Thursday Final Ratings: 'The Vampire Diaries' Adjusted Up; 'The Big Bang Theory', 'The Sing-Off', 'Once Upon a Time in Wonderland', 'The Millers', 'The Crazy Ones', 'Two and a Half Men' & 'Elementary' Adjusted Down

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December 13th, 2013

The Big Bang Theory December 12 2013

The Vampire Diaries was adjusted up a single tenth while The Millers was adjusted down three tenths, The Big Bang Theory, The Crazy Ones and Two and a Half Men were each adjusted down two tenths and The Sing-Off , Once Upon A Time In Wonderland and Elementary were each adjusted down a single 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, December 12:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating/Sh Viewers (Millions)
8:00 CBS The Big Bang Theory 5.1/16 17.68
NBC The Sing-Off 1.3/4 4.58
FOX The X Factor 1.2/4 4.90
CW The Vampire Diaries 1.1/3 2.44
ABC Once Upon a Time in Wonderland 0..8/3 3.30
8:30 CBS The Millers 2.6/8 10.93
9:00 ABC Grey's Anatomy 2.7/8 8.36
CBS The Crazy Ones 1.9/5 7.87
NBC Sean Saves the World 1.0/3 3.40
FOX Glee - R 0.7/2 2.47
CW Reign 0.6/2 1.86
9:30 CBS Two and a Half Men 1.9/6 8.54
NBC The Michael J. Fox Show 0.9/2 3.00
10:00 ABC Scandal 3.2/10 9.22
CBS Elementary 1.7/5 9.09
NBC Parenthood 1.2/4 3.93

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

  • kul65

    The Mentalist in its Sunday slot matches CSI and topples Elementary. If that doesn’t put it back as at least a bubble show, what will?

  • Aly

    The times I’ve seen people say they weren’t going to watch TCO anymore, it was people complaining the show was too crass. Odd, considering they watch shows like 2 1/2 men but TCO show definitely skews to a different demo than CBS normally does. Fox should have kept this show. It would have been an even bigger hit on their network, and clearly, they need a decent sitcom.

  • Fred

    Never would have guessed OUAT Wonderlabd would drop this low .
    It’s actually very entertaining , sometimes more than the original .
    Any fan of OUAT would enjoy it even some non fans. It’s very different and quite appealing .
    The acting is mostly above par .

  • Crest

    Agree with RickyTvd.
    TVs is a season 5 show and doing the same demo as Arrow and in some episodes even getting a higher demo at 1. 3 in this season

    And also don’t be so cocky Arrow fans we all know the show’s demo and viewership is higher because there was an important guest these past 2 episodes, Barry Allen the man who would be The Flash, a really popular comic book character hence the extra viewers tuning in. TVD still does its good numbers without any gimmicks, just the usual cast in the show is enough to drive the show and ratings. Arrow needs major comic guest stars and stunt casting to keep up.

  • Samuel

    @Crest Why exactly are you so butt hurt about Arrow beating TVD? TVD is has 5 seasons! It doesn’t matter! Your favourite show cannot remain at the top forever! There comes a point when ratings decline and while TVD is still going strong, it’s ratings are declining slowly but surely. Arrow will see another season with the same ratings and they will also start to decline slowly.

    There is no need to battle out who is the top of the network. They’re all declining (except Supernatural which is more than a veteran show). Let it go.

  • Michael

    TCO is a great show!! CBS has to ‘re-arrange’ their schedule. Move the Millers to 9 and TCO to 8:30. It’s too good a program to see this dismal rating!

    ugh! I wish I was watching it more, but sadly…I now work on Thursday Nights. Thanks a lot Christmas Retail!! :/

  • Davie

    Wow I mean I watch TVD and all, and other than it just not being THAT great a story, there’s no guessing whether or not the show will bloom in syndication due to its extremely serialized nature (no case/freak of the week at all). Arrow on the other hand probably has a great future in syndication and to my surprise doesnt beat around the bush when it comes to unraveling the plot.

    Now to all the crazy TVD fans who are freaking out over Arrow getting better ratings, really need to chill. Its not like Arrow is TheCW’s most prized possession at the moment, that title belongs to Supernatural. Its the networks oldest show and can still pull in the same ratings as other shows on the network that are much younger. Add that to the fact that its syndication numbers are more than decent, its pretty clear what theCW should be considering #1.

  • rgxx

    What is going on with PARENTHOOD??!! NBC move it back to it’s original time-slot – you have nothing to lose Now!

  • AllOfHerTw!st

    TCO almost seems like it belongs on FOX alongside New Girl, not on CBS.

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