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CSI: Miami: Ratings for the 2011-2012 TV Season

CSI: Miami ratingsHere are the updated ratings for the CSI: Miami TV series. Lt. Horatio Caine (David Caruso) and his forensics team continue to investigate crimes in sunny Miami, Florida. The 10th season of CSI: Miami typically airs Sunday nights at 10pm on the CBS network.

These are the TV show’s ratings for the 2011-12 season, the best way to tell if CSI: Miami is going to be cancelled or renewed for season 11. Check out our CBS ratings report card to see how this show’s numbers compare with the others on the network.

These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:

Update: CSI: Miami has been cancelled by CBS. There won’t be an 11th season.

Final 10th season averages: 2.1 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 9.85 million total viewers.

Episode 10-19: Sunday, 04/08/12
1.7 in the demo (-19% episode-to-episode change) with 7.94 million; first in the timeslot.
Season average: 2.14 in the demo with 9.85 million.
Demo average rank: #16 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-18: Sunday, 03/25/12
2.1 in the demo (+17% episode-to-episode change) with 9.29 million; tied for first in the timeslot.
Season average: 2.16 in the demo with 9.95 million.
Demo average rank: #16 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-17: Sunday, 03/18/12
1.8 in the demo (-14% episode-to-episode change) with 8.54 million; third in the timeslot.
Season average: 2.16 in the demo with 9.99 million.
Demo average rank: #16 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-16: Sunday, 03/11/12
2.1 in the demo (0% episode-to-episode change) with 10.72 million; third in the timeslot.
Season average: 2.19 in the demo with 10.08 million.
Demo average rank: #16 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-15: Sunday, 03/04/12
2.1 in the demo (-5% episode-to-episode change) with 10.14 million; third in the timeslot.
Season average: 2.19 in the demo with 10.04 million.
Demo average rank: #16 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-14: Sunday, 02/19/12
2.2 in the demo (-4% episode-to-episode change) with 10.03 million; second in the timeslot.
Season average: 2.20 in the demo with 10.03 million.
Demo average rank: #16 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-13: Sunday, 1/29/12
2.3 in the demo (-12% episode-to-episode change) with 10.57 million; second in the timeslot.
Season average: 2.20 in the demo with 10.03 million.
Demo average rank: #16 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-12: Sunday, 1/8/12
2.6 in the demo (+24% episode-to-episode change) with 10.46 million; first in the timeslot.
Season average: 2.19 in the demo with 9.99 million.
Demo average rank: #15 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-11: Sunday, 12/11/11
2.1 in the demo (-5% episode-to-episode change) with 10.16 million.
Season average: 2.15 in the demo with 9.95 million.
Demo average rank: #15 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-10: Sunday, 12/04/11
2.1 in the demo (+11% episode-to-episode change) with 10.43 million; second in the timeslot.
Season average: 2.16 in the demo with 9.93 million.
Demo average rank: #15 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-09: Sunday, 11/20/11
1.9 in the demo (-10% episode-to-episode change) with 9.55 million.
Season average: 2.17 in the demo with 9.87 million.
Demo average rank: #15 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-08: Sunday, 11/13/11
2.1 in the demo (+11% episode-to-episode change) with 9.77 million; second in the timeslot.
Season average: 2.20 in the demo with 9.91 million.
Demo average rank: #15 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-07: Sunday, 11/06/11
1.9 in the demo (-14% episode-to-episode change) with 8.67 million; third in the timeslot.
Season average: 2.21 in the demo with 9.93 million.
Demo average rank: #15 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-06: Sunday, 10/30/11
2.2 in the demo (+5% episode-to-episode change) with 9.97 million; delayed 30 minutes in some areas.
Season average: 2.27 in the demo with 10.14 million.
Demo average rank: #15 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-05: Sunday, 10/23/11
2.1 in the demo (-13% episode-to-episode change) with 9.77 million; third in the timeslot.
Season average: 2.3 in the demo with 10.17 million.
Demo average rank: #15 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-04: Sunday, 10/16/11
2.4 in the demo (+9% episode-to-episode change) with 10.64 million; second in the timeslot.
Season average: 2.3 in the demo with 10.28 million.
Demo average rank: #15 of 19 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-03: Sunday, 10/9/11
2.2 in the demo (-8% episode-to-episode change) with 10.23 million (delayed 30 minutes due to football).
Season average: 2.3 in the demo with 10.15 million.
Demo average rank: #15 of 19 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 10-02: Sunday, 10/2/11
2.4 in the demo (4% episode-to-episode change) with 10.34 million; third in the timeslot (started 22 minutes late due to football).
Season average: 2.3 in the demo with 10.12 million.
Demo average rank: #15 of 19 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012)..

Episode 10-01: Sunday, 9/25/11
2.3 in the demo with 9.89 million; third in the timeslot. The debut was down by 28% in the demo when compared to last year’s season opener.


Reference point: The 2010-11 season averaged a 2.4 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 10.39 million viewers.

Note: These ratings are collected by the Nielsen company and are the final national numbers. These are different from the fast affiliate numbers which are just estimates of the actual ratings and are reported on by most other outlets. The final nationals are typically released within 24 hours of the programming or, in the case of weekends and holidays, a couple days later.

What do you think? Do you like the CSI: Miami TV series? Do you think it should be cancelled or renewed for an 11th season?

 

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{ 19 comments }

Linda March 24, 2012 at 11:22 am

Dont take csi miami off please.I Love that show

Claudia March 19, 2012 at 5:24 pm

CSI Miami is one of the shows that I DVR so I don’t care what night is is on, but it does matter to the show. CBS put it on a fail for sure night, why do the networks do that? They have a winner, so they put it on a bad night, then they have to cancel it. The person who’s running the programing should be cancelled, not the show. Then they put it opposite GCB a real trash show so for sure it will fail, everyone seems to like trash better.

Melanie March 14, 2012 at 10:16 am

KEEP CSI MIAMI!!!!!!!! It is amazing it has done as well as it has with it’s handicapped time spot. No show could succeed in that spot. CBS should put one of it’s Saturday night crime re-runs there.

James March 12, 2012 at 5:20 pm

I rather see this show end and keep CSI: NY on! I admit that the stories itself are pretty good but I CAN’T STAND Horatio Caine. I hate his actings. His actings is the reason why I don’t watch CSI: Miami with except the reruns occasionally on other channels. I like all other actors/actress but not Horatio! I rather see CSI: NY stay on.

Jessica March 7, 2012 at 6:41 am

They can’t cancel any of the CSI’s. It’s not Miami’s fault that they were forced to air on Sunday night. I have to DVR the show since I work on Mondays. Plus, I have to make sure that it’s set to record for an hour and 30 minutes just to make sure I get the full show since all the sports being aired go into overtime. Come on CBS. Don’t be stupid. Move their time slot to a week night or remember that a lot of people DVR their shows now. A lot of really great shows wouldn’t be canceled today if networks could rate their shows off what’s being recorded and watched later on.

paul February 21, 2012 at 3:07 pm

maybe if they just showed the episodes, instead of going back and forth between repeats and new ones

Mildred Hopkins January 30, 2012 at 10:44 pm

I love the lead actor but grew very sick of all the catering to the Spanish speaking. This country is ENGLISH speaking so learn it or leave. Cancel the show and replace it with something American.

Dd March 20, 2012 at 12:35 pm

You are wrong prove it

Bruce November 22, 2011 at 9:24 am

What? CSI Miami is still ON??!?!? I had no idea. Haven’t watched any of them in about 5 years. Played out for me.

Thnunumber6 November 22, 2011 at 7:48 am

To be honest, thwe only CSI show I still watch regularly is New York, but since my cable company has a set-up in which customers can watch certain shows for free later, Ive been trying to get caught up on watching it. The writing and acting are still pretty good, so I hope CBS doesn’t cancel either show.

Barb November 21, 2011 at 1:15 pm

I love CSI Miami and the Good Wife. But CBS puts them on Sun nites and all the games run into overtime. I don’t want to stay up past midnight to watch any show…I try and tape them but you have to tape from 8 to 12 to ‘catch them”. And then CBS will say their ratings are low? Yoo Hoo! It’s horrible when you put shows on after the sports…you never know what time they will come on. CBS should be ashamed! If you cancel them, I will never watch CBS again. You can keep your sports and reality shows.

Melanie November 19, 2011 at 12:42 am

Just want to echo the sentiments in the above comments. It was the kiss of death to move CSI Miami to the late spot on Sunday night. Football games have caused the delay or total deletion of the show. CBS is onlycutting their own throats by destroying this show. What do you think CSI Miami fans will watch while waiting impatiently for their favorite show? Something on another network! Bye Bye CBS!!

Elaine November 12, 2011 at 11:56 pm

There are two great shows on CBS on Sunday nights but the constant delay of programming due to football is destroying these shows. People have to go to bed because Monday is a work day so delaying the shows be even 1/2 hour puts the screws to a schedule. You can’t set The Good Wife or CSI Miam to record because you know never know when they will start or end. CBS really screwed up when they moved both of these good shows to Sunday Nights. It’s the “kill the show” spot on CBS and I am sick of it. There is enough football on Sundays that it does not have to delay good scripted shows.

Lisa November 2, 2011 at 11:40 pm

I love csi miami! it should be renewed for season 11! Lt.Horatio Caine and Nataila Boa Vista are my favorite characters! I hope CSI MIAMI can do at least 2 more seasons!!! I love this show too much for it to be canceled! please dont cancele it!!! CSI:MIAMI #1 show in the world!!! :)

dan October 24, 2011 at 4:11 pm

I think you should not cancele CSI:Miami

Elizabeth Scanlon March 22, 2012 at 12:41 pm

I agree csi miami shouldn’t not be cancelled on account unnecessary programing. I love CSI Miami please don’t cancel the show.

Eric Murray October 10, 2011 at 7:34 pm

There are still great things that can be done with the show. I love it!