Category : Ratings

‘Revolution’ Gains Momentum This Week in Ratings

At 10, “Revolution” (2.1/6 in 18-49, 6.3 million viewers overall) was up a bit over last week’s preliminary estimate and should finish up about 11% in the nationals. The network went with more emotional, uplifting promotions leading up to this episode and that may have helped hold on to more of the core female audience from “The Voice.” In the 10:30 p.m. half-hour, “Revolution” matched last week’s rating in men 18-49 (1.5) but surged by 16% in women 18-49 (2.2 vs. 1.9).

‘Revolution’ Tops 10 o’clock Timeslot, but Slips to Series Low

Good news first: Revolution topped the 10 o’clock timeslot Monday. The bad news: It dropped to its lowest rating to date.

The NBC drama slipped 7 percent to 7.1 million viewers and a 2.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic behind lead-in The Voice (11.5 million, 4.3), which also fell slightly. Revolution still topped Hawaii Five-0 (7.7 million, 2.0), which was flat, and Castle (10.7 million, 2.1), which was up, in the demo, but it was the least-watched show among the three.

Check the week-to-week ratings comparison in the Episode Guide.

Can ‘Revolution’ Fans Keep Momentum Leading Into 4 Month Hiatus?

At 10 p.m., Revolution on NBC finished third in the overnights with a 4.8/ 8. But that beat year-ago occupant Rock Center With Brian Williams (2.7/ 5 on 11/07/11) by 78 percent and it will lead the time period in the demo. My concern regarding Revolution is the upcoming hiatus, which tends not to work to the advantage of any new series.

Revolution finished with 7.74 million viewers and dropped from 3.0 rating last week to a 2.9 rating this week.

Check out the Revolution Episode Guide for rating comparisons.

Final Ratings for Last Night’s ‘Revolution’

Earlier I posted “ratings” which included false numbers for those who had the news on instead of ‘Revolution’ due to Hurricane Sandy.  Official ratings, not including those who were affected by Sandy are out.  ’Revolution’ dropped to a 3.0 (lowest) rating and had 7.9 million (lowest) viewers.  Once again, this does not included the potential fans that would have watched and were affected by the power outages last night.  We should be back to our steady rating trend next week or maybe an increase!

‘Revolution’ still continued to have the highest ratings for the 10pm hour and NBC won the night overall!