Will a Supersized 'Grimm' Deliver Supersized Ratings? (Poll)

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December 13th, 2013

Grimm Cold Blooded

Tonight, NBC is airing two hours of Grimm.  The network is promoting a two hour midseason finale, though technically its running two hour long episodes back-to-back. Last week, Grimm earned a 1.6 adults 18-49 rating, up from a 1.3 on November 29. Will an extra hour of Grimm result in extra big ratings?  How do you think the show will fare tonight?  While NBC will probably separate the ratings for each episode, since it was billed as a two-hour finale, predict the adults 18-49 rating for the entire two hour block.


  • Matty B Wins

    LETS GET 7 MILLION VIEWERS FOR GRIMM FINALLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) :) :)

  • DTravel

    Considering the date, shouldn’t we be hoping for 13 million?

  • AllOfHerTw!st

    I voted 1.5-1.6.

  • John A


  • Joseph

    With very cold weather, and stormy weather for parts of the Midwest, more people might end up being home tonight (December 13th), and all of television could benefit from more viewers, which could see the two-hour “Grimm” episode average a 1.7 in the 18-49 demographic.

    However, the new “Hobbit” movie is in theatres, and that could cut into prime-time viewing, especially in areas where the weather isn’t cold or stormy.

  • Debsafan

    I love this show, I hope Grimm blows the others shows out of the water.

  • Dan S

    I say 1.5-1.6 but obviously I hope it goes higher. The fact it’s going up against new episodes of H50 & BB & yes the new Hobbit film could keep the ratings from going higher.

  • HeadlessHorseman


  • AllOfHerTw!st

    I love this show, I hope Grimm blows the others shows out of the water.

    Go H50! ;-) :-)

  • NBC Fan


    Last Man Standing-1.4
    The Neighbors-0.9
    Shark Tank-2.0

    Undercover Boss-1.6
    Hawaii 5-0-1.5
    Blue Bloods-1.4

    Raising Hope-0.7


    I went with a 1.5-1.6, but may have been slightly optimistic @ 10:00

    @ AllOfHerTw!st

    You Are Sooo Bad! (TTL LOL!)

  • cimmer

    1.7 overall, I’m going to hope that the ‘holiday’ storyline will give it a boost but I’m betting a lot of people don’t know it’s a two hour Grimm tonight, still, here’s hoping for a Festivus Miracle. lol

  • Me

    Does anyone know why NBC is showing two episodes at once? Are they burning off episodes?

  • Alex


    it’s most likely because grimm premiered in late october and up to this point has only aired 6 episodes while most shows have aired 10 or 11. it’s one of nbc’s highest rated programs so there is nothing to worry about.

  • CBSviewer

    Tonight ratings:

    Undercover Boss: 1.7
    Hawaii Five-0: 1.5
    Blue Bloods: 1.4

    Dateline: 1.3
    Grimm: 1.6
    Grimm: 1.5

    Last Man Standing: 1.4
    The Neighbors: 1.0
    Shark Tank: 1.9
    20/20: 1.5

    Bones (R): 0.6
    Raising Hope: 0.8
    Raising Hope: 0.7

    The Carrie Diaries: 0.3
    Nikita: 0.2

  • brian

    1.5. I think the Hobbit might cut into the potential of the series tonight, but a solid showing for NBC and much improved over the anemic Dracula.

  • Owen

    If it was on CBS it might get 2.0. Alas it’s on NBC so 1.5 is my guess.

  • Anthony

    If it was on CBS it might get 2.0. Alas it’s on NBC so 1.5 is my guess.

    You mean like the dramas that air on CBS Friday nights that get a 2.0 right?

  • tv_viewer

    I’ll go with 1.5 for the 2 hours of Grimm because of new episodes of Hawaii 5-O and Blue Bloods.

  • Networkman

    I think it’ll stay flat, keeping its 1.6 from the prior week. But that’ll be good considering it is facing H50 and Blue Bloods.

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