Friday Final TV Ratings: 'Hawaii Five-0' & 'Dateline' Adjusted Up

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October 14th, 2013

Hawaii Five-0 October 11

Hawaii Five-0 and Dateline were each adjusted up a tenth among adults 18-49 versus Friday's preliminary ratings. 

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

Final broadcast primetime ratings for Friday, October 11, 2013:

Time  Net Show 18-49 Rating/Sh Viewers (000s)
8:00 FOX MasterChef Jr. 1.4/5 3.92
CBS Undercover Boss 1.3/5 7.86
ABC Last Man Standing 1.2/5 6.03
NBC The Michael J. Fox Show - R 0.6/2 2.79
CW The Tomorrow People - R 0.3/1 1.00
8:30 ABC The Neighbors 0.9/3 4.12
NBC Sean Saves the World - R 0.7/2 2.79
9:00 ABC Shark Tank (9-10:01PM) 1.7/6 6.53
CBS Hawaii Five -0 1.5/5 9.24
NBC Dateline (9-11PM) 1.2/4 5.28
FOX Sleepy Hollow - R 0.7/2 2.13
CW America's Next Top Model 0.4/1 1.13
10:00 CBS Blue Bloods 1.4/5 10.56
ABC 20/20 1.1/4 4.75

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

  • David

    FYI, Malibu Country averaged 6.33 million viewers over 18 episodes. Not bad for a friday night!

  • bluejays


    I think HFO is one of CBS least worries right now. Not to say it will def get renewed but they’ve got much bigger issues. Such as their supposed new comedy anchor getting a 2.3!! None of their ten pm shows getting above a 1.9 or 2.0 and even big hitters like NCIS dropping like never before.

    At least HFO gave them two really strong seasons, which is a lot more than can be said for shows like Elementary etc.

  • Debra

    Seeing as BB and 5-0 are nearly identical in the ratings, the fact that BB is probably cheaper to make, could be a factor in it’s favor, if the networks were trying decide between the 2 shows.

    I can see the possibility of 5-0 getting cancelled this season, however I can also see it getting a couple of more seasons, like CSI NY did when it was moved to Fridays.

  • Troutman

    H50 and Blue Bloods are a surprisingly good pair.

  • Dan

    Hawaii 5-0 and Blue Bloods aren’t getting cancelled this season.

    RIP Hawaii 5-0 and Blue Bloods


    Next season may be the last but both shows will get over 100 episodes.

  • Dan

    I think if Hawaii 5-0 gets moved to Sundays next season at 9 that could help Sundays and if CSI moves to Fridays at 9 it could hold the momentum for fridays.

  • Mike

    @Randy and Kari

    Enlistid doesn’t premier until January…

    Also I highly doubt they audience for H50 and raising hope would be the same so don’t see that show affecting the show..

    Grimm on the other had may have some of the same audience but I personally don’t believe it will have much effect on H50 18-49 ratings but will effect the viewership a little… When Grimm was going against csi ny it didn’t effect it either (I’m not saying CSI Ny ratings were good I’m just saying that the ratings or grimm didn’t show any effect to csi ny… Csi ny pulled ratings from 1.2-1.7 last season) so don’t see how it would… I think H50 biggest competition is Shark tank..

    So I believe H50 will remain steady at the 1.4-1.7 range throughout the season..

    And for the people saying cheer while you can for h50 rating cause it’ll tank , I have no clue why their saying that as theirs no proof that it will… I can’t predict the future so I don’t make definite assumptions like that, I go based off the facts.. Also this is coming from a fan of shark tank, grimm and h50..

    I would like to pout out that last season CSI Ny premiered to a 1.3 and yes that was up against Grimm which pulled a 1.6. However when grimm rose to a big 2.0 rating on 10/26/12, CSI Ny raiting a rose to a 1.5.. And also CSI Ny finale pulled a low 1.2 which wasn’t against Grimm at all… Which shows those 2 audiences weren’t that close to truely effect it in a meaningful was.. And I believe that will be the case with H50.. But I’m no psychic so we won’t know until grimm premiers

  • Remo

    Always so amusing how much hate H50 gets – no its not a ratings powerhouse, but its hanging in there, isn’t dropping too much from the premier (can all the other CBS dramas say that?) and is stable. The haters really can’t let the fans enjoy the fact it isn’t tanking.

    Yes once the “real” competition comes it will tell a more complete story. But, who knows if Grimm will do anything, I don’t remember it breaking any Friday rating records last year (but I’m sure the nitpickers will correct me if I’m wrong). And Raising Hope? Please, that is no competition for a crime drama on a Friday night.

    Let the H50 fans enjoy these ratings, its holding up relatively well for being relegated to Friday. And just how is Revolution doing with its big move??????

  • Diana

    Adweek has posted the pricing guide to 2013-2014 season and Hawaii F0 is the CBS drama getting the less money per 30-second spot.
    Fridays 9 pm , Grimm is the one that gets the most money, ST second and last place Hawaii FO
    At 10 pm , BB is number one, Dracula second and 20/20 third.
    When all shows are back , we will see if advertisers are getting what they paid for.

  • JJF

    What I think will save H50 is the absolute tanking of the Sunday dramas. CBS usually only cancels 3 hours of drama every year and the comedy flops don’t make it likely they’ll be more slaughterous than usual. With Hostages a flop already, Reckless a longshot to take off, CBS already has 2 likely cancellations come Spring. If Intelligence flops too, they’ll have their 3 hours set. If it somehow takes off (I like the trailer but I am skeptical, given this season’s track record), it’ll come down to one of the Friday night dramedies most likely. Who knows which has an edge given the closeness of their ratings and their ages being equal.

  • Mike


    So do they set thos prices ahead of time? i always though they pay according to the weeks ratings.. like say if a show pulls a 2.0 one week lets say they get $150,000 for that episode and then the following week the show gets a 1.5 and they got paid $120,000.. or something kike that..

    also can someone tell me how much Walking dead gets per 30 second spot?

  • Heather

    H50 is getting 58,455 per 30 sec. BB getting 58,460. Filming in Hawaii not as expensive as some might think because of the tax incentives, BB filming in New York very expensive. H50 also have major corporate sponsors in Chevrolet and Hawaiian Airlines. I’m not taking a side on this just relaying the facts. I doubt it has a bearing on the renew/cancel factor but the state of Hawaii does give large tax incentives to H50 according to Variety!

  • Mike 1


    I dont know about Hawaii but NY offers big tax incentives…

    “New York’s incentives, which offer $420 million in tax breaks to qualified projects each year, have successfully attracted production away from Los Angeles and the state of California, especially one-hour television dramas like CBS’ “Person of Interest,” “Elementary” and “Blue Bloods,” and NBC’s “Smash..”

  • Mike

    @Mike 1

    how do these shows get tax incentives

  • alavenia

    That is great for Hawaii Five-0!!!!!!!!

  • JR35

    No upward adjustment for Shark Tank- but still the No. 1 show of the night in the key demo. This week, it will be the two ladies again. :)

  • HV

    I think that TGW is likely to be canceled and H50 likely to be renewed. and then of Mentalist and BB I think one will be canceled and one renewed. i just don’t know which right now.

  • Dan

    @HV – Thats easy between The Mentalist and Blue Bloods. Blue Bloods will certainly be renewed and Mentalist will be certainly cancelled. Blue Bloods ratings are still strong for fridays, plus CBS will get it over the 100 episode threshold and Mentalist is not owned by CBS so they wouldn’t get any money from syndication plus the numbers have been low for recent seasons and the Red John storyline within the show is wrapping up so I think the writers know that its time to call it quits.

  • anna g

    So happy to see H50 adjusted up. Last episode was my favourite of season 4 so far. Jorga Garcia and Daniel rocked together, especially when they made LOST references. Come on H50 grew by 0.2 in demo and added 1.4 million viewers above the miserable Undercover Boss. Currently, this show is trouble someCBS problem on Friday, not H50 and BB.
    Shark Tank remains strong – it alomst doubles demos over TN – congratulations.
    As for H50 future, I agree with all of you sayging that The mentalist and The Good wife are more likely candidates for cancellation but I will be anxious anyway, until I read the news about renewal.
    As for Randy and Kari, I’m no longer repsonding to childish posts. Both od them are apparently angry that H50 is not tanking like they want, but it’s no my problem but theirs.

  • Randy

    You guys crack me up. I saw very few on the cable ratings thread because H50 didn’t even appear on the top 100. Almost everyone hid that supported H50.

    They get a .1 adjustment here to a mediocre 1.5 and you act like they are NCIS.
    Did you know that The Mentalist and The Good Wife are getting a 1.6 and 1.7 demo ratings and they are on Sunday night; a more competitive night than Friday? H50 got 1.5 on FRIDAY with only Shark Tank.

    And TM and TGW are already up against their complete competition.

    They are H50’s real competition and they are doing better on a harder night.

    As I have said. The Sleepy Hollow repeat viewers from Fox will most likely switch to Grimm and Grimm has its own very loyal following.

    I saw an article that said FOX would begin their comedy line up in late fall.

    And Raising Hope got a demo of 1.6/1.7 AGAINST NCIS last season!!! They had 3 1/2-4 million viewers. AGAINST NCIS.

    So you think they won’t pull viewers away from H50? And then Grimm?

    Don’t hate me for pointing this stuff out. These are facts. Look them up yourself and stop playing fan excuse bingo.

    Stop trying to kill the messenger. Check out what I say. You don’t because you would rather bury your heads on the sand.

    Every fact I say is out there; most on this site.

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