Friday Final Ratings: No Adjustments to 'Grimm', 'Dracula', 'Hawaii Five-0' or 'The Carrie Diaries'

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January 21st, 2014


There were no adjustments to any programs 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, January 17, 2014:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating/Sh Viewers (Millions)
8:00 CBS Undercover Boss 1.6/6 8.98
NBC Dateline 1.5/5 6.97
FOX Bones 1.5/5 6.78
ABC Last Man Standing 1.4/5 6.22
CW The Carrie Diaries 0.4/1 0.86
8:30 ABC The Neighbors 0.9/3 3.71
9:00 ABC Shark Tank 2.1/7 7.44
CBS Hawaii Five-0 1.5/5 10.63
NBC Grimm (9-10:01PM) 1.5/5 5.71
FOX Raising Hope 0.7/2 2.50
CW Supernatural - R 0.3/1 0.70
9:30 FOX Enlisted 0.6/2 2.01
10:00 ABC 20/20 1.7/5 6.56
CBS Blue Bloods 1.4/5 12.62
NBC Dracula (10:01-11PM) 0.9/3 2.78

Nielsen TV Ratings: ©2014 The Nielsen Company. All Rights Reserved.

  • Shepherd


    Ha Ha. :)

  • John A

    Yeah TCD did great. 1 tenth better than a Spn repeat lmao.

  • Shepherd

    @John A

    You’ll never get a job in PR talking like that. You should have said: This season’s hit show TCD scored a 0.4, 33% higher than its companion show Supernatural! ;)

  • Tom

    Nobody thought TCD would get renewed last year, so I’m not really too bothered about the arrogance on display here. That being said, the show has one foot in the grave. Two episodes remain to shift the narrative. If it pulls two .4s or even a .5 for the season/series finale – things could get interesting in terms of comparisons to TTP and the two new midseason shows.

    TTP is barely doing better than TCD – and that with Arrow as a reasonably strong lead-in. If it stays that weak the next couple of weeks, or falls, combined with one or both midseason shows being DOA? Then anything can happen.

    I’d say TCD has a 15-20% chance of another 13-episode renewal.

  • Eve

    This shows how Grimm works well paired with a good lead-in.

  • HeadlessHorseman

    H50’s current season average is better than CSI NY’s season average was at this point in the season. So H50 actually has strengthened Friday.

  • Linda E.

    @Rita: Who cares what CSI NY did a year ago? It isn’t coming back. So what if people say HF-0 is strengthening CBS’ Friday night. Whether they’re right or wrong, what does it matter, and why do you even care? Fyi, HF-0 has a higher 18-49 rating than BB.

  • FridayFan

    Very pleased for Hawaii Five O! And I am glad we moved to Fridays. CBS slowly but surely over the last few years has ruined the Monday comedy block and the Monday dramas are dying slow but sure deaths. Viva Fridays!

    And btw, most shows are down vs. last year. It’s nature’s way these days.

  • Mikey M

    Carrie Diaries was a failure from the idea stage.

  • lainey

    Well, Dracula is about to wrap up its run. I know most people feel like its toast, and I know all about the “Jedi” trick, yada, yada, yada. However, I just looked at the article about the Live plus 7 day figures, and I do find them rather interesting. “Live” Dracula-every pun intended-looks dismal with its .09 rating, and about 2.9 million “live” or at least same day viewers. I think Grimm got about a 1.5 with 5 million and something viewers. Grimm is considered doing okay, correct? Well, according to the figures, once they compile them, Dracula goes up to a 1.5 rating, with about 4.3 million viewers. Now, Grimm obviously goes up with its recorded audience, to a very nice figure. NBC’s other “dumpster” shows-the Michael J. Fox show and Sean saves the world, also just get a couple of million viewers and basement level rating-but the MJF show only gained about 800 thousand or so viewers via the dvr, and “Sean” garnered even less. So, Dracula may still be on its way to the dust bin, but I think that, when the dvr figures are considered, it did have an audience-and one that took the time to record it every week if they didn’t plan to watch it live, for whatever reason.
    Again, I know the opinion of the Live plus figures, but I don’t believe that the networks would be spending the money to acquire these figures if they weren’t valuable to them-and spending money on them just so they can use them to hoodwink their viewers into thinking they matter just doesn’t make any business sense, to me.

  • Bryan

    Happy for Hawaii Five-0!! Great Chin Ho Kelly (Daniel Dae Kim) episode!!

  • Networkman

    Hawaii Five-O is on fire this season. Friday night was a perfect place for it. With Intelligence falling the way it has, barely able to garner 6 million viewers, I think CBS will bring back all its dramas for another year.


    Go Grimm!

  • JackieO

    Rita can you explain what you mean by saying BB will survive H50? I don’t understand that remark. CBS seems very please with the Friday night ratings for both shows, I have seen several press releases from them stating that. I can see both shows staying around on Friday nights for a long time. The numbers you are comparing from last year are almost identical to this year I don’t see much of a difference.

  • Charmed

    Put it this way – TCD is within one tenth of TTP and two tenths of Reign, doesn’t sound so bad now does it?

  • Whatever

    I’ve been looking at these Friday threads mostly to keep track of Grimm. I don’t watch Hawaii Five O, but I’m vaguely amazed at the clockwork regularity with which this one person (and her clones, I guess) goes after it.

    It’s just a TV show, lady. It’s not supposed to be your personal nemesis, and if it is, you should get out more and find new interests. Rest assured that, like all TV shows, Hawaii Five O will end someday. But in the interim, how about giving it a rest?

  • Landon

    H50 is steady as a rock on Fridays! CBS has to be thrilled with its performance, especially given the issues they have to deal with, like the Monday slot 5-0 vacated. Lovin’ Five-0 on Fridays…hopefully for years!

    @JackieO believe me, you don’t want to know what she means – it will be mind-numbing and make no sense anyway!

  • Jlopie1

    I feel it is indeed fair to say H50 is definitely climbing out of it’s 2nd (okay, and 3rd) season slump and clawing it’s it’s way back into decent ratings and excellent viewership numbers. Season 4’s writing has greatly improved, the story lines make sense, the introduction of new characters has added interest, and the move to Friday has gotten it out of the mess that is CBS Monday viewing! It’s Live + 7 demo ratings on average increase .9 and add 2-3 million viewers, so obviously, it’s a show viewers want to watch.

    As @Whatever points out, every single television production currently on the air will, indeed, end someday! Some sooner than others! Let’s enjoy our given favorites for as long as we may have them.

  • lakersupbyten

    Five -0 is strong..in turn has the kept BB Higher…must be the magnum pi fans too…lol.

  • BG

    Solid ratings for H50 and great retention from its lead-in…as it’s had all season! It’s made CBS Friday stronger! ITA with other posters saying that It’s performing better than CSI:NY did at this time last year especially considering that viewing is down with each year and also H50 has a weaker lead-in with Undercover Boss than CSI:NY had last year at this time (1.9 last year vs. 1.6 this year). Go Five-0!

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