‘Chicago Fire’ Rises High In Seven-Day Ratings Chart

Dick Wolf’s Chicago Fire was the second most-watched primetime show of the week on the broadcast networks and tied for the lead among adults 18-49 after a week of delayed viewing (excluding football in both cases). Franchise mates Chicago PD and Chicago Med also made the top 10 in both measures.

Think Of Thursday Night As Must-DVR TV

Five of the week’s seven biggest gainers from seven-day DVR playback air on that night, led by CBS’s Big Bang Theory. Other biggies: How to Get Away With Murder, Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal.

Broadcast TV Nets Benefit From Time-Shifting

Incorporating seven days of program viewing data for selling metrics to TV advertisers, broadcast networks continue to see growth in time-shifting for their top shows.