Saturday TV Show Ratings: Smash, Bet on Your Baby, 48 Hours, NASCAR

April 27 TV ratingsSaturday, April 27, 2013 ratingsNew episodes: 48 Hours, Bet on Your Baby, and Smash. Sports: NASCAR. Movie: Over the Hedge. Special: Mayweather. Episode reruns: Criminal Minds, The Voice, and Saturday Night Live.

8pmBet on Your Baby: 0.6 in the demo (-14% change) with 2.55 million.
9pmOver the Hedge: (movie) 0.6 in the demo with 2.12 million.

8pmMayweather: (special) 0.4 in the demo with 1.73 million.
9pmCriminal Minds: (rerun) 0.6 in the demo with 3.59 million.
10pm48 Hours: 0.9 in the demo (-10% change) with 4.88 million.

8pm – NASCAR: (sports) 1.3 in the demo with 5.39 million.

8pmSmash: 0.4 in the demo (0% change) with 1.89 million.
9pmThe Voice: (rerun) 0.6 in the demo with 2.12 million.
10pmSaturday Night Live: (rerun) 0.8 in the demo with 2.32 million.

These are the fast affiliate ratings. The “demo” refers to the viewers in the 18-49 demographic. The percentages represent the change since the previous original episode. (Percentages aren’t given for reruns or specials.) “Million” refers to the total number of viewers.

To see past ratings for a particular show, click the show’s link. The show pages are updated with the daily final ratings when they become available. Those pages include percentage changes in both the demo and total viewership, in addition to season averages to date.

Here are the show season averages, grouped by network: ABC | CBS | CW | FOX | NBC

What were you watching Saturday night? Originals, reruns, something from your DVR, or something better?

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2 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. honeycure says

    I usually stay home on Saturday nights….and true, there is absolutely nothing good to watch except ‘Smash’.

  2. bg says

    It keeps getting worse for Saturday night TV. One of the 4 networks needs to have the balls and put something great on Saturday‚ĶI’ll watch. Not everyone is going out in this economy.

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