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TV Ratings Friday:'20/20' Rises, ' Dateline' & 'Rock Center' Down, 'What Would You Do?' Steady

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June 15th, 2013

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ABC NBC CBS FOX CW
Adults 18-49: Rating/Share 1.3/5 1.0/4 0.8/3 0.5/2 0.4/1
Total Viewers (million) 4.465 5.324 4.703 2.077 0.684


ABC was number one in adults 18-49, but NBC won with total viewers.

On NBC, Dateline notched a 1.0 down 9 percent from last week's  1.1 adults 18-49 rating. Rock Center garnered a 0.9, down 10 percent from last week's 1.0 adults 18-49 rating.

On ABC,  What Would You Do? garnered 1.3 adults 18-49 rating even with last week.   20/20 earned a 1.5 up  36 percent  from last week's 1.1  adults 18-49 rating.

 

Overnight broadcast primetime ratings for Friday, June 14, 2013

Time  Net Show 18-49 Rating/Sh Viewers (Millions)
8:00 ABC Shark Tank - R 1.1/5 4.36
NBC Dateline (8-10PM) 1.0/4 5.69
CBS Undercover Boss - R 0.9/4 4.13
FOX Bones - R 0.6/3 2.71
CW Nikita - R 0.2/1 0.66
9:00 ABC What Would You Do? 1.3/5 4.05
CBS Hawaii Five -0 - R 0.7/3 4.26
FOX The Following - R 0.4/2 1.44
CW Supernatural - R 0.2/1 0.71
10:00 ABC 20/20 1.5/5 4.99
NBC Rock Center 0.9/3 4.59
CBS Blue Bloods - R 0.8/3 5.72

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  • Tom

    Grace… Only correct statement you’ve made is that Five-0 is weak in Australia. It’s numbers are mediocre. True. Everywhere else it is a top 10 show. Canada and Europe. I think you should spend a bit more time getting your facts straight before you respond so quickly.

  • Josh

    @The End
    “Nonsense. Lots of CBS shows skew old, there’s nothing to say this show won’t find an audience on Friday even”

    Unfortunately 5-O lost a lot of viewers during the 2nd Season so it will be hard to get new ones or old ones on friday’s. although i think it should last for a couple more season’s! (they also could have got a little better cast too scott caan is not bad but not great either)

  • Grace

    Tom.
    You are the one that should get your facts straight . Go to barb.co.uk and check the Viewing Data for 5-0, numbers are there. It is not a top 10 show. Last week it got 800.000 viewers , the closest on numbers were Elementary with 888.000 and RVN with 885.000. A lot more US shows got even better numbers than the shows I mentioned.

  • CBSviewer

    I’m not sure but I think International Markets are not important for Renewal or cancelation. The only important things are the ratings and the Syndication deals. Blue Bloods ratings are very low and it’s the only veteran Show on CBS which got a 1.1. On the other hand Hawaii Five-0 ratings went down because of Revolution huge numbers in the fall. But its syndication deal ($2.5 million per episode) is enough to justify Season Five Renewal.
    Blue Bloods will probably get a Fifth season with a reduced episode order (16-18 episodes) to reach 100 but after that it will be canceled. CBS will keep Hawaii Five-0 as long as they can. I can see it being Renewed for a Sixth Season while Blue Bloods is canceled (CBS could use Five-0 to premiere a new Show on Friday at 10 or just move it at 10 and replace it at 9 by an underperforming drama).

  • The End

    @Josh

    I take the view that it’s better to wait and see before passing judgement. Certainly Hawaii Five-O is in a much better position than Blue Bloods, like CBSviewer mentioned. I personally think Hawaii Five-O will hover around 10 million, 1.3-1.7 18-49 on Friday. It skews younger than Blue Bloods, and personally I think if it can survive on Friday for this season, it’l have a future.

    @CBSviewer

    Very well said there, would of said that too but honestly couldn’t be bothered to type that much out as It didn’t seem worth doing at the time, as it was just one Blue Bloods fan in denial claiming Hawaii Five-O is in trouble lol

  • trent

    H50 is a joke. The show has really gone downhill. The season ender was awful. CBS hasn’t cared about that show since the first season. CSI NY was so much better paired up with BB.

  • The End

    @trent

    Of course CBS cares about the show. If you were getting $2.5 million an episode, you would too.

  • CBSviewer

    @ trend

    CBS hasn’t cared about that show since the first season

    Of course they cared and they still do. CBS needed something to replace CSI: NY and Hawaii Five-0 was the best candidate (The Original CSI is still very high and Elementary is too young). Plus Hawaii Five-0 will loose, at most, two tenths on Friday because it doesn’t share an audience with Grimm or Shark Tank.
    With Undercover Boss lead-in the Show could rate higher than everyone expect and bring something new to Friday.

  • Josh

    @CBSviewer

    Yes hawaii five-0 will last longer then blue bloods but i see it going for around 6-7 million viewers. but then again that is my opinion!

  • Josh

    whoops!

    @CBSviewer
    @The End

    Yes hawaii five-0 will last longer then blue bloods but i see it going for around 6-7 million viewers. but then again that is my opinion!

  • CBSviewer

    @ Josh

    I think it’ll be around 9-10 million (6-7 million is too low). It’s not skewing that young.

  • The End

    @Josh
    @but i see it going for around 6-7 million viewers. but then again that is my opinion!

    While I respect your opinion. That’s far too low, realistically we’re looking at around 10 million(Breaking down further, some episodes may get 8-9 million, others 10) it won’t get 11 million.

    CBS original programming on Fridays has an audience at least.

  • CBSviewer

    @ The End

    I agree. Hawaii Five-0 viewership will probably be higher than what it was on Monday this season.

  • Josh

    @CBSviewer
    @The End

    Actually i am more interested how Hawaii-5-0 will fare against Shark Tank and Grimm

  • CBSviewer

    @ Josh

    Of course Shark Tank will beat Hawaii Five-0 but Grimm is weaker (around 1.4) and Five-0 will beat it by 0.2-0.3. But once again CBS only looks at the ratings and if the Show wins its timeslot is irrelevant.

  • David Howell

    Five-0 might be a pretty good fit for Friday, it just took a weird crash in season 3. Not sure how much of that was on losing the lead-in juice from the comedy block or not – if it was, then the show’s in real trouble on Friday with a UB lead-in. However, Revolution was arguably compatible competition (and certainly early on it made a difference), and Grimm and Shark Tank probably aren’t.

    Glad people are looking at the BARB ratings, sadly no demo numbers (for some reason the UK still doggedly persists with total viewers rather than the demo, across the board – UK TV needs its own TVBTN) but it’s a good first approximation of how shows are faring over here. Five-0 isn’t huge here.

    How long the show will go on for is difficult to say. I think it could be a bubble show from start to finish next season.

  • TheFrenchGuy

    @ David Howell

    Here in France Hawaii Five-0 is not huge but it’s not a flop either. Last night (Saturday, June 15th) M6 aired the episode “Imi Loko Ka Uhane” (3×21) and it averaged 3.10 million viewers (Here too demo is not taking into account). So Hawaii Five-0 is not a major hit but here it survives on Saturday.

  • Tom

    TheFrenchGuy… How does 5-0 compare to ther procedurals in your country? NCIS LA? Elementary? POI? How many millions watch those shows?

  • TheFrenchGuy

    @ Tom

    NCIS = 6.2 million viewers (airs Friday on M6)
    NCIS: LA = 3.8 million viewers (airs Friday on M6)
    CSI = 6 million viewers (airs Tuesday on TF1)
    CSI: NY = 7 million viewers (airs Tuesday on TF1)
    Person of Interest = 7 million viewers (airs Wednesday on TF1)
    The Mentalist = 9.8 million viewers (airs Wednesday on TF1)
    The Good Wife = canceled by M6, picked up by Téva (I don’t know the numbers)
    Blue Bloods = 2.7 million viewers (airs Thursday on M6)
    Bones = 4 million viewers (airs Thursday on M6)
    Criminal Minds = 7 million viewers (airs Wednesday on TF1)
    Elementary = not premiered yet.

    Hawaii Five-0 is not so high compared to other procedurals on M6 but the network average is 2.9 million so it has an higher viewership. On the other hand TF1 numbers are higher because, I don’t know why, people watches this network more than the others.

  • Grace

    International Markets are probably not important for Renewal or cancelation, but if they were, 5-0 would not benefit from it because it is not a great hit anywhere, just survives.
    Tom , here u have some numbers for UK. Some shows have already ended for the season so numbers are not here.
    CSI. …2.21
    CSI NY…2.44
    NCIS…..1.83
    Arrow…..1.30
    OUAT…..0.98
    SVU…0.90
    Game of Thrones…0.90
    Elementary…0.88
    RVN…0.85
    H50….0.80

    And syndicatio is what gave H50 a renewal , but after it gets the needed episodes, unless it improves, that I doubt, it won’t survive much.

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