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Watch with Kristin answers our burning question of why the power went out. The answer may be spoilerish, but check it out for yourself.
KT: I’m loving Revolution…although I have to keep fighting the urge to blurt out “Holy Cow! Check out Bella’s Dad totally kicking ass!” What are its chances for sticking around long enough for us to find out why the power went out?
We’re loving it too, KT, which is why it pleases us to share with you that Revolution has been kicking ass in the TV ratings just like its resident anti-hero Miles. Eric Kripke’s new show landed 9.3 million viewers and was number one in the very important adults 18-49 demo in its timeslot. As for the whole power sitch, we’re hearing the show is more interested in turning them back on, rather than finding out how they went out (which we will learn, by the way).
Cast and creators talk about the pendant, Danny as Neville’s pawn and more.
A shocking discovery threatens the gang’s hope of finding Danny; Monroe gives orders that up the value of Danny’s life; Nora connects with a rebel.
IN ‘LIVE PLUS THREE DAY’ RESULTS, ‘REVOLUTION’ DELIVERS NBC’s BIGGEST ADULT 18-49 GAIN EVER OVER A ‘LIVE PLUS SAME DAY’ RATING THE 1.36-RATING-POINT GAIN IS ALSO THE BIGGEST EVER FOR A SERIES PREMIERE ON ANY NETWORK
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – September 25, 2012 – The September 17 premiere of NBC’s new Monday drama “Revolution” has set time-shifting records for the network and for a debuting series on any network.
In “live plus three day” ratings from Nielsen Media Research that count time-shifted viewing through the first three days after a show’s live telecast, the “Revolution” premiere grew by 1.36 rating points from its “live plus same day” rating (a 4.09) to its “live plus three day” rating (5.45).
That 1.36-point increase is the biggest gain going from L+SD to L+3 for any NBC telecast ever. It’s also the biggest increase for any series premiere on any network ever, with the previous high being 1.14 last fall for Fox’s “The New Girl”).
The only series on ABC, CBS, NBC or Fox ever to gain 1.36 rating points or more going from “live plus same day” to “live plus three day” have been “Modern Family,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The New Girl,” “Big Bang Theory,” the post-Super Bowl telecast of “Glee” and the first appearance by Ashton Kutcher on “Two and a Half Men.”
“Revolution” has now reached a total of 24.2 million viewers who’ve watched all or part of last week’s premiere or the Wednesday encore.
In “live plus three day” results, “Revolution’s 5.4 rating in adults 18-49 makes it NBC’s top 10 p.m. ET premiere in nearly eight years, since “Medium” (6.3 on January 3, 2005), excluding previews.
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NETWORK SHOW VIEWERS 18-49
CBS Hawaii Five-0 1.9 7.97
NBC Revolution 3.5 8.56
ABC Castle 2.5 11.38