ABC Claims the Number 1 Most Co-Viewed Program During Premiere Week With 'The Goldbergs'

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October 2nd, 2013

The Goldbergs

via press note:

Based on Nielsen’s Live + Same Day Non-Sports Ratings for Premiere Week:

 

ABC claimed 4 of the Top 5 most-coviewed programs (percentage of Adults 18-49 watching with Teens 12-17 and/or Kids 2-11 present) on the major networks, including the #1 show overall with The Goldbergs, the Top 2 sitcoms with The Goldbergs and The Middle and the Top 2 dramas with Once Upon A Time and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Goldbergs (19%) – #1 and The Middle (16%), Once Upon A Time (16%) and S.H.I.E.L.D. (16%) all tie at #4.

 

 

Source: The Nielsen Company, (National Live + Same Day Program Ratings), 09/23/12-09/29/13. Co-viewing data based on regularly scheduled series.

 
  • jen

    This is a thing?

  • BenA

    If Back in the Game and/or Super Fun Night falls this week, The Goldbergs could possibly move to Wednesdays.

  • Fred

    Ha Ha

    Co- Viewed is a new one.

    ABC is the most creative with positive spins.

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Sara Bibel

    ABC: the network that rich people like to watch with their friends!

  • tomko44

    Damn… I knew I should have shut the TV off after S.H.I.E.L.D. I left it on while taking out the trash. Then The Goldbergs did well!

  • Jlopie1

    Well, that is certainly an interesting new way to entice viewers to their network offerings! Unfortunately it’s already one big epic fail so why bother?

  • Michael1

    The only show I co-view with my child is “Dancing with the Stars”, but I guess “The Goldbergs” is a good show to watch for parents who grew up in the 1980’s and their teen/tween aged children. Now all that’s left is to convince the advertisers.

  • Douglas from Brazil

    Shut up ABC, you stupid!Claim what now?

  • PurpleDrazi

    LMAO!

    Oh ABC PR department…don’t ever change. (we could all use the good laughs!)

  • AllOfHerTw!st

    ABC apparently has co-dependency issues.

  • Harry

    Well i can understand the need to do this for promoting their series , but when in the past u said those good things about shows u canceled dont expect anyone to take u seriously.

  • Simon from Duluth

    Are you all illiterate and totally lacking in reading comprehension? These numbers aren’t from ABC and ABC isn’t writing the article. “Based on Nielsen’s Live + Same Day Non-Sports Ratings for Premiere Week.” And if NBC or CBS had these numbers you don’t think they wouldn’t be tooting their horns? If you are going to haters at least get your hateful facts right.

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