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Author:  Plot [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 10:06 am ]
Post subject:  Monday (9/24/07)

As some of you have probably noticed, there are some days where I have been late with posting the ratings, due to my new class schedule. On those days (like today), I'll post the overnight results that are available earlier in the morning. When I next get the chance, I'll update the thread with viewer numbers unless they have already been posted.
Source: http://pifeedback.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/ ... 7#41810327

1. "Dancing With the Stars" (ABC) 14.0/21
2. "CSI: Miami" (CBS) 10.9/17
3. "Two and a Half Men" (CBS) 9.1/13
4. "Heroes" (NBC) 8.8/13
5. "Rules of Engagement" (CBS) 8.0/12
6. "Journeyman" (NBC) 6.8/11
7. "Chuck" (NBC) 6.4/10
8. "The Bachelor" (ABC) 6.3/10
9. "How I Met Your Mother" (CBS) 6.2/10
10. "The Big Bang Theory" (CBS) 6.2/9
11. "Prison Break" (FOX) 4.7/7
12. "K-Ville" (FOX) 4.5/7
13. "Everybody Hates Chris" (R, CW) 1.5/2
14. "The Game" (R, CW) 1.5/2
15. "Girlfriends" (R, CW) 1.4/2

Total Viewers

1. "Dancing With the Stars" (ABC) 21.19
2. "CSI: Miami" (CBS) 17.62
3. "Heroes" (NBC) 14.12
4. "Two and a Half Men" (CBS) 13.44
5. "Rules of Engagement" (CBS) 12.08
6. "The Big Bang Theory" (CBS) 9.57
7. "The Bachelor" (ABC) 9.57
8. "Journeyman" (NBC) 9.48
9. "Chuck" (NBC) 9.28
10. "How I Met Your Mother" (CBS) 8.27
11. "Prison Break" (FOX) 7.28
12. "K-Ville" (FOX) 6.17
13. "Everybody Hates Chris" (R, CW) 1.82
14. "The Game" (R, CW) 1.77
15. "Girlfriends" (R, CW) 1.56

Author:  Riggs [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 10:12 am ]
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Solid for Heroes, could have been better though.

Author:  Eagle [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 10:12 am ]
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That doesn't seem so good for Heroes.

Author:  Christian [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 10:13 am ]
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WTF Heroes was down from last year's premiere. :| I guess Dancing really affects it than we'd like to think. I'd guess its demo numbers would be solid though.

Meanwhile, Prison Break didn't dip further as I thought it would.

Author:  jujubee [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 10:17 am ]
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Plot wrote:
As some of you have probably noticed, there are some days where I have been late with posting the ratings, due to my new class schedule. On those days (like today), I'll post the overnight results that are available earlier in the morning. When I next get the chance, I'll update the thread with viewer numbers unless they have already been posted.

I feel bad that you are the only one responsible for posting the numbers. I'm sure you don't mind, but would it be easier to make up a schedule of two or three people who can post them?

Author:  _axiom [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 11:52 am ]
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Chuck didn't do that good. Journeyman also. It looks like NBC will pair up some new shows next year with Heroes.

Author:  Christian [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 11:58 am ]
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jujubee wrote:
Plot wrote:
As some of you have probably noticed, there are some days where I have been late with posting the ratings, due to my new class schedule. On those days (like today), I'll post the overnight results that are available earlier in the morning. When I next get the chance, I'll update the thread with viewer numbers unless they have already been posted.

I feel bad that you are the only one responsible for posting the numbers. I'm sure you don't mind, but would it be easier to make up a schedule of two or three people who can post them?


I agree! Some days, other people have posted the numbers so it should be like a revolving door.

Author:  Christian [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:01 pm ]
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be.redy wrote:
Chuck didn't do that good. Journeyman also. It looks like NBC will pair up some new shows next year with Heroes.


NBC really can't get a break. At least they have football in the fall (and Heroes all-season).

Author:  Jonathan [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:06 pm ]
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Christian wrote:
be.redy wrote:
Chuck didn't do that good. Journeyman also. It looks like NBC will pair up some new shows next year with Heroes.


NBC really can't get a break. At least they have football in the fall (and Heroes all-season).


And The Office on iTunes. Oh wait... :whistle:

Low for HIMYM, but I'm just gonna blame DWTS and its undervalued juggernaut abilities.

Author:  El Maskado [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:19 pm ]
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Quite a big drop for Prison Break :disgust: while crappy shows like DWTS get huge ratings(cant believe people like watching has beens or surreal life rejects dancing in the show). I did expect higher for Chuck and looked like it got low ratings too which is a shame.

Author:  Libs [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:19 pm ]
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HIMYM makes me sad. :(

Author:  Christian [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:25 pm ]
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Heroes got 14.12 million (last year was 14.09). Whew! Amazing demo numbers again as always.

Author:  Christian [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:27 pm ]
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Roid wrote:
Quite a big drop for Prison Break :disgust: while crappy shows like DWTS get huge ratings(cant believe people like watching has beens or surreal life rejects dancing in the show). I did expect higher for Chuck and looked like it got low ratings too which is a shame.


The good thing for Prison Break is it didn't drop further from last week's premiere (I think it was 7.4 million), but it looks to be down about 1.5 million from last year. Again, DwtS effect.

Author:  Libs [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:38 pm ]
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I swear, it's not fair HIMYM averages 8 million viewers (which doesn't seem as bad as Marc Berman always makes it sound). It never got the post-Two and a Half Men time slot.

Author:  Christian [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:50 pm ]
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Libs wrote:
I swear, it's not fair HIMYM averages 8 million viewers (which doesn't seem as bad as Marc Berman always makes it sound). It never got the post-Two and a Half Men time slot.

Ewww... Rules of Engagement got 12 million. :grrr:

Author:  Squee [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:56 pm ]
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Rules of Engagement is better, though. I mean, it has David Spade. And that guy from Seinfeld. It has to be.

Author:  _axiom [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:56 pm ]
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The viewer numbers and the demos are posted on pifeedback. Heroes had an amazing demo number. Just WOW. Much bigger than last season despite having the same number of viewers (maybe it goes up in the finals). Everything else (besides DWtS) was pretty much below last year and the new shows were somewhat disappointing.

Author:  Christian [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 1:01 pm ]
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The trend from last spring continues - viewership is down due to increased competition with cable and non-live viewing.

Author:  Jonathan [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 1:05 pm ]
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Christian wrote:
Libs wrote:
I swear, it's not fair HIMYM averages 8 million viewers (which doesn't seem as bad as Marc Berman always makes it sound). It never got the post-Two and a Half Men time slot.

Ewww... Rules of Engagement got 12 million. :grrr:


I'm guessing that's more due to people tuning out of DWTS and wanting to watch something else. Heroes actually went up 10% in its second half. The users over PIFeedback meanwhile believe it's just proving how much it's earned the timeslot. :roll:

Author:  Dr. Lecter [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 1:18 pm ]
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Hmm, I find it slighgtly disappointing for Heroes, as far as my own expectations go, but overall it's okay. Loks like there's no "Lost"-effect as it didn' get a great ratings boost from last season. I blame it partially on the disappointing finale! It'll probably end up averaging 11-12 million viewers throughout the season.

Prison Break sure looks like it'll be its final season.

Author:  Jonathan [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 1:28 pm ]
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Dr. Lecter wrote:
Hmm, I find it slighgtly disappointing for Heroes, as far as my own expectations go, but overall it's okay. Loks like there's no "Lost"-effect as it didn' get a great ratings boost from last season. I blame it partially on the disappointing finale! It'll probably end up averaging 11-12 million viewers throughout the season.


I think Lost had two big things going for it: a major cliffhanger (What's in the hatch/fate of the rafters >>>>>>>>>> Hiro ending up in 17th Century Japan) and the Emmy win just 3 days prior. Plus, judging from the increase in the second half, DWTS is once again cutting into its audience, whereas Lost had like, nothing in terms of competition. Considering those circumstances, That's a pretty decent number.

Author:  Shack [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 1:33 pm ]
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About what I expected for Chuck, nothing spectacular, but on NBC it'll be enough to survive.

Heroes... a bit low.

Author:  Mister Ecks [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 2:16 pm ]
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Heroes seems about on par with the second half of Season 1. Wasn't it pulling in like 11-12 million per episode in the second half? I think 14 mill is pretty good. It might need to start from scratch in terms of WOM, but it could build back up to 16-17 mill throughout the season.

Author:  Christian [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 2:26 pm ]
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Evel X wrote:
Heroes seems about on par with the second half of Season 1. Wasn't it pulling in like 11-12 million per episode in the second half? I think 14 mill is pretty good. It might need to start from scratch in terms of WOM, but it could build back up to 16-17 mill throughout the season.


I believe the episodes leading up to the finale did 11-12 million (when, surprise, Dancing returned in March) while anything before that was consistent 14-15 million.

Author:  Joker's Thug #3 [ Tue Sep 25, 2007 4:57 pm ]
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Well I dont watch a TON of tv, but if I didnt check by DVR for scheduling to create a series recording for Heroes I would have no clue when it started, NBC dropped the ball marketing Heroes from what i've seen, they seemed to busy hyping the shit out of Chuck.

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