Vikings, The Vampire Diaries, Teen Wolf: 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!
The return of the series continues for our delight and while season 6 of Homeland finally began , it offers a quick overview of all hearings of the series this week. Sunday: what are the Simpsons that dominated the small screen on FOX with 6.9 million fans and a rate of 2.8% among 18-49 years . It is closely followed by NCIS Los Angeles broadcast on CBS, which, despite a slight decrease from last week, attracted 8.58 million people and a 1% rate. On the same channel, Madam Secretary just behind place with 7.54 million and a 0.7% followed by Elementary (4.36 million and 0.7%). ABC on the penultimate episode of Conviction collected only 2.24 million people with a rate of 0.4%, a decrease from last week. Finally the series Showtime Homeland and The Affair up the rear despite the expected return of Carrie Mathison 1.08 million respectively for 0.3% and 610,000 viewers to 0.2%.
Monday : it’s on CBS viewers were given an appointment with Two Broke Girls , which attracted 6.40 million people for a rate of 1.5% and Scorpio (7.81 million and 1.2%) . On FOX are 3.69 million people and 1.2% of 18-49 years since Gotham and always on CBS, The Odd Couple rose slightly compared to last week with 5.61 million for fan A rate of 1.1%. On FOX Lucifer attracted 3.97 million people and 1.1% of the target audience and finally up slightly, 810,000 (0.3%) people sat in front of Shadowhunters broadcast on Freeform.
Tuesday : NBC is still dominating the evening of Tuesday, with a new episode of This Is Us (9.59 million and 2.6%) despite a slight decrease from last week. It is closely followed by NCIS on CBS (15.49 million and 1.9%) while the spin-off NCIS: New Orleans brings 9.33 million and a rate of 1.2% . ABC there is also slight declines for The Middle (6.67 million and 1.7%), American Housewife (5.47 million and 1.5%) and Fresh Off The Boat (3.91 million and 1.2 %). Also on NBC and after a short break, Chicago Fire lost some viewers with 7.15 million but keeps a rate of 1.6% of the target audience. On FOX we are also seeing a general decline for The Mick (2.77 million and 1.1%), The New Girl (2.37 million and 1%) and Bones (2.92 million and 0.8%) . The ABC series The Real O’Neals (2.81 million and 0.8%) and Agents of SHIELD (2.03 million and 0.6%) and MTV Teen Wolf (440,000 and 0.2%) and Sweet / Vicious (160 000 0.1%) bringing up the rear.
Monday: No new episode of Modern Family this week but it’s always ABC and comedies that have the most success with Speechless (5.39 million and 1.6%), Fresh Off The Boat (5.50 million 1.5%) and Black-ish (4.60 million and 1.4%). NBC detective series are up since Chicago PD attracted 7.11 million viewers for a 1.5% rate and Law and Order SVU 6.46 million people and 1.4% of the target audience. Blindspot is a little behind with 4.70 million and 0.9%. FOX square is pretty much also thanks to Lethal Weapon (6.29 million and 1.4%) and Star (3.96 million and 1.2%). Finally Vikings always as successful with 2.47 million people (0.7%) on History and Frequency slightly down on the CW (730,000 and 0.2%).
Thursday : As usual on Thursday, is The Big Bang Theory which attracts more fans with 15.05 million viewers and a 3.3%. And CBS continues to dominate the evening with The Great Indoors (8.1 million and 1.7%), Mom (8.51 million and 1.7%) and Life in Pieces (6.91 million and 1.5%) followed Pure Genius (5.31 million and 0.8%). Meanwhile on NBC figures remain relatively stable for The Good Place (3.97 million and 3.79 million and 1.1%) and Chicago Med (6.3 million and 1.2%) but The Blacklist contracted a slight With 4.95 million people and 1% of the target audience. Finally on USA, Colony drew 880,000 people and a rate of 0.3% while the hearings Nashville on CMT fall further with 960,000 fans and 0.2%. Finally for Friday , hearings of The Vampire Diaries episode 9 which was aired last night on the CW are down slightly with 890,000 fans of vampires and a rate of 0.3% of the target audience as well as those of Emerald City on NBC (2.79 million and 0.7%). What do you think ?