Battle of the Burnoff: '666 Park Ave.' vs. 'Brooklyn DA' (Poll)

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June 22nd, 2013


666 Park Ave and Brooklyn DA begin their Saturday burn offs tonight at 9PM on ABC and CBS. Since neither are returning after their remaining episodes air, for grins and giggles, let's guess: which one will rate higher? They face competition from both the Stanley Cup final on NBC and MLB Baseball on FOX.  Make your choice below and let us know your thoughts on these burnoffs in the comments!

  • harry

    Actually 666 had the same numbers revenge was receiving lately … around 1.5 and it was a 10 o clock show… i hate them for cancelling it before it reached its 13 episodes and putting them in a long hiatus , at least producers said it will get a proper ending.

  • The End

    @Actually 666 had the same numbers revenge was receiving lately

    No it didn’t sorry. Episodes 6-9 dipped below 4 million viewers, and as low as 1.2 18-49. Before it was pulled. If this show was matching Revenge, it would still be on the air even, and would of received a backorder of 9 additional eps.

  • Bitter Ringer Fan

    I already saw the remaining 4 episodes of 666 but i hope people will tune in, the series finale was great, you can tell they made an effort to give us closure. Dark ending though.

  • harry

    Episode 01-09: 1.3 in the demo (+8% change) with 3.96 million (+1% change).

    Episode 01-08: 1.2 in the demo (0% change) with 3.94 million (+1% change).

    ABC has cancelled the series though all 13 episodes are expected to air.

    Episode 01-07: 1.2 in the demo (-8% change) with 3.90 million (-2% change).

    Episode 01-06: 1.3 in the demo (-19% change) with 3.99 million (-13% change).

    Episode 01-05: 1.6 in the demo (-6% change) with 4.61 million (-4% change).

    Episode 01-04: 1.7 in the demo (+13% change) with 4.81 million (0% change).

    ABC has ordered two additional scripts.

    Episode 01-03: 1.4 in the demo (-12% change) with 4.82 million (-3% change).

    Episode 01-02: 1.7 in the demo (-19% change) with 4.99 million (-28% change).

    Episode 01-01 2.1 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 6.90 million total viewers.

  • harry

    these are 666 ratings

  • Joseph A

    I liked the idea and cast of 666 Park Avenue , just not the pace nor the execution of the series , it was a waste of a good idea

  • Troy

    666 was easily the best new show of 2012. It’s a complete shame that people were not watching it. Loved it, loved it, loved it.

  • Alan


  • The End


    What was the point of posting those exactly? I summed up the ratings in 2 lines. You said it was doing as well as Revenge, I proved otherwise. Nothing more that needs to be said there.

    It was a great show, with a great cast, it wasn’t successful, nothing you, me or anyone else can do about it. It’s gone.

    I’m sure there will be a few other shows that will suffer the same fate next season.

  • mike

    It really doesn,t matter anymore.

  • Anthony Parello (AP076)

    “putting them in a long hiatus”

    I will chalk that comment up to poor word selection as otherwise it would be an idiotic comment.
    666 was not on a “long Hiatus”, it was cancelled and pulled from the schedule before it could sink lower and do further damage.
    I’m not even sure you can credit its return to anything like throwing a bone to the fans but rather the need to fill the schedule holes and doing so on the worst night for TV viewing during the worst time of the year for TV viewing.

  • john

    I think 666 will fare slightly better. What I don’t understand is how or why so much time and money are put into these series and then pulled so quickly. If the show is that bad, how does it make it all the way into production and on air in the first place?

  • MichaelChickless

    They’ll both suck (in the ratings department).

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