UPtv saw its best New Year’s Day and best Tuesday ever thanks to a marathon of The Librarian three-part movie series, which reached 2.2 million viewers.
Bringing Up Bates’ season eight premiere on January 3 was the strongest season premiere of the original series since season one, ranking #10 in its time period among ad-supported cable networks, and reaching over 700,000 P2+.
CW’s The Critics Choice Awards on Sunday was even versus 2018 with an 0.3 rating among A18-49 and rose to 1.51 million in total viewers.
Univision’s Mira Quién Baila All Stars on Sunday reached 4.5 million total viewers 2+ and delivered more total viewers 2+ (+9% to 2.0 million), A18-49 (+16% to 802,000) and A18-34 (+3% to 289,000) than last week’s season premiere.
TV Time’s Shows on the Rise for the week of January 7
Sex Education (Netflix) – 100%
Friends from College (Netflix) – 96.00%
Convent Mysteries (Rai1) – 93.00%
Future Man (Hulu) – 91.60%
Mob Psycho 100 (Tokyo MX) – 84.00%
Titans (DC Universe) – 81.50%
Manifest (NBC) – 73.00%
The Rookie (ABC) – 68.70%
Young Justice (DC Universe) – 66.20%
New Amsterdam (NBC) – 65.90%
Every week, millions of viewers use TV Time to track their favorite series. “Shows on the Rise” is calculated by determining the week-over-week growth in episodes watched for a given program.
SHAREABLEE SOCIAL TV RATINGS: Top U.S. Shows Overall by Engagement for the week of January 7, 2019
Program, Total Actions (millions), Total Content, Actions per Content (000), Fans/Followers (millions)
The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Warner Bros./synd.) 16.8, 105, 160, 172
E! News (E!) 7.6, 750, 10, 11
The Daily Show (Comedy Central) 3, 77, 39, 18
Entertainment Tonight (CBS/synd.) 2.3, 924, 2, 8
Today (NBC) 1.2, 746, 1.6, 13
The Bachelor (ABC) 1.2, 128, 9, 1.5
The Tonight Show (NBC) .84, 109, 7.7, 23.4
The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC) .82, 54, 15.2, 12.2
The Real (Warner Bros./synd.) .81, 117, 6.9, 2.8
Good Morning America (ABC) .80, 580, 1.4, 12.8
Based on Total Actions (reactions, comments, shares and retweets)
Tunity Analytics Weekly National Out-of-Home Viewer Rankings for Entertainment Programs for the week of January 7, 2019
Program, OOH Viewers (000)
The Simpsons (FOX) 1449
The Titan Games (NBC) 635
Bob’s Burgers (FOX) 493
Ellen’s Game of Games (NBC) 349
Family Guy (FOX) 333
Blue Bloods (CBS)323
The Big Bang Theory (CBS) 318
Saturday Night Live (NBC) 259
America’s Got Talent (NBC) 209
Rel (FOX) 202
Source: Tunity Analytics. Viewing estimates are derived from the Tunity mobile app usage. OOH impressions are calculated using the Tunity Analytics proprietary estimation model.
Live + Same Day Viewers AA (millions) Friday, January 11, time period averages
Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated Live+SD
CBS: 7.86 million
MacGyver 6.58, Hawaii Five-0 7.96, Blue Bloods 9.05
FOX: 4.60 million
Last Man Standing 6.21, The Cool Kids 4.78, Hell’s Kitchen 2.92
NBC: 3.34 million
The Blacklist 2.77, The Blacklist 3.91, Dateline 3.08
ABC: 3.28 million
Fresh Off the Boat 3.18, Speechless 2.43, 20/20 4.23
UNIVISION: 0.86 million
Jesus 0.86, Mi Marido Tiene Mas Familia 0.86, Amar a Muerte 0.84
CW: 0.84 million
Whose Line Is It Anyway? 1.02, Whose Line Is It Anyway? 1.05, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 0.45
TELEMUNDO: 0.80 million
La Sultana 0.88, Falsa Identidad 0.88, Senora Acero 0.64
Friday A18-49: Fox 1.0/5, CBS 0.8/4, NBC 0.6/3, ABC 0.6/3, UNI 0.4/2, TELE 0.3/2, CW 0.2/1
Edwin Chung joined 20th Century Fox Television as Vice President, Comedy Development. Chung was previously at Legendary TV, where he oversaw series including Lost in Space, Colony and Looming Tower.
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Answer to Our Last Trivia Question: What was Stepfanie Kramer’s explanation for leaving Hunter (1984-1991) at the end of season six? To pursue a singing career. Kudos to: Rory Rosegarten-The Conversation Company/Roslyn, NY, Matty Fera-McGarryBowen/Chicago, Gerry Bixenspan-TV Marketing Inc./NYC, Charles Lore/NYC, Susan Nessanbaum-Goldberg-M and S Entertainment/LA, David Westberg-SAG-AFTRA Federal Credit Union/Burbank, Lorrie Shilling/El Segundo, CA, Barbara Capella Loehr-Equal Opportunity Publications/Long Island, NY, Andy Pittman-TAMU/College Station, TX
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