Monday, June 4, 2018

Friday Cable Ratings - 'Live PD,' 'Real Time,' 'House Hunters,' 'College Softball,' 'Bering Sea Gold' & More!

On June 1, 2018, A&E's Live PD was the highest rated show on cable with a 0.71 - followed by HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher (0.37), HGTV's House Hunters (0.29) and HGTV's My Lottery Dream Home (0.27).

Live PD was the most viewed program with 2.044 million viewers - followed by Real Time with Bill Maher (1.772), House Hunters (1.537) and My Lottery Dream Home (1.507).


                                                   The Cable Ratings for Friday, June 1

Show
Network
Time
18 - 49 Rating
Viewers (Millions)
1
Live PD
A&E
9:00 PM
0.71
2.044
2
Real Time with Bill Maher
HBO
10:00 PM
0.37
1.772
3
House Hunters
HGTV
10:00 PM
0.29
1.537
4
My Lottery Dream Home
HGTV
9:00 PM
0.27
1.507
5
House Hunters International
HGTV
10:30 PM
0.25
1.289
6
College Softball
ESPN
10:13 PM
0.24
0.774
7
Bering Sea Gold
Discovery
9:00 PM
0.23
1.068
8
College Softball
ESPN
7:00 PM
0.21
0.864
9
BattleBots
Discovery
8:00 PM
0.21
1.009
10
Ancient Aliens
History
9:00 PM
0.20
1.033
11
The Dead Files
Travel
10:00 PM
0.19
0.650
12
The Last 24
ID
10:00 PM
0.18
0.882
13
UFC Fight Night
FS1
10:00 PM
0.18
0.517
14
Tanked
Animal
9:00 PM
0.17
0.569
15
The Tesla Files
History
10:03 PM
0.16
0.778
16
The Last 24
ID
9:00 PM
0.16
0.924
17
Bridezillas
WE tv
10:00 PM
0.12
0.342
18
Weird, True & Freaky
Animal
10:01 PM
0.11
0.449
19
Bridezillas
WE tv
9:00 PM
0.11
0.418
20
UFC Prelims
FS1
8:23 PM
0.09
0.322
21
Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas
HBO
11:31 PM
0.09
0.302
22
E! News
E!
7:00 PM
0.07
0.262
23
VICE
HBO
7:30 PM
0.07
0.198
24
Rachel Dratch’s Late Night Snack
TruTV
11:30 PM
0.07
0.149
25
ELeague
TBS
11:00 PM
0.06
0.160
26
Texas Flip and Move
DIY
9:00 PM
0.06
0.494
27
MLB Baseball
MLBN
8:10 PM
0.05
0.267
28
C.B. Strike
Cinemax
10:00 PM
0.03
0.180
29
Extreme Cake Makers
Cooking
10:00 PM
0.03
0.136

No rating information was made immediately available for BBC America's The Graham Norton Show and Up's Expecting.


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.