Monday, November 27, 2017

UPDATED Sunday Ratings - 'Miss Universe' Drops to New Low; 'America's Funniest Home Videos' and 'Shark Tank' Rise

On November 26, 2017, NBC won in the Adults 18-49 demographic with a 4.23 rating - followed by CBS (1.80), FOX (1.07) and ABC (0.98).

Furthermore, NBC won in total viewers with 13.725 million viewers - followed by CBS (10.175), FOX (4.410) and ABC (4.403).




UPDATE - Sunday Night Football, 60 Minutes and NCIS: Los Angeles were adjusted up. Football Night in America was adjusted down.

NBC (4.23 Rating, 13.725 Million Viewers)
        FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA (1.2)
        FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA (3.0)
        SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL (6.0)

CBS (1.80 Rating, 10.175 Million Viewers)
        NFL FOOTBALL (4.0)
        60 MINUTES (1.9, +0.1)
        WISDOM OF THE CROWD (0.9, +0.1)
        NCIS: LOS ANGELES (0.9, +0.2)
        MADAM SECRETARY (0.6, +0.0)

FOX (1.07 Rating, 4.410 Million Viewers)
        THE 66TH MISS UNIVERSE COMPETITION (1.1)

ABC (0.98 Rating, 4.403 Million Viewers)
        AMERICA'S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS (0.9) REPEAT
        AMERICA'S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS (1.2, +0.2)
        SHARK TANK (1.0, +0.1)
        SHARK TANK (0.8) REPEAT


                                     The Preliminary Ratings for Sunday, November 26 
Time
Network
Show
18 - 49 Rating
Viewers (Millions)
7:00 PM
CBS
NFL Football
4.0
16.771

NBC
Football Night in America
2.1
7.287

FOX
The 66th Miss Universe Competition (7-10)
1.1
4.410

ABC
America’s Funniest Home Videos - R
0.9
5.071
8:00 PM
NBC
Football Night in America
4.1
13.436

CBS
60 Minutes
1.5
9.939

ABC
America’s Funniest Home Videos
1.2
5.261
8:30 PM
NBC
Sunday Night Football (8:30-11)
5.1
16.358
9:00 PM
ABC
Shark Tank
1.0
4.095

CBS
Wisdom of the Crowd
0.9
6.907
10:00 PM
CBS
NCIS: Los Angeles
0.8
7.072

ABC
Shark Tank - R
0.8
3.184

Average Rating: 1.96
Average Viewership: 8.316


NOTE: For the 2017-18 broadcast season, Nielsen has determined that there are 119.6 million TV households. The Adults 18-49 demographic 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.