Wednesday, May 27, 2020

UPDATED Monday Ratings - 'The Titan Games' Returns Down; 'Songland' Drops; 'The Baker and the Beauty' Steady

On May 25, 2020, NBC won in the Adults 18-49 demographic with a 0.63 rating - followed by ABC (0.47), FOX (0.35), CBS (0.32) and The CW (0.10).

Furthermore, CBS won in total viewers with 3.215 million viewers - followed by ABC (3.078), NBC (3.049), FOX (2.301) and The CW (0.712).

CBS, FOX and The CW aired all repeats for the evening.


UPDATE - There were no adjustments to any of the preliminary ratings.

NBC (0.63 Rating, 3.049 Million Viewers)
        THE TITAN GAMES (0.7) SEASON PREMIERE
        SONGLAND (0.5, -0.2)

ABC (0.47 Rating, 3.078 Million Viewers)
        CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD (0.5) REPEAT
        CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD (0.5) REPEAT
        THE BAKER AND THE BEAUTY (0.4, +0.0)

FOX (0.35 Rating, 2.301 Million Viewers)
        9-1-1 (0.4) REPEAT
        9-1-1: LONE STAR (0.3) REPEAT

CBS (0.32 Rating, 3.215 Million Viewers)
        THE NEIGHBORHOOD (0.4) REPEAT
        BOB HEARTS ABISHOLA (0.3) REPEAT
        ALL RISE (0.3) REPEAT
        BULL (0.3) REPEAT

THE CW (0.10 Rating, 0.712 Million Viewers)
        HOWIE MANDEL'S 5TH ANNUAL ALL-STAR COMEDY GALA (0.1) REPEAT
        WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY? (0.1) REPEAT


                                             The Final Ratings for Monday, May 25 
Time
Network
Show
18 - 49 Rating
Viewers (Millions)
8:00 PM
NBC
The Titan Games (8-10)
0.7
3.436

ABC
Celebrity Family Feud - R
0.5
3.511

CBS
The Neighborhood - R
0.4
3.574

FOX
9-1-1 - R
0.4
2.416

The CW
Howie Mandel’s All-Star Comedy Gala (8-9:30) - R
0.1
0.766
8:30 PM
CBS
Bob Hearts Abishola - R
0.3
3.193
9:00 PM
ABC
Celebrity Family Feud - R
0.5
3.489

CBS
All Rise - R
0.3
2.638

FOX
9-1-1: Lone Star - R
0.3
2.185
9:30 PM
The CW
Whose Line Is It Anyway? - R
0.1
0.549
10:00 PM
NBC
Songland
0.5
2.276

ABC
The Baker and the Beauty
0.4
2.235

CBS
Bull - R
0.3
3.624

Average Rating: 0.37
Average Viewership: 2.607


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.