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 Topic review - Wednesday (9/26/07) 
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Reply with quote Post Posted: Fri Sep 28, 2007 2:51 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/07)
Raffiki wrote:
I don't know why everyone is so doubtful about Pushing Daisies. I'm expecting it to pull in at least 12m viewers if not closer to 14m. I really hope I'm not wrong. :|

The feel of the show is just such high quality that I can't imagine it actually does well. :(

Reply with quote Post Posted: Fri Sep 28, 2007 1:18 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/07)
I don't know why everyone is so doubtful about Pushing Daisies. I'm expecting it to pull in at least 12m viewers if not closer to 14m. I really hope I'm not wrong. :|

Reply with quote Post Posted: Fri Sep 28, 2007 11:57 am
Re: Wednesday (9/26/07)
be.redy wrote:
I think NBC would be wiser putting Medium in its original Monday 10pm slot after Heroes. It is a sci-fi show, but it's different sci-fi from Heroes and BW.

YES!!!!!!!

Reply with quote Post Posted: Fri Sep 28, 2007 11:46 am
Re: Wednesday (9/26/07)
I personally get tired of two sci-fi shows in a row. I think NBC would be wiser putting Medium in its original Monday 10pm slot after Heroes. It is a sci-fi show, but it's different sci-fi from Heroes and BW.

Also, it seems like BW could be a decent size hit performer based on this one rating. Unless it collapses completely in the following weeks, NBC should be wise and use it as an achor for the evening and try to find good compatible shows.

Medium held pretty good with no virtually lead in these past two seasons,and always got more than decent demo numbers. Putting it after Heroes, could revitalize the show a bit.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Fri Sep 28, 2007 11:22 am
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
Dr. Lecter wrote:
Bionic Woman and Private Practice both seem pretty certain to get another season.

Unless Private Practice fails miserably when its lead-in isn't the biggest show of the night.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Fri Sep 28, 2007 11:19 am
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
Joe wrote:
NBC should move Bionic Woman to the post-Heroes slot. They should have scheduled it that way in the first place because they're compatible.


My thoughts as well.


Bionic Woman and Private Practice both seem pretty certain to get another season.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 8:54 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
I hope Pushing Daisies breaks out. It'd be even better to see both Daisies and Back to You get decent numbers.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 8:23 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
Spider-Man wrote:
I'm wondering if Pushing Daisies will break out. The Wednesday at 8 hour is very week. Everything but Dancing with the Stars did under 9 million, even Deal or No Deal.


Premieres of Back to You and Kid Nation (without Dancing in the mix) did close to 10 million. I think Pushing Daisies needs to at least match that (8-10 million) to be competitive. This week, both Back to You and Kid dropped to 7 million. There's no Dancing next week, so we'll see what happens.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 8:11 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
I'm wondering if Pushing Daisies will break out. The Wednesday at 8 hour is very week. Everything but Dancing with the Stars did under 9 million, even Deal or No Deal.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 5:57 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
bionic woman had the biggest marketing push ive ever seen for a tv show; it had better have gotten those numbers.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 5:19 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
Raffiki wrote:
Nice work ABC!

I wonder how well DSM will hold up in the following weeks. Everyone I know who watched it liked it. Does anyone know if it grew in the second half? I doubt it since it has PP lead-in. But if it maintains 11m+ viewers a week, I think that would be a great success for ABC.

I really wonder how Pushing Daisies is going to perform next week. Could abc have another successful night on their hands?

Pretty expected for CBS


I'll be sad if Pushing Daisies doesn't succeed next week. Truly sad.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 3:21 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
Ouch for GG. Shame, itll be cancelled by the end of the year too, always the good shows.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 2:59 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
It'll be interesting to see if Bionic Woman drops next week, and if so by how much? Same goes for Life. No Dancing of the Stars next week might be a huge benefit to both, despite the fact that both aren't generating the best word of mouth (Especially BW).

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 2:27 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
I like to add the ratings is more impressive for Bionic Woman than Private Practice given that it didnt have Dirty Dancing Stars for its lead in or was it the other way around and wasnt a spin off of a successful show

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 2:22 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
NBC should move Bionic Woman to the post-Heroes slot. They should have scheduled it that way in the first place because they're compatible.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 2:19 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
Pretty good ratings for Bionic Chick(think its just 1.0 below Heroes ratings) although the show pretty boring so I cant see it holding onto it much longer

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 2:08 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
Shack wrote:
Boy, the one hit premiere NBC gets, and the show's a piece of junk that'll lose viewers barring a miracle

No breaks


I liked Bionic Woman. Sure the writing isn't great but neither is the writing on Heroes and people still watch that junk.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 1:35 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
Boy, the one hit premiere NBC gets, and the show's a piece of junk that'll lose viewers barring a miracle

No breaks

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 12:48 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007) Overnight Ratings
Evel X wrote:
Criminal Minds and CSI:NY look okay right now, but that's down a bit from last season. Maybe the crime drama is finally dying down.


And yet Berman still declares CM a winner simply because it increased from its lead-in. How long did it take for Lost to get back in the winners column despite having crappy lead-ins while being down? Ugh.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 12:42 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
^ It does have a good pedigree (James Burrows is one of the directors!). If they keep the show focused on newsroom banter (like last night's), it should keep up. Fred Willard and Ty Burrell are too hilarious.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 12:38 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007) Overnight Ratings
Libs wrote:
Most of my friends who are huge Grey's fans didn't watch Private Practice. Some didn't know about it, some didn't care, etc. Considering that, I think it did pretty well last night. Obviously, it will need to be judged in the upcoming weeks, but if it can maintain 11-12 million viewers per week, I would say it's a success.


My mom is a HUGE Grey's fan. She hasn't liked a show this much since Melrose Place. And even she didn't really care much about watching Private Practice. I'm probably going to watch the rest of it today, but I caught the first ten minutes and it looked okay. Nothing great, nothing god-awful.

Christian wrote:
What's wrong with me? I'm actually liking Back to You. :(


Join the club. It's really not a bad show at all. And some of my issues with the pilot were kinda fixed in episode 2.

In the show's defense, I read some of the opening credits and some of the writers (including the two creators) are former writers from "Frasier".

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 12:35 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
Nice work ABC!

I wonder how well DSM will hold up in the following weeks. Everyone I know who watched it liked it. Does anyone know if it grew in the second half? I doubt it since it has PP lead-in. But if it maintains 11m+ viewers a week, I think that would be a great success for ABC.

I really wonder how Pushing Daisies is going to perform next week. Could abc have another successful night on their hands?

Pretty expected for CBS

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 12:34 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007)
What's wrong with me? I'm actually liking Back to You. :(

Dancing is gone next week so let's see how all these shows fare.

Seems like CBS' almighty procedurals have been as well (so do their other shows). Please let another network (ABC?) be number one this year!

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 12:33 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007) Overnight Ratings
Evel X wrote:
On its own, that's pretty good for Private Practice. But I thought it might get a bigger audience from Grey's. I guess not. Doesn't really bode well to start off with numbers that I thought it would end up pulling by week three or four.

Very good for Bionic Woman. NBC might have another decent hit.

Criminal Minds and CSI:NY look okay right now, but that's down a bit from last season. Maybe the crime drama is finally dying down.

Too bad for Back to You and Gossip Girl. Back to You is about as funny as a sitcom can be these days. It's no Frasier, but I'm going to keep watching. And I just plain like Gossip Girl. It's a fun guilty pleasure.


Most of my friends who are huge Grey's fans didn't watch Private Practice. Some didn't know about it, some didn't care, etc. Considering that, I think it did pretty well last night. Obviously, it will need to be judged in the upcoming weeks, but if it can maintain 11-12 million viewers per week, I would say it's a success.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 12:30 pm
Re: Wednesday (9/26/2007) Overnight Ratings
On its own, that's pretty good for Private Practice. But I thought it might get a bigger audience from Grey's. I guess not. Doesn't really bode well to start off with numbers that I thought it would end up pulling by week three or four.

Very good for Bionic Woman. NBC might have another decent hit.

Criminal Minds and CSI:NY look okay right now, but that's down a bit from last season. Maybe the crime drama is finally dying down.

Too bad for Back to You and Gossip Girl. Back to You is about as funny as a sitcom can be these days. It's no Frasier, but I'm going to keep watching. And I just plain like Gossip Girl. It's a fun guilty pleasure.


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