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 Topic review - The Tuesday Ratings Thread: 9/25 
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Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2006 3:58 pm
Mr. X wrote:
"Standoff" haters!! :cry:


First episode was pretty decent but during the 2nd and 3rd episode the team of Ron Livingston and that Helen Hunt/Elisabeth Shue look alike got really annoying especially her delivery of "I got your money!"

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2006 3:51 pm
"Standoff" haters!! :cry:

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2006 1:58 pm
Why would they move a show that isn't doing well to begin with to 8, without any lead-in? Oh, right. Because this is Fox.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2006 1:29 pm
jujubee wrote:
So Standoff will be gone by then?


HAH! I WISH! :sad: Supposedly when Prison Break goes on hiatus, it moves to Monday at 8. But I guess for now, it will be Tuesday at 8. If ratings don't improve by then... HAHAHA

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2006 1:26 pm
So Standoff will be gone by then?

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2006 1:15 pm
Spider-Man wrote:
tina_als_girl wrote:
Don't forget that House is currently not in its normal time, too. I think it'll do better once it goes back to 9pm/8pm Central.

Joy


This is its normal time. It only moves back to 9 when American Idol returns. This is its timeslot through at least early January.


It is not currently in its normal time. Its normal time has been, even when AI is not on, 9pm/8pm Central. It is currently on at 8pm/7pm Central.

And Christian is correct: House will be moving back to its regular time when it comes back after the stupid baseball break.

Joy

Reply with quote Post Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2006 10:44 am
Spider-Man wrote:
tina_als_girl wrote:
Don't forget that House is currently not in its normal time, too. I think it'll do better once it goes back to 9pm/8pm Central.

Joy


This is its normal time. It only moves back to 9 when American Idol returns. This is its timeslot through at least early January.


I *thought* it was supposed to move back to 9 PM after playoffs, October 31st to be exact.

Anyway, House is doing fine. At the same point last year, it was around 13 million as well. It dipped to 12 million when Commander in Chief was still pretty hot. The premiere last year was 16 million, so the 19 million this year wwould help its average.

Hi guys. :smile:

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 10:53 pm
tina_als_girl wrote:
Don't forget that House is currently not in its normal time, too. I think it'll do better once it goes back to 9pm/8pm Central.

Joy


This is its normal time. It only moves back to 9 when American Idol returns. This is its timeslot through at least early January.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 10:07 pm
Don't forget that House is currently not in its normal time, too. I think it'll do better once it goes back to 9pm/8pm Central.

Joy

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 10:05 pm
Hmm, you're pretty much right, jujubee. In fact, it did better in the 18-49 demo. These are fast national comparisons from thefutoncritic.com.

Last night's numbers: "House" (households: 8.2/13; adults 18-49: 5.8)

This time last year: "House" (households: 8.4/13; adults 18-49: 4.9)

Still though, House got monster ratings after AI last year. I expected more to follow it to Season 3. They did in week 1, but since DWTS came back (probably taking away a major similar fanbase from House), it's being pounded.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 10:00 pm
Correct me if I'm wrong, but these numbers are better for House than they were this time last year. AI gave it a huge boost, which it managed to keep for its premiere, but now it's leveling out to higher than it was the first half of last season, but lower than the second half.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 9:57 pm
"House" is getting pounded into smithereens (an awesome pun if it aired opposite "Smith") by Dancing With The Stars. NCIS and Deal or No Deal are probably doing their own small damage too.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 9:53 pm
Spider-Man wrote:
With the majority of CBS's line up off from last season I wonder if Thursday will follow suit causing CSI to lose out to Grey's Anatomy.


Lose viewers probably, but I think CSI will still prevail over GA.

What I was getting to on House though is that it has dropped a lot since last year. Didn't they get like 20 million viewers for the finale? I know AI helped it, maybe that's it.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 9:30 pm
With the majority of CBS's line up off from last season I wonder if Thursday will follow suit causing CSI to lose out to Grey's Anatomy.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 9:26 pm
Surprised at the somewhat lackluster ratings for CBS' lineup. House's ratings are fine and its quality is better than ever right now.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 9:12 pm
I'm ahppy with these numbers. :biggrin:

CBS is definitely showing a little decline and their debuts, thus far, have not been impressive at all. I know Smith was something they were counting on with its big blockbuster-like budget and cast.

House sropped considerably again... this show fluctuates way too much. I thought last season it had established itself pretty well without Idol.

I think it might be a close race between the 3 networks this week for the top spot. Thursday night is gonna be REALLY interesting.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 7:22 pm
Standoff will probably air its 13 episodes and be done with. I'm sad Smith didn't do so well. It was actually a good show.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 7:16 pm
Hmm, CBS is not off to a great start. Not exactly poor but most of their shows seem down a few million viewers. I remember NCIS & The Unit pulling 15 million viewers and then some last season.

And the cancellation clock is ticking for Standoff. Smith is also not long for this tv world.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 3:25 pm
Didnt seem so on monday although I really hate CBS geriatric monday lineup, it looks like CBS was ahead of NBC with the David Caruso show and 2.5 Men

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 3:21 pm
El_Masked_fuerte_grande wrote:
Libs wrote:
NBC actually beat CBS again last night, it would be interesting if that continued.

Nothing to brag about if all they do is just put a bunch of Law & Order series in those time slots. Why dont they just call it the L & O channel since they dont have any major hits anymore other the L&O shows


NBC arguably has the strongest lineup of new shows of any network.

Let's see how those do before we doom them to failure yet again, especially since they've defeated dominant CBS two nights in a row.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 3:19 pm
Libs wrote:
NBC actually beat CBS again last night, it would be interesting if that continued.

Nothing to brag about if all they do is just put a bunch of Law & Order series in those time slots. Why dont they just call it the L & O channel since they dont have any major hits anymore other the L&O shows

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 3:14 pm
Positive Jon wrote:
Plot wrote:
A 1.5 million viewer loss isn't that much, considering the added new episodes of NCIS and Deal or No Deal, which are pretty much direct competition. Dancing with the stars actually lost more viewers than House did.


Well, a large drop is expected from week 1 to week 2, not week 2 to 3, especially when you already had a large drop. Still, I think House will recover when it moves back to 9 after baseball.


OK, let's see here.

Week #1: House has no competition.
Week #2: House has monstrous Dancing With the Stars to compete with.
Week #3: House now has monstrous DWTS, respectable Deal or No Deal and NCIS.

It's slide from week 2 to 3 *was* expected, I think.

NBC actually beat CBS again last night, it would be interesting if that continued.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 2:23 pm
Plot wrote:
A 1.5 million viewer loss isn't that much, considering the added new episodes of NCIS and Deal or No Deal, which are pretty much direct competition. Dancing with the stars actually lost more viewers than House did.


Well, a large drop is expected from week 1 to week 2, not week 2 to 3, especially when you already had a large drop. Still, I think House will recover when it moves back to 9 after baseball.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 1:55 pm
A 1.5 million viewer loss isn't that much, considering the added new episodes of NCIS and Deal or No Deal, which are pretty much direct competition. Dancing with the stars actually lost more viewers than House did.

Reply with quote Post Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2006 1:32 pm
Wow, House dropped quite a bit from last week.


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