So Far...the shows ahead of TAR are
Monday Night Football - 7.0
Fear Factor - 6.4
Everybody Loves Raymond - 6.9
Two and a Half Men - 7.4
CSI: Miami - 7.3
Father of the Pride - 7.0
Hawaii - 7.0
Dateline - 6.9
TAR probably won't be in the Top 10 this week. Hopefully next week, viewership for all those NBC shows will drop 10-20%.
And I'm also wondering, when TAR goes to Saturday and drops out of the top 20 shows of the week. How are week going to find the final ratings/rankings?
Unless they have changed, USA Today provides a chart of the entire Nielsen ratings for the week every Wednesday (or Thursday if delayed by a holiday). Of course the ratings published on Wednesdays are for the week ending the previous Sunday.
Originally Posted by Sonic-TARmaniac
Glad to see that once the "time period adjustments" were factored in that TAR jumped from barely over 9.0m to almost 10.0m. Mucho bettero! Bellisimo, habibi!
That "FOP" show was VERY heavily pushed during 17 days of Olympics. I imagine NBC was none too pleased with its 11.0m performance. It'll be interesting to see how its repeat airings do this week. Same episode is being shown Thur AND again on Sat.
Same thing with "Hawaii", it was pushed pretty heavy too. And, will be replayed again on Fri and Sat.
My TAR charts are updated through Episode 8 (aired 8/24). Enjoy!
:lol No. Actually, if you go farther NORTH during the winter you get more daylight. That's why at the Arctic Circle they have 24 hours of daylight :winkgrin
Originally Posted by Quinito
Well, I heard from someone here who watched Father of the Pride that it was really bad. So I'm guessing the viewers will drop considerably next week.
Final ratings say Father of the Pride was first in overal viewers with 12.4 million, and TAR was 9th with 10.0 million.
How close to the equator were they??
Originally Posted by QuebecToon
Actually, in December, the Arctic circle gets no daylight and Antarctica gets 24 hours of daylight. In June, the Arctic circle gets 24 hours of daylight and Antarctica gets no daylight. On the equator you get 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness all year round.
Originally Posted by Lil_Cutie
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