Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Football, 'Talent' pump Peacock

The finale of "America's Got Talent," along with "Sunday Evening Football," assisted energy NBC to some weekly rankings win. The Key Circle" maintained 86% of their lead-in from CW's "The Vampire Journals." "Sunday Evening Football" and also the finale of "America's Got Talent" transported NBC to some comfortable primetime rankings victory within the week leading into the beginning of the brand new television season.The Peacock used "Talent" to funnel auds to new comedy "Up Through The Night," which in fact had a unique preview before shifting to its regular timeslot now. Also, CW folded out three new series, with both "Ringer" and "The Key Circle" carrying out well in accordance with lead-in.Overall for that Sept. 12-18 frame, based on Nielsen, NBC cruised among grown ups 18-49 having a 2.8 rating/8 share, then ABC, CBS and ESPN (all at 1.7/5) after which Fox and Univision (both at 1.6/5). The Peacock also ruled the rankings roost both in grown ups 25-54 (3.3/8) and total audiences (8.two million).Football telecasts stated the week's top three spots in 18-49, with NBC's "Sunday Evening Football" game between your Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles (10./25, 23.42m) easily the very best draw -- and once more in front of the same week this past year.ESPN also did well using its "Monday Evening Football" doubleheader (6.3/17 in 18-49, 14.57m for brand new England-Miami and 5.4/16, 11.11m for Concord-Colorado).Outdoors of sports, the week's best demo score originated from Fox's telecast of "The Primetime Emmy Honours" on Sunday (4.2/11 in 18-49, 12.44m), that was up 2% versus. this past year in 18-49 despite an 8% downtick as a whole audiences. Host Jane Lynch of "Glee" appeared to create over many of the youthful women who watch the series, because the kudocast's rating in femmes 12-34 was up 13% versus. this past year (4.4 versus. 3.9) to some five-year high.Among series, the performance finale of "America's Got Talent" (3.8/11, 13.67m) tied with MTV's "Jersey Shoreline" (3.8/11, 6.97m) as tops among grown ups 18-49, with "Talent's" Wednesday finale drawing probably the most total audiences associated with a nonsports program for that week (14.37 million).Airing after "Talent," the preview of "Up Through The Night" at 10:30 p.m. did a powerful 3.7/10 in 18-49 (the very best show from the evening) and 10.95 million audiences overall before it moves to eight o'clock now. And also the outcome was also encouraging on Thursday whenever a repeat from the Christina Applegate-Will Arnett comedy did single. rating being released of the .6 to have an encore of "Community."CW released its midweek nights with mixed success, as "90210" remains a modest artist on Tuesday (.9/3 in 18-49, 1.61m), but Sarah Michelle Gellar drama "Ringer" increased from contributing-in in the preem (1.2/3, 2.84m).Wednesday would be a struggle, with reality show "H8R" opening gradually (.6/2, 1.29m), and vet "America's Next Top Model" ongoing its decline in the return (.9/2, 1.96m).Thursday looks to again function as the net's top evening, with "The Vampire Journals" (1.5/5, 3.10m) and newcomer "The Key Circle" (1.3/3, 3.05m) very compatible. "Secret" maintained 86% of "Vampire's" lead-in among women 12-34 (1.9 versus. 2.2).Also a week ago, CBS began the 23rd edition of "Survivor" (3.4/10, 10.74m), lower 15% from this past year, and "Your Government" wrapped its season (2.9/8, 7.78m) on componen with this past year. For that summer time, though, "Brother" had its best showing since 2004. Contact Ron Kissell at

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