Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Saturday Cable Ratings - 'Stanley Cup,' 'Live PD,' 'Marrying Mr. Darcy,' 'College Softball,' 'Trading Spaces' & More!

On June 2, 2018, NBC Sports' Stanley Cup Final was the highest rated show on cable with a 1.11 - followed by A&E's Live PD (0.67), Hallmark's Marrying Mr. Darcy (0.37) and ESPN's College Softball (0.29).

Stanley Cup Final was the most viewed program with 3.439 million viewers - followed by Marrying Mr. Darcy (2.742), Live PD (2.051) and HGTV's House Hunters Renovation (1.286).


                                                   The Cable Ratings for Saturday, June 2

Show
Network
Time
18 - 49 Rating
Viewers (Millions)
1
2018 Stanley Cup Final
NBC Sports
8:06 PM
1.11
3.439
2
Live PD
A&E
9:00 PM
0.67
2.051
3
Marrying Mr. Darcy
Hallmark
9:00 PM
0.37
2.742
4
College Softball
ESPN
9:30 PM
0.29
1.007
5
House Hunters Renovation
HGTV
10:00 PM
0.25
1.286
6
College Softball
ESPN
7:00 PM
0.24
1.066
7
College Softball
ESPN
2:52 PM
0.23
0.941
8
Fear Thy Neighbor
ID
10:00 PM
0.23
0.967
9
College Softball
ESPN
12:00 PM
0.23
0.822
10
Mountain Life
HGTV
11:00 PM
0.20
1.066
11
Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn
Nickelodeon
8:00 PM
0.20
1.004
12
Mountain Life
HGTV
11:30 PM
0.18
1.162
13
Trading Spaces
TLC
8:00 PM
0.14
0.680
14
Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s
OWN
9:00 PM
0.14
0.590
15
Black Love
OWN
10:00 PM
0.13
0.457
16
Nightclub Secrets
LMN
8:00 PM
0.13
0.619
17
NASCAR Racing
FS1
12:57 PM
0.12
0.826
18
Property Brothers: Linda and Drew Say I Do
TLC
9:06 PM
0.11
0.813
19
Nate & Jeremiah by Design
TLC
10:08 PM
0.11
0.841
20
MLB Baseball
FS1
3:55 PM
0.10
0.478
21
Weird, True & Freaky
Animal
10:01 PM
0.07
0.567
22
Renovation Realities
DIY
9:00 PM
0.07
0.336
23
Patrick Melrose
Showtime
9:00 PM
0.04
0.264
24
MLB Baseball
MLBN
2:20 PM
0.04
0.235

No rating information was made immediately available for Ovation's The Artful Detective.


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.