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Friday Final Ratings: 'Shark Tank' Adjusted Up, 'Blue Bloods' Adjusted Down + No Adjustment for 'Grimm' or 'Dracula'

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November 4th, 2013

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Shark Tank was adjusted up a single tenth and Blue Bloods was adjusted down 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, November 1, 2013:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating 18-49 Share Viewers Live+SD (million)
8:00 PM CBS Undercover Boss 1.4 5 9.05
ABC Last Man Standing 1.4 5 6.36
FOX MasterChef Jr 1.3 5 4.01
NBC Why We (Heart) Vampires 0.7 2 2.59
CW The Carrie Diaries 0.3 1 0.89
8:30PM ABC The Neighbors 1.0 4 4.50
9:00 PM ABC Shark Tank 2.0 6 7.31
NBC Grimm 1.5 5 4.96
CBS Hawaii Five-0 1.3 4 9.71
FOX Sleepy Hollow -R 0.5 2 1.69
CW America's Next Top Model 0.4 1 1.01
10:00 PM ABC 20/20 1.5 5 7.64
NBC Dracula 1.3 4 3.39
CBS Blue Bloods 1.2 4 11.01

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

 
  • HeadlessHorseman

    @Clarke
    I hope you’re right.

  • DM

    @Robert
    From the marketers’ standpoint, people over 50 are stuck in their way and are creatures of habit when it comes to buying stuff, and people under 18 don’t have any money. That’s why the demo is what matters.

  • Max Vrany

    A 1.2 A18-49 rating is about 1.52 million adults 18-49. That’s about 13.8% of Blue Bloods total audience. Around 43.1% of P2+ (total viewers) are A18-49.

  • rob60990

    “I think ABC should leave The Neighbors right where it is all season. The show is steadily rising in total viewers and gaining an audience. Sure, its numbers aren’t great – even for Fridays – but I think show can grow if it is given time.”

    Two years, two good timeslots and its ratings suck. Bye bye.

  • lakersupbyten

    H50 steady..with all cbs shows increasing in actual viewers. Demos may go up soon in coming weeks.

  • Bored Now

    I don’t know. The Carrie Diaries will only be at 26 episodes by the end of its second season. Short of a serious third season commitment of 22 episodes it’s going to be a long time before the syndication gods are going to step in and save it from the axe, and frankly I’m not seeing anything else that will keep it around beyond the end of season 2.

    Even the Friday Factor won’t matter that much if the CW thinks that Reign or TTP are worth a second season shot. Chances are that if both of those shows happen to scrape a second year, one will end up on Friday. Again, only bad news for TCD.

  • Soundboy

    Regarding rating for “Blue Bloods”….so the show has total viewership that basically is the sum of ABC’s and NBC’s offerings, and those shows had higher ratings? That’s some fuzzy math there. Is this Hollywood math?

  • HeadlessHorseman

    @rob60990
    In what way is this a good time slot?

    While its ratings aren’t good, but it won’t be cancelled until it’s aired all 22 episodes if it stays above 1.0

    I doubt ABC is losing that much money on the show anyway.

    Something tells me you’ve never watched the show.

  • diana

    CBS Fridays are a mess , h50 a 1.3 and BB a 1.2. They should just air TBBT reruns all night.
    H50 started on Fridays with a 1.6 demo. Six episodes later it is getting a 1.3. No looking pretty.

  • DryedMangoez

    NBC Dracula 1.3 4 3.39
    CBS Blue Bloods 1.2 4 11.01

    That is just fascinating to see.

  • HeadlessHorseman

    @Soundboy
    No, it’s TV ratings. The 1.2 means that 1.2% of adults 18-49 were watching Blue Bloods. That means that the other 10 million viewers were above or below the 18-49 age range. Blue Bloods has always been an older skewing show. In fact, most CBS shows are older skewing nowadays. Grimm and Shark Tank simply appeal to a younger audience, hence the higher rating.

  • HeadlessHorseman

    @Soundboy
    Correction. Since a 1.2 rating equates to about 1.5 million adults 18-49, it would be the other 9.5 million viewers not 10. Want to make sure I don’t confuse you.

  • Leoben Conoy

    I think there is a lot of people here that have never watched an episode of The Neighbors.

    It boggles the mind actually.

    I mean I am not going to sit here and defend its bad ratings (cause they are hard to defend), but the show is fantastic, and certainly 10 times better than the cancelled MC and 10 times better than the misplaced CBS show Last Minute Standing.

    IMO its one of the top five sitcoms on television.

  • Raykov

    I’m actually glad for the low ratings that H5O, Blue Bloods and The Mentalist are having, because it give TGW a better chance at renewal. I’m sure H5O won’t be cancelled (worst case scenario – it’ll be moved to USA for original episodes), Blue Bloods will probably be renewed, The Mentalist will be canceled for sure. The Good Wife is a bubble show. I always imagined it having a short last season.

  • HeadlessHorseman

    @Raykov
    If your speaking from a ratings standpoint, then TM isn’t in much more danger than TGW. You say that TGW is a bubble show, which it is, but a tenth of a difference equals certain cancellation for TM? Not hardly.

  • Anthony

    I’m actually glad for the low ratings that H5O, Blue Bloods and The Mentalist are having, because it give TGW a better chance at renewal. I’m sure H5O won’t be cancelled (worst case scenario – it’ll be moved to USA for original episodes), Blue Bloods will probably be renewed, The Mentalist will be canceled for sure. The Good Wife is a bubble show. I always imagined it having a short last season.

    Why would Hawaii 5-0 move to USA? It isn’t being syndicated on that channel, it isn’t produced by that networks parent company, and it’s rating aren’t very good (USA has series that rate nearly as well as H5O is, and that isn’t counting the fact that ratings typically drop when switching networks).

  • MARTY

    raykov usa network is owned by nbc no way cbs allows original episodes there. this probably the last year for goodwife and the mentalist, bluebloods and Hawaii 5-0 get 1 more for syndication purposes

  • Anthony

    If your speaking from a ratings standpoint, then TM isn’t in much more danger than TGW. You say that TGW is a bubble show, which it is, but a tenth of a difference equals certain cancellation for TM? Not hardly.

    I feel that that tenth of a ratings point does put it on much more uncertain terms. The fact is that CBS will most likely cancel three dramas this season if Intelligence hits, then that means two to three of the Friday/Sunday dramas would likely go. TM is not a CBS production (GW, H5O, and BB are), thus they already have an advantage, and if they are rating better than TM (even by a tenth), that spells doom for TM.

  • david

    ABC should never have given The Neighbors a renewal over Malibu Country. MC did much better on friday!!

  • Noel

    Nooo i just watched Dracula and I like it! It must survive! Funny how yesterday I was all bye bye dracula now I am, NOOO SURVIVE! Hey it happens.

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