Friday, July 7, 2017

UPDATED Thursday Ratings - 'Big Brother' and 'Zoo' Rise; "Battle of the Network Stars' and 'The Gong Show' Drop

On July 6, 2017, CBS won in the Adults 18-49 demographic with a 1.22 rating - followed by NBC (0.80), ABC (0.67), FOX (0.65) and The CW (0.30).

Furthermore, CBS won in total viewers with 4.999 million viewers - followed by NBC (4.239), ABC (2.959), FOX (2.070) and The CW (1.195).

FOX and The CW aired all repeats for the evening.


UPDATE - Hollywood Game Night, The Wall and Battle of the Network Stars were adjusted up.

CBS (1.22 Rating, 4.999 Million Viewers)
        THE BIG BANG THEORY (1.3) REPEAT
        LIFE IN PIECES (1.0) REPEAT
        BIG BROTHER (1.9, +0.3)
        ZOO (0.6, +0.1)

NBC (0.80 Rating, 4.239 Million Viewers)
        HOLLYWOOD GAME NIGHT (0.9, +0.0)
        THE WALL (1.0, +0.0)
        THE NIGHT SHIFT (0.7, +0.0)

ABC (0.67 Rating, 2.959 Million Viewers)
        BOY BAND (0.6, +0.1)
        BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS (0.8, -0.2)
        THE GONG SHOW (0.7, -0.2)

FOX (0.65 Rating, 2.070 Million Viewers)
        BEAT SHAZAM (0.7) REPEAT
        LOVE CONNECTION (0.6) REPEAT

THE CW (0.30 Rating, 1.195 Million Viewers)
        HOWIE MANDEL ALL-STAR COMEDY GALA (0.3) REPEAT


                                            The Final Ratings for Thursday, July 6 
Time
Network
Show
18 - 49 Rating
Viewers (Millions)
8:00 PM
CBS
The Big Bang Theory - R
1.3
7.134

NBC
Hollywood Game Night
0.9
4.125

FOX
Beat Shazam - R
0.7
2.337

ABC
Boy Band
0.6
2.729

The CW
Howie Mandel All-Star Comedy Gala (8-10) - R
0.3
1.170
8:30 PM
CBS
Life in Pieces - R
1.0
4.898
9:00 PM
CBS
Big Brother
1.9
6.086

NBC
The Wall
1.0
4.598

ABC
Battle of the Network Stars
0.8
3.059

FOX
Love Connection - R
0.6
1.868
10:00 PM
NBC
The Night Shift
0.7
4.240

ABC
The Gong Show
0.7
3.098

CBS
Zoo
0.6
2.826

Average Rating: 0.85
Average Viewership: 3.705


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.