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Mike & Molly: 2011-12 TV Season Ratings

Mike & Molly ratingsHere are the ratings for the Mike & Molly TV series where the relationship of police officer Mike Biggs (Billy Gardell) and elementary school teacher Molly Flynn (Melissa McCarthy) continues. The second season of Mike & Molly typically airs Monday nights at 9:30pm on the CBS network.

These are the TV show’s ratings for the 2011-12 season, the best way to tell if Mike & Molly is going to be cancelled or renewed for season three. 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:

Episode 02-23: Monday, 05/14/12
3.4 in the demo (+10% episode-to-episode change) with 11.79 million; second in the timeslot.
Season average: 3.72 in the demo with 11.46 million.
Demo average rank: #6 of 22 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-22: Monday, 05/07/12
3.1 in the demo (-3% episode-to-episode change) with 10.14 million; second in the timeslot.
Season average: 3.74 in the demo with 11.45 million.
Demo average rank: #6 of 22 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-21: Monday, 04/30/12
3.2 in the demo (+3% episode-to-episode change) with 10.16 million; second in the timeslot.
Season average: 3.77 in the demo with 11.51 million.
Demo average rank: #6 of 22 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-20: Monday, 04/16/12
3.1 in the demo (-3% episode-to-episode change) with 9.54 million; second in the timeslot.
Season average: 3.79 in the demo with 11.58 million.
Demo average rank: #6 of 22 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-19: Monday, 04/09/12
3.2 in the demo (+3% episode-to-episode change) with 9.58 million; second in the timeslot.
Season average: 3.83 in the demo with 11.68 million.
Demo average rank: #6 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-18: Monday, 03/19/12
3.1 in the demo (+7% episode-to-episode change) with 9.71 million; third in the timeslot.
Season average: 3.87 in the demo with 11.80 million.
Demo average rank: #6 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

UPDATE: Mike & Molly has been renewed for a third season by CBS.

Episode 02-17: Monday, 02/27/12
2.9 in the demo (-15% episode-to-episode change) with 10.12 million; third in the timeslot.
Season average: 3.91 in the demo with 11.92 million.
Demo average rank: #6 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-16: Monday, 02/20/12
3.4 in the demo (0% episode-to-episode change) with 11.33 million; second in the timeslot.
Season average: 3.98 in the demo with 12.04 million.
Demo average rank: #6 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-15: Monday, 02/13/12 (season low)
3.4 in the demo (0% episode-to-episode change) with 10.91 million; second in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.01 in the demo with 12.08 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-14: Monday, 02/06/12
3.4 in the demo (-11% episode-to-episode change) with 10.95 million; second in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.06 in the demo with 12.17 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-13: Monday, 01/16/12
3.8 in the demo (0% episode-to-episode change) with 11.09 million; first in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.11 in the demo with 12.26 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 21 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-12: Monday, 01/02/12
3.8 in the demo (-5% episode-to-episode change) with 11.90 million; first in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.13 in the demo with 12.36 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-11: Monday, 12/12/11
4.0 in the demo (-5% episode-to-episode change) with 12.77 million; first in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.16 in the demo with 12.40 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-10: Monday, 12/05/11
4.2 in the demo (0% episode-to-episode change) with 12.66 million; first in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.18 in the demo with 12.37 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-09: Monday, 11/21/11
4.2 in the demo (-5% episode-to-episode change) with 13.05 million; first in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.18 in the demo with 12.33 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-08: Monday, 11/14/11
4.4 in the demo (+5% episode-to-episode change) with 12.18 million; first in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.17 in the demo with 12.24 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-07: Monday, 11/07/11
4.2 in the demo (+14% episode-to-episode change) with 11.93 million; first in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.14 in the demo with 12.25 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-06: Monday, 10/31/11
3.7 in the demo (-12% episode-to-episode change) with 11.45 million; first in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.13 in the demo with 12.31 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-05: Monday, 10/24/11
4.2 in the demo (+8% episode-to-episode change) with 12.16 million; tied for first in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.2 in the demo with 12.48 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 20 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-04: Monday, 10/17/11
3.9 in the demo (0% episode-to-episode change) with 11.51 million; first in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.2 in the demo with 12.56 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 19 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-03: Monday, 10/10/11
3.9 in the demo (-9% episode-to-episode change) with 11.65 million; first in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.3 in the demo with 12.9 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 19 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-02: Monday, 10/3/11
4.3 in the demo (-10% episode-to-episode) with 13.2 million, first in the timeslot.
Season average: 4.5 in the demo with 13.53 million.
Demo average rank: #5 of 19 scripted TV shows on the network (Fall 2011 – Spring 2012).

Episode 02-01: Monday, 9/26/11
Thanks in part to better-than-usual lead-in support from Two and a Half Men, this sitcom kicked off the season to series high ratings. It registered a 4.8 in the 18-49 demographic with 13.86 million viewers. That amounted to a 19% increase in the demo when compared to the show’s series debut a year earlier.


Reference point: The 2010-11 season averaged a 3.4 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 11.05 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 Mike & Molly TV series? Do you think it should be cancelled or renewed for a third season?

 

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mickey June 11, 2012 at 3:37 pm

Keep “Mike and Molly” on the air. The writing is brilliant, the characters are so real and human that it shows that love still thrives. It hurts to see that the show is repeatedly overlooked or omitted altogether when the promo spots are aired.

Billy Gardell leads the cast to excellence, just as Chuck Lorre knew he would. Gardell is an accomplished actor who can make the dialogue soar. He’s a funny, funny man! I’d like to sing one day with Cleo King and Reno Wilson is an actor with his ears so finely tuned on the inflections of speech that he can turn words into laughs. Katy Mixon has absolutely no right to be so pretty and still be able to act and sing and Ms. Kurtz brings wit to her lopsided wisdom. Rondi is randy in all the right places, and Nyambi makes me want to visit Chicago and eat pancakes. This show is the best thing to come to television in years. Please, please keep it on the air.

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Barb and Jim May 27, 2012 at 8:20 pm

We love this show..lots of new good humor vs same old same old

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samspring May 1, 2012 at 10:25 pm

finally, a show that isn’t so racy it makes me embarassed, yet great good humor and i can embrace my adulthood!

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mickey June 11, 2012 at 3:10 pm

If I didn’t love this show so much, I’d love it even more. So many shows have spirled downward into soft porn that it makes me angry. Mike and Molly have given a new meaning to “sex” as an expression of the characters’ love for each other. Remember when that’s what it meant? Billy Gardell is more than accomplished when it comes to acting. As a comdien he’s mix of Gleason, Skelton and Ed Wynne. Yet he’s as new and as fresh as bananas and cream. He doesn’t say funny things. HE SAYS THINGS, FUNNY! Clearly he leads the show “Mike and Molly” to exactly where Chuck Lorre knew he would and, unselfishly, he gives everyone else in the cast a chance to sparkle and show what they can do. Cleo King, the bedimpled and bedazzling Reno Wilson, Katy Mixon (no body has right to be that pretty and be talented too) and I could go on and on.

The writing is brilliant, the characters breathe and the laughs are so memorable that I find myself thinking the dialogue for days and weks afterward. I have recorded almost every episode and when there is a hole in my heart, I refer to them for a glimpse once again of love and laughter as it was meant to be. Congratulations to Chuck Lorre and Higgins, and all the rest who saw the beauty in these talented performers. And if anybody at CBS is stupid enough to let this show slip through their fingers; then all I have to say is: Billy, Melissa, and all the rest, turn around on the unemployment line because those suits who let you go will be standing right behing you.

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CRISSANDRA GANO December 14, 2011 at 10:44 am

BEST SHOW EVER!

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Michael December 13, 2011 at 3:09 pm

LOVE IT. Keep it.

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Karen November 16, 2011 at 8:43 am

keep it, its a funny show. We enjoy it.

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Ross November 6, 2011 at 12:28 pm

Keep it, not Blue Bloods!

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Craig October 18, 2011 at 12:27 pm

A 3.9 and a 4.3 in the demo, and the show was still only the fifth highest rated show on CBS. CBS is a monster. Mike and Molly are doing better than the whole CW lineup combined.

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Norton October 11, 2011 at 3:10 pm

Them being engaged doesn’t work. Cancel it.

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