Revolution: Season One Ratings

Revolution TV show ratings on NBCWhile characters of Revolution try to find a way to recover the world’s power, NBC is trying to recover their ratings power. If the TV series can help them or not will ultimately determine if the show is cancelled or renewed for a second season.

The show’s large cast includes Billy Burke, Tracy Spiridakos, Anna Lise Phillips, Graham Rogers, JD Pardo, Zak Orth, Maria Howell, David Lyons, Giancarlo Esposito, Tim Guinee, Elizabeth Mitchell, Derek Webster, and Daniella Alonso.

The first season of Revolution typically airs Monday nights at 10pm. NBC has ordered 13 20 episodes. Below are the TV show’s latest ratings for the first season, the best way to tell if Revolution will stick around long enough for the series’ storyline to conclude.

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

Final season averages: 2.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 7.21 million total viewers.

Episode 01-20: Monday, 06/03/13
2.0 in the demo (+5% change) with 6.17 million (-2% change).
Season averages: 2.57 in the demo with 7.21 million.

Episode 01-19: Monday, 05/27/13
1.9 in the demo (0% change) with 6.32 million (+12% change).
Season averages: 2.60 in the demo with 7.27 million.

Episode 01-18: Monday, 05/20/13
1.9 in the demo (0% change) with 5.64 million (+2% change).
Season averages: 2.64 in the demo with 7.32 million.

Episode 01-17: Monday, 05/13/13
1.9 in the demo (-5% change) with 5.51 million (-9% change).
Season averages: 2.68 in the demo with 7.42 million.

Episode 01-16: Monday, 05/06/13
2.0 in the demo (+11% change) with 6.06 million (+10% change).
Season averages: 2.73 in the demo with 7.54 million.

Episode 01-15: Monday, 04/29/13
1.8 in the demo (-10% change) with 5.49 million (-7% change).
Season averages: 2.78 in the demo with 7.64 million.

UPDATE: NBC has renewed this show for 2013-14 and has ordered 22 episodes.

Episode 01-14: Monday, 04/22/13
2.0 in the demo (-9% change) with 5.88 million (-3% change).
Season averages: 2.85 in the demo with 7.79 million.

Episode 01-13: Monday, 04/08/13
2.2 in the demo (0% change) with 6.07 million (-5% change).
Season averages: 2.92 in the demo with 7.94 million.

Episode 01-12: Monday, 04/01/13
2.2 in the demo (-15% change) with 6.36 million (-10% change).
Season averages: 2.98 in the demo with 8.09 million.

Episode 01-11: Monday, 03/25/13
2.6 in the demo (-10% change) with 7.03 million (-18% change).
Season averages: 3.05 in the demo with 8.25 million.

Episode 01-10: Monday, 11/26/12
2.9 in the demo (+12% change) with 8.54 million (+22% change).
Season averages: 3.09 in the demo with 8.37 million.

NBC TV show ratingsEpisode 01-09: Monday, 11/19/12
2.6 in the demo (0% change) with 7.02 million (-1% change).
Season averages: 3.11 in the demo with 8.35 million.

Episode 01-08: Monday, 11/12/12
2.6 in the demo (-7% change) with 7.10 million (-3% change).
Season averages: 3.17 in the demo with 8.52 million.

Episode 01-07: Monday, 11/05/12
2.8 in the demo (-7% change) with 7.34 million (-7% change).
Season averages: 3.26 in the demo with 8.72 million.

Episode 01-06: Monday, 10/29/12
3.0 in the demo (-9% change) with 7.90 million (-8% change).
Season averages: 3.33 in the demo with 8.95 million.

Episode 01-05: Monday, 10/15/12
3.3 in the demo (+10% change) with 8.61 million (+8% change).
Season averages: 3.40 in the demo with 9.16 million.

Episode 01-04: Monday, 10/08/12
3.0 in the demo (-6% change) with 8.01 million (-4% change).
Season averages: 3.42 in the demo with 9.30 million.

UPDATE: NBC has given Revolution a full season pick up.

Episode 01-03: Monday, 10/01/12
3.2 in the demo (-6% change) with 8.32 million (-10% change).
Season averages: 3.57 in the demo with 9.73 million.

Episode 01-02: Monday, 09/24/12
3.4 in the demo (-17% change) with 9.21 million (-21% change).
Season averages: 3.75 in the demo with 10.43 million.

Episode 01-01: Monday, 09/17/12
4.1 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 11.65 million total viewers.
Season average: 4.1 in the demo with 11.65 million.

It was a very positive start for Revolution. It retained most of the viewers from lead-in The Voice and most watched the entire episode. NBC released the first episode online earlier this month so some people may have watched that and not tuned in to see it on television.

Compared to last year’s timeslot occupant (The Playboy Club), NBC was up by 156% in the demo and 132% in total 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 Revolution TV series? Do you think it should be cancelled or renewed for a second season?

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161 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. Why Watch says

    Whiny kids, whiny uncle. Ridiculous premise, like we can magically store electrical reactions and turn it off at will. And turn it back on with a pendant. There needs to be some truth to science to be science fiction. I’d rather see a story of people coping in this new world then watch the Whiny’s. I would have left the kid to her own by now.

  2. william gordon says

    SCIENCE…used in fiction (sci-fi) this show just makes up rubbish and expects people with at least some kind of IQ to believe it. (doesnt happen)
    whats wrong with diesel engines, harnessed to machinery…voila.
    we are expected to believe we all turn into 18th century serfs because the lights went out…lol
    If this even survives a season it goes to show, we ARE, all doomed

    Restart SGU and give us some decent entertainment

    • Craig says

      Why are people trying to pigeon hole this show as Sci Fi? This show can fit in the same genre as Lost or other shows that are based more than science. If you enjoyed Lost or Alcatraz, then there is no reason to not like this show unless you just don’t like it.

  3. Janet says

    I read another article that described Revolution’s ratings in terms of live views and DVR recordings, and it seems like the show is doing pretty well in both categories. I’m in the DVR viewership, as I prefer to watch TV on my own time.

  4. George Sheldon says

    I have been in the broadcasting business for 28 years and have seen good show come and go. JJ Abrams had a hit with Alcatraz but FOX did not think so. I think this show is a hit and will survive as it is up against Hawaii-Five-O which can be recorded on the DVR and watched later. I say KEEP IT as I am hooked. I think we have something that replace LOST.

  5. Peter says

    I don’t tink it will last. They’ve already given away who the ‘milita’ is controlled by if ‘miles’ has a change of heart than maybe it deserves a chance

  6. Susan says

    I’m not into physics or science but I liked this show and I hope it survives. I plan to continue watching. I recorded DWTS and The Voice and watched them later. I enjoy all 3 shows and its hard to choose.

  7. Anonymous says

    Okay

    1. The show infers that it is at all possible for electrons to not flow through conductors and semiconductors. This would violate probably every law of physics in accordance with band theory and metallic bonding, and all metals, let alone all matter would cease to exist.

    2. It is further stipulated that internal combustion engines (cars, jets, coal burning power stations) would cease to function. This would mean that combustion reactions can no longer occur to power machinery. Again, this violates basic physics/chemistry, in that a chemical reaction can no longer occur (perhaps they ran out of oxygen)

    3. If internal combustion engines cease to operate, why do firearms continue to work? Considering the two rely on the EXACT SAME PRINCIPLES. Nice pothole by the writers.

    I can’t watch this show as it hurts my IQ

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