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Tuesday Ratings: ABC Leads the Broadcast Networks in the First Presidential Debate

Tuesday, September 29, 2020
What follows are the fast affiliate ratings from Nielsen for Tuesday, September 29. Note: These ratings are time period based (and are, therefore, only approximate) – particularly for a live event.
-Total Viewers:
ABC: 8.97 million, NBC: 7.05, CBS: 4.31, Fox: 3.19, CW: 643,000
-Adults 18-49:
ABC: 2.1 rating/10 share, NBC: 1.8/ 8, CBS and Fox: 0.9/ 4 each, CW: 0.1/ 1
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8:00 p.m.
ABC – 20/20 – Trump vs. Biden: The Main Event
Viewers: 5.96 million (#1), A18-49: 1.0/ 6 (#2)
CBS – Love Island
Viewers: 3.00 million (#3), A18-49: 0.7/ 4 (#2)
NBC – The Weakest Link (series premiere/return)
Viewers: 5.79 million (#2), A18-49: 1.1/ 6 (#1)
Fox – Cosmos: Possible Worlds
Viewers: 2.01 million (#4), A18-49: 0.4/ 2 (#4)
CW – Who’s Line is it Anyway? (R)
Viewers: 1.00 (#5), A18-49: 0.2/ 1 (#5)
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8:30 p.m.
ABC – 20/20 – Trump vs. Biden: The Main Event
Viewers: 6.23 million (#2), A18-49: 1.4/ 7 (#1t)
CBS – Love Island
Viewers: 2.67 million (#3), A18-49: 0.6/ 3 (#3)
NBC – The Weakest Link (series premiere/return)
Viewers: 6.34 million (#1), A18-49: 1.4/ 7 (#1t)
Fox – Cosmos: Possible Worlds
Viewers: 2.04 million (#4), A18-49: 0.5/ 2 (#4)
CW – Who’s Line is it Anyway? (R)
Viewers: 933,000 (#5), A18-49: 0.2/ 1 (#5)
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9:00 p.m.
ABC – First Presidential Debate
Viewers: 11.19 million (#1), A18-49: 2.7/12 (#1)
CBS – First Presidential Debate
Viewers: 5.29 million (#3), A18-49: 1.1/ 5 (#4)
NBC – First Presidential Debate
Viewers: 8.03 million (#2), A18-49: 2.1/ 9 (#2)
Fox – First Presidential Debate
Viewers: 4.31 million (#4), A18-49: 1.2/ 5 (#3)
CW – Tell Me a Story (season finale)
Viewers: 357,000 (#5), A18-49: 0.1/ 0 (#5)
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9:30 p.m.
ABC – First Presidential Debate
Viewers: 11.36 million (#1), A18-49: 2.9/12 (#1)
CBS – First Presidential Debate
Viewers: 5.57 million (#3), A18-49: 1.2/ 5 (#4)
NBC – First Presidential Debate
Viewers: 8.03 million (#2), A18-49: 2.1/ 9 (#2)
Fox – First Democratic Debate
Viewers: 8.33 million (#2), A18-49: 2.3/10 (#2)
ABC – First Presidential Debate
Viewers: 4.40 million (#4), A18-49: 1.3/ 6 (#3)
CW – Tell Me a Story (season finale)
Viewers: 278,000 (#5), A18-49: 0.1/ 0 (#5)
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10:00 p.m.
ABC – First Presidential Debate
Viewers: 10.55 million (#1), A18-49: 2.7/12 (#1)
CBS – First Democratic Debate
Viewers: 5.13 million (#3), A18-49: 1.1/ 5 (#3)
NBC – First Democratic Debate
Viewers: 7.73 million (#2), A18-49: 2.2/10 (#2)
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10:30 p.m.
ABC – First Presidential Debate / Analysis
Viewers: 8.00 million (#1), A18-49: 2.0/10 (#1)
CBS – First Democratic Debate / Analysis
Viewers: 4.19 million (#3), A18-49: 0.9/ 4 (#3)
NBC – First Democratic Debate / Analysis
Viewers: 6.10 million (#2), A18-49: 1.6/ 8 (#2)
Source: Nielsen Media Research
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HBO has given a series order for a weekly late-night show from comedian and writer Sam Jay (“Saturday Night Live”) and executive producer Prentice Penny (“Insecure”). The series will debut in 2021 on HBO and will be available to stream on HBO Max. The logline: The Untitled Sam Jay Project will be a weekly 30-minute late-night show in which Sam tackles the top trending topics in urban and world culture for the week – including race, politics, sexual identity, science, celebrity, religion, and more – and examines them from her unique and subversive point of view.
The upcoming series will be executive produced by Sam Jay, Prentice Penny for A Penny For Your Thoughts, Chris Pollack (HBO’s “Pete Holmes: Faces and Sounds,” Netflix’s “Patton Oswalt: Talking for Clapping”), and David Martin and Kara Baker for Avalon. Alex Soler will also serve as co-executive producer for A Penny for Your Thoughts Entertainment.
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The NBA Finals in the Autumn: How Many Viewers Will It Draw?

2020 has been a surreal year for many of us in all parts of our lives, including the sports world which all came to a halt due to the pandemic in mid-March. Even before the coronavirus, it already had been a season of turmoil and heartbreak for the National Basketball Association (NBA). The league had lost business with China last fall over pro-democracy sentiments. As the calendar turned to 2020, the passings of former longtime commissioner David Stern passed away, and just weeks later, Lakers legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna. And on March 11, shortly after Jazz player Rudy Gobert had tested positive for COVID, the sudden cancellation of the NBA regular season, with the oft-featured moment of Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban from his arena floor seat reacting with shock upon learning of the cancellation news from his smartphone.
Even at one point during the sports’ lockdown in the spring, current NBA commissioner Adam Silver expressed additional uncertainty as to how the league would ever return.
But in the summer, the NBA did return. All participating players, personnel and media would reside inside a makeshift “bubble” at Disney World’s Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Fla.
Social injustice has also been in the forefront amidst the pandemic, with the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor and the shooting of the now-paralyzed Jacob Blake — all by police officers. The season, which prominently displays the “Black Lives Matter” statement at each game, nearly ended again following the shooting of Blake in late August with teams (e.g. Bucks, Lakers, Clippers) boycotting play in protest. It was by the urging of former POTUS Barack Obama that brought the NBA back in action.
The resuming of the NBA season followed by its postseason has been a rousing success, providing a model template of a safe environment for sports leagues and film/TV productions.
The Los Angeles Lakers, the team at the center of the NBA’s aforementioned issues and moments (China, Kobe), were already championship favorites entering the 2019-20 season with the acquisition of power forward-center Anthony Davis last summer. The Western Conference representative in the Finals will face LeBron James’ former team from 2010-14, the Miami Heat.
The Heat, with a roster of up-and-coming stars alongside veterans Jimmy Butler and Andre Iguodala, ranked as the No. 5 seed in the East. They swept the Indiana Pacers in the first round, dominated the East’s top-seeded Milwaukee Bucks in the conference semis and outlasted the formidable Boston Celtics in the conference final in six games.
An average of 15.1 million viewers tuned in to Canada’s first-ever NBA championship via Toronto Raptors’ six-game series victory over the Golden State Warriors in June 2019 (also, the first Finals not to feature LeBron James since 2010). The all-time Finals low was in June 2007 when the San Antonio Spurs swept the Cleveland Cavaliers; only 9.3 million had watched. That was LeBron James’ first career Finals appearance. Interest in the Finals has grown considerably larger in his subsequent appearances (since 2010) with average audiences ranging from 15.5 million to 20.4 million viewers, which are some of the best viewership figures since the Michael Jordan era of the late 1990.
If Lakers-Heat had taken place in the Finals’ regular month of June, I’d have predicted 17 million. However, the unique circumstances have positioned the NBA Finals at a hectic period in the sports calendar. The MLB postseason opened while the NFL continues to be a ratings monster. Each time the NBA playoffs had been up against the NFL in prime time within the past three weeks, the NBA has experienced significant dips — something to keep in mind with NBA Finals Games 3 and 6 scheduled opposite NBC’s “Sunday Night Football”. Therefore, I’m going with 14.1 million across five games (Lakers victorious) — still, an excellent figure in today’s fragmented TV world.
I inquired with professionals in the media industry to provide their ratings prognostications for the upcoming NBA Finals. Here are their takes:

Jon Lewis, Sports Media WatchFollow @‪paulsen_smw
NBA ratings were trending down even before the season was halted in March, and the declines have been steeper since the league’s return from a four-month hiatus in July. Between the strange time of year, unusually early start times, and unusually strong competition (NFL, CFB), there have been any number of obstacles for the NBA this postseason. That will not change for the NBA Finals, which should be the lowest rated and least-watched since at least 2007. Just the two NFL head-to-heads alone will be difficult to overcome. I say a 6.2 avg. rating and 10.7 million viewers.
Michael McCarthy, senior writer at Front Office SportsFollow @‪MMcCarthyREV
NBA ratings never recovered from coronavirus shutdown.
14.9 million viewers. 8.7 rating.
Neil Best, Newsday sports columnistFollow @‪sportswatch
13.2 million
 
The NBA has done a great job with its bubble and its fan-free TV presentation, but it’s autumn, and it’s an election year, meaning too much else going on in the world to generate big viewership numbers.
Maury Brown, ForbesFollow @‪BizballMaury
9.2 [rating]/17 million
The return of the Lakers Showtime along with LeBron’s 10th Finals will have ratings up compared to last year, but not as high as it could due to competition from the MLB postseason.
Lou D’Ermilio, LOUD Communications, former Senior Vice President of Fox Sports media relationsFollow @‪LouDCommLLC
Due to changes and uncertainties caused by the pandemic this prediction is no layup, but I’m expecting a competitive six-game series that will average a 9.8 with 17.0 million viewers, an uptick from last year, but below the average of the last 10 years (10.4/17.9mm). Having only one US market competing last year had a detrimental impact, leading to the lowest-rated, least-viewed NBA Finals in a decade. This season, with two competing US markets (one being the second-largest) and Lebron back, audience levels should rebound somewhat.
Patrick Crakes, Crakes Media Consulting, former Senior Vice President of Fox Sports Senior Vice President Programming in Research & Content StrategyFollow @‪Aquinas82nd‬
I’m seeing a 6.5 Household Rating and 11.5 million viewers for a six game series – tying the second lowest Household rating for an NBA Finals since 2002 (Lakers-Nets) & the lowest viewing average since Spurs-Cavs pulled 9.3 million viewers in 2007. While Lakers-Heat is a pretty good match-up the already unique viewing environment that features lower usage will also see every game of the 2020 NBA Finals face significant atypical Tier1 competition from the MLB Playoffs, the NFL or both (a NBA Finals Game 6 will face both Sunday Night Football and ALCS Game 2).
Jimmy Traina, writer at Sports Illustrated and host of SI Media PodcastFollow @‪JimmyTraina
Positives for the NBA Finals ratings: LeBron in the Finals.
Negatives for the NBA Finals ratings: Cord cutting, election year, pandemic.
Prediction: 9.0 rating/15.5 million 9.2/17 million
Jay Posner, sports editor of San Diego Union-TribuneFollow @‪sdutPosner
LeBron could have played in the NFL, but it’ll be tough for him to beat America’s Game in the ratings … 15.8 million
David Barron, Houston Chronicle sports media columnistFollow @‪dfbarron
I would guess 8 million, based on the crowded event schedule.
Dave Bauder, Associated PressFollow @‪dbauder
14.8 million.
Terence Henderson, T Dog MediaFollow @‪tdogmedia
LeBron brings viewers – but games three and six (if necessary) will have a tough time against the NFL and overall face the MLB playoffs. My prediction is an 8.2 rating and 14.7 million viewers.
Scott Nolte, KUYY deejay/sports announcerFollow @‪ScottNSports
LA Lakers win 4-2
8.5 million
With teams unable to play on their home court, I feel that the nation has almost forgot about the NBA and NHL and I don’t feel like it will provide good ratings because of it
Jason Jacobs, KUOO deejay/sports announcerFollow @‪jacojas‬
This is a tough one. I know ratings for the NBA playoffs have been down this year. The odd time of year, declining traditional TV ratings across the board, and competition from football hasn’t helped. I also think there is a small segment of the population turned off by the social justice initiatives, although I’d be willing to bet that number is much smaller than some people think it is. Having the Lakers in the finals should help some but I just think there’s too many things going against it for it to grow from last year. I’ll say 12 million viewers. If they can go 7 games that will help a lot. The games versus the NFL could very easily dip below 10 million. 

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Monday Final Ratings: Chiefs’ Victory Over Ravens on ESPN Posts Double-Digit Gains from Year-Ago ‘Monday Night Football’ Telecast

What follows are the Live + Same Day rating results for the night’s broadcast network telecasts on Monday, September 28:

NHL Stanley Cup Final Game 6: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Dallas Stars (S) (NBC, 8:00 PM, 180 min.)245 affiliates; 82% coverage
• 2.877 million viewers
• 1.7/4 HH
• 1.002 million adults 18-49
• 0.8/4 A18-49 (0.6/3 F18-49, 0.9/5 M18-49)
• 0.6/5 A18-34 (0.4/4 F18-34, 0.7/6 M18-34)
• 1.0/5 A25-54 (0.8/4 F25-54, 1.3/6 M25-54)
• Median age: 54.3

What follows are the Live + Same Day rating results for the night’s select cable telecasts on Monday, September 28 (with the night’s cable ranks according to households, total viewers and demo ratings in parentheses):

Bob’s Burgers (repeat) (ADSM, 9:00 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.330 million viewers (#86)
• 0.20 HH (#87)
• Range: 0.175-0.188 million adults 18-49
• 0.14 A18-49 (#45)
• 0.14 A18-34 (#21)
• 0.14 A25-54 (#58)
Bob’s Burgers (repeat) (ADSM, 9:30 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.404 million viewers (#70)
• 0.25 HH (#72)
• Range: 0.214-0.226 million adults 18-49
• 0.17 A18-49 (#36)
• 0.14 A18-34 (#21)
• 0.19 A25-54 (#38)
American Dad (repeat) (ADSM, 10:00 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.450 million viewers (#59)
• 0.28 HH (#60)
• Range: 0.239-0.252 million adults 18-49
• 0.19 A18-49 (#30)
• 0.17 A18-34 (#15)
• 0.22 A25-54 (#33)
American Dad (repeat) (ADSM, 10:30 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.463 million viewers (#54)
• 0.29 HH (#57)
• Range: 0.252-0.265 million adults 18-49
• 0.20 A18-49 (#27)
• 0.15 A18-34 (#19)
• 0.23 A25-54 (#31)
Below Deck Mediterranean (BRAVO, 9:00 PM, 61 min.)
• 1.602 million viewers (#14)
• 1.05 HH (#14)
• Range: 0.680-0.692 million adults 18-49
• 0.53 A18-49 (#6)
• 0.30 A18-34 (#6)
• 0.74 A25-54 (#4)
Watch What Happens Live (BRAVO, 10:01 PM, 29 min.)
• 0.951 million viewers (#21)
• 0.65 HH (#21)
• Range: 0.408-0.421 million adults 18-49
• 0.32 A18-49 (#12)
• 0.17 A18-34 (#15)
• 0.45 A25-54 (#11)
Bravo’s Chat Room (BRAVO, 10:30 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.373 million viewers (#78)
• 0.26 HH (#68)
• Range: 0.149-0.162 million adults 18-49
• 0.12 A18-49 (#54)
• 0.08 A18-34 (#43)
• 0.16 A25-54 (#43)
Anderson Cooper 360 (CNN, 8:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 1.657 million viewers (#13)
• 1.15 HH (#11)
• Range: 0.252-0.265 million adults 18-49
• 0.20 A18-49 (#27)
• 0.07 A18-34 (#52)
• 0.35 A25-54 (#14)
Cuomo Prime Time (CNN, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 1.931 million viewers (#10)
• 1.35 HH (#9)
• Range: 0.278-0.291 million adults 18-49
• 0.22 A18-49 (#23)
• 0.08 A18-34 (#43)
• 0.41 A25-54 (#12)
CNN Tonight (CNN, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 1.558 million viewers (#15)
• 1.13 HH (#12)
• Range: 0.214-0.226 million adults 18-49
• 0.17 A18-49 (#36)
• 0.06 A18-34 (#69)
• 0.33 A25-54 (#18)
Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings Holding a Grudge (DISC, 8:00 PM, 120 min.)
• 0.462 million viewers (#56)
• 0.31 HH (#52)
• Range: 0.175-0.188 million adults 18-49
• 0.14 A18-49 (#45)
• 0.05 A18-34 (#81)
• 0.20 A25-54 (#37)
Bad Chad Customs (DISC, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 0.397 million viewers (#72)
• 0.28 HH (#60)
• Range: 0.136-0.149 million adults 18-49
• 0.11 A18-49 (#58)
• 0.04 A18-34 (#103)
• 0.16 A25-54 (#43)
Botched Special (E!, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 0.417 million viewers (#65)
• 0.26 HH (#68)
• Range: 0.136-0.149 million adults 18-49
• 0.11 A18-49 (#58)
• 0.06 A18-34 (#69)
• 0.14 A25-54 (#58)
Dr. 90210 (E!, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 0.459 million viewers (#57)
• 0.29 HH (#57)
• Range: 0.162-0.175 million adults 18-49
• 0.13 A18-49 (#48)
• 0.08 A18-34 (#43)
• 0.17 A25-54 (#42)

ESPN’s #MNF @Chiefs/@Ravens matchup averages 14 million viewers, up year-over-year, and continues franchise’s strong start
More: https://t.co/yoXuZSVukX pic.twitter.com/MMexWwa48I
— ESPN PR (@ESPNPR) September 29, 2020

NFL Regular Season Kansas City Chiefs @ Baltimore Ravens (ESPD, 8:02 PM, 197 min.)
• 0.147 million viewers (#200)
• 0.07 HH (#218)
• Range: 0.097-0.110 million adults 18-49
• 0.08 A18-49 (#85)
• 0.08 A18-34 (#43)
• 0.09 A25-54 (#91)
Monday Night Countdown (ESPN, 6:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 1.335 million viewers
• Range: 0.615-0.628 million adults 18-49
• 0.48 A18-49 rating (#9)
Monday Night Kickoff (ESPN, 8:00 PM, 13 min.)
• 6.885 million viewers (#2)
• 4.10 HH (#2)
• Range: 2.647-2.660 million adults 18-49
• 2.05 A18-49 (#2)
• 1.60 A18-34 (#2)
• 2.46 A25-54 (#2)
NFL Regular Season Kansas City Chiefs @ Baltimore Ravens (ESPN, 8:13 PM, 185 min.)
• 14.019 million viewers (#1)
• 8.14 HH (#1)
• Range: 5.948-5.961 million adults 18-49
• 4.60 A18-49 (#1)
• 3.66 A18-34 (#1)
• 5.39 A25-54 (#1)
SportsCenter 12AM (ESPN, 11:18 PM, 72 min.)
• 3.397 million viewers
• Range: 1.689-1.702 million adults 18-49
• 1.31 A18-49 rating (#3)
Halloween Baking Championship (FOOD, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 1.125 million viewers (#20)
• 0.72 HH (#20)
• Range: 0.356-0.369 million adults 18-49
• 0.28 A18-49 (#14)
• 0.12 A18-34 (#27)
• 0.37 A25-54 (#13)
Big Bake (FOOD, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 0.724 million viewers (#26)
• 0.47 HH (#27)
• Range: 0.188-0.201 million adults 18-49
• 0.15 A18-49 (#41)
• 0.09 A18-34 (#40)
• 0.22 A25-54 (#33)
Tucker Carlson Tonight (FOXNC, 8:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 5.019 million viewers (#3)
• 3.13 HH (#3)
• Range: 0.641-0.654 million adults 18-49
• 0.50 A18-49 (#8)
• 0.25 A18-34 (#7)
• 0.81 A25-54 (#3)
Hannity (FOXNC, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 4.534 million viewers (#4)
• 2.83 HH (#4)
• Range: 0.511-0.524 million adults 18-49
• 0.40 A18-49 (#10)
• 0.21 A18-34 (#12)
• 0.67 A25-54 (#6)
The Ingraham Angle (FOXNC, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 3.775 million viewers (#5)
• 2.43 HH (#5)
• Range: 0.421-0.433 million adults 18-49
• 0.33 A18-49 (#11)
• 0.14 A18-34 (#21)
• 0.55 A25-54 (#9)
Love It or List It (HGTV, 8:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 1.265 million viewers (#18)
• 0.79 HH (#18)
• Range: 0.291-0.304 million adults 18-49
• 0.23 A18-49 (#21)
• 0.08 A18-34 (#43)
• 0.35 A25-54 (#14)
Love It or List It (HGTV, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 1.165 million viewers (#19)
• 0.75 HH (#19)
• Range: 0.239-0.252 million adults 18-49
• 0.19 A18-49 (#30)
• 0.06 A18-34 (#69)
• 0.34 A25-54 (#17)
Joe Exotic: Tigers, Lies and Cover-Up (ID, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 0.749 million viewers (#25)
• 0.49 HH (#26)
• Range: 0.304-0.317 million adults 18-49
• 0.24 A18-49 (#19)
• 0.14 A18-34 (#21)
• 0.28 A25-54 (#23)
Joe Exotic: Before He Was King (ID, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 0.826 million viewers (#23)
• 0.54 HH (#23)
• Range: 0.317-0.330 million adults 18-49
• 0.25 A18-49 (#16)
• 0.11 A18-34 (#32)
• 0.32 A25-54 (#21)
All In with Chris Hayes (MSNBC, 8:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 2.245 million viewers (#8)
• 1.52 HH (#8)
• Range: 0.239-0.252 million adults 18-49
• 0.19 A18-49 (#30)
• 0.05 A18-34 (#81)
• 0.33 A25-54 (#18)
Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 3.702 million viewers (#6)
• 2.43 HH (#5)
• Range: 0.395-0.408 million adults 18-49
• 0.31 A18-49 (#13)
• 0.11 A18-34 (#32)
• 0.51 A25-54 (#10)
Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell (MSNBC, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 2.871 million viewers (#7)
• 1.90 HH (#7)
• Range: 0.252-0.265 million adults 18-49
• 0.20 A18-49 (#27)
• 0.07 A18-34 (#52)
• 0.35 A25-54 (#14)
NHL Live Stanley Cup-Post (NBCSN, 10:57 PM, 75 min.)
• 0.174 million viewers (#181)
• 0.10 HH (#189)
• Range: 0.084-0.097 million adults 18-49
• 0.07 A18-49 (#101)
• 0.05 A18-34 (#81)
• 0.09 A25-54 (#91)
Spongebob (repeat) (NICK, 8:00 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.433 million viewers (#62)
• 0.27 HH (#65)
• Range: 0.097-0.110 million adults 18-49
• 0.08 A18-49 (#85)
• 0.07 A18-34 (#52)
• 0.05 A25-54 (#155)
Spongebob (repeat) (NICK, 8:30 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.388 million viewers (#73)
• 0.24 HH (#76)
• Range: 0.084-0.097 million adults 18-49
• 0.07 A18-49 (#101)
• 0.05 A18-34 (#81)
• 0.06 A25-54 (#135)
Friends (repeat) (NAN, 9:00 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.295 million viewers (#95)
• 0.18 HH (#96)
• Range: 0.097-0.110 million adults 18-49
• 0.08 A18-49 (#85)
• 0.07 A18-34 (#52)
• 0.08 A25-54 (#105)
Friends (repeat) (NAN, 9:30 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.315 million viewers (#91)
• 0.20 HH (#87)
• Range: 0.136-0.149 million adults 18-49
• 0.11 A18-49 (#58)
• 0.08 A18-34 (#43)
• 0.14 A25-54 (#58)
Friends (repeat) (NAN, 10:00 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.424 million viewers (#64)
• 0.28 HH (#60)
• Range: 0.188-0.201 million adults 18-49
• 0.15 A18-49 (#41)
• 0.12 A18-34 (#27)
• 0.18 A25-54 (#39)
Friends (repeat) (NAN, 10:30 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.511 million viewers (#46)
• 0.35 HH (#44)
• Range: 0.227-0.239 million adults 18-49
• 0.18 A18-49 (#33)
• 0.11 A18-34 (#32)
• 0.22 A25-54 (#33)
The Comey Rule (SHO, 9:01 PM, 112 min.)
• 0.381 million viewers
• Range: 0.058-0.071 million adults 18-49
• 0.05 A18-49 rating (#114)
Family Guy (repeat) (TBS, 8:30 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.544 million viewers (#41)
• 0.34 HH (#47)
• Range: 0.343-0.356 million adults 18-49
• 0.27 A18-49 (#15)
• 0.25 A18-34 (#7)
• 0.28 A25-54 (#23)
Family Guy (repeat) (TBS, 9:00 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.515 million viewers (#45)
• 0.32 HH (#49)
• Range: 0.317-0.330 million adults 18-49
• 0.25 A18-49 (#16)
• 0.24 A18-34 (#10)
• 0.26 A25-54 (#27)
Family Guy (repeat) (TBS, 9:30 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.503 million viewers (#48)
• 0.31 HH (#52)
• Range: 0.317-0.330 million adults 18-49
• 0.25 A18-49 (#16)
• 0.25 A18-34 (#7)
• 0.25 A25-54 (#29)
B90 Strikes Back (TLC, 8:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 1.299 million viewers (#16)
• 0.88 HH (#16)
• Range: 0.291-0.304 million adults 18-49
• 0.23 A18-49 (#21)
• 0.15 A18-34 (#19)
• 0.33 A25-54 (#18)
B90 Strikes Back (TLC, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 1.282 million viewers (#17)
• 0.88 HH (#16)
• Range: 0.265-0.278 million adults 18-49
• 0.21 A18-49 (#24)
• 0.11 A18-34 (#32)
• 0.29 A25-54 (#22)
Darcey & Stacey Inside the Episode (TLC, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 0.721 million viewers (#27)
• 0.52 HH (#25)
• Range: 0.149-0.162 million adults 18-49
• 0.12 A18-49 (#54)
• 0.07 A18-34 (#52)
• 0.18 A25-54 (#39)
Amazing World of Gumball (repeat) (TOON, 8:30 PM, 30 min.)
• 0.232 million viewers (#131)
• 0.14 HH (#142)
• Range: 0.097-0.110 million adults 18-49
• 0.08 A18-49 (#85)
• 0.09 A18-34 (#40)
• 0.07 A25-54 (#113)
Mysteries at the Museum Repack (TRAV, 8:00 PM, 120 min.)
• 0.492 million viewers (#50)
• 0.33 HH (#48)
• Range: 0.110-0.123 million adults 18-49
• 0.09 A18-49 (#74)
• 0.04 A18-34 (#103)
• 0.14 A25-54 (#58)
Doomsday Caught on Camera (TRAV, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 0.448 million viewers (#60)
• 0.30 HH (#55)
• Range: 0.136-0.149 million adults 18-49
• 0.11 A18-49 (#58)
• 0.02 A18-34 (#149)
• 0.15 A25-54 (#50)
WWE Raw (USA, 8:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 1.956 million viewers (#9)
• 1.21 HH (#10)
• Range: 0.744-0.757 million adults 18-49
• 0.58 A18-49 (#4)
• 0.35 A18-34 (#3)
• 0.70 A25-54 (#5)
WWE Raw (USA, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
• 1.824 million viewers (#11)
• 1.13 HH (#12)
• Range: 0.693-0.705 million adults 18-49
• 0.54 A18-49 (#5)
• 0.33 A18-34 (#4)
• 0.65 A25-54 (#7)
WWE Raw (USA, 10:00 PM, 61 min.)
• 1.687 million viewers (#12)
• 1.02 HH (#15)
• Range: 0.667-0.679 million adults 18-49
• 0.52 A18-49 (#7)
• 0.33 A18-34 (#4)
• 0.61 A25-54 (#8)

Source: Live+Same Day data, Nielsen Media Research
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WE TV Renews ‘Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta’ and ‘Waka & Tammy: What the Flocka’

WE tv has greenlit “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta” freshman series “Waka & Tammy: What the Flocka” for new seasons. “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta,” the second installment in the “Growing Up Hip Hop” franchise, was renewed for a fourth season, consisting of 10 one-hour episodes. “Waka & Tammy: What The Flocka,” which follows Hip Hop’s iconic sweethearts Waka Flocka Flame and his wife Tammy Rivera, was renewed for a second season consisting of eight one-hour episodes. Both series are currently in production.
“Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta” is executive produced by Tara Long, Mark Herwick and Gennifer Gardiner for Entertainment One (eOne) along with Shad Moss and Datari Turner. Turner’s Datari Turner Productions is co-producing the series. Lauren P. Gellert and Kari McFarland are the executive producers for WE tv.
“Waka & Tammy: What The Flocka” is produced by eOne with eOne’s Tara Long and Gennifer Gardiner serving as executive producers alongside Tammy Rivera-Malphurs, Jauquin Malphurs, Datari Turner, and Debra Antney. Lauren P. Gellert, Kari McFarland, and Ashley McFarlin Buie are executive producing for WE tv.

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Saturday Final Ratings: TNT Rules Prime Time with Lakers’ Western Conference Final Series Clincher

For the entire week of September 21-27, 2020 in Total Day (8 p.m. to 5:59 a.m.), Adult Swim is down 1.8 percent in viewership (389,000 vs. 396,000) and down 1.7 percent among Adults 18-49 (253,000 vs. 258,000) from one week earlier; the network is also down 21 percent in viewership (389,000 vs. 493,000) and down 21 percent among Adults 18-49 (253,000 vs. 321,000) from the same week one year ago (September 23-29, 2019).

TOONAMI – SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2020

PROGRAM
Viewers
(000)
A1849
rating
A1849
(000)
12:00a
Dragon Ball Super (r)
458

0.22

282
12:30a
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind
432

0.21

275
1:00a
Assassination Classroom
401

0.20

254

1:30a
Black Clover (r)
346

0.17

221
2:00a
Fire Force (r)
299

0.15

197
2:30a
Naruto: Shippuden (r)
288

0.15

193
3:00a
Samurai Jack (r)
231

0.11

147

Source: Live+Same Day data, Nielsen Media Research
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