Thursday Final Ratings: 'Big Brother' Adjusted Up

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July 26th, 2013

Big Brother July 25

Big Brother  was adjusted up a tenth among adults 18-49 versus the preliminary Thursday broadcast ratings.

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

Broadcast primetime final ratings for Thursday, July 25:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating/Sh Viewers (Millions)
8:00 FOX Hell's Kitchen 2.1/8 5.29
CBS The Big Bang Theory - R (8-8:31PM) 2.0/8 8.06
ABC Wipeout 1.0/4 3.82
NBC The Winner Is… - R 0.6/2 2.84
CW The Vampire Diaries - R 0.3/1 0.83
8:30 CBS Two and a Half Men - R (8:31-9PM) 1.7/6 6.79
9:00 CBS Big Brother 2.5/8 6.90
FOX Hell's Kitchen - Season Finale 2.3/7 5.61
NBC The Winner Is… 0.9/3 3.84
ABC Motive (9-10:01PM) 0.8/3 4.76
CW Beauty and the Beast - R 0.2/1 0.64
10:00 NBC Hollywood Game Night 1.3/4 3.85
ABC Rookie Blue(10:01-11PM) 1.1/4 5.63
CBS Elementary - R 1.0/3 4.64

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

  • Michael

    Yay! Big brother adjusted up. The game heating up with the best yet to come WOO

  • Kaaboom

    wow. BB is doing great!

  • Kaaboom

    by the way, your picture spoiled who went out for me, try using a less spoiling picture.

  • Martin245

    Once again, the TV viewers of BB are getting a completely skewed view of the actual events than seen by the 24-hour feed viewers. Producers and Julie Chen are really pushing the “racist” element this summer, and presented a completely misleading edit of the “town hall” meeting during yesterday’s TV show to fit in with their biased narrative.

  • Michael

    Thank goodness, the racial slurs, for the most part has stopped!

  • SG

    Big Brother continues to be one of the most consistently watched shows on CBS every summer. Still love it after all these years.

  • Mathew

    where are the cable ratings

  • Nick

    TVBTN, can you PLEASE stop posting spoilers in your photos? You did it for Hell’s Kitchen and Big Brother today, and I have yet to watch both. Extremely rude.

  • Fashe

    I love the spoilers, don’t mind them one bit.

    Keep doing them, it doesn’t matter.

  • JayTN

    In this age of DVR people do not have to watch TV live (although this has existed since the advent of VCRs), but as long as something has not been “spoiled” by the time the program has aired in all US time zones, I don’t see a problem with spoilers. Otherwise, how does TVBTN or anyone else know when you will get around to watching whatever program you’ve DVR’d? Are they supposed to wait a day, a week, two weeks, a month?

  • Rob R

    Big Brother is amazingly consistent summer performer for CBS. CBS must be delighted to no end.

  • Zac

    Don’t read the stories or visit the site? Oh wait, did I spoil that too? Crap…you just can’t win can you.

  • Ultima

    TVBTN, can you PLEASE stop posting spoilers in your photos?

    You might want to avoid TV sites on the internet immediately after reality finales/eliminations if you don’t want them spoiled.

    However, if you really need your ratings fix, why not just temporarily disable images on this site?

    Instead of complaining about things, take control of your internet browsing experience!

  • Nick

    Wow, you’re all a bunch of ass holes.

  • Steve

    CBS’ Big Brother continues to dominate after 15 cycles!
    FOX and Chef Ramsey have also done well this summer!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Randy

    @Nick why don’t you cry some more

  • its true

    you did spoil Hells Kitchen for me but not bb good thing i watched it last night. I dont remember seeing picture spoilers here before and i have come here alot before watching a show. Now i know to watch my shows before coming here in the future i guess.

  • Jon

    Will people ever get sick of the Big Brother? Honestly I never understood the appeal


    @Nick. No one cares about you & your problems

  • m

    Still pretty low ratings.

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