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Ratings Roundup for the Week of November 14, 2021

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The CW premiered The Flash and Riverdale last week. The Flash opened up a bit from where it ended in July. Riverdale opened its sixth season less than a month after wrapping its fifth. The show opened down one hundred thousand viewers from its finale. Walker lost one hundred thousand viewers as well but it's still the show with the highest viewer numbers on the network and is in no danger. All American was even. 

ProgramRatingMillions of ViewersRenew/Cancel
The Flash (premiere)0.20.7 
All American0.20.6 
Walker0.10.8 
Penn & Teller: Fool Us0.10.7 
Whose Line Is It Anyway?0.10.6 
Whose Line Is It Anyway? (rerun)0.10.6 
DC's Legends of Tomorrow0.10.5 
World's Funniest Animals0.10.5 
World's Funniest Animals (rerun)0.10.5 
44000.10.4 
Batwoman0.10.4 
Legacies0.10.4 
Riverdale (premiere)0.10.3 
Legends of the Hidden Temple0.10.2 
Nancy Drew0.00.4 
Masters Of Illusion (rerun)0.00.3 
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ABC had a quiet week last week. The Wednesday comedy block returned after a week off. The Goldbergs, The Conners, and The Wonder Years were all even with their last new episodes. Home Economics managed to pick up a tenth. Queens lost another hundred thousand viewers and is likely done. (Much to the relief of Big Sky, The Rookie, and A Million Little Things, which are also in danger of cancellation at the end of the current season.)

ProgramRatingMillions of ViewersRenew/Cancel
20/200.97.1 
College Football0.93.5 
Dancing with the Stars (Monday)0.74.8 
Station 190.74.8 
The Bachelorette0.73.0 
Grey's Anatomy0.64.2 
Shark Tank0.64.2 
The Goldbergs0.63.4 
America's Funniest Home Videos0.54.7 
Celebrity Wheel of Fortune0.53.5 
The Conners0.53.5 
The Good Doctor0.43.7 
The Wonder Years0.42.5 
Home Economics0.42.2 
Supermarket Sweep0.42.1 
Big Sky0.32.8 
The Rookie0.32.6 
A Million Little Things0.32.1 
Queens0.31.2 
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CBS ran repeats for most of the week. Magnum PI and Blue Bloods were even for ratings, though both shows lost a few hundred thousand viewers over the previous week. FBI and FBI: International where both even. FBI: Most Wanted bounced back a tenth after a couple of low weeks. CSI: Vegas not only held its ratings numbers from the previous week but managed to pick up seven hundred thousand viewers in the process. Along with Bull, CSI: Vegas remains the lowest-rated drama for the network, however, which does not bode well for its future. 

ProgramRatingMillions of ViewersRenew/Cancel
NFL Overrun5.322.7 
60 Minutes1.812.5 
Adele: One Night Only1.610.3 
Survivor0.95.8 
FBI0.77.6 
Young Sheldon0.76.9Renewed (through 2024)
FBI: International0.56.0 
FBI: Most Wanted0.55.6 
Ghosts0.55.2 
United States of Al0.54.7 
The Neighborhood (rerun)0.54.0 
Blue Bloods0.45.6 
Magnum PI0.45.0 
B Positive0.44.0 
CSI: Vegas0.43.9 
Bob (Hearts) Abishola (rerun)0.43.5 
CSI:Vegas (rerun)0.43.4 
Tough As Nails0.42.8 
NCIS (rerun)0.33.7 
SWAT (rerun)0.33.1 
Bull (rerun)0.33.0 
48 Hours0.32.7 
The Equaliser (rerun)0.32.6 
NCIS: Hawai'i (rerun)0.22.9 
NCIS: Los Angeles (rerun)0.22.1 
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NBC is playing out the side with Ordinary Joe at this point. No renewal news came for the drama series when La Brea's renewal was announced, so fans should enjoy the last few episodes. La Brea held its ratings from the previous week. New Amsterdam was steady as well. 

ProgramRatingMillions of ViewersRenew/Cancel
Sunday Night Football4.616.7 
Football Night In America3.111.6 
The Voice (Tuesday)0.86.8 
The Voice (Monday)0.86.6 
La Brea0.64.7Renewed
Chicago Med (rerun)0.53.9Renewed (through 2023)
Chicago Fire (rerun)0.53.9Renewed (through 2023)
New Amsterdam0.43.2Renewed (through 2023)
Chicago PD (rerun)0.43.0Renewed (through 2023)
Dateline (Saturday) (rerun)0.42.6 
The Blacklist0.32.9 
Law & Order: SVU (rerun)0.32.2Renewed (through 2023)
The Wall0.32.2 
Vintage SNL0.32.1 
Law & Order: Organised Crime (rerun)0.31.8 
Dateline (Friday)0.31.8 
The Wall (rerun)0.31.8 
Ordinary Joe0.22.9 
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FOX saw steady numbers for most of its scripted shows last week. 9-1-1 was even. The Resident was down a tenth. Our Kind of People lost another hundred thousand viewers. The Big Leap gained a couple hundred thousand, but it won't matter. Both shows are done.

ProgramRatingMillions of ViewersRenew/Cancel
NFL: Thursday Night Football3.713.5 
The Masked Singer1.04.9 
9-1-10.75.1 
WWE Smackdown0.52.0 
The Simpsons0.51.7Renewed (through 2023)
The Simpsons (rerun)0.51.6 
The Resident0.43.0 
Alter Ego0.42.0 
College Football0.41.6 
Bob's Burgers0.41.2Renewed (through 2023)
Family Guy0.41.1Renewed (through 2023)
Our Kind Of People0.31.3 
Bob's Burgers (rerun)0.31.0 
The Great North0.31.0Renewed
The Big Leap0.21.3 

Expect schedule shuffling as networks head into the holiday season this week. Networks will run mostly repeats for Thanksgiving week, and then the Christmas specials start.

Written by LadyShelley on Nov 22, 2021

Comments

LadyShelley posted 2 days ago

Yeah Magnum is ... Magnum has the same problem as MacGyver, Peter Lenkov took a main character/supporting cast plot and tried to make it an ensemble. It just doesn't work well. 

I love his remake of Hawaii Five-0 and keep hope the others would live up to that standard. 

MantvydasN posted 2 days ago

CSI: Vegas is fine, nothing special, but if they want something to get rid of it should Magnum. It started great but every new episode it got worse and worse and then the season 2 ending struck the final blow. 

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