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Wed Ratings: Bad Night for NBC
Topic Started: Oct 25 2013, 01:22 AM (634 Views)
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Adults 18-49
World Series (Game 1) 4.2/11
Modern Family 3.9/10
Duck Dynasty 3.5
American Horror Story 3.4 (10:15pm, 11:15pm, 12:15am)
Criminal Minds 2.7/7
Survivor Blood vs Water 2.4/7
The Middle 2.2/7
Super Fun Night 2.1/6
CSI 2.1/6
Back In The Game 1.7/5
Nashville 1.6/4
Revolution 1.4/4
Law And Order: SVU 1.4/4
Arrow 0.9/ 3
Ironside 0.8/2
The Tomorrow People 0.7/2
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Once baseball gets over with. I am sure the ratings will go up.
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I doubt it has anything to do with baseball. The Nielsen method of measuring viewership is completely archaic at this point when we have so many options available to us as far as watching TV. People just don't watch it live anymore. (Also, I suspect that a good portion of the audience has started fleeing network TV in general in favor of cable and Netflix programs).
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Damn, Duck Dynasty? Isn't that on A&E? I'm shocked at the shows they beat.
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