Discovery Fit & Health: Sydney ER at 9p, Vegas ER at 10p
HGTV: Extreme Homes at 11a
Nat Geo Wild: Cesar 911 at 9p
WE tv: Marriage Boot Camp at 9p
ID: Imposters at 10p
Discovery: Timber Kings at 10p
DIY: Vanilla Ice Project at 10p
Food: Heartland Table at 10:30a
HUB: Spooksville at 5p
NBC: Dateline Saturday Night Mystery at 8p
ID: Scorned: Love Kills at 10p
ABC: Resurrection at 9p
American Heroes Channel: Codes and Conspiracies at 10p
Bravo: Online Dating Rituals of the American Male at 10p
Food: Chopped Tournament of Stars at 9p
Fox, FX, Nat Geo: Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
History: No Man's Land at 10p
OWN: Oprah Prime at 9p, Lindsay at 10p
Spike: Catch a Contractor at 10p
TLC: Long Island Medium at 9p, My Five Wives at 10p
DIY: West End Salvage at 8p
HBO: True Detective at 9p, Looking at 10:30p
HGTV: Scoring the Deal at 5p and 5:30p
Telemundo: Top Chef Estrellas at 8p
The Little Couple scored big numbers for TLC on Tuesday. The return of season six at 10p was the number one ad-supported primetime cable program and the series' highest-rated episode ever among HH (3.0), W25-54 (2.3) and P2+ delivery (3.9M P2+ viewers).
ABC's Good Morning America won the February 2014 sweep in total viewers (5.851 million), according to Nielsen. It was GMA's seventh consecutive sweeps win and its first back-to-back February win since February 1993 and 1994.
Fox's American Idol was first in A18-49 Wednesday night, but ABC's Modern Family was the night's top program in the demo with 3.4/10. CBS points out Criminal Minds, Wednesday's most watched program, matched its closest-ever competitive position to Idol in A18-49 (2.6/7 versus 2.7/8).
ABC's This Week was number one for the second straight week in total viewers and A25-54, its first back-to-back wins in viewers since 1998 and in the news demo since 2009.
Wednesday's The Arsenio Hall Show saw a 56 percent bump from its February sweep average rating, to 1.4/3, with sole guest Prince. Among A18-49, Arsenio (.6/2) surged 50 percent to tieABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live (.6/3).
CBS's Let's Make a Deal 1 averaged a best-ever February audience of 3.23 million, up 8 percent versus a year ago. Let's Make a Deal 2 had its largest audience (3.8 million, up 11 percent) and W25-54 rating (1.2/1, up 9 percent).
Broadcast Morning News Shows Weekly Average Ratings (week of February 24, 2014)
ABC: GMA 5.85 million total viewers; 1.9/13 and 2.31 million A25-54
NBC: Today 5.81 million total viewers; 2.0/14 and 2.35 million A25-54
CBS: This Morning 3.2 million total viewers; .9/6 and 1.08 million A25-54
Source: Nielsen, NTI
Broadcast Sunday Morning News Shows (March 2, 2014)?
ABC: This Week 3.67 million total viewers; 1.1 and 1,284 A25-54
CBS: Face the Nation 3.34 million total viewers; .8 and 953,0000 A25-54
NBC: Meet the Press 3.19 million total viewers; .8 and 946,000 A25-54?
CBS: Face the Nation-2 1.85 million total viewers; .4 and 424,000 million A25-54?
FOX: Fox News Sunday 1.32 million total viewers; .4 and 416,000 million A25-54
Source: Nielsen, NTI
Wednesday A18-49 Analysis: FOX won the most A18-49 viewers Wednesday with 2.7/8, according to Nielsen. Fox's American Idol led at 8p with 2.8/9, followed by 2.4/8 for the CBS's Survivor. Idol remained in first for the 9p hour with 2.8/8 versus a 2.6/7 average for ABC's Modern Family and Mixology. At 10p, CBS's Criminal Minds grabbed the top spot with 1.7/5, versus 1.5/5 for NBC's Chicago PD and 1.5/4 for ABC's Nashville.
A18-49: FOX 2.7/8, CBS 2.2/7, ABC 1.9/6, NBC 1.5/4, UNI 1.2/3, CW .6/2, TELE .4/1
Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 time period averages.Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.
American Idol 6.4/10
Survivor 5.9/10, Criminal Minds 7.0/11, CSI 6.1/11
The Middle 4.6/8, Suburgatory 3.6/6, Modern Family 5.6/9, Mixology 3.0/5, Nashville 3.4/6
Revolution 3.1/5, Law & Order: SVU 4.0/6, Chicago PD 4.0/7
Por Siempre mi Amor 1.3/2, Que Vida me Robo 2.0/3, Que Pobres Tan Ricos 1.5/3
Impostura .6/1, En Otra Piel .7/1, Camilia la Texana .7/1
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