Posts Tagged ‘Blue Bloods ratings’
 

 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 1/18/13

Fringe moves on to another universe. FOX:  After years of lousy ratings, it would have been unrealistic to expect FRINGE to suddenly grow an audience at the last minute, and it didn’t:  the two-hour finale had a 1.0, wh...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 1/11/13

A good night for some grizzled vets. CBS:  After UNDERCOVER BOSS started the night with a 1.8 to win 8PM, CSI NY and BLUE BLOODS both hit season high 1.6s (the latter also winning its hour).  The whole line-up was up 0.2-0.3 ...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 1/4/13

You can’t go wrong with football. FOX:  Most of the major college bowl games have migrated to ESPN, but the COTTON BOWL remains on broadcast (for now), and gave FOX an easy win for the night, with a preliminary 3.1 ratin...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 12/7/12

A newsmagazine took the crown on a mostly down night. NBC:  There must have been some reason why DATELINE zoomed 0.6 from last week, increasing its rating by more than 50% and topping the night with a 1.7.  Whatever it was, t...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 11/30/12

Good news for ABC’s sitcoms. ABC:  LAST MAN STANDING and MALIBU COUNTRY, newly gifted with 5-episode backorders, justified their continued life by rising to 1.6/1.5, a tick or two up from recent weeks.  A rerun SHARK TA...
by Mitch Salem
 

 
 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 11/9/12

That didn’t take long. ABC:  At twin 1.6s, LAST MAN STANDING and MALIBU COUNTRY are still “hits” by Friday standards.  (Just ask NBC, which has been calling Grimm a hit for a year and a half with ratings at ...
by Mitch Salem
 

 

 

THE SKED’S FRIDAY NETWORK SCORECARD – 9/28/12

Another step toward the end of original programming on Fridays. CBS:  MADE IN JERSEY is the worst flop of the season’s first week, a disaster at 1.1 any way the numbers are cut.  The show could only tie a repeat of the ...
by Mitch Salem