Vikings, The Vampire Diaries, Teen Wolf: The record of US audiences of the week!

Cinema 21 January, 2017

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 ?