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TV Show Ratings for Monday, 05/02/11 [finals]

Dancing with the StarsOver on The CW, both Gossip Girl and 90210 saw week-to-week losses. For the latter, it as the second week in a row.

On NBC, the entire line-up continues to struggle. Chuck and Law & Order: Los Angeles were both up but their numbers are still dismal. The Event maintained last week’s increase but it still did poorly. With numbers like these, it wouldn’t be a surprise if NBC cancelled all three series.

8pm
Dancing with the Stars (120 min)
– 21.402 million viewers
– 13.3/20 HH
– 4.5/12 A18-49 (-4.3%)

House
– 8.570 million viewers
– 5.1/8 HH
– 2.9/8 A18-49 (-9.4%)

How I Met Your Mother
– 6.765 million viewers
– 4.2/7 HH
– 2.8/8 A18-49 (+12.0%)

Chuck
– 4.097 million viewers
– 2.5/4 HH
– 1.4/4 A18-49 (+7.7%)

90210
– 1.474 million viewers
– 1.0/2 HH
– 0.8/2 A18-49 (-11.1%)
– 0.9/3 A18-34
– 1.2/4 W18-34 (-7.7%)

8:30pm
Mad Love
– 5.711 million viewers
– 3.5/5 HH
– 2.2/6 A18-49 (+10.0%)

9pm
Two and a Half Men (r)
– 7.685 million viewers
– 4.9/7 HH
– 2.2/6 A18-49

The Chicago Code
– 5.595 million viewers
– 3.4/5 HH
– 1.6/4 A18-49 (-11.1%)

The Event
– 4.143 million viewers
– 2.6/4 HH
– 1.3/3 A18-49 (0%)

Gossip Girl
– 1.266 million viewers
– 0.9/1 HH
– 0.7/2 A18-49 (-12.5%)
– 0.9/3 A18-34
– 1.5/4 W18-34 (-11.8%)

9:30pm
Mike & Molly
– 8.185 million viewers
– 5.1/7 HH
– 2.4/6 A18-49 (-7.7%)

10pm
Castle
– 12.108 million viewers
– 7.8/12 HH
– 2.9/7 A18-49 (-3.3%)

Hawaii Five-0
– 9.834 million viewers
– 6.2/10 HH
– 2.5/6 A18-49 (-10.7%)

Law & Order: Los Angeles
– 4.852 million viewers
– 3.3/5 HH
– 1.4/4 A18-49 (+7.7%)

Raw ratings data copyright Nielsen, courtesy AdWeek.

 

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TVFan May 3, 2011 at 4:06 pm

NBC really needs to move LA off Mondays. put it back on wednesdays to pair it with SVU and get audience watching previews from the Voice and Biggest Loser. Seriously, Monday is death at NBC.

The Event is decent, but needs a bullet in it. NBC mishandled it too.

Best thing NBC could do?
– Renew LA and SVU, and bring back the mothership, and put one Wednesday, one Thursday, and one Friday. Do crossovers and really make the franchise a show itself. L&O would do better than any of the crap they tried this year.

– Buy the rights to Without a Trace from CBS . Put it on Tuesday after Biggest Loser.

– Consider a new spinoff of some of the favorite shows of the past, if the actor(s) would agree. Just a thought.

– Consider a well written “family night” and try to find that demographic a home which is currently underserved. Family comedies still have a place. You could have 3-4 shows and put them on a Monday night and it would do well, I think.

– Make a play at Rizzoli & Isles to try to pull it off cable. It’s by far and away the best show on cable and it should be on network TV for 24 episodes, not 13 on TNT.

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