The Big Bang Theory, Star: The record of US audiences of the week!
Like every Saturday, it’s time to take stock of the American audiences of your favorite series. So who’s on top, who makes a flop? Discover it now!
That’s it, the majority of the series are now in winter hiatus and we find ourselves for the last record of the hearings before a moment, since the first series only come back in mid-January. This week, there was still the final mid-season of Season 7 of The Walking Dead and the launch of the new series from FOX, Star , so it’s time to see what has interested the American public. Let us start with Sunday evening and his last episode of the year, we can not say that The Walking Dead has made brightly. Although the audiences remain very good, and are even slightly higher than the previous week but with 10.58 million viewers and 5.1%, it is far from the almost 14 million that was in front of the final mid-season season 6 . Meanwhile, Showtime aired Shameless US to 1.58 million curious (0.6%), the series remains stable. Also, Emmy Rossum seems to have confirmed the renewal of Shameless US for season 8! The chain also proposed The Affair (670,000 and 0.2%) while HBO aired the season finale of Divorce (500,000 and 0.2%).
Regarding series of networks, CBS does not splurge with Madam Secretary (7.82 million and 0.7%) and Elementary (4.73 million and 0.6%) for their mid-season finals, and FOX is still better with the Last Man on Earth that brings 2.20 million people with a rate of 0.9%. CBS is catching up with its comedies since Monday night dominates the evening, despite a slight decrease in hearing, with Kevin Can Wait (7.31 million and 1.4%), Man With a Plan (6.62 million 1.2%), 2 Broke Girls (5.81 million and 1.2%) and The Odd Couple (5.23 million and 1%). In addition, Scorpio is not doing too badly with 7 million fans and 1.1% over 18-49 years. Finally, Timeless experiencing a decline with 4.81 million curious and only 1% on the target. Without This is Us on the evening of Tuesday, NCIS resumes its leading position with 14.74 million viewers and a rate of 1.7%.
For their last episodes of the year, the family comedies ABC Tuesday night, The Middle (6.39 million and 1.6%), American Housewife (5.32 million and 1.5%), Fresh Off the Boat (3.86 million and 1.2%) and The Real O’Neals (3.06 million and 0.9%) are rising. If New Girl is stable on FOX with 1.62 million curious and 0.8% over 18-49 years, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is experiencing a slight decline but remains best with 2.15 million and 0.9%. Scream Queens (1.13 million and 0.9%) also remains stable. MTV side, there were 550,000 people before the episode 5 of season 6 of Teen Wolf , with a rate of 0.3 to the target. That remains little, but the hearings date back slightly from the previous week. Wednesday night, the hearings Empire back to broadcast the final mid-season since the series attracted 7.58 million of curious for a rate of 2.7% over 18-49 years. This allowed the channel to make a rather good launch for its new series, Star which drew the attention of 6.71 million Americans with a rate of 2.2% on target.
The FOX dominates the evening, and it is obviously followed by the subsequent family comedies of ABC. Is it because it is the final mid-season or because Modern Family was proposed that night, but the audiences are up for The Goldbergs (6.20 million and 1.7%), Black- ish (5.46 million and 1.6%) and Speechless (5.46 million and 1.6%). For its part, Modern Family has gathered 6.81 million viewers with a rate of 2%. It’s the same for the final winter of Designated Survivor , who gets the perks winning 1 million viewers in one week, with a total of 6.18 million and 1.2% on the target. Meanwhile, on cable, 2.05 million Americans have followed the new episode of Vikings (0.6%) on History, while there were only 290 000 people in front of Salem , which of Was canceled by WGN America. The Big Bang Theory ended the year in beauty as there were 15.96 million viewers (3.4%) to follow the birth of Bernadette and Howard’s child! You can also find our reactions gifs to episode 11 of season 10 of The Big Bang Theory on melty. This benefits obviously the other series of CBS, The Great Indoors (8.11 million and 1.6%), Mom (8.23 million and 1.5%), Life in Pieces (6.94 million and 1.3 %) and Pure Genius (5.5 million and 0.9%). Moreover, Nashville was back for the launch of its fifth season aired now on CMT. The hearings are far from good since there were only 420,000 in front of the premieree season with a rate of 0.1%. What do you think ?