Thursday Ratings: Surviving Jack, Bad Teacher, Black Box, Hollywood Game Night

Surviving Jack canceled ratingsThursday, May 8, 2014 ratingsNew episodes: Hollywood Game Night, The Big Bang Theory, The Millers, Two and a Half Men, Bad Teacher, Elementary, Grey’s Anatomy, Black Box, The Vampire Diaries, Reign, Hell’s Kitchen, American Idol, and Surviving Jack. Specials: American Comedy Awards. Reruns: Grey’s Anatomy.

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  1. Sheryl says

    Surviving Jack was one of the BEST shows Fox has come out with in a long time. Married with Children got off to a slow start & lasted 10 years. GIVE IT A CHANCE!!!! One of the ONLY shows the entire family can watch and actually ENJOY!!!!

  2. CK says

    Looking at the network ratings, it seems that most of the US doesn’t watch television. The networks are reaching fewer than 30 million. Unless cable is capturing much larger audience than the networks, it seems that watching television is just not something most people spend their evening doing. What am I missing?

  3. ccc says

    Really? Such stereotyped, one-dimensional characters? Seeing S. Gilbert and K. Davis play such sterile, one dimensional characters often made fun of my a non-trained woman out to land a bank account. Freaking hilarious–I don’t think so.

  4. JB Fiiilm Critic says

    CBS’ Bad Teacher new TV series is OUTSTANDING. You can see the show starts out with a high contrast between where Ari Graynor’s character begins, and where she seems destined to grow. Another interesting aspect is how she affects those around her and vice versa during the journey.

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