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FOX ranked #1 among Adults 18-49 on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday last week thanks to strong deliveries from MASTERCHEF, 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE and HELL’S KITCHEN. All four shows ranked in the Top 10 broadcast programs in the core adult demo last week, and overall FOX had:


  • 7 of the Top 20 programs among Adults 18-49: MASTERCHEF (No. 3 tie), HELL’S KITCHEN (No. 3 tie), SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE (No. 6), 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY (No. 10), FAMILY GUY (No. 12), AMERICAN DAD (No. 18 tie) and SIMPSONS (No. 18 tie).


  • 8 of the Top 20 programs among Adults 18-34: SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE (No. 3), FAMILY GUY (No. 5 tie), SIMPSONS (No. 5 tie), HELL’S KITCHEN (No. 5 tie), MASTERCHEF (No. 9), SIMPSONS ENCORE (No. 10 tie),  AMERICAN DAD (No. 10 tie) and 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY (No. 14).


  • 5 of the Top 20 programs among Teens: MASTERCHEF (No. 5 tie), SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE (No. 5 tie), FAMILY GUY (No. 9), AMERICAN DAD (No. 13 tie) and HELL’S KITCHEN (No. 13 tie).


  • 3 of the Top 20 programs among Total Viewers: 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY (No. 13), SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE (No. 17) and MASTERCHEF (No. 19).



Program and Nightly Highlights


Monday: FOX ranked No. 1 in broadcast prime among Adults 18-49 (1.6/5). MASTERCHEF (1.8/6) was up two tenths from its prior season average (1.6/6), outperforming American Ninja Warrior and The Bachelorette as the No. 1 5-network program on Monday night. At 9pm, 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY posted a 1.4/4 rating among Adults 18-49.


Tuesday: On Tuesday, FOX aired a full night of comedy encores: FAMILY GUY (0.8/3), back-to-back episodes of BROOKLYN NINE-NINE (0.4/2, 0.5/2), and MINDY PROJECT (0.4/1).


Wednesday: FOX ranked No. 1 on Wednesday with SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE (1.7/6), which delivered a season high, up +31% versus the previous week (1.3/5).


Thursday: FOX placed No. 1 on Thursday night with top program HELL’S KITCHEN (1.8/7), which was up two-tenths from the previous week to post its highest rating since 3/27/14. GANG RELATED (0.8/3) held steady with the prior two weeks.


Friday: Encores of MASTERCHEF (0.5/2) and 24: LIVE ANOTHER (0.2/1) aired on Friday.

Saturday: FOX (0.4/2) ranked No. 4 among the broadcast nets with FOX SATURDAY BASEBALL, on par with its average delivery over the last four weeks.


Sunday:  The final telecast of ENLISTED scored a 0.3/1. An AMERICAN DAD encore (0.4/1) picked up one-tenth at 7:30pm. Encores of THE SIMPSONS gained three-tenths from 8 to 8:30pm (0.9/3 > 1.2/4), followed by a FAMILY GUY encore which drew a 1.3/4 at 9pm. At 9:30p, an AMERICAN DAD encore posted a 1.2/4. FOX (0.9/3) placed fourth in broadcast prime among Adults 18-49.



FOX Program Ratings of the Week


JUNE 16 – JUNE 22, 2014



ADULTS 18?49           ADULTS 18?34           VIEWERS (Mil)

FOX    1.0/3                FOX    0.8/3                FOX    3.0

ABC    1.0/4                ABC    0.8/3                ABC    4.1

CBS    0.8/3                CBS    0.4/2                CBS    5.0

NBC    1.2/4                NBC    0.8/3                NBC    4.9

CW      0.3/1                CW      0.2/1                CW      1.0

UNI      1.2/4                UNI      1.0/4                UNI      3.0

TEL     0.6/2                TEL     0.6/3                TEL     1.5



About Fox Broadcasting Company

Fox Broadcasting Company (FOX), a unit of 21st Century Fox, is home to some of the highest-rated and most acclaimed series on television, including AMERICAN IDOL, THE FOLLOWING, NEW GIRL, GLEE, BROOKLYN NINE-NINE, THE SIMPSONS, FAMILY GUY and SLEEPY HOLLOW. FOX is the only network to ever rank No. 1 in the key adult demographic for eight consecutive seasons and continues to dominate all network competition in the more targeted Adults 18-34 and Teen demographics. FOX airs 15 hours of primetime programming a week, as well as major sports and Sunday morning news. “Like” FOX on Facebook at and follow the network on Twitter @FOXTV. For additional information about FOX, please visit


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