Monday Final Ratings: 'The Voice' & 'The Goodwin Games' Adjusted Up + No Adjustment for 'Revolution' Finale

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June 4th, 2013


The Voice and The Goodwin Games were adjusted up a tenth among adults 18-49 versus Monday's preliminary ratings.

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

Final Monday broadcast primetime ratings for Monday, May 27, 2013

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating 18-49 Share Viewers Live+SD (million)
8:00PM NBC The Voice (8-10PM) 3.3 9 11.29
ABC The Bachelorette (8-10PM) 1.7 5 5.69
CBS How I Met Your Mother -R 0.8 3 3.43
FOX Raising Hope -R 0.8 3 2.23
CW Oh Sit! 0.2 1 0.64
8:30 PM CBS Rules of Engagement -R 0.8 2 3.42
FOX The Goodwin Games 0.7 2 1.62
9:00PM CBS 2 Broke Girls -R 1.0 3 4.52
FOX New Girl -R 0.6 2 1.40
CW The Carrie Diaries -R 0.1 0 0.40
9:30PM CBS Mike & Molly -R 1.0 2 5.00
FOX Anger Management -Premiere 0.7 2 1.65
10:00PM NBC Revolution -Finale 2.0 5 6.17
ABC Misteresses -Premiere 1.2 3 4.40
CBS Hawaii five-0 -R 1.0 3 5.43

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

  • TheFrenchGuy


  • TheFrenchGuy

    Yes ! Thanks @Holly :)

  • CrimTV

    You know what? I really hope that Revolution does well on Wednesdays so it can shut all of the “it doesn’t have it’s own audience” comments up. Seriously, do you enjoy hating on shows, is it a hobby? Can’t you just accept that people still do love it. If I started bashing dear dear Revenge or Scandal (even thought I love the first) you would get annoyed!

  • Networkman

    I hate to admit it but I actually enjoyed Mistresses much more than I thought I would. Yunjin Kim was brillant and actually brought credibility to the show. I was totally engrossed in her storyline because she is capable of displaying truth in her acting and having you really care about her character. I still say she should of had an Emmy nomination for Lost. Alyssa Millano also held her own as the lead and central character on the show. It is a soap but I’m glad that it is more than just bed hoping. While love scenes are shown there are more important complex storylines happening to hold my interest. I think the show’s title could of turned off some viewers.

    Lastly, I really like what I’m seeing with the Raising Hope repeats tying How I Met Your Mother. I hope it holds up well after Bones on Friday this Fall. Also I checked out Anger Management. It is a very average comedy. Charlie seems to play himself with every character. But certain lines were funny. It was definately nice seeing him back together with his co-star from Spin City. Michael Boatman is funny. He is just very natural, doesn’t try to force the comedy. The other supporting cast beside the older gentleman was very bland.

  • Networkman

    A 2.0 is good for Revolution’s season finale considering it aired in June. NBC knows that the show will improve the numbers for its Wednesday 8pm timeslot considering they had two lackluster comedies(Animal Practice, Guys with Kids) last fall. The Middle is aging and I’m not certain about Back in the Game having acceptable retention out of it. So NBC would be competitive with Revolution in the high 1’s which should keep Law & Order:SVU stable.

  • WylieCoyote

    Sooo, Mrs. Cunningham wasn’t too big a draw for Anger Management’s appearance on Fox.

  • Other than THAT Mrs. Lincoln how was the play?

    Not sure why people think The Voice as a lead in would help Revolution. Two totally different types of shows. The Voice is empty and devoid of substance and has as its only requirements ability hear and a minimal amount of brain activity where the subject, viewer, is at least semi conscious. To follow Revolution one needs to be fully conscious and an IQ something above room temperature. Wouldnt be suprised if some Voice viewers thought Revolution was a show starring the 80s singer Prince then turned the channel when it wasnt.

    Of course Revolution isnt perfect and at least viewers wont be left hanging and will get to see if Philly and Atlanta actually get nuked and someone doesnt turn off the power again just in the nick of time. Cant say Id miss those 2 cities much. Cant stand the Phillies, Flyers, Michael Vick,Falcons, Eagles and the Braves in particular. I have to admit the guy shooting himself in the head at the end was a real suprise, totally didnt see him doing something bat sheet crazy like that. And I had to laugh at the US President being holed up in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba all this time – its very appropriate.

  • @Laina

    I’m pretty sure I’ll be done with Revolution next season. It’s inevitable that they’ll make the president a “crazy conservative” that must be stopped. They do so much subtle (and not so subtle) conservative trashing on the show that I already know about a dozen people who have stopped watching because of it. If you want the ratings to keep your show on television you may not want to alienate half of the country’s population. Kripke did enough of that on Supernatural but it’s far worse on Revolution and seeing as the writing on Revolution isn’t even to par with Supernatural and the casting is far worse I think Revolution is bound to meet its doom next season.

  • Billiam

    @Laina, of course they bash conservatives.. it’s NBC who is about as Liberal as you can get. However, ABC did the same with Boston Legal and I thoroughly enjoyed that show.

    I agree. Revolution will regrettably get cancelled next May, if not sooner.

  • FLOP Detector

    Anger FLOP

  • todd35

    Too bad people cant accept Revolution for what it is as a SCI-FI. It isn’t suppose to be real, and doesn’t even have to be plausible. What an ending though… I can’t wait to see what happens next year

  • Andrew

    Goodwin Games ties Anger Management in the demo! It shows that it is no more a flop than Anger Management, and it is a lot cheaper to make (I can only imagine how much they are paying Charlie). GG could work on basic cable, like FX, and get similar ratings to AM, without the ridiculous 90 episode order.

  • lostboy

    @The End.
    I really enjoyed the season finale. I originally had no plans to watch the show until they re-casted Elizabeth Mitchell for the role of Rachel. I was in. I actually was probably one of the few who wanted her to play Emily Thorn’s mother on Revenge. I thought the first 10 episodes of the season were mediocre, I did like the pilot not the actress who played Charlie. Rachel/Monroe/Arron are my favorite characters on the show. I enjoy Miles/Neville/Jason. The second half of the season was a totally different show, it was written much better and retooled.I thought it was fast paced and exciting. Does the show have a few plot holes(yes) I enjoyed Randall did not see that coming at the end. I thought it was a great season finale. I did see the other character biting the dust. She will get a new gig. I loved the the last scene and the silhouette of the POTUS. I personally like Rachel/Arron scenes together they have some good one liners. I don’t watch the Voice or any Reality TV. I think The Voice may have helped as a lead in on the pilot episode and that’s it. I believes that Revolution is not dependent on the Voice. There is no way I could watch a live show for 2 hours and then watch the show after it. I think it is highly DVR for that reason, I would suspect that Revolution being a genre show has a dedicated fan base who prefer to DVR than watch live. I feel there
    r a few people who want it to fail, either so they can say I told you so. Revolution is not a failure with DVR viewing.
    I am looking forward to Season 2, I hope it continues to retool a few things, and it keeps up the fast paced action I have seen since it came back from hiatus.

  • David Howell

    Can’t wait to see how Revolution does with no lead-in. Frankly, in theory it ought to not need one – it’s not a good fit for The Voice, and is heavily DVRed. And yet…

    Still, it’s a stronger show than Mistresses, we can say that much!

  • John Doe

    yay goodwin games! TJ Miller & Beck Newton are great in it, and while not a great series, it certainly makes me lol every now and then. I’m under no delusions that it will be renewed, though, part of me is rooting for it

  • gilligan

    I must be on island somewhere stranded, does any women want to watch a show about adultery and even root for the characters.Just asking?
    No Revolution is not a good fit with the Voice, honestly it is really more of Sunday night or a Wednesday night show. NBC really should have paired it with Grimm on Friday’s.In the 70’/80’ss didn’t people watch tv on Saturday nights, and wasn’t there some really good shows on back then. Today people act like Friday/Saturday is a death slot.

  • gilligan

    Oh lightbulb just went on, if they had good shows on those nights it would hurt netflix, get it.

  • Patrick G

    Glad to see the REVOLUTION finale simultaneously defied and fulfilled plot expectations. I really didn’t think they had the balls to turn the power back on and succeed. But, I’m glad they did. The show would have died for sure had it continued on its powerless, tribal warlords path. Now, at least it has a chance to succeed. I just fear it’s too little, too late, and the move to Wednesdays at 8 will probably seal its cancellation fate next Fall, a-la SMASH this year!!. And, while I felt the overall plot of the finale was satisfying, it defies suspension of disbelief quite a lot by having the power just flick back on all across the globe. The power generating grids were down for 15 years. There were no more power plants producing electricity, yet the whole country just turned back on?!?! PUH-LEASE !!! I hope next season brings some much-needed common sense into the storytelling!!

  • L

    Oh… The Carrie Diaries… Gurl…

  • Brian

    LOL @ Misteresses ! Trash TV! Shame on you ABC! & Alyssa Milano!

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