The Originals, The Walking Dead, Gray’s Anatomy
Like every week, it’s time to take stock of the American audiences of your favorite series. So who is at the top, who makes a flop? Discover it now!
While Season 7 of The Walking Dead is coming to an end , it’s time to take stock of the scores of your favorite series this week. Sunday : NCIS: Los Angeles continued strength on CBS with 11.17 million fans and a rate of 1.6% is up from last week, as The Walking Dead (10.54 million and 4, 9%) on AMC which keeps the best rate of the evening . On the same channel, Into The Badlands remains relatively stable for the beginning of its second season with 3.41 million curious and a rate of 1.5%. On ABC Once Upon A Time enjoys a slight increase (2.85 million and 0.9%) but American Crime is down (1.62 million and 0.3%). FOX proposed Family Guy (2.17 million and 1%), Last Man on Earth (1.97 million and 0.9%), Bob’s Burger (1.9 million and 0.9%) and Of Making History down slightly (1.54 million and 0.7%). On CBS Madam Secretary followed NCIS with a good increase (8.77 million and 1.1%) as did Elementary (5.16 million and 0.8%).
On NBC drama fans were served with a new episode of Chicago Justice (5.8 million and 1%) and Shades of Blue (4.36 million and 0.8%). Meanwhile, on HBO, there was episode 6 of Big Little Lies – the penultimate of the season – which attracted 1.39 million curious and a 0.5% rate, a slight rise , as did Girls (680,000 and 0.3 %) but Crashing suffers a drop with 450,000 viewers and 0.2% of the target audience. On Showtime Homeland (1.43 million and 0.5%) and Billions (920,000 and 0.3%) were also broadcast. On FX Feud continued up slightly with 1,
Monday : CBS dominates the evening with a new episode of Superior Donuts up slightly (5.28 million and 1.1%) and The Great Indoors (4.12 million and 1%). On NBC Taken, there was a slight increase (5.04 million and 1%) while on the CW Supergirl was also up (2.21 million and 0.7%) and Jane the Virgin remained stable (890,000 and 0.3 %). Season 2 of Quantico continued to decline (3.15 million and 0.7%) as did Bates Motel (1.3 million and 0.5%). The FOX offered the suite of 24 Legacy which attracted a little fewer viewers (3.23 million) but a better rate (0.9%) and APB suffered a small decline (2, 79 million and 0.6%). On Freeform Baby Daddy (500,000 and 0.3%) and Young and Hungry (430,000 and 0.2%) were also broadcast.
Tuesday : The police shows were in the spotlight with an episode of NCIS on CBS which gathered 14.35 million fans and a rate of 1.6%. The channel also offered Bull (10.9 million and 1.3%) and NCIS: New Orleans (9.17 million and 1.1%). On NBC Chicago Fire continues to fall now that This Is Us is finished (6.68 million and 1.4%) as well as the new series of the channel, Trial and Error (3.23 million and 0.8%) . The CW superheroes are also down as The Flash has attracted a little fewer fans than its musical episode (2.39 million and 0.9%) as well as Legends of Tomorrow (1.59 million and 0.5%). . On the FOX, The Mick enjoys a slight rise (2, 41 million and 0.9%) as was The New Girl (2.16 million and 0.9%). On the FX, The Americans attracted 890,000 curious visitors including 0.3% of the target audience. The Fosters (690,000 and 0.3%) and Switched at Birth (470,000 and 0.2%) were also broadcast on Freeform.
Wednesday : This is FOX that performs the best audiences and the best rates despite a small drop through Empire (6.91 million and 2.4%), broadcast just after Shots Fired , the new series of the chain that drew This week 3.77 million curious for a rate of 1%. On ABC, comedies continue with Modern Family (6.79 million and 2.1%), The Goldbergs (6.07 million and 1.7%), Black-ish (4.93 million and 1.5%) and Pilot of the new series Imaginary Mary who made a correct score attracting 5.39 million curious for 1.4% on the target audience. Designated Survivor closed the evening with a tiny drop (5, 15 million) and a stable rate of 1.1%. On the CW, Arrow is up (1.55 million and 0.5%) as is The 100 (970,000 and 0.3%). CBS proposed a new episode of Criminal Minds (6.88 million and 1.2%) and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (4.97 million and 0.9%). Meanwhile , on the NBC, only Blindspot was up slightly (4.32 million and 0.9%), while less viewers were attracted by Chicago PD (6.10 million) and Law and Order SVU (5 million) Stable rates of 1.2% and 1.1%. On the FX Legion ended at 810,000 viewers and a stable rate of 0.4%. Major Crimes (2.44 million and 0.3%),
Thursday : The TGIT continued on ABC with episode 18 of season 13 of Gray’s Anatomy which attracted a little fewer viewers but has a better rate than last week (7.62 million and 2%). It was followed by Scandal up (5.57 million and 1.5%) and The Catch (3.4 million and 0.8%). On CBS once is not customary and it is a new episode of The Big Bang Theory that 12.78 million fans (2.6%) were able to find after two weeks of pause , followed by The Great Indoors (6 , Followed by Mom (7.03 million and 1.2%) and Life in Pieces (5.59 million and 1.1% respectively). Chicago Med continued on NBC (6, 01 million and 0.9%) as well as The Blacklist: Redemption (3.99 million and 0.8%) and Powerless (1.81 million and 0.5%). Supernatural (1.71 million and 0.6%) and Riverdale (990,000 and 0.4 %) were broadcast on the CW, while on the US, Colony was up slightly with 820,000 fans and 0.3% among the 18 -49 years.
Friday : On the CW, the new season of The Originals continued in front of 1.04 million fans for a rate of 0.4% followed by Reign which continues its last season (730 000 and 0.2%) in light Decrease. MacGyver (6.7 million and 0.9%), Hawaii Five-0 (8.65 million and 1%) and Blue Bloods (9.49 million and 1.1%) were broadcast on CBS. On ABC it’s a new episode of Last Man Standing in slight decline (6.02 million and 1%) that fans have found, just like Dr.Ken (4.1 million and 0.7%). Finally on the FOX, Rosewood and Sleepy Hollow rallied 2.51 million and 1, 76 million viewers at an identical rate of 0.5% and a new episode of Grimm (4.31 million and 0.9%) was broadcast on NBC. What do you think ?