It was a relatively quiet night in the Wednesday cable ratings this week. VH1’s “Black Ink Crew” landed on top with a 0.7 rating in adults 18-49, holding steady with its numbers in the previous week. The Discovery Channel’s “Alaskan Bush People” followed behind with a 0.7

Following its series premiere last week, “Legion” landed a 0.5 on FX. This was two-tenths lower than its premiere 0.7 rating, though that’s to be expected with a freshman series. It was also down from its previous 1.6 million viewers to 1.1 million this time around.

“Six” continued to score a 0.4 on The History Channel. ESPN’s weekly NBA basketball coverage scored 0.7 and 0.6 ratings throughout the night for the network.

Top 25 original cable shows among adults 18-49 for Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017

Show Net Time Total Viewers (000s) 18-49 rating
BLACK INK CREW 5 VH1 8:00 PM 1,338 0.7
ALASKAN BUSH PEOPLE DISC 9:00 PM 2,880 0.7
NBA REGULAR SEASON ESPN 9:35 PM 1,555 0.7
FULL FRONTAL W/ SAM BEE COMEDY CENTRAL 10:30 PM 1,440 0.6
NBA REGULAR SEASON ESPN 7:00 PM 1,383 0.6
LEGION FX 10:00 PM 1,133 0.5
PROPERTY BROTHERS HOME 9:00 PM 1,921 0.5
BERING SEA GOLD DISC 10:01 PM 1,387 0.4
LITTLE WOMEN ATL LIFETIME 9:00 PM 991 0.4
SPORTSCENTER 12AM L ESPN 12:01 AM 914 0.4
ARE YOU THE ONE SSN 5 MTV 9:00 PM 682 0.4
ANDERSON COOPER 360 CNN 8:00 PM 1,539 0.4
RACHEL MADDOW SHOW MSNBC 9:00 PM 2,658 0.4
SIX HISTORY 10:00 PM 1,602 0.4
MY 600-LB LIFE: N/A TLC 8:00 PM 1,230 0.4
ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA FXX 10:00 PM 572 0.4
ANDERSON COOPER 360 CNN 9:00 PM 1,480 0.4
DAILY SHOW COMEDY CENTRAL 11:00 PM 977 0.4
TIME MACHINE: NAVY SEALS HISTORY 8:00 PM 1,415 0.4
MURDER CHOSE ME INVEST 10:00 PM 1,403 0.3
COLLEGE BSKBL REG SSN L ESPN2 9:08 PM 1,157 0.3
ERIN BURNETT OUTFRONT CNN 7:00 PM 1,392 0.3
SUITS USA 10:00 PM 1,211 0.3
PARDON THE INTERRUPTION ESPN 5:30 PM 823 0.3
CNN TONIGHT CNN 10:00 PM 1,336 0.3

 

Source: The Nielsen Company

Posted by:Alex Welch

Alex Welch has been writing for TV by the Numbers since January 2016. In his off time he enjoys rewatching old episodes of Game of Thrones and unironically singing along to ABBA. Every now and then, he even does them at the same time. He lives in Los Angeles.

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