Thursday, June 30, 2016

2007 Cable Ratings Averages: HLN & Lifetime & LMN Programming

This table includes every program that aired on HLN, Lifetime, & LMN in the year 2007, along with the number of telecasts, the duration of the telecasts (in minutes), and the average age of a person who watched the show during its many telecasts. The table also includes the average number of Females 18-34, Males 18-34, Households, People 18-49, and Females 2+ who watched over the course of the year. I hope you enjoy the data, Military Channel & MSNBC is next!

Weekly Top Twitter Ratings: Week of May 24 - May 30, 2016

Top 35 Shows on Twitter: Week Ending May 30, 2016

More Twitter ratings since I'm behind! THE VOICE finished with 155,000 total tweets composed by 61,000 people, and GAME OF THRONES stayed in 4th place for the second week in a row, with 137,000 tweets & 58,000 authors. The ROOTS miniseries began with a solid 96,000 tweets on Memorial Day and had was strong with 30,000 authors. THE NATIONAL SPELLING BEE surprisingly did very well; it brought in 140,000 tweets (94,000 authors) which was good enough for third among the week. On a slow Sunday, VEEP was able to make the list for the first time ever, though it only had 3,000 tweets & 2,000 authors.

2007 Cable Ratings Averages: History Programming

This table includes every program that aired on History in the year 2007, along with the number of telecasts, the duration of the telecasts (in minutes), and the average age of a person who watched the show during its many telecasts. The table also includes the average number of Females 18-34, Males 18-34, Households, People 18-49, and Females 2+ who watched over the course of the year. I hope you enjoy the data, HLN, Lifetime, & LMN is next!

Weekly Top Twitter Ratings: Week of May 17 - 23, 2016

Top 35 Shows on Twitter: Week Ending May 23, 2016

In the week ending May 23, the BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS dominated with 1.77 million tweets, and 495,000 authors. This was easily on top of THE VOICE's 1.1 million tweets/201,000 authors and EMPIRE finale's 402,000 tweets & 101,000 authors. THE BACHELORETTE began its eleventh season with 326,000 tweets and 139,000 authors which put GAME OF THRONES into 4th place with 307,000 tweets & 136,000 authors. Finally, the series finale of BANSHEE, on Cinemax, had about 12,000 tweet with 5,000 authors.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

U.S. Broadcast TV Ratings: Week Ending June 26, 2016

Below are the broadcast TV ratings for the week ending June 26, 2016. The first chart includes ratings based on households (HH), adults 18-34, adults 18-49, adults 25-54, and total viewers (presented in millions) while the second chart presents sub-demographic ratings (divided by gender) for adults 18-34 and adults 18-49. Note: most reruns are excluded from the chart below and PUT data was not available for the summer season.

Friday, June 24, 2016

Live+7 Ratings: Week Ending June 5, 2016

Below are the Live+7 day DVR ratings for the week ending June 5, 2016. There are two charts below: the first includes time-shifted data for programs that aired on the broadcast networks, and the second includes time-shifted data for programs that aired on cable networks. There are columns for both 18-49 increase and for total viewership increase and while many programs will have data provided for both metrics, some programs will only have data for one or the other depending on what was available.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

U.S. Broadcast TV Ratings: Week Ending June 19, 2016

Below are the broadcast TV ratings for the week ending June 19, 2016. The first chart includes ratings based on households (HH), adults 18-34, adults 18-49, adults 25-54, and total viewers (presented in millions) while the second chart presents sub-demographic ratings (divided by gender) for adults 18-34 and adults 18-49. Note: most reruns are excluded from the chart below and PUT data was not available for the summer season.

Friday, June 17, 2016

Live+7 DVR Ratings: Week Ending May 29, 2016

Below are the Live+7 day DVR ratings for the week ending May 29, 2016. There are two charts below: the first includes time-shifted data for programs that aired on the broadcast networks, and the second includes time-shifted data for programs that aired on cable networks. There are columns for both 18-49 increase and for total viewership increase and while many programs will have data provided for both metrics, some programs will only have data for one or the other depending on what was available.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

U.S. Broadcast TV Ratings: Week Ending June 12, 2016

Below are the broadcast TV ratings for the week ending June 12, 2016. The first chart includes ratings based on households (HH), adults 18-34, adults 18-49, adults 25-54, and total viewers (presented in millions) while the second chart presents sub-demographic ratings (divided by gender) for adults 18-34 and adults 18-49. Note: most reruns are excluded from the chart below and PUT data was not available for the summer season.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

U.S. Broadcast TV Ratings: Week Ending June 5, 2016

Below are the broadcast TV ratings for the week ending June 5, 2016. The first chart includes ratings based on households (HH), adults 18-34, adults 18-49, adults 25-54, and total viewers (presented in millions) while the second chart presents sub-demographic ratings (divided by gender) for adults 18-34 and adults 18-49. Note: most reruns are excluded from the chart below and PUT data was not available for the summer season.

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

U.S. Broadcast TV Ratings: Week Ending May 29, 2016

Below are the broadcast TV ratings for the week ending May 29, 2016. The first chart includes ratings based on households (HH), adults 18-34, adults 18-49, adults 25-54, and total viewers (presented in millions) while the second chart presents sub-demographic ratings (divided by gender) for adults 18-34 and adults 18-49. Note: most reruns are excluded from the chart below and PUT data was not available for the summer season.