Monday, February 13, 2017

UPDATED Sunday Ratings - 'Grammy Awards' Steady with 2016 Ceremony; FOX Comedies Eye Major Drops

On February 12, 2017, CBS won in the Adults 18-49 demographic with a 6.14 rating - followed by ABC (0.98), NBC (0.70) and FOX (0.70).

Furthermore, CBS won in total viewers with 21.315 million viewers - followed by ABC (4.361), NBC (3.189) and FOX (1.606).

NBC aired all repeats for the evening.


UPDATE - The Grammy Awards was adjusted up. 60 Minutes, Grammy Red Carpet Live, America's Funniest Home Videos and the repeat of Dateline were adjusted down.

CBS (6.14 Rating, 21.315 Million Viewers)
        60 MINUTES (1.2, +1.0)
        GRAMMY RED CARPET LIVE (2.1)
        THE 59TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS (7.8)

ABC (0.98 Rating, 4.361 Million Viewers)
        AMERICA'S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS (1.1, +0.4)
        THE BLIND SIDE (0.9) REPEAT

NBC (0.70 Rating, 3.189 Million Viewers)
        DATELINE NBC (0.7) REPEAT
        FAST & FURIOUS 6 (0.7) REPEAT

FOX (0.70 Rating, 1.606 Million Viewers)
        SON OF ZORN (0.3) REPEAT
        THE SIMPSONS (0.6) REPEAT
        THE SIMPSONS (1.0, -1.8)
        SON OF ZORN (0.6, -0.3)
        FAMILY GUY (0.9, -0.5)
        BOB'S BURGERS (0.8, -0.7)


                                          The Final Ratings for Sunday, February 12 

Time
Network
Show
18 - 49 Rating
Viewers (Millions)
7:00.
CBS
60 Minutes
1.2
8.433

ABC
America’s Funniest Home Videos
1.1
5.828

NBC
Dateline NBC - R
0.7
5.082

FOX
Son of Zorn - R
0.3
0.781
7:30.
CBS
Grammy Red Carpet Live
2.1
10.067

FOX
The Simpsons - R
0.6
1.292
8:00.
CBS
The 59th Annual Grammy Awards (8-11:30)
7.8
26.071

FOX
The Simpsons
1.0
2.399

ABC
The Blind Side (8-11) - R
0.9
3.906

NBC
Fast & Furious 6 (8-11) - R
0.7
2.469
8:30.
FOX
Son of Zorn
0.6
1.400
9:00.
FOX
Family Guy
0.9
1.859
9:30.
FOX
Bob’s Burgers
0.8
1.670

Average Rating: 1.44
Average Viewership: 5.481


NOTE: For the 2016-17 broadcast season, a 1.0 rating in the Adults 18-49 demographic is equal to 1.2832 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.