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Old 04-23-2012, 02:09 PM   #1
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Daily Ratings thread

Anyone have any interest in a Daily Ratings post? I get this info from Variety every day. I'm a subscriber to the print version of Daily Variety.

Here is what it looks like. Top 9 shows by rating (18-49), with share and viewers.

If there is interest, I can post this daily (most of the time). If not...


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I'm interested too, but as a 52 year old man, can we see the total ratings, not just 18-49? I'd like to think I count too
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I'm interested too, but as a 52 year old man, can we see the total ratings, not just 18-49? I'd like to think I count too
The Viewers number includes you old man.
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The Viewers number includes you old man.
True, but then the numbers don't correspond and make it confusing. I was wondering why The Good Wife had more viewers but was lower on your list.
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I'm interested too, but as a 52 year old man, can we see the total ratings, not just 18-49? I'd like to think I count too
The sad fact is that from the advertisers' perspective (and the only one that matters), you don't count.

I'd love to have a daily ratings discussion, since it's really surprising to me how quickly broadcast ratings are falling. Only five years ago, anything under a 2.0 in the 18-49 demo was unheard of, and now it's a very regular occurrence, to the point that some shows are even being renewed with demo averages under 2.0.

If astrohip doesn't want to post the graphic from Variety everyday, this information is always available, along with analysis, at tvbythenumbers.com. It's a whole site dedicated to this type of discussion.
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True, but then the numbers don't correspond and make it confusing. I was wondering why The Good Wife had more viewers but was lower on your list.
The list is sorted by the 18-49 share. So while Good Wife has more total viewers, it has less that are within the 18-49 demographic, so it's farther down the list.
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Look at 60 Minutes. Largest TOTAL number of viewers, but most of 'em probably on life support, as the demo is 1.7, only sixth place.

Us old folks barely count.

This comes from the daily email they send me. I can cut & paste this daily. I think there is also something in the weekly magazine that lists all shows. I'll post it too if it looks like it can add more info. While I get the email daily (duh!), the actual magazine is often 10-15 days late. Comes from LA, and mailed (I'm guessing) cheapest way known to man. I'm just now reading the April 13 issue.
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The sad fact is that from the advertisers' perspective (and the only one that matters), you don't count.

I'd love to have a daily ratings discussion, since it's really surprising to me how quickly broadcast ratings are falling. Only five years ago, anything under a 2.0 in the 18-49 demo was unheard of, and now it's a very regular occurrence, to the point that some shows are even being renewed with demo averages under 2.0.
If astrohip doesn't want to post the graphic from Variety everyday, this information is always available, along with analysis, at tvbythenumbers.com. It's a whole site dedicated to this type of discussion.
The Good Wife being an excellent example. Although at least the total viewers number is decent in their case.
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The sad fact is that from the advertisers' perspective (and the only one that matters), you don't count.

I'd love to have a daily ratings discussion, since it's really surprising to me how quickly broadcast ratings are falling. Only five years ago, anything under a 2.0 in the 18-49 demo was unheard of, and now it's a very regular occurrence, to the point that some shows are even being renewed with demo averages under 2.0.

If astrohip doesn't want to post the graphic from Variety everyday, this information is always available, along with analysis, at tvbythenumbers.com. It's a whole site dedicated to this type of discussion.
I've said this before, even before I was outside the demo, but I think advertisers are misguided. This ain't your grandfather's over 50. I think this generation of over 50s, especially those between the age of 50 and 59 aren't so "set in their ways". Maybe my circle of friends and family is not typical, but just about everyone I know, my age or older are buying the latest gadgets, not set in what brand car they buy, or food they try. They take lots of vacations and buy lots of video in various formats. Phones? Lots of iPhones and Androids. And we have a LOT more disposable income than most 20 somethings these days. So, I come to wonder if these advertisers are a bunch of 30 somethings who can't see that things are not like they were when their parents parents were old codgers.
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Thursday night used to be NBC's display of dominance. Now, they're lucky if one of their five shows breaks 2.0. In fact, last week, with five all new episodes airing, the only one that broke 2.0 was The Office, with a 2.2 (which tied a series low).
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I've said this before, even before I was outside the demo, but I think advertisers are misguided. This ain't your grandfather's over 50. I think this generation of over 50s, especially those between the age of 50 and 59 aren't so "set in their ways". Maybe my circle of friends and family is not typical, but just about everyone I know, my age or older are buying the latest gadgets, not set in what brand car they buy, or food they try. They take lots of vacations and buy lots of video in various formats. Phones? Lots of iPhones and Androids. And we have a LOT more disposable income than most 20 somethings these days. So, I come to wonder if these advertisers are a bunch of 30 somethings who can't see that things are not like they were when their parents parents were old codgers.
I don't disagree with you, but until the advertisers make that determination on their own, the TV networks will still cater to 18-49.

Having said that, there is some indication that CBS is focusing more on 25-54 rather than 18-49, and probably not coincidentally, they're also dominating in the total viewers category. I think that as broadcast ratings continue to fall, advertisers are going to have no choice but to adjust their targets.
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I don't disagree with you, but until the advertisers make that determination on their own, the TV networks will still cater to 18-49.

Having said that, there is some indication that CBS is focusing more on 25-54 rather than 18-49, and probably not coincidentally, they're also dominating in the total viewers category. I think that as broadcast ratings continue to fall, advertisers are going to have no choice but to adjust their targets.
Well, for the broadcast nets, this makes sense. Older people are more likely to think of CBS/ABC/NBC when they think of tv shows. So the number of viewers who watch those networks gets older. Younger viewers don't care about the big nets, they use Roku, youtube, cable networks. It doesn't matter who airs the show.

The same thing is happening in music. If you look at the Billboard top albums, you will see CDs by Bob Dylan that top the charts, but with tiny numbers compared to the old days. That's because the majority of people still buying CDs are older. Kids go digital, they download songs, etc...
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Judging off of what they advertise during the half an hour network news, they think all of us oldies but goodies do is beg our doctors for a variety of prescription medications. The younger people are likely to see movies multiple times rather than waiting for it to come onto DVD. They are more likely to buy muscle cars, cloths, etc. Most people 50 and over have all the stuff they need and most only buy replacements or new technology such as a smart phone or new computer. We are less likely to play video games for example. This does not mean that there are no over 50 gamers, just we buy less or are less likely to.
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Only surprise is how many DWTS viewers stuck around for the 20/20 special. I'll bet ABC wishes they could air one of those every week instead of Castle.

Where is CBS's 10 pm program? Is this list only the top 10, and not the full ratings for the night? I guess that means that a rerun of Hawaii 5-0 did lower than a 1.7?
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This is JUST the top ten, or whatever Variety decides to email/report. If it doesn't make the top ten, it won't be in these daily reports.

I do get a weekly recap, that lists every night and every show. I'll post those as I get them.
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This is JUST the top ten, or whatever Variety decides to email/report. If it doesn't make the top ten, it won't be in these daily reports.

I do get a weekly recap, that lists every night and every show. I'll post those as I get them.
Like I said, above, there's no need to wait for the weekly report. The full daily ratings are available here, with the advantage that when the fast nationals are updated later in the day, they also post the finals that show the adjustments.

Here are the fast nationals for last night [courtesy TV By The Numbers]:
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8:00PM	NBC	The Voice (8-10p)		3.7	10	10.117
	ABC	Dancing with the Stars (8-10p)	3.0	8	17.270
	FOX	Bones				2.2	6	7.247
	CBS	How I Met Your Mother -R	1.7	5	4.775
	CW	Gossip Girl			0.5	1	1.005

8:30PM	CBS	2 Broke Girls -R		1.8	5	5.232

9:00PM	FOX	House				2.3	6	6.547
	CBS	Two and a Half Men -R		2.0	5	6.650
	CW	Hart Of Dixie			0.5	1	1.223

9:30PM	CBS	Mike & Molly -R			1.8	4	6.034

10:00PM	ABC	20/20 DWTS special		2.1	6	10.948
	NBC	Smash				2.1	5	6.122
	CBS	Hawaii Five-0 -R		1.6	4	7.611

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For those who don't know, CBS monday comedies all normally do over a 3 in 18-49 which makes it the highest rated comedy block by a good distance.

With the dive in ratings it is also interesting to keep an eye on repeats. We are going to see repeats on some of the nets post non existent ratings in the next couple years.

I just don't know how long they will cling to this very old business model which has had very few changes over time.

With the cable channels starting to target sitcom territory it will only get worse.

As for old audiences I think Harry's Law had 8.5 million viewers on Sunday but only a .9 in the demo.

Also to see how far tv has come in 2003 the finale of Joe Millionaire had 40 million viewers.
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Like I said, above, there's no need to wait for the weekly report. The full daily ratings are available here, with the advantage that when the fast nationals are updated later in the day, they also post the finals that show the adjustments.

Here are the fast nationals for last night [courtesy TV By The Numbers]:
I like this more than what I was scanning, it covers more shows. How do you get it to format like that? When I c&p, it looks like shyte.

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Having said that, there is some indication that CBS is focusing more on 25-54 rather than 18-49, and probably not coincidentally, they're also dominating in the total viewers category. I think that as broadcast ratings continue to fall, advertisers are going to have no choice but to adjust their targets.
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That's interesting and makes total sense given they also own CW which caters to the younger demo. Personally, it has always baffled me that CBS is number one all the time. I have almost no interest in most of their shows but I guess I am at the young end of their target demo.
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Anyone have any interest in a Daily Ratings post? I get this info from Variety every day. I'm a subscriber to the print version of Daily Variety.

Here is what it looks like. Top 9 shows by rating (18-49), with share and viewers.

If there is interest, I can post this daily (most of the time). If not...

I had no idea America's Funniest Home Videos still had ratings like that. I haven't watched that since Bob Saget days.
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Judging off of what they advertise during the half an hour network news, they think all of us oldies but goodies do is beg our doctors for a variety of prescription medications. The younger people are likely to see movies multiple times rather than waiting for it to come onto DVD. They are more likely to buy muscle cars, cloths, etc. Most people 50 and over have all the stuff they need and most only buy replacements or new technology such as a smart phone or new computer. We are less likely to play video games for example. This does not mean that there are no over 50 gamers, just we buy less or are less likely to.
True, but there's also no reason for advertisers not to target the right audience for a show. That's always been done. Cars and beer during sporting events which are male oriented shows. Makeup and household items during the afternoon talkers aimed at women. It's doesn't mean us older folks by any less, we just buy different things. And it doesn't mean what we buy with our disposable income is worth anything different to advertisers. Do video game makers pay more per 30 second spot than Pfizer might pay for a Viagra spot? I'd think if more eyeballs are watching say CSI which might have an older audience then they can charge Pfizer more than say what Microsoft is charged for advertising some video game on a lower rated show that is viewed more by the "prized" demo.
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I had no idea America's Funniest Home Videos still had ratings like that. I haven't watched that since Bob Saget days.
Sunday's one of my busiest nights, but Once Upon a Time is the only one I watch on that list. The rest are all cable shows.

Like you, I'm stunned at what America watches.
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I like this more than what I was scanning, it covers more shows. How do you get it to format like that? When I c&p, it looks like shyte.
It took a little bit of trial and error. I had to use the [ code ] function to preserve the spacing/tabs. I'll paste last night's in a few minutes.
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True, but there's also no reason for advertisers not to target the right audience for a show. That's always been done. Cars and beer during sporting events which are male oriented shows. Makeup and household items during the afternoon talkers aimed at women. It's doesn't mean us older folks by any less, we just buy different things. And it doesn't mean what we buy with our disposable income is worth anything different to advertisers. Do video game makers pay more per 30 second spot than Pfizer might pay for a Viagra spot? I'd think if more eyeballs are watching say CSI which might have an older audience then they can charge Pfizer more than say what Microsoft is charged for advertising some video game on a lower rated show that is viewed more by the "prized" demo.
Something else to consider is that primetime on the broadcast networks is the most expensive TV ad real estate. Research shows that adults 18-49 are the most difficult audience to reach. This demographic is more likely to watch TV during primetime than during any other time. Thus, this is why the broadcast networks target 18-49 during primetime.

If advertisers want to reach adults over 50 (and they certainly do), there are plenty of cheaper ways/times to do so. They don't have to spend the ridiculous primetime rates to reach those people, when they could reach them for much less during network evening news, news magazines, game shows, talk shows, golf, etc.
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Here were the final adjustments to Monday's preliminary ratings:

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The Voice was adjusted up a tenth, and Dancing with the Stars was adjusted up two-tenths while Smash was adjusted down a tenth among adults 18-49 versus Monday's preliminary ratings.

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Tuesday night:

FOX edged NBC by one tenth for the night's adults 18-49 ratings lead. CBS led the night in viewers.

Here is the preliminary ratings table from TVbythenumbers. Click the link for more analysis.

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Time	Net	Show				18-49 	18-49	Viewers
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8:00 PM	FOX	Glee				2.7	8	6.854
	NBC	The Biggest Loser		2.2	7	6.764
	CBS	NCIS (R)			2.0	6	12.316
	ABC	Last Man Standing		1.3	4	5.663
	CW	90210				0.6	2	1.169

8:30 PM	ABC	Cougar Town			1.5	4	4.994

9:00 PM	NBC	The Voice Results		3.2	8	8.748
	FOX	New Girl			2.6	7	5.195
	ABC	Dancing with the Stars Results	2.4	6	14.155
	CBS	NCIS: Los Angeles (R)		1.7	4	9.603
	CW	The L.A. Complex (Premiere)	0.3	1	0.646

9:30 PM	FOX	New Girl (R)			1.5	4	3.268

10:00   ABC	Private Practice		2.2	6	8.358
	CBS	Unforgettable (R)		1.5	4	7.690
	NBC	Fashion Star			1.6	4	4.644

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Poor LA Complex. Can't Canadians catch a break? I saw an article saying that was the very worst in-season premiere, EVER. Ouch.
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Tuesday night:

FOX edged NBC by one tenth for the night's adults 18-49 ratings lead. CBS led the night in viewers.

Here is the preliminary ratings table from TVbythenumbers. Click the link for more analysis.

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Time	Net	Show				18-49 	18-49	Viewers
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8:00 PM	FOX	Glee				2.7	8	6.854
	NBC	The Biggest Loser		2.2	7	6.764
	CBS	NCIS (R)			2.0	6	12.316
	ABC	Last Man Standing		1.3	4	5.663
	CW	90210				0.6	2	1.169

8:30 PM	ABC	Cougar Town			1.5	4	4.994

9:00 PM	NBC	The Voice Results		3.2	8	8.748
	FOX	New Girl			2.6	7	5.195
	ABC	Dancing with the Stars Results	2.4	6	14.155
	CBS	NCIS: Los Angeles (R)		1.7	4	9.603
	CW	The L.A. Complex (Premiere)	0.3	1	0.646

9:30 PM	FOX	New Girl (R)			1.5	4	3.268

10:00   ABC	Private Practice		2.2	6	8.358
	CBS	Unforgettable (R)		1.5	4	7.690
	NBC	Fashion Star			1.6	4	4.644
I find it interesting that NCIS has almost TWICE the number of viewers as Glee and TBL yet is third in the "demo" I think really, this says more about the viewing habit of 18-49ers than anything else. I think the networks are fighting a losing battle here.
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