 2013:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating 18-49 Share Viewers Live+SD (million)
8:00PM FOX American Idol (8-10PM) 3.2 9 12.23
CBS Survivor: Caramoan 2.6 8 9.38
ABC The Middle 2.0 6 7.55
NBC Dateline NBC 1.2 4 5.20
CW Arrow -R 0.4 1 1.56
8:30PM ABC Suburgatory 1.8 5 5.60
9:00 PM ABC Modern Family 3.8 10 10.38
CBS Criminal Minds 3.0 8 11.47
NBC Law & Order: SVU -R 0.9 3 3.77
CW Supernatural -R 0.4 1 1.14
9:30PM ABC How to Live With Your Parents 2.5 7 7.33
10:00PM CBS CSI 2.4 7 11.11
ABC Nashville 1.8 5 5.96
NBC Hannibal -R 1.0 3 3.14

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

  • Tom M

    “and *SKIP* 16 minutes of commercial in an hour”, sorry, I left that out and it may have lacked clarity.

  • Ivan

    Hannibal rerun gets 1.0 ! Awesome, that gives me hope for a second season of what seems to be one of the best shows ever.

  • Oliver

    It was smart for NBC to schedule a Hannibal repeat in that slot.

    That said, pilot repeat numbers are misleading. Repeating disproportionately well is the norm. It’s week 2 numbers that matter. If it holds or grows, that’s when to start calling it a success.

  • Max Vrany

    @Ultima, these are program ratings and not commercial ratings.

  • Anthony

    If its about $$. Wonder why ABC and NBC don’t threaten as well.

    I would guess because they don’t really gain much by making such claims. If the courts don’t think what Aereo is doing is illegal, they will rule for them regardless of how much the networks hate it. Second from the get go ABC and NBC have been the most silent on the issue, it has really been CBS and Fox spearheading this. I can certainly see why CBS is the most concerned, as they don’t have cable networks to support their business like the others do.

  • Petar Ivanov

    Hannibal is new nbc chuck or what….wow, i mean come on pilot repeats are the best and 1.0 is bad repeat. In june we will see will haniball can survive or not. If stay around 1.2-1.4 will survive if not will take awake way. Which also was like chuck followers. I guess that slot is for that type of shows.

  • Petar Ivanov

    What is this Aereo case?

  • Anthony

    What is this Aereo case?

    Basically Aereo is renting portable devices that stream broadcast networks to them (by the use of antennas), and the networks say it is illegal because they are profiting off the networks copyrights without compensating them.

  • Petar Ivanov


  • Dan S

    I’m cautiously optimistic Hannibal can actually grow it’s demo tonight. The pilot was unexpectedly good & repeated ok for last night. I love the preview where Will Graham says to Hannibal Lechter ” did you just smell me ? “

  • forg

    Suburgatory was flat last week. I hope it can rise to 2.0 for its season finale.

  • Bri

    Too bad Criminal Minds wasn’t adjusted in the demo but it is awesome that it did beat NCIS in the demo! Way to go CM!

  • omabin

    Good for Suburgatory, even if it is just one tenth. I still say the show should remain exactly where it is right now next season.

  • s0303

    hannibal did good for a repeat…hopefully it will at least hold steady, if not rise, tonight…

    yay survivor! i figured it would be adjusted up like usual, but i wasn’t expecting a 0.2 adjustment :)

  • Alex

    Hannibal repeat really did do rather well. Numbers for episode two should be rather interesting tomorrow.

    Good upward adjustment for Survivor as well.

  • Rebecca

    I’d read that all four “major” networks were considering going off the airwaves, in an article I don’t have any more from a few days ago. Saw it on a Yahoo news page and didn’t note the source, but didn’t see anything major here about it so I didn’t say anything. Most likely has to do with that case Ultima mentioned but the article (having to do with “plug pullers” and “cable cutters” I think) also delved into how most viewers are watching online or with DVRs and special antennae. So if they don’t go off the air they might at least start charging subscription fees. I’m not worried about it yet though. And I pay $20 a month just to get the “free” channels from Comcast already (the only cable available to my area). If the screen turned to permanent snow tomorrow, though, I’d just get my news and regular shows online and keep using the Wii for Netflix and watch dvds, as usual. The internet portion of my Comcast bill is a lot more than the TV portion anyway.

  • Rebecca

    ^ Found the article. It’s on the site for The Atlantic Wire and the article is from April 8th, called “The End of Free TV” if anyone wants to go read it (not very long, but a lot to post here so I won’t).

  • MichaelChickless

    Go Criminal Mimes!

    NBC needs to post an updated press release about the Hannibal encore!

  • John A

    Repeats of a pilot doing well mean nothing. That happens alot then a show drops in Episode 2.

  • Ted Craig

    I’m not a Suburgatory hater by any means, but last it would get ratings equal to or better than The Middle’s. It will definitely be back next year (and the year after), but I think ABC execs expected more out of it this year.

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