Fox’s holiday comedy The Moodys premiered to decent ratings Wednesday, coming in ahead of the season averages for its time period’s regular occupant, Almost Family. The Masked Singer led the 18-49 ratings for the night, and NBC’s Christmas in Rockefeller Center scored a total-viewer win — though it was down for the third straight year.
The network’s showing of How the Grinch Stole Christmas tops the night in adults 18-49, and Fox’s The Resident hits a season high in viewers.
The Fox drama hits multi-week highs in both adults 18-49 and total audience, leading the network to a demographic win Monday.
NBC’s Sunday Night Football drew a big audience to watch the Houston Texans beat the New England Patriots, 28-22. The game averaged 18.92 million viewers in the fast nationals, up 11% over last week’s early numbers (which ended up at 20.83 million in the finals) and the best for NBC’s telecast since Nov. 10.
NBC got solid ratings Tuesday from its special devoted to Dolly Parton, with the two-hour show outdrawing the same-day season averages for This Is Us and New Amsterdam in total viewers.
Fox’s 9-1-1 continued its solid fall run Monday. Although its same-day ratings were off a little, it still will likely end up leading the broadcast pack among adults 18-49 ahead of The Voice and the finale of Dancing With the Stars.
ABC’s broadcast is in line with its 2018 numbers, but last year was the show’s weakest outing ever.
The final Grey’s Anatomy of 2019 finished on top of Thursday’s adults 18-49 ratings among entertainment programs. Thursday Night Football declined week to week, but Fox’s broadcast still led the night by a sizable margin.
The Masked Singer rebounded from last week’s series-low ratings to reclaim the top spot among adults 18-49. NBC’s Chicago dramas also improved, closing out their fall runs with Wednesday’s three largest total audiences.
NBC swept all three hours of primetime in adults 18-49, as the final This Is Us and New Amsterdam episodes of 2019 both improved and The Voice held steady. The two dramas also scored multi-week highs in total viewers.
CBS comedies The Neighborhood and Bob Hearts Abishola hit season highs in total viewers Monday night. NBC topped primetime on the broadcast networks in adults 18-49 thanks to The Voice.
Early numbers for NBC’s telecast are down significantly week to week, while CBS’s 60 Minutes gets an NFL bump.
The CMA Awards bounced back some from last year’s all-time low, drawing about a million more viewers than they did in 2018. The show’s 18-49 rating was slightly behind last year, however, reaching a new low.
The two shows put up steady 18-49 ratings, while CBS’s NCIS remains No. 1 in total viewers.
The Fox drama also hits a three-week high in total viewers and helps the network lead the night in adults 18-49.
ABC also gets improvements from two other shows, and Sunday Night Football scores more big ratings for NBC.
The CBS comedy draws its biggest total audience of the season, and ABC’s long-running drama leads the 18-49 pack among non-sports shows.
The Masked Singer‘s return from two weeks off for the World Series brought lower ratings than its last outing — but it still led Wednesday’s 18-49 ratings by a sizable margin. NBC’s Chicago Med finishes first in total viewers Wednesday but trails Fox’s unscripted hit by a good margin in adults 18-49.
The hybrid film presentation and live musical delivers the best 18-49 rating for an entertainment program this fall.
The CBS comedy draws its largest audience of the fall, while The Voice remains No. 1 on the broadcast networks.
The Baltimore Ravens’ victory over the New England Patriots brings NBC its best NFL numbers since late September.
The Washington Nationals’ first-ever World Series title delivered a big audience for Fox Wednesday night. Fast national ratings have game seven of the series, a 6-2 Nationals win over the Houston Astros, at 21.19 million viewers — a figure that will likely go up in the finals after adjustments for Fox’s live broadcast. It’s the biggest audience for a baseball game in two years, since the last time the World Series went to a seventh game in 2017.
Game six of baseball’s World Series jumped in the ratings Tuesday, giving Fox its largest audience of the series so far. The other broadcast networks were fairly steady despite the big audience for the Washington Nationals’ 7-2 victory over the Houston Astros to force a seventh game.
The Voice and 911 spent another Monday atop the ratings, tying for the initial lead among adults 18-49. The NBC singing competition also topped the broadcast networks in viewers.
An incredibly lop-sided game two of the World Series managed to not take much of a spill from the Tuesday opener. Early returns for the Fox telecast, which saw the Washington Nationals dominate the Houston Astros 12-3, have Fox’s primetime coverage averaging 11.8 million viewers and a 2.8 rating among adults 18-49. Both of those stats are comparable with those of Tuesday’s game — though both, as Tuesday, are also down from the numbers for the 2018 World Series.
The first game of the World Series delivered a ratings win for Fox Tuesday, but preliminary numbers show it falling short of last year’s opener. Regular programming on other networks was mostly unaffected, with NBC’s This Is Us and several other shows actually improving week to week.
Fox’s 911 topped Monday’s adults 18-49 ratings, improving some week to week. The Voice was once again the top show in total viewers.
The annual Halloween episode (and an NFL lead-in) gives the Fox series Sunday’s best non-football numbers in adults 18-49.
The ABC drama is the only scripted show to get above a 1.0 rating in the demographic in primetime.
NBC’s three-show Chicago crossover resulted in ratings boosts for all three series and lifted the network to its best-in-season Wednesday showing with regular programming in three years. The Masked Singer also improved a little for Fox, and Survivor rose to season highs on CBS.
Broadcast ratings are mostly steady opposite a Democratic primary debate and a clinching baseball playoff game.
Both shows come down some but maintain a comfortable lead in the adults 18-49 demographic.
Batwoman and Kids Say the Darndest Things each come down some from their premieres a week ago.
Grey’s Anatomy, in its 16th season, scored its third straight adults 18-49 victory, non-football division, in Thursday’s ratings. The ABC drama once again topped CBS’ Young Sheldon in the key ad demographic — and they, along with Fox’s Thursday Night Football broadcast, were the only shows to reach a 1.0 rating in the same-day numbers.
The Masked Singer led Wednesday’s adults 18-49 ratings for the third straight week, holding steady after falling some from its season premiere. The CW’s Nancy Drew also put up decent numbers, and NBC’s Chicago Fire gathered the night’s biggest total audience.
Tuesday’s top four shows in adults 18-49 suffer small losses, leading to overall dips for ABC, CBS and NBC.
Fox’s 9-1-1 recorded its third straight strong ratings performance Monday, beating NBC’s The Voice in adults 18-49 to claim the night’s top spot. The CW’s All American surged in its second-season premiere, scoring a series high in total viewers and tying its best 18-49 rating.
Tiffany Haddish also puts up decent numbers Sunday with the premiere of Kids Say the Darndest Things on ABC.
Grey’s Anatomy marks its second straight week as Thursday’s top entertainment show in adults 18-49.
Fox’s drama Almost Family debuts to OK numbers but loses more than half of its lead-in audience.