'The Millers' Holds 94% of its Premiere Week Adult 18-49 Rating and 96% of Its Adult 25-54 Rating, More than Any Other New Series

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October 11th, 2013

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"THE MILLERS" HOLDS 94% OF ITS PREMIERE WEEK ADULT 18-49 RATING AND +96 OF ITS ADULT 25-54 RATING, MORE THAN ANY OTHER NEW SERIES

THIS SEASON

 

"The Millers" Sweeps Time Period in All Key Ratings Categories

 

"The Big Bang Theory" is the Night's #1 Program in Viewers and Key Demos

 

"The Crazy Ones" Wins Time Period in Viewers and Adults 25-54

 

CBS Wins Thursday in Viewers, Adults 18-49 and Adults 25-54

 

THE MILLERS held 94% of its premiere week adult 18-49 and 96% of its adult 25-54 rating, more than any other new series this fall, according to Nielsen preliminary live plus same day ratings for Thursday, Oct. 10.

 

THE MILLERS was #1 in viewers (11.91m), adults 25-54 (4.3/11) and adults 18-49 (3.1/09).  Compared to last week's series premiere, THE MILLERS held 94% of its adult 18-49 (from 3.3), best of any new series this fall, 96% of its adult 25-54 rating (from 4.5) and 91% of its viewer delivery (from 13.09m).

 

The Big Bang Theory was #1 in viewers (17.19m), adults 25-54 (6.7/19) and adults 18-49 (4.9/16).  The Big Bang Theory was the night's #1 program in viewers, adults 25-54 and adults 18-49.

 

THE CRAZY ONES was #1 in viewers (9.92m) and adults 25-54 (3.4/08) and averaged 2.4/07 in adults 18-49.

 

Two and a Half Men was #1 in viewers (9.03m), second in adults 25-54 (3.2/08, -0.1 behind ABC) and averaged 2.3/06 in adults 18-49.

 

At 10PM, Elementary was second in viewers (8.94m, -0.06m behind ABC), adults 25-54 (2.7/07) and adults 18-49 (1.9/06).

 

For the night, CBS was #1 in viewers (10.99m), adults 25-54 (3.8/10) and adults 18-49 (2.8/08).

           

Updated Thursday ratings will be available later today.

 

Editor's Note: Television viewing on platforms such as DVR, Video-on-Demand and Online streaming continues to grow at a fast pace.  Last season during premiere week, Live+7 CBS audiences grew 20% over Live+SD in total viewers, up from 17% in 2012.  In A18-49, Live+7 levels grew 29% from Live+SD, up from 23% one year ago.  Additionally, many CBS shows experienced as much as a 50% increase in Total Viewers once full 30 day Multi-Platform audiences were accounted for.  In an effort to quantify how much non-linear viewing adds to Live+SD audiences, CBS Research will provide estimates for series which will include DVR playback as well as Multi-Platform viewership.

 
  • margothemagnificent

    Margo Martindale saves the day again. Her character, Carol, with modesty not her strong suit, continues to dominate the comedy on the Millers. Way to go, Margo

  • THE OLD MAN

    And the bragging rights ensue!

    ASIDE Margo’s comedic talents are a real joy. Had no doubt re: her drama skills, so hopefully The Millers will last for many seasons to come.

  • Michael1

    The best part was when Nate was complaining about how his ex-wife was able to sabotage his lead-in. I’m just glad Amy Poehler couldn’t do that in real life.

  • Tony JJ

    I am loving. TBBT- MILLERS-CRAZY ONES.

    3 great comedies.

  • Valentin

    Great for The Crazy Ones anyway, Glee may had stopped it a little but I guess next week, it will get its 2.8-2.9 on 18/49 But it’s still great that the show is number one in viewers & adults (25-54)

  • Robbie Bishop

    “The Big Bang Theory,” “The Crazy Ones,” and “Elementary” were all great last night. I feel that’s all I need to say about them because a lot of my comments begin to feel repetitive and almost even redundant. So that’s all I’m going to say regarding those shows.

    “The Millers” was actually better than I was expecting. Wasn’t impressed with the premiere, and I only stuck around for the second episode because it comes on in-between TBBT and TCO.
    It was a big improvement, and I hope it continues improving. Last night’s episode showed that the show does have more potential than one might have originally thought (after watching the premiere).

    As much as I told myself I wasn’t going to watch “Two and a Half Men” last night, I ended up watching it. It was better than the last two episodes, but that is not a compliment at all. I almost feel insulted when watching it. It used to be one of my favorite comedy shows, now it’s one of the worst. No, I’m not one of those Charlie Sheen fanatics that thinks the show sucks now because he’s gone. The show just sucks now. That’s it.
    I’ll probably end up watching it again because it comes on in-between TCO and “Elementary.” It feels pointless to change the channel just to change it back.

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