Tuesday, December 8, 2015

UPDATED Monday Ratings - 'Telenovela' Has Weak Preview; 'The Voice' & 'Scorpion' Steady; 'Supergirl' Ties Series Low

On December 7, 2015, NBC won in the Adults 18-49 demographic with a 2.23 rating - followed by CBS (1.53), ABC (1.27), FOX (0.60) and The CW (0.30).

Furthermore, NBC won in total viewers with 9.547 million viewers - followed by CBS (8.788), ABC (5.246), FOX (1.699) and The CW (1.010).

The CW aired all repeats for the evening.


UPDATE - Telenovela was adjusted up. The Great Christmas Light Fight and The Great Holiday Baking Show were adjusted down.

NBC (2.23 Rating, 9.547 Million Viewers)
        THE VOICE (2.8, +0.0)
        TELENOVELA (1.4) SERIES PREMIERE
        TELENOVELA (0.9)

CBS (1.53 Rating, 8.788 Million Viewers)
        SUPERGIRL (1.5, -0.1)
        SCORPION (1.7, +0.0)
        NCIS: LOS ANGELES (1.4, +0.2)

ABC (1.27 Rating, 5.246 Million Viewers)
        THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT FIGHT (1.2) SEASON PREMIERE
        THE GREAT HOLIDAY BAKING SHOW (0.9, -0.3)

FOX (0.60 Rating, 1.699 Million Viewers)
        TV'S FUNNIEST ANIMATED STARS: A PALEY CENTER FOR MEDIA SPECIAL (0.6)

THE CW (0.30 Rating, 1.010 Million Viewers)
        THE FLASH (0.3) REPEAT
        ARROW (0.3) REPEAT


                                          The Final Ratings for Monday, December 7 

Time
Network
Show
18 - 49 Rating
Viewers (Millions)
8:00.
NBC
The Voice (8-10)
2.8
12.248

CBS
Supergirl
1.5
7.665

ABC
The Great Christmas Light Fight (8-10)
1.2
5.139

FOX
TV’s Funniest Animated Stars (8-10)
0.6
1.668

The CW
The Flash - R
0.3
1.038
9:00.
CBS
Scorpion
1.7
9.303

The CW
Arrow - R
0.3
0.958
10:00.
CBS
NCIS: Los Angeles
1.4
9.523

NBC
Telenovela
1.4
5.338

ABC
The Great Holiday Baking Show
0.9
3.724
10:30.
NBC
Telenovela
0.9
3.350

Average Rating: 1.18
Average Viewership: 5.450


NOTE: For the 2015-16 broadcast season, a 1.0 rating in the Adults 18-49 demographic is equal to 1.2681 total million viewers. A18-49 is the rating most commonly reported and helps determine ad rates but is not the sole explanation for whether a show will be renewed or cancelled.