Like every Saturday, it’s time to take stock of American audiences of your favorite shows. So who is at the top, which is a flop? Discover it without delay!
This week has been very busy in the playoffs, especially because US celebrated Thanksgiving and the TV program was messed up on this occasion. Nevertheless, earlier this week was more or less normal, it is time to take stock of the hearings of the series that were broadcast. Last Sunday, The Walking Dead is down again with episode 5 of season 7 , since there were 11 million viewers in front of their TV present, with a rate of 5.2% on the target . Again, these hearings are not disturbing and are the best in the evening of Sunday, but it especially shows a lack of interest from fans. Meanwhile, on HBO Westworld (1.78 million, 0.8%), Insecure (380,000 and 0.2%) and Divorce (620,000 and 0.2%) are all three stable on the chain.
In the first episode of Season 3 of The Affair, Showtime has gathered 600,000 viewers with a rate of 0.2%, it is thus placed between Divorce Insecure and HBO . This is a somewhat disappointing start and almost the worst hearing conducted by the series. Shameless did better with 1.41 million people and 0.5% over 18-49 years. Finally, on CBS, Madam Secretary (8.52 million and 1%) declined while qu’Elementary remained stable (5.01 million and 0.7%). NCIS: Los Angeles is still strong with 10.43 million and 1.5% and is the second best audience of the evening. Monday is CBS remains mistress of the evening, since it was his series that are in the lead. Despite a slight decline, Kevin Can Wait is the best serial hearing on Monday with 6.97 million and 1.5%, followed by 2 Broke Girls (5.37 million and 1.4%), and Man with a Plan (5 , 98 million and 1.3%) and Scorpion (7.07 million and 1.2%). Only The Odd Couple (4.58 million and 1%) is overtaken by Timeless NBC (4.71 million and 1.2%) and Gotham which airs on FOX (3.44 million and 1.1%) they are all down.
Lucifer also decline with 3.63 million and 1% of the target, while Supergirl made a great recovery with 2.61 million viewers and 0.9% over 18-49 years. This rise in profits Jane the Virgin totaling 1.01 million people (0.4%) . Conviction down again slightly with 4.14 million and 0.7%. On Tuesday, it was no surprise, This Is Us dominating with 9,000,000 and 2.4% on target, despite a decline from last week. It comes then, obviously, NCIS brings together 14.86 million people (1.9%). ABC’s comedies are not doing too bad, The Middle (6.88 million and 1.6%) remains stable and American Housewife (6.14 million and 1.5%) decrease slightly. Chicago Fire remains stable with 6 48 million curious and 1.5%, while CBS suggested Bull (10.87 million and 1.5%) and NCIS: New Orleans (8.50 million and 1.2%). Although it remains the best audience of the CW, The Flash drop a bit this week with 2.95 million and 1.1% over 18-49 years and did better than the comedies of the FOX, Brooklyn Nine-Nine ( 2.19 million and 0.9%) and New Girl (1.76 million and 0.8%).
It’s a small drop for Scream Queens with 1.15 million people (0.5%) to episode 6, while No Tomorrow remains stable (800 000 0.3%). After a disappointing start to his final season, hearings Teen Wolf continue to decline since there were only 410,000 person before episode 2 for a rate of 0.2% over 18-49 years . Only 180,000 people continued to be interested in Sweet / Vicious proposed by MTV. On Wednesday, the only proposed new episode was on CBS for the series Black Code which brought 6.16 million viewers for the occasion, with a rate of 0.9%. And for the evening of Thursday, which marked the evening of Thanksgiving, only the CBS series were normally distributed. Hard hard for the series not to fall in the face hearings including the NFL, The Great Indoors loses 2 million viewers with 5.23 million before the new episode and 1.2% against the target of 1.5% the week last. It is the same for Mom , with curious 5.81 million and 1.2% of the target, and Life in Pieces which only collects 5.30 million – against 6.23 million last week – and 1% . Finally, Pure Genius was followed by 4.74 million fans with a rate of 0.8%. Qu’ne do you think?