The Walking Dead, Prison Break, 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!
As we prepare for the first Sunday evening without The Walking Dead , it is time to take stock of the audiences of the series aired this week in the United States. Sunday : Episode 16 of season 7 of The Walking Dead gathered 11.31 million curious with a rate of 5.4% over 18-49 years. That is 3 million less than for the finale of season 6, and especially 6 million less than for the season premiere of season 7 . On the other hand, this remains in the average of the hearings of the rest of the season. Into the Badlands is down slightly with 3.11 million and 1.4%. On HBO side, the penultimate episode of Girls brings together 770,000 people (0.4%) and did better than last week, While Crashing (470,000 and 0.2%) is down. On Showtime, while Homeland (1.34 million and 0.4%) is down, Billions (900,000 and 0.3%) remains stable. Finally, Feud is up on FX with 1.26 million and 0.4%.
Meanwhile, on channels on the networks, Once Upon A Time ‘s audiences are down again with 2.80 million viewers and 0.8% on the target, while American Crime goes up slightly with 1.77 million and To 0.4%. On NBC, Chicago Justice (5.91 million and 0.9%) and Shades of Blue (4.12 million and 0.7%) are down and the same goes for The Last Man on Earth (1.74 Million and 0.8%) and Making History (1.32 million and 0.6%) on FOX. Monday : At 8 pm, 24: Legacy falls on the FOX with 3.10 million and 0.8%. At 9 pm, APB is stable at 2.65 million and 0.6% on FOX. At 22h, if Quantico (3, 22 million and 0.6%) wins some viewers on ABC it loses points on the target , while Taken (4.88 million and 0.9%) is down on NBC. On the cable side, there were Bates Motel (1.26 million and 0.4%), Young and Hungry (430,000 and 0.2%) and Baby Daddy (410,000 and 0.2%).
Tuesday : At 8:00 pm, it is still NCIS with 13.45 million viewers and 1.5% on CBS, while The Middle (5.34 million and 1.3%) is down on ABC. For the release of its final series, New Girl (2.01 million and 0.9%) remains stable and it will be necessary to wait before knowing if the FOX will or will not renew the series. Meanwhile , Legends of Tomorrow closed its second season up ahead of 1.53 million curious and 0.6%, on the CW. At 8:30 pm, American Housewife (4.35 million and 1.2%) and The Mick (2.11 million and 0.8%) are both down. At 21h, It was the event on the FOX since the channel launched the revival of Prison Break . The first episode was followed by 3.79 million Americans with a rate of 1.5% over 18-49 years. It is therefore a better audience than for its final series in May 2009, and it is the second best serial audience of the evening, after NCIS.
Meanwhile, Fresh Off The Boat (3.83 million and 1.1%) and Bull (10.98 million and 1.3%) remain stable. On the CW, iZombie launched its third season in front of 980,000 people and a rate of 0.4%, a lower audience than these two other premieres and the season finale of season 2 . At 21:30, Imaginary Mary made her arrival in her official time slot, ahead of 3.46 million and 0.9% on the target, a better score than The Real O’Neals which was broadcast earlier in this time slot. At 22:00, Agents of SHIELD made its return after several weeks of absence and for the occasion the audiences of the series are up slightly with 2,20 million curious and 0,7%. On their side, NCIS: New Orleans (8.89 million and 1%) and Chicago Fire (6.12 million and 1.3%) are down. On the cable channels, The Fosters (620,000 and 0.3%), Outsiders (740,000 and 0.2%), The Americans (700,000 and 0.2%) and Switched at Birth (430 000 and 0, 2%) were disseminated.
Wednesday : A 20h, while The Goldbergs (5.60 million and 1.5%) was slightly down on ABC, Blindspot (4.31 million and 0.9%) was stable on NBC. At 20:30, Speechless is up with 4.75 million and 1.3%. At 9 pm, Modern Family achieved its lowest audience with 6.16 million viewers and only 1.8% of 18-49 year olds. It is important to note that the series has not yet been renewed by ABC. Hearings Empire continue to fall on FOX, with 6.31 million Americans and 2.2%. Criminal Minds (6.97 million and 1.2%) and New York: Special Unit (SVU) (4.93 million and 1.1%) are both up. At 9:30 pm, Black-ish (4.57 million and 1.3%) is down. At 22h, Designated Survivor (5.20 million and 1.1%) remained stable on ABC, while Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (4.71 million and 0.8%) decreased on CBS and Chicago PD (6 , 38 million and 1.3%).
Thursday : At 8 pm, episode 19 of season 13 of Gray’s Anatomy was watched by 7.20 million viewers with a rate of 1.7%. The Shonda Rhimes series is therefore still falling. The Big Bang Theory takes a bit of the hair of the beast on CBS with 12.33 million curious and 2.6%, while Supernatural (1.58 million and 0.5%) and Superstore (3.09 million and 0 , 8%) are down. At 20:30, Powerless (2.09 million and 0.6%) is up on NBC and The Great Indoors (7.14 million and 1.4%) is stable on CBS. At 9 pm, while Mom (7.56 million and 1.4%) and Chicago Med (5.81 million and 1%) were up, the Scandal hearings (5.53 million and 1.3%) and Riverdale 910,000 and 0, 3%) are down . At 9:30 pm, Life in Pieces (5.64 million and 1.2%) goes up in the hearings. At 22h, The Catch (3.67 million and 0.7%) was stable on ABC, while The Blacklist: Redemption (2.09 million and 0.6%) equalizes its lowest audience on NBC.
Friday : At 8pm, ABC started its evening with The Toy Box , followed by 4.08 million and 0.8%. Meanwhile, The Originals is up with 1.12 million and 0.4% of 18-49 year olds and MacGyver (6.67 million and 0.9%) and Rosewood (2.40 million and 0.5% ) Are stable. NBC launched its new series, First Dates , which gathered 3.77 million curious with a rate of 0.8%, a result in line with those made by Grimm in its place. At 9pm, Episode 8 of Season 4 of Reign brought together 730,000 people and 0.2% on target, so the CW series remains stable, just like Hawaii Five-0 (8.73 million and 1% ). At 10 pm, Blue Bloods equaled its worst audience with 9.65 million people and 1%. What do you think ?