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    Patrick Melrose and Little Women again rated 0.0 in their second weeks.  The bad reviews seem to have hurt Fahrenheit 451, as it had fewer viewers and lower ratings than Paterno.

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    Patrick Melrose and Little Women again rated 0.0 in their second weeks. The bad reviews seem to have hurt Fahrenheit 451, as it had fewer viewers and lower ratings than Paterno.

    Do you think that will have any impact on Patrick Melrose’s Emmy chances? What about Little Women, outside of obvious lock Angela Lansbury?

    Your guess is as good as mine.  Proceed with caution with contenders from these two programs.

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    Is Nielsen still making up fake tracking ratings for streaming? I’m surprised they haven’t said anything about Jessica Jones or Handmaid’s, unless I missed it.

    Whoop diddy scoop!

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    Patrick Melrose makes Saturday’s cable top 150 for the first time!  But still a 0.0 rating, heh.  The Tale bombed that same night. Taking out Jason Ritter again. Maybe we are underestimating Paterno, which appeals to the old guard.

    Paterno Saturday premiere: 1.304 million, 0.32 rating
    Paterno Sunday rerun: 0.494 million, 0.16 rating
    Paterno opening weekend: 1.798 million, 0.48 rating

    Fahrenheit 451 Saturday premiere: 1.107 million, 0.26 rating
    Fahrenheit 451 Sunday rerun: 0.468 million, 0.15 rating
    Fahrenheit 451 opening weekend: 1.575 million, 0.41 rating

    The Tale Saturday premiere: 0.335 million, 0.09 rating
    The Tale did not rerun on Sunday: 0
    The Tale opening weekend: 0.335 million, 0.09 rating

    Westworld sinks to a 0.37 rating, which The Leftovers beat 3/8 times last year.  Sure, it was a holiday weekend and Westworld did out-rate The Leftovers‘ Memorial weekend episode (and Westworld does way better in DVR and on-demand), but the rate of the drop-off is notable.  The Memorial The Leftovers fell 24% from the week before, the Memorial Game of Thrones fell 18% from the week before two years ago, but Westworld fell 37%.  Unlike The Leftovers and Game of Thrones, Westworld has been down every episode this season from the one before; people missing the episode this weekend because of the holiday might accelerate the decline.  Killing Eve ending on a considerable series high in viewers proves that you cannot always just blame everything on the holiday.

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    Succession debuts with more viewers than Here and Now, but lower ratings, which is strange because I would have thought that Adam McKay would skew younger than Holly Hunter.  Patrick Melrose is still rounded to a 0.0, but it has been inching up, I believe every week.  Pose debuts low for FX, but still did better ratings than TrustWestworld recovered some from the holiday last weekend, but otherwise posted its worst numbers of the series.

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    Live + Same Day numbers below

    Barry after Game of Thrones: 1.8 million, 0.72 rating
    2019 average before: 0.5 million, 0.16 rating
    Previous series high: 0.6 million, 0.23 rating

    Veep this weekend: 1.0 million, 0.35 rating
    2019 average before: 0.5 million, 0.17 rating
    Best since (2016): 1.1 million, 0.52 rating
    Series high (2013): 1.3 million, 0.72 rating

    Killing Eve this week (AMC + BBCA): 0.9 million, 0.20 rating
    Last week (AMC + BBCA): 1.2 million, 0.25 rating
    High last year (BBCA): 0.7 million, 0.14 rating

    American Gods this week: 0.2 million, 0.08 rating
    2019 premiere: 0.5 million, 0.16 rating
    2017 finale: 0.8 million, 0.29 rating
    2017 low: 0.6 million, 0.21 rating
    2017 premiere: 0.97 million, 0.36 rating

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    I am shocked by how old-skewing The Big Bang Theory became, but it gives me hope for the future of television.

    The show peaked in the key demographic six years ago:
    20.0 million, 6.4 rating

    Series finale:
    18.5 million, 3.2 rating

    So they lost only seven percent of their total audience, but fifty percent of their demographic rating.  A 6.4 rating six years ago was about 8.4 million and a 3.2 rating today is about 4.4 million.  But The Big Bang Theory only lost 1.5 million, which suggests that all of them were from the key demographic, while 2.5 million aged out of the key demographic.

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    I am shocked by how old-skewing The Big Bang Theory became, but it gives me hope for the future of television.

    The show peaked in the key demographic six years ago:
    20.0 million, 6.4 rating

    Series finale:
    18.5 million, 3.2 rating

    So they lost only seven percent of their total audience, but fifty percent of their demographic rating. A 6.4 rating six years ago was about 8.4 million and a 3.2 rating today is about 4.4 million. But The Big Bang Theory only lost 1.5 million, which suggests that all of them were from the key demographic, while 2.5 million aged out of the key demographic.

    Would you say that it’s a lock that the show will be #1 in the ratings again this year?

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    I love reviving this thread because it means that something interesting has happened. Westworld has returned down significantly in its initial broadcast ratings—below The Outsider, which finished as HBO’s second-most-watched show of the season (after Big Little Lies across all platforms and not just on the same night) after doubling its audience over the season. In The Outsider‘s absence, The Walking Dead surged to a season high, but Westworld‘s lead-outs Avenue 5 and Curb Your Enthusiasm were steady with last week and actually up slightly, which means that people who have been watching The Outsider moved over to AMC instead of staying on HBO for Westworld, but then they actually did come back to HBO to catch the comedies, which says something even worse about Westworld. However, across all platforms, the Westworld premiere was actually stable with its last finale; far fewer are just watching it live now, as people have switched over to streaming it. So that is positive, but Westworld is supposed to be the successor to the Game of Thrones juggernaut and after accounting for all platforms, it is in line with Watchmen, but below Big Little Lies, The Outsider, True Detective and Chernobyl.

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    Not only did Westworld hit a series low this week, but it was beaten by lead-out Insecure in 18–49.  Insecure was also ahead of Last Week Tonight, although Insecure was far below both in total viewers because of the 50+ demographic.  Run debuted to 0.35 million and a 0.12 rating, below Avenue 5 and The Righteous Gemstones, but not the lowest comedy debut of the season for HBO, thanks to Los Espookys getting the unenviable timeslot of Fridays at 11:00 last summer.  Killing Eve returned down in total viewers, but up in 18–49.

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