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Definitions:

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Fast Affiliate Ratings: These first national ratings, including demographics, are available at approximately 11 AM (ET) the day after telecast, and are released to subscribing customers daily. These data, from the National People Meter sample, are strictly time-period information, based on the normal broadcast network feed, and include all programming on the affiliated stations, sometimes including network programming, sometimes not. The figures may include stations that did not air the entire network feed, as well as local news breaks or cutaways for local coverage or other programming. Fast Affiliate ratings are not as useful for live programs and are likely to differ significantly from the final results, because the data reflect normal broadcast feed patterns. For example, with a World Series game, Fast Affiliate Ratings would include whatever aired from 8-11PM on affiliates in the Pacific Time Zone, following the live football game, but not game coverage that begins at 5PM PT. The same would be true of Presidential debates as well as live award shows and breaking news reports.
Rating: Estimated percentage of the universe of TV households (or other specified group) tuned to a program in the average minute. Ratings are expressed as a percent.

Share (of Audience): The percent of households (or persons) using television who are tuned to a specific program, station or network in a specific area at a specific time. (See also, Rating, which represents tuning or viewing as a percent of the entire population being measured.)

Time Shifted Viewing – Program ratings for national sources are produced in three streams of data – Live, Live+Same Day (Live+SD) and Live+7 Day. Time shifted figures account for incremental viewing that takes place with DVRs. Live+Same Day (Live+SD) include viewing during the same broadcast day as the original telecast, with a cut-off of 3:00AM local time when meters transmit daily viewing to Nielsen for processing. Live+7 Day ratings include incremental viewing that takes place during the 7 days following a telecast.

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Here are some definitions and explanations directly from Nielsen.

Common Terms:

TV HHs: the Nielsen estimate of the number of television households in the USA

PERS 2+: The Nielsen estimate for the number of people aged 2 and over in the USA

LIVE+SD: The number that watched a program either while it was broadcast OR watched via DVR on the same day the program was broadcast (kind of, see below)

LIVE+7: Same as above, but 7 days rather than 3.

Ratings: Nielsen uses a ratings point system. 1 ratings point = 1% of the Nielsen estimate for the category being measured (more detail below).

A18-49 or Adults 18-49 Ratings  - this is the advertising demographic advertisers are usually most interested in for primetime shows.  It’s the important number in terms of how well a show is doing.  Total viewers (P2+ above) don’t really make a difference.

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It is our goal to demystify the #s wherever possible. Here are some helpful numbers to keep in mind.

Nielsen uses a ratings point system. One rating point = 1% of the Nielsen universe. There are multiple Nielsen Universes.

TV HHs= Households with TVs

Pers 2+ -this is the estimate of the total number of people age 2 and over in the US for the 2007-2008 season.

These are the two basic sets of numbers that drive the generally available ratings which Nielsen releases.

Keeping in mind that a ratings point is 1% of the universe, all of the aggregate ratings you see are calculated against these two numbers. Nielsen provides ratings for both TV HHs AND Pers 2+. Since these are two different sets of numbers, the lists can be very confusing. I

If you see a HHs rating of 6.2, that means 6.2% of the households were tuned into that program. The math works like this (based on 2007-2008 Nielsen estimates):

6.2% of 112,800,000 = 6,993,600 TV HHs were tuned in.

While TV HHs are a good proxy for how many people are watching, Nielsen also tracks how many people in each household were watching a show. Sometimes you may see something with a VIEWER or Pers 2+ rating. These numbers are just a percentage of the 286,300,000 people estimate.

Different shows have different numbers of people per household watching. It’s not the same for every show. So it’s very possible for one show with less households to have more viewers. It happens all the time. Again, we seek to eliminate that complexity by focusing on viewers and ranking our lists accordingly.

Nielsen further breaks their universe estimates for Persons 2+ into age groups (2-11, 18-34, 25-54, etc.). The particular age group ranking generally available is the 18-49 demographic. For the 2007-2008 season, this equals 131,050,000 (or less than HALF of the total universe of 286,000,000).

Advertisers tend to like the 18-49 and 25-54 brackets. Currently we only have access to data segmented by 18-49.

Has your head popped off from thinking about all of this yet? If not, read on.

Time Shifted Viewing – Program ratings for national sources are produced in three streams of data – Live, Live + Same Day (Live+SD) and Live + 7 Day (Live+7). Time shifted figures account for incremental viewing that takes place with DVRs which are currently in approximately 24.4% of all U.S. TV households. Live + Same Day include viewing during the same broadcast day as the original telecast, with a cut-off of 3:00AM local time when meters transmit daily viewing to Nielsen for processing. Live+ 7 Day ratings include incremental viewing that takes place during the 7 days following a telecast.

To simplify this, if you have Heroes on your DVR that was recorded at 9pm, as long as you watch it prior to 3AM, it will count in the LIVE+SD numbers. So same day isn’t exactly the same day, but they always measure this the same, so it’s consistent. If you don’t watch until 4am (why are you still awake at 4am!?) it will not count in the LIVE+SD numbers but it will count in the LIVE+7 (live usage plus 7 days worth of DVR usage).

Households Using Television (HUT): The percentage of all television households in a survey area with one or more sets in use during a specific time period. The sum of the average ratings for a given time period will sometimes be higher than the HUT number because of households viewing multiple programs at the same time. If a household is watching two programs, it is counted toward each program rating but only once toward a HUT number.

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This is just really a frequently asked questions (FAQ) list aimed at responding to many regularly occurring questions and sentiments. This will no doubt change over time. This iteration was written January 21, 2009.

We regularly hear the same sorts of things so it seemed easier to have something to point to rather than write the same responses over and over.

1. Everyone knows Nielsen is an antiquated system that doesn’t truly measure viewing. It doesn’t count Internet streaming and downloads, or even measure out of home viewing (sports bars, for example). They should use set-top box data. My “what’s hot” screen on DirecTV looks very different than the Nielsen ratings!!

Whatever Nielsen’s flaws may be (and we’re sure there are some flaws) both the advertisers and the television networks rely on it. Nielsen’s panel attempts to statistically represent the demographic makeup of the United States. Set-top box data and DirecTV do not measure the larger population, are limited samples, and also do not offer much insight into *who* was watching (wife, husband, son, daughter, etc). Advertisers, want, need and demand specific demographic data that Nielsen provides.

For now it seems like the set-top box data is just used as a method to validate the Nielsen data, which we mostly presume that it does, otherwise we figure we’d constantly hear pot-shots from those selling the set-top box data. But we never do. The Nielsen data is the data that drives television advertising sales, and we see nothing coming down the pike soon to change that.

There are many ways to measure online viewing, the networks can get good data on this themselves from their own web servers, and Nielsen, comScore, Hitwise and others offer measurement services for Internet usage.  Update: Beginning in the first half of 2011, Nielsen plans to begin including online viewing in its commercial ratings (C3) for any viewing online within three days of original telecast, so long as the same national commercials are included.

The real problem here is that as of this writing, the networks haven’t figured out how to make much money on online viewing. iTunes downloads of specific episodes are much lower than many think. 30,000 downloads of an episode over a week, can, and more often than not does, catapult a show into the top downloads list.

When it comes to streaming, far, far more people do this than download shows on iTunes, but the networks haven’t really figured out how to make money with that yet either. It’s a challenged model when you consider that a one hour show on TV winds up with less than 1/4th the advertising in terms of commercial spots when it is viewed online. Basically, they’d need to charge 4x as much money per viewer to break even with television. Advertisers don’t want to pay 4x (surprise!) and adding more commercial spots to online streams risks alienating viewers.

Another problem is measuring who’s watching. The Nielsen system for television reports very thoroughly on that. Determining the demographic makeup of Internet usage isn’t always easy to do via web logs. Nielsen and comScore can provide such information, but then you’re right back to a panel based system that does not measure everybody.

We can all probably agree that business models are being turned on their heads and that new models must emerge, but right now, as far as what they will be, you should consult your Magic 8 Ball.

As long as the buyers and sellers of advertising rely on the data to make the buy/sell transaction, the Nielsen data will be important.

2. DVR Viewing. This show will have a lot more viewers when a week’s worth of DVR viewing is factored in!

That is true for dozens of shows. Many shows that have already been cancelled had more than a million viewers of the show via DVR. We find the DVR trends very interesting, and it’s another factor that is turning business models on their heads. But, we’re pretty sure of a few things with DVR viewing. If it’s good PR for the network, the networks will use it, but mostly it doesn’t seem to wind up meaning much.

There are three types of viewing Nielsen regularly measures and reports. Live viewing, live plus same day DVR viewing (these are the most commonly reported numbers) and live viewing plus seven days of DVR viewing. Almost all of our overnight and weekly data uses the live plus same day measurement. But we do also report some live plus seven data.

But the advertising is bought and sold based on Nielsen data we almost never see, commonly referred to as C3 or C+3 which stands for live viewing of commercials plus three days worth of commercial viewing on DVRs. That’s right, they actually measure how many are watching the commercials.

So far as we can tell DVR viewing doesn’t meaningfully add to a networks ability to make money, and more people watching shows via DVR isn’t good news for the networks.

As you might expect, most people using DVRs usually avoid commercials. As of this writing our experience has been that the C3 data doesn’t differ significantly from the live viewing, and that the relative performance of shows using the live plus same day DVR viewing is a good proxy for predicting success or failure. Particularly, the data for viewers aged 18 to 49, which brings us to..

::cringes::

3. Why all this focus on 18-34 and 18-49 year olds! It’s the people over 50 who have all the money. Why be ageist?

I know it is counter-intuitive for some people, but the focus on the younger age demographics isn’t a function of spending power or ageism, it’s a function of advertisers desire to reach younger viewers, and relative availability. It’s much, much easier to reach a 60 year old than a 25 year old via television advertising because on average a higher percentage of 60 year olds watch a higher percentage of television than 25 year olds.

Relatively speaking, the 60 year old is easy to reach and the 25 year old far more scarce. The relative scarcity of younger viewers increases both the focus and advertising premiums paid for younger viewers.

Whether this is good, bad, right or wrong, I can’t really say. I can say, at least for now, that’s the way it is.

It’s really not just about how old you are or how much money you have to spend.  It’s also about how easy it is to reach you. The easier it is to reach you, the less advertisers are willing to pay for you, the harder it is to reach you, the more they are willing to pay.

4. How do networks decide which shows to cancel and which shows to keep? Networks always sabotage the shows I like and wind up cancelling them. Why do they cancel good television in order to put on more reality crap!?!?

Bill Gorman developed a relatively simple and straightforward measure for determining the likelihood of a show being renewed or canceled, and while there are definitely some exceptions, thus far it has been highly accurate and a very good tool for predicting. How does it work? Generally speaking, it’s pretty straightforward:

For each network we look at overall prime-time season-to-date averages among 18-49 year old viewers
We then look at the season-to-date average among 18-49 year old viewers for the particular shows and compare them to the network’s average
Shows that perform way above average are kept
Shows that perform way below average are cancelled or not renewed
Shows that are average are kept
Shows that are a bit less than average but not way less than average are the interesting “on the bubble” shows. Some are kept, some are cancelled. It could go either way! It’s those shows that are a bit less than average that are the hardest to predict and seem to wind up drawing the most attention

There is no doubt that viewers often take how networks handle their favorite shows personally. But we do not believe that networks are out to sabotage particular shows. Networks love shows they can make a lot of money on, like shows they can make good money on, and don’t like shows they can’t make much money on.

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BlackBox wrote:

Why posting them here - you'll get all the information at:
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Why visit n-e? You have everything on tv.com. wink Thanks to creating the thread, not only to post ratings numbers, but mostly to comment them.

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Ok. Let's discuss.

Syfy’s new original drama series Being Human got off to a supernatural start Monday night at 9:00PM ET/PT with a 1.6 HH rating and 1.961 million total viewers (1.005 million Adults 18-49 and 984,000 Adults 25-54), and becoming the channel’s most watched scripted winter series launch since 2005.

The series about a vampire, werewolf and ghost who share a Boston brownstone and the secret of their true natures, set a network record forSyfy.  Of the 1 million Adults 18-49 tuning in, 58% (582,000) were women — the highest percentage of female viewers ever for a Syfy original scripted series telecast

Overall, with repeat airings on Syfy at 10:02PM and 11:02PM on a highly competitive night, Being Human reached an unduplicated audience of 3.8 million total viewers for the series’ debut episode (1.867 million Adults 18-49 and 1.967 million Adults 25-54).

Monday Primetime Ratings:

CBS topped the night with adults 18-49, while a new Fox line up placed second.

Chuck fans who thought it would return within its typical ratings range were vindicated, as its 2.0 adults 18-49 rating was just above its Fall new episode average and tied its season high. Moving to 9pm Monday, The Cape fell 31% vs. its double episode Sunday premiere to just a 1.8 adults 18-49 rating. While the series premiere of Harry’s Law drew a 2.1 adults 18-49 rating. Hardly a rousing start.

Fox’s House had a slightly up night after a long repeat layoff, its 3.6 adults 18-49 rating was up 6% from its last new episode on 11/22/10. Lie To Me seemed to benefit from the House return, its 1.8 rating was up 20% vs. last week.

CBS originals had a mostly even night since their last new episodes on 1/3/11. How I Met Your Mother was steady with a 3.9 adults 18-49 rating, while Rules of Engagement was down 6% to a 3.2 rating. Two and a Half Men fell 2% to a 4.6 adults 18-49 rating, while Mike & Molly increased 3% to a 3.8 rating. Hawaii Five-0?s 2.9 rating was even with its last new episode.

ABC’s The Bachelor slipped a tick, down 4% vs. last week to a 2.7 adults 18-49 rating.

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So.
Good for Chuck, bad for The Cape.

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So.
Good for Chuck, bad for The Cape.

Yes, and a decent result by Harry's Law. I'm wondering is it because a lot of elder people (49+) seen it that it got 11 million viewers and only a 2.1 rating?

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Probably.

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what the hell http://i.imgur.com/WDQay.gif

13 million people watch mike and molly?

really? http://i.imgur.com/iOod2.gif

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what the hell http://i.imgur.com/WDQay.gif

13 million people watch mike and molly?

really? http://i.imgur.com/iOod2.gif

Lol ive caught a few episodes of it on Comedy Central (UK). Its pretty good, better than Rules of engagment and 2.5 men which has gotten old and boring sad

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GodZionu wrote:

what the hell http://i.imgur.com/WDQay.gif

13 million people watch mike and molly?

really? http://i.imgur.com/iOod2.gif


Is that good or bad? wink

CBS doesn't have big problems with its comedies. Remember how shitty was Worst Week? And it still was gitting way more than 10 million viewers each Monday.

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GodZionu wrote:

what the hell http://i.imgur.com/WDQay.gif

13 million people watch mike and molly?

really? http://i.imgur.com/iOod2.gif

Not enough emoticons. Add 10 more, then it will look perfect.

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Orlando wrote:
GodZionu wrote:

what the hell http://i.imgur.com/WDQay.gif

13 million people watch mike and molly?

really? http://i.imgur.com/iOod2.gif

Not enough emoticons. Add 10 more, then it will look perfect.

what do you have against emoticons?

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My money is on the cape getting pulled around episode six and then slow burning them on the internet and on Saturdays or in the summer. Which sucks since Summer Glau needs to find a decent stable show like Nathan finally did with Castle.

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Tuesday Primetime Ratings:

Even though its line up was down across the board, CBS had no problem topping the adults 18-49 ratings on Tuesday night.

CBS’s NCIS fell 9% to a 4.1 adults 18-49 rating, while NCIS:LA was down 11% to a 3.3 rating. The Good Wife tied a series low 2.1 rating, down 9% vs. last week.

ABC’s No Ordinary Family bounced up 20% from its series low last week to a 1.8 adults 18-49 rating. And V recovered from its series low as well, up 5% to a 2.0 rating. At 10pm, a 20/20 special drew a 1.3 adults 18-49 rating, 30% better than last week’s Detroit 1-8-7.

NBC had a down night, with The Biggest Loser: Couples slipping 9% to a 2.9 adults 18-49 rating, and Parenthood 5% lower to a 2.1 rating.

Fox’s Million Dollar Money Drop rose 6% vs. it’s last new episode on 1/11/11 to a 1.9 adults 18-49 rating.

The season (and certainly series) finale of the CW’s Life Unexpected tallied 0.8 adults 18-49 ratings in both its hours. That’s down from the 0.9 rating in its last new episode, but above the 0.72 adults 18-49 rating average for all its new episodes last Fall. Its 1.3 rating in the women 18-34 demo favored by the CW was right at its prior season average.

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ritman wrote:
GodZionu wrote:

what the hell http://i.imgur.com/WDQay.gif

13 million people watch mike and molly?

really? http://i.imgur.com/iOod2.gif

Lol ive caught a few episodes of it on Comedy Central (UK). Its pretty good, better than Rules of engagment and 2.5 men which has gotten old and boring sad

How dare you sir!

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I'm glad that both ABC shows bounced back a little, although it's pretty clear that NOF and V will get cancelled. I haven't seen the new NOF episode yet, but I hope it'll better than the last two.

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GodZionu wrote:

what the hell http://i.imgur.com/WDQay.gif

13 million people watch mike and molly?

really? http://i.imgur.com/iOod2.gif

told ya tongue
it's chuck lorre after all.

i'm still watching Mike & Molly and shit my dad says and i don't feel being robbed, it's not great but not that bad either

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Daemonius wrote:
ritman wrote:

Lol ive caught a few episodes of it on Comedy Central (UK). Its pretty good, better than Rules of engagment and 2.5 men which has gotten old and boring sad

How dare you sir!

got to agree with you, i find 2,5 men also funnier

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these numbers are amazing. i have never payed attention to those and now it's jawdropping for me.
over 20 million watch NCIS.


like really?

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Old people.
Well, years ago the average number was a lot bigger. The first 10 seasons of ER had ~20 mln rating.

It's all because of the intergoogles.

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Wednesday Primetime Ratings:

The 10th season of American Idol premiered down 18% among adults 18-49, drawing a 9.7 rating compared to the 11.8 rating for last year’s Tuesday premiere. Idol’s 26.1 million average viewers was down 13% from last year’s premiere 29.945 million. That’s more than the 10-15% seasonal ratings decline that has been typical in recent seasons.

ABC was mostly down against Idol competition as The Middle’s 2.7 adults 18-49 rating fell 10% vs. last week. Better With You’s 2.2 rating was 12% below its last new episode two weeks ago. Modern Family’s 4.6 rating was up from it’s 4.2 rating last week during the Tucson memorial Wednesday jumble, but down from the 4.8 rating the week before. Cougar Town’s 2.5 rating was down 11% vs. its last new episode two weeks ago. Off The Map’s second outing fell 9% (not bad) to a 2.1 adults 18-49 rating (not good).

Poor Paula, her Live To Dance fell 33% to just a 1.0 adults 18-49 rating, far worse than even the repeats of Old Christine and Gary Unmarried did vs. Idol last season. Criminal Minds hadn’t had a new episode since December, and its 2.8 rating on return was down 15% vs. its last original. Blue Bloods 2.0 rating for its Wednesday timeslot premiere was unimpressive, just 11% above its Friday night average, and will likely be CBS’s lowest rated non-Friday show of the week.

On NBC, Minute To Win It’s 1.6 rating was up 14% vs. the Tucson jumbled episode last week. The Wednesday timeslot premiere of Chase flopped in with just a 1.0 adults 18-49 rating. Perhaps weighed down by Chase, Law & Order: SVU struggled at 10pm with just a 2.3 adults 18-49 rating, down 8% vs. last Wednesday.

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Monday Cable Ratings:

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Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family, 8pm)
- 2.992 million viewers
- 1.8/3 HH
- 1.2/3 A18-49
- 2.6/7 W18-34
- 3.8/11 T12-17

Greek (ABC Family)
- 0.915 million viewers
- 0.5/1 HH
- 0.4/1 A18-49
- 1.0/2 W18-34
- 0.7/2 T12-17

Intervention (A&E, 9pm)
- 1.737 million viewers
- 1.1/2 HH
- 0.9/2 A18-49

Heavy (A&E, 10pm, 57 minutes)
- 2.459 million viewers
- 1.6/3 HH
- 1.2/3 A18-49

American Chopper: Senior vs Junior (DISC, 9pm)
- 2.492 million viewers
- 1.5/2 HH
- 1.1/3 A18-49

Fashion Police: 2011 Golden Globes (E!)
- 1.314 million viewers
- 0.9/2 HH
- 0.6/2 A18-49

American Pickers (HIST)
- 5.763 million viewers
- 3.4/5 HH
- 1.7/4 A18-49

Pawn Stars (HIST, 10pm)
- 5.954 million viewers
- 3.6/6 HH
- 2.2/6 A18-49

Pawn Stars (HIST, 10:30pm)
- 6.021 million viewers
- 3.7/6 HH
- 2.3/6 A18-49

Jersey Shore (MTV, 9pm)
- 7.697 million viewers
- 4.7/7 HH
- 3.9/10 A18-49
- 7.0/18 W18-34
- 7.3/21 T12-17

Skins (MTV)
- 3.255 million viewers
- 2.2/4 HH
- 1.5/4 A18-49
- 2.7/8 W18-34
- 4.1/14 T12-17

Victorious (NICK, 8pm)
- 3.579 million viewers
- 2.2/3 HH
- 0.6/2 A18-49
- 2.5/8 T12-17
- 4.7/15 K2-11

Victorious (NICK, 8:30pm)
- 3.603 million viewers
- 2.2/3 HH
- 0.6/2 A18-49
- 3.1/9 T12-17
- 4.5/15 K2-11

Bag Girls Club (OXYG, 8pm)
- 1.492 million viewers
- 0.9/1 HH
- 0.7/2 A18-49
- 1.4/4 W18-34

Being Human (SYFY, 9pm, 62 minutes)
- 1.961 million viewers
- 1.3/2 HH
- 0.8/2 A18-49

Cake Boss: The Next Great Baker (TLC, 9pm)
- 2.027 million viewers
- 1.1/2 HH
- 0.7/2 A18-49

NBA Game (TNT, 8:16pm, 158 minutes)
- 2.618 million viewers
- 1.7/3 HH
- 1.0/3 A18-49

NBA Game (TNT, 10:54pm, 150 minutes)
- 2.430 million viewers
- 1.6/4 HH
- 1.1/4 A18-49

WWE Raw (USA, 9pm)
- 4.799 million viewers
- 2.7/4 HH
- 1.7/4 A18-49

WWE Raw (USA, 10pm, 68 minutes)
- 5.250 million viewers
- 2.9/5 HH
- 1.9/5 A18-49

You’re Cut Off (VH1, 9pm)
- 0.559 million viewers
- 0.4/1 HH
- 0.2/1 A18-49

The X-Life (VH1, 10pm)
- 0.379 million viewers
- 0.3/0 HH
- 0.2/0 A18-49

The X-Life (VH1, 10:30pm, 31 minutes)
- 0.386 million viewers
- 0.3/0 HH
- 0.2/1 A18-49

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So.

Chase - dead.
Blue Bloods - not that good, almost as good as on Friday.
Off The Map - falling down. Good.
ABC comedies are doing well. Glad that BWY is the lowest rated show. smile

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I'm surprised that Skins US performed so well since the pilot was HORRIBLE (Pimp My Ride horrible). Too bad AI is back because it'll start destroying everything on its way. I won't miss Chase, but other (better) shows will probable suffer in the upcoming weeks because of the reality crap.

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Tuesday Cable Ratings:

The premiere of USA’s White Collar was down a tick to a 1.3 adults 18-49 rating from it’s September summer finale’s 1.4 and 3.810 million viewers from the summer finale’s 4.715 million, but that seemed likely considering the recent winter season performance of Burn Notice.

BET’s The Game was down to a 2.8 adults 18-49 rating vs. its premiere’s 3.6 rating, but still crazy high for a cable sitcom and lead all cable shows on the night.

FX’s Light’s Out fell from its premiere to a 0.4 adults 18-49 rating (vs. 0.6) and 921,000 viewers (vs. 1.487). For comparison, Terriers second episode drew the same 0.4 adults 18-49 rating, but only 822,000 viewers.

Teen Mom’s 2.1 adults 18-49 rating was up from last week’s 1.9.

Southland’s 0.7 adults 18-49 rating was up a tenth from last week.

Tosh.0?s 1.9 adults 18-49 rating was down two tenths from last week.

SPOILER Show
    The Game (BET, 10pm, 30 minutes)
    - 5.941 million viewers
    - 3.0/5 HH
    - 2.8/8 A18-49
    - 4.7/13 W18-34

    Let’s Stay Together (BET)
    - 3.520 million viewers
    - 1.9/3 HH
    - 1.6/5 A18-49

    Tosh.0 (CMDY, 10pm)
    - 3.113 million viewers
    - 1.8/3 HH
    - 1.9/5 A18-49
    - 3.4/11 M18-34

    Onion Sportsdome (CMDY)
    - 1.182 million viewers
    - 0.8/1 HH
    - 0.7/2 A18-49
    - 1.3/4 M18-34

    Dirty Jobs (DISC, 9pm)
    - 1.756 million viewers
    - 1.1/2 HH
    - 0.7/2 A18-49

    Auction Kings (DISC, 10pm)
    - 1.717 million viewers
    - 1.1/2 HH
    - 0.6/2 A18-49

    Auction Kings (DISC, 10:30pm)
    - 1.768 million viewers
    - 1.1/2 HH
    - 0.7/2 A18-49

    Chopped (FOOD)
    - 1.959 million viewers
    - 1.3/2 HH
    - 0.7/2 A18-49

    Lights Out (FX, 62 minutes)
    - 0.921 million viewers
    - 0.6/1 HH
    - 0.4/1 A18-49

    Teen Mom (MTV, 10pm)
    - 3.656 million viewers
    - 2.5/4 HH
    - 2.1/6 A18-49
    - 5.1/25 W18-34

    Glory Daze (TBS)
    - 1.053 million viewers
    - 0.8/1 HH
    - 0.6/2 A18-49

    What Not to Wear (TLC, 9pm)
    - 1.240 million viewers
    - 0.9/1 HH
    - 0.4/1 A18-49

    Southland (TNT)
    - 2.111 million viewers
    - 1.3/2 HH
    - 0.7/2 A18-49

    Hardcore Pawn (TRU, 10pm)
    - 2.205 million viewers
    - 1.4/2 HH
    - 0.9/2 A18-49

    Hardcore Pawn (TRU, 10:30pm)
    - 1.890 million viewers
    - 1.3/2 HH
    - 0.8/2 A18-49

    White Collar (USA)
    - 3.810 million viewers
    - 2.4/4 HH
    - 1.3/4 A18-49

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