Friday, June 29, 2018

UPDATED Thursday Ratings - 'Big Brother' Leads Night; 'The Four' Climbs to Season High; 'Little Big Shots' Steady

On June 28, 2018, CBS won in the Adults 18-49 demographic with a 0.98 rating - followed by FOX (0.78), NBC (0.60), ABC (0.57) and The CW (0.15).

Furthermore, CBS won in total viewers with 4.860 million viewers - followed by NBC (3.753), ABC (3.289), FOX (2.569) and The CW (0.667).

The CW aired all repeats for the evening.


UPDATE - Big Brother was adjusted up. Take Two was adjusted down.

CBS (0.98 Rating, 4.860 Million Viewers)
        THE BIG BANG THEORY (1.0) REPEAT
        THE BIG BANG THEORY (1.1) REPEAT
        BIG BROTHER (1.4)
        S.W.A.T. (0.6) REPEAT

FOX (0.78 Rating, 2.569 Million Viewers)
        THE FOUR: BATTLE FOR STARDOM (0.8, +0.1)

NBC (0.60 Rating, 3.753 Million Viewers)
        LITTLE BIG SHOTS (0.7, +0.0)
        MARLON (0.6, +0.0)
        MARLON (0.6, +0.0)
        LAW & ORDER: SVU (0.5) REPEAT

ABC (0.57 Rating, 3.289 Million Viewers)
        THE GONG SHOW (0.5, +0.0)
        MATCH GAME (0.7, +0.0)
        TAKE TWO (0.4, -0.1)

THE CW (0.15 Rating, 0.667 Million Viewers)
        SUPERNATURAL (0.2) REPEAT
        BLACK LIGHTNING (0.1) REPEAT


                                           The Final Ratings for Thursday, June 28 
Time
Network
Show
18 - 49 Rating
Viewers (Millions)
8:00 PM
CBS
The Big Bang Theory - R
1.0
5.919

FOX
The Four: Battle for Stardom (8-10)
0.8
2.575

NBC
Little Big Shots
0.7
5.959

ABC
The Gong Show
0.5
3.130

The CW
Supernatural - R
0.2
0.725
8:30 PM
CBS
The Big Bang Theory - R
1.1
6.274
9:00 PM
CBS
Big Brother
1.4
5.132

ABC
Match Game
0.7
3.654

NBC
Marlon
0.6
2.892

The CW
Black Lightning - R
0.1
0.569
9:30 PM
NBC
Marlon
0.6
2.432
10:00 PM
CBS
S.W.A.T. - R
0.6
3.292

NBC
Law & Order: SVU - R
0.5
2.550

ABC
Take Two
0.4
3.011

Average Rating: 0.66
Average Viewership: 3.437


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.