Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Saturday Cable Ratings - 'College Football,' 'Live PD,' 'Christmas Under the Stars,' 'Ghost Adventures,' 'Henry Danger' & More!

On November 16, 2019, ESPN's College Football was the highest rated show on cable with a 0.73 - followed by A&E's Live PD (0.52), Hallmark's Christmas Under the Stars (0.35), FS1's College Football (0.26) and Travel's Ghost Adventures (0.21).





                                                   The Cable Ratings for Saturday, November 16

Show
Network
Time
18 - 49 Rating
Viewers (Millions)
1
College Football
ESPN
7:06 PM
0.73
2.626
2
College Football
ESPN
12:01 PM
0.68
2.489
3
Live PD
A&E
9:00 PM
0.52
1.813
4
College Football
ESPN
10:33 PM
0.52
1.611
5
Christmas Under the Stars
Hallmark
8:00 PM
0.35
3.373
6
College Football
FS1
3:35 PM
0.26
1.068
7
Ghost Adventures
Travel
9:00 PM
0.21
0.600
8
NASCAR Racing
NBC Sports
3:54 PM
0.15
1.199
9
Christmas in Louisiana
Lifetime
8:00 PM
0.15
1.071
10
Highway to Hell
ID
10:00 PM
0.14
0.805
11
Henry Danger
Nickelodeon
8:00 PM
0.14
0.627
12
College Football
ESPN2
12:00 PM
0.14
0.562
13
Destination Fear
Travel
10:00 PM
0.14
0.452
14
Love & Marriage: Huntsville
OWN
9:00 PM
0.14
0.569
15
College Football
FS1
11:00 PM
0.13
0.551
16
College Football
FS1
7:30 PM
0.12
0.488
17
Ready to Love
OWN
10:00 PM
0.11
0.474
18
All That
Nickelodeon
9:30 PM
0.10
0.408
19
My Sister’s Deadly Secret
LMN
8:00 PM
0.10
0.452
20
Crikey! It’s the Irwins
Animal
8:00 PM
0.09
0.442
21
Pit Bulls and Parolees
Animal
9:01 PM
0.08
0.431
22
College Football
ESPN2
3:36 PM
0.07
0.292
23
Amanda to the Rescue
Animal
10:01 PM
0.07
0.468
24
The DNA of Murder
Oxygen
7:00 PM
0.07
0.326
25
College Football
FS1
11:58 AM
0.05
0.334
26
Building Giants
Science
10:00 PM
0.05
0.288
27
College Football
ESPN2
7:00 PM
0.04
0.229
28
College Football
ESPN2
10:32 PM
0.04
0.224
29
NBA Basketball
NBA TV
6:00 PM
0.04
0.154

No rating information was made immediately available for DIY's First Time Flippers and NatGeoWild's Dr. Oakley: Yukon Vet.


NOTE: For the 2019-20 broadcast season, Nielsen has determined that there are 120.6 million TV households in the United States - with 307.3 million people ages 2 and up. 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.