TV Ratings Monday: 'The Voice' Rises for Performance Finale, 'Mistresses' & 'The Goodwin Games' Fall + 'The Bachelorette' Hits Season Low

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June 18th, 2013

The Voice - Season 4

Adults 18-49: Rating/Share 3.0/9 1.5/4 1.4/4 0.9/3 0.6/2 0.2/1
Adults 18-34: Rating/Share 2.0/7 1.3/4 1.4/5 0.7/2 0.5/2 0.2/1
Total Viewers (million) 10.539 4.874 3.814 4.140 1.464 0.640


NBC was number one with adults 18-49, and with total viewers.

On NBC, The Voice performance finale scored a 3.5, up two tenths from last week's 3.3 adults 18-49 rating, but down three tenths from last year's spring performance finale (which earned a 3.8 adults 18-49 rating). Your predictions were about right.  The Winner Is… earned a 2.0, up two tenths from last week's 1.8 adults 18-49 rating.

On ABC, The Bachelorette hit a new season low with a 1.6, down two tenths from last week's 1.8 adults 18-49 rating. Mistresses garnered a 1.2, down two tenths from last week's 1.4 adults 18-49 rating.

On FOX, The Goodwin Games notched a 0.5, down a tenth from last week's 0.6 adults 18-49 rating. Anger Management earned a 0.5, down two tenths from last week's 0.7 adults 18-49 rating

On The CW, Oh Sit! scored a 0.3, down a single tenth from last week's 0.4 adults 18-49 rating.


Broadcast primetime ratings for Monday, June 17, 2013:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating 18-49 Share Viewers Live+SD (million)
8:00PM NBC The Voice (8-10PM) -Performance Finale 3.5 10 12.34
ABC The Bachelorette (8-10PM) 1.6 5 5.43
CBS How I Met Your Mother -R 0.9 3 3.58
FOX Raising Hope -R 0.6 2 1.78
CW Oh Sit! 0.3 1 0.89
8:30 PM CBS Mike & Molly -R 0.9 3 3.80
FOX The Goodwin Games 0.5 2 1.46
9:00PM CBS 2 Broke Girls -R 1.0 3 4.11
FOX New Girl -R 0.5 1 1.30
CW The Carrie Diaries -R 0.1 0 0.39
9:30PM CBS Mike & Molly -R 1.0 3 4.33
FOX Anger Management 0.5 1 1.32
10:00PM NBC The Winner Is… 2.0 6 6.94
ABC Mistresses 1.2 3 3.77
CBS Hawaii five-0 -R 0.9 2 4.51
In Late-Night Metered Markets Monday night:



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  • Tom

    @ vcoolwater

    The subject of the CW’s affiliates has come up before and the best guess is that it’s doubtful if they’re going to bail on the network anytime soon. As you suggest, in the major television markets, the CW stations are either owned by CBS or the Tribune Company. CBS is a de facto part owner of the CW and the Tribune Company has negotiated retransmission agreements with cable and satellite carriers well past 2016. Furthermore, the costs of purchasing CW programs are reputed to be less than for the other network. This may be enough to keep the smaller affiliates in the CW network especially since they’re mostly owned by media conglomerates that also own other network franchises.

    What’s peculiar about the CW is that both CBS and Warners could spend more money on programming if they wished. However, as you again suggest, they have seemingly declined to compete for ratings with the major networks in favor of making money from the Netflix and Hulu deals as well as through syndication and foreign licensing. I suppose they can justify their business model from a profit perspective, but it’s certainly obvious that virtually nothing on the CW would ever appear on the CBS primetime schedule.

  • vcoolwater


    Thanks for your response. You are most likely right. However I doubt Tribune is happy about the ratings of Nikita, Carrie Diaries, etc. Also I doubt they are recieving any revenue from the Netflix deal etc. Plus the low ratings of the CW dramas must have negative affect the local news program that air after them on some of the networks.

    Plus Tribune is also bring in syndicated dramas in the Fall. They gave a show call Resuce 3 (Baywatch knockoff) a two year order. Also they are developing a sci-fi drama based on the Salem Witch Trials for WGN. Plus a late-night talk show with Arsenio Hall. This might signal an exit strategy.

  • SPM

    Good to see Mistresses fall, I cannot stand Alyssa Milano.

  • Russ

    Under The Dome is gonna kill Mistresses next week and througout the summer.

  • BxActor

    Anger Management lol wow

  • Oliver

    Supposedly The Voice adjusted up 0.2 in finals, TWI dropped a tenth and Bachelorette adjusted up

  • platypus Perry

    I wonder what a Carrie repeat would manage during the Summers on Friday Nights? Not to mention I’m quite curious what this show will pull in the Fall with original episodes airing. I have a feeling we have yet to see the true Carrie versus Nikita fans war lol

  • Bobby C

    Mistresses is a guilty pleasure!

  • Kit

    Anger Management was a repeat, and for a repeat, that’s pretty good. FX is still going to make a lot of money from this show.

  • Dave


    Nikita is on its way out idiot! The Carrie Diaries won’t make it beyond this Fall. Heck it might even get pulled! :D

  • OLBG

    Look at how NBC is dominating the competition and people are still calling the latter stages of The Voice a flop because they can’t comprehend that it has never been on this late in the summer. It is still doing better than Idol even though Idol was really on in the spring when it’s finale.

    XFactor in the fall last year can’t even beat this cycle of The Voice.

  • Michael

    I wonder if they are rethinking the Carrie Diaries renewal. A .1…even for a repeat, that’s a disaster.

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