On Monday, ABC Wins In The U.S., ITV Tops In The UK & Nine Is Fine In Australia.

#1 In America On Monday, ABC's 'Dancing with the Stars'

#1 In America On Monday, ABC’s ‘Dancing with the Stars’

Monday, 04.14.14 (Posted 04.15.14) ABC remains the network to beat on the Mondays as it roared with a big margin (39% ahead of #2 NBC. At 8P, ‘Dancing With the Stars’ led the evening with 14.2 million viewers and a 9.8 rating and 15 share of the available audience. That was slightly ahead of last year’s 9.7/14. At 10P, a rerun of ‘Castle’ dominated its time slot with 8.05 million viewers and a 5.2/9.

On NBC at 8P, ‘The Voice’ could only draw 11.67 million viewers and a 7.1/11. This was 19% below what it did last year on this comparable day (8.8/13). To add further bitterness at 30 Rock, ‘Blacklist’ with a rerun finished #2 at 10P with 6.08 million viewers and a 3.5/6.

CBS began the evening at 8P with ‘2 Broke Girls’ which was #2 in the time slot with 7.21 million viewers and a 5.4/9. But at 830P, ‘Friends With Better Lives’ dropped to third with 5.723 million viewers and a 4.3/7, 20% less than its lead-in and 4% below the program (‘Rules of Engagement’) a year ago (4.5/7 on 4/15/13). At 9P, ‘Mike & Molly’ brought in the Tiffany Network’s top audience of the night with 7.43 million viewers and a 5.3/8. At 930P, ‘Mom’ drew 6.73 million viewers and a 4.9/7. At 10P, a rerun of ‘Person of Interest’ drew 6.69 million viewers and a 3.4/6. This program is at its best with first run programming. The Tiffany Network has some things to do on Monday if it wants to improve its position next season.

FOX began at 8P with ‘Bones’ and it drew 5.69 million viewers and a 3.9/6. At 9P, ‘The Following’ fell apart again with only 4.39 million viewers and a 3.1/5, 1.3 million less than its lead-in, ‘Bones’. It was down 31% from its 4.5/7 a year-ago. The Animal Network of Broadcast has to figure out how to change what is happening on Mondays or continue in the tank.

Univision at 8P had ‘Por Siempre Mi Amor’ and it had a 1.0 A18-49 rating. At 9P, ‘Lo Que La Vida Me Robo’ had a network high of 1.3 A18-49 rating. At 10P, ‘Que Pobres Tan Ricos’ had a 1.0 A18-49 rating, tieing it with CBS’ ‘Person of Interest’ for third in this time slot.

The CW’s began at 8P with ‘Star-Crossed’ and drew 790,000 million viewers and a 0.7/1. At 9P, ‘The Tomorrow People’ improved slightly with 1.05 million viewers and a 0.8/1, which was 60% above year-ago (‘90210’ which drew 0.5/ 1).

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Telemundo at 8P presented ‘La Impostora’ and beat ‘Star-Crossed’ with a 0.4 A18-49 Ratings. At 9P, ‘En Otra Piel’ also beat The CW entry with 0.5 rating. At 10P, ‘Camelia, La Texana’ also finished with a 0.5 A18-49 rating.

Late Night ‘The Tonight Show’ had its first rerun at 1135P and drew a 2.4/6. A rerun of ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ along with ‘David Letterman’ drew 2.0/5 for each in rerun mode. Seth Meyers at 1235A with a rerun drew 1.1/4 slightly ahead of an original episode of ‘Craig Ferguson’ which drew a 1.0/3. A new episode of ‘Nightline’ drew the best in this time slot with a 1.4/4. ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’ drew a 0.7/3.

For The Record ABC finished #1 on Monday with 12.150 million viewers and an 8.2 rating and a 13 share of the available audience. NBC drew 9.805 million viewers and a 5.9/9. CBS had 6.076 million viewers and a 4.4/7. FOX finished with 5.043 million viewers and a 3.5/5. Univision finished with 2.731 million viewers and a 1.5/2. Telemundo drew 1.1 million viewers and had a 0.6/1 on Monday. The CW had 921,000 viewers and a 0.7/1.

Today In TV History
pattern On this date in 1956, the worlds’ first, all-color TV station was dedicated. It was WNBQ-TV in Chicago and is now WMAQ-TV, NBC-5. Tonight

Tonight on FX at 10P. 'Fargo'

Tonight on FX at 10P. ‘Fargo’

Cable News Discovery Channel announced that on Sunday, May 11, weather permitting, as the day climber Joby Ogwyn will take the plunge from Mount Everest wearing a wing suit equipped with cameras. NBC News‘ Willie Geist hosts two-hour ‘Everest Jump Live’.

Prime-time Average Viewers (Live+SD) Week Ending April 13, 2014
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Network (000)
USA………. 2078
DISNEY… 1777
HISTORY. 1681
ESPN…….. 1673
FOXNews. 1605
TBSC……… 1539
TNT……….. 1501
HGTV…….. 1194
NAN………. 1190
DISC………. 1184
SYFY……… 1084
ADSM……. 1067
FAMILY…. 1030
A&E………. 1003
FX…………. 1001
FOOD……… 954
BRAVO……. 952
AMC………… 941
TLC…………. 920
LIFE………… 910
MTV………… 881
SPIKE……… 783
ID…………… 728
TVLD………. 672
APL…………. 641

Digital/Mobile NIELSEN TWITTER TV TOP TEN for the week of 4/7/14
Program, Date, Unique Audience (000), Tweets (000)
#1 ‘2014 MTV Movie Awards’ (MTV), 4/13, 9100, 2411
#2 ‘Game of Thrones’ (HBO), 4/13, 4513, 250
#3 ‘WWE Monday Night RAW’ (USA), 4/07, 3010, 364
#4 ‘Mad Men’ (AMC), 4/13, 2562, 60
#5 ‘2014 MTV Movie Awards Preshow’ (MTV), 4/13, 1948, 31
#6 ‘Scandal’ (ABC), 4/10, 1895, 347
#7 ‘The Voice’ (NBC), 4/07, 1771, 66
#8 ‘The Voice’ (NBC), 4/08, 1506, 60
#9 ‘Dancing with the Stars’ (ABC) 4/07, 1405, 66
#10 ‘Basketball Wives LA’ (VH1) 4/07, 1400, 177
Source: Nielsen SocialGuide. SocialGuide captures relevant Tweets from three hours before, during and three hours after an episode’s initial broadcast, local time. Unique Audience measures the audience of relevant Tweets ascribed to an episode from when the Tweets are sent until the end of the broadcast day at 5am. The data includes new/live primetime and late fringe episodes only and excludes sports events. Nielsen Twitter TV Ratings are only available for English-language U.S. Broadcast and Cable Networks

Cinema

Two Weeks In A Row, #1 Domestically & the World

Two Weeks In A Row, #1 Domestically & the World

Top Ten Box Office For Weekend
#1 ‘Captain America‘ $41.4 million
#2 ‘Rio 2‘ $39.1 million
#3 ‘Oculus‘ $12 million
#4 ‘Draft Day‘ $9.7 million
#5 ‘Divergent‘ $7.5 million
#6 ‘Noah‘ $7.4 million
#7 ‘God’s Not Dead‘ $5.4 million
#8 ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel‘ $4 million
#9 ‘Muppets Most Wanted‘ $2.3 million
#10 ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman‘ $1.9 million

Consumers Wary YouGov-Americans-Trust-in-Advertising-Apr2014 Only 3% of Americans completely trust the advertisements they see, read or hear, while 11% don’t trust them at all, according to the results of a survey conducted by YouGov. The survey found that among American adults who see any advertising at least once a month, 44% find them to be fairly (37%) or very (7%) dishonest, and half don’t trust them. The figures were fairly consistent across demographic groups. distrust for advertising tended to rise alongside educational attainment: some 65% of those with a post-graduate degree distrust advertising to some extent, versus 44% of those with a high school degree or less. Frequently-used tactics in advertising don’t seem to matter much to respondents, according to the study. Although 15% of respondents are more likely to believe the claims made by brands that compare themselves with a named competitor, 26% are less likely to believe those claims. A similar pattern emerges when it comes to the inclusion of testimonials from experts or scientists: 16% are more likely to believe these claims, but 29% are less likely to. As for mentioning awards won by the product or service? It seems a wash: 20% are more likely to believe the claim, while 22% are less likely. Just 1 in 8 respondents overall feel that the current requirements for proving claims in advertising are about right. By comparison, a majority 58% feel that there should be stronger claims. Which product types are the worst offenders? Diet products, financial or insurance services/products and pharmaceutical products are the least trustworthy, according to respondents, while casual dining restaurants (other than fast food) and clothing stores engender the most trust.

New update on The Millennium Report can be found at http://bit.ly/1ljkQXc.

Welcome to new viewers in all 50 States of the U.S., all of the Provinces in Canada, all of the States in Mexico, the UK, Ireland, Guernsey, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Romania, Croatia, Turkey, Israel, Saudi Arabia, UAE, India, China, Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines, Malaysia, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, Kenya, Egypt, Malta, Morocco, South Africa, Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil, Columbia, Costa Rica and Jamaica. Across The Pond

ITV's 'Undeniable' was #1 in the UK on Monday.

ITV’s ‘Undeniable’ was #1 in the UK on Monday.

ITV began the evening at 8P with ‘I Never Knew That About Britain’ and drew 2.9 million viewers for a 13.9% share of the available audience. But it was only the appetizer for the big new show in the UK, as at 9P, ‘Undeniable’ topped Monday night’s ratings outside of soaps. The Claire Goose drama’s two-parter concluded with 5.4 million (24.1%).

BBC One at 730P had ‘Bang Goes the Theory’ and drew 3.2 million (15.7%). At 830P, ‘Panorama’ dropped behind ITV with 2.1 million viewers (9.8%). At 9P, ‘The Treasure Hunters’ could not compete with ‘Undeniable’ as it could only pull in 2.7 million (12.2%). After the news, at 1035P, the final ‘Michael McIntyre Chat Show’ of the season finished with 1.9 million (16.3%).

BBC Two at 730P, ‘Great British Menu’ drew 1.2 million (6.0%) followed at 8P with ‘Restaurant Wars’ with 1.2 million viewers (5.7%). At 9P, ‘Real Storage Wars’ had 1.0 million (4.6%). At 10P, ‘Rev’ increased the audience level to 1.2 million (6.3%).

Channel 4 at 8P had ‘Shop Secrets’ and it drew 881,000 viewers (4.0%). At 9P, ‘One Born Every Minute’ continued with 1.8 million viewers (8.0%). At 10P, ‘8 Out of 10 Cats’ drew 1.1 million viewers (6.6%).

Channel 5 at 8P presented ‘Classic Car Rescue’ and drew 791,000 viewers (3.7%). At 9P, it was followed by ‘Britain’s Crime Capital’ drew 703,000 viewers (3.1%). At 10P, ‘Pickpockets & Proud’ had 725,000 viewers (4.4%).

E4 at 10P had ‘Made in Chelsea’ and drew 595,000 viewers (3.6%).

BBC Three had the Brooke Kinsella documentary ‘Can Criminals Say Sorry?’ drew 305,0009 viewers (1.4%).

BBC Four at 830P presented ‘Only Connect’ which drew 801,000 viewers (3.7%).

Sky Atlantic presented the latest ‘Game of Thrones’ and it drew 792,000 viewers (3.6%) at 9P.

Finally, MTV’s coverage of the ‘2014 MTV Movie Awards’ brought in 111,000 viewers (0.6%). Down Under

'ABC1's 'Australian Story' was the top non-newscast on Monday.

‘ABC1’s ‘Australian Story’ was the top non-newscast on Monday.

Nine eased out a close victory on Monday in Australia with a 28.0% share of the available audience just beating Seven which drew a 27.6% share. ABC1 drew a very strong 22.5% while Ten had a 17.1% and SBS finished with 4.7%.

Nine had the #1 program and #1 newscast on Monday with ‘Nine News’ with 1,268,000 viewers (372,000 in Sydney; 457,000 in Melbourne; 272,000 in Brisbane; 77,000 in Adelaide and 89,000 in Perth). And the #2 program won the early news position as ‘Nine News 6:30’ pulled in 1,186,000 viewers. #7 was a rerun of ‘The Big Bang Theory’ which drew 1,015,000 viewers. #10 was ‘A Current Affair’ with 937,000 viewers.

Seven had the #3 program as ‘Seven News’ drew 1,183,000 (282,000 in Sydney; 311,000 in Melbourne; 252,000 in Brisbane; 152,000 in Adelaide and 187,000 in Perth). #4 was ‘Seven News/Today Tonight’ with 1,085,000 viewers. #9 was ‘Home and Away’ with 943,000 viewers.

ABC1 had the #5 program, ‘ABC News Update’ which also drew a million plus with 1,064,000 viewers (317,000 in Sydney; 348,000 in Melbourne; 201,000 in Brisbane; 102,000 in Adelaide and 96,000 in Perth). The #6 program was ‘Australian Story’ which drew 1,062,000 viewers. #8 was ‘ABC News’ with 956,000 viewers.

Tuesday 04.15.14 Ratings in Australia

'Big Bang Theory' powers Nine on Tuesday to #1 in Australia.

‘Big Bang Theory’ powers Nine on Tuesday to #1 in Australia.

Nine captures #1 spot again on Tuesday with 27.8% share of the available audience. Seven came in second for the second straight night with a 26.9% share. Ten finished a surprising third with a 20.3% share. ABC1 fell to fourth with a strong 19.0% share. SBS finished fifth with a 6.1% share.

The #1 program of the evening belonged to Nine as ‘Nine News’ was not only the top program but again the top newscast in the nation on Tuesday. It drew 1,254,000 viewers (388,000 in Sydney; 429,000 in Melbourne; 248,000 in Brisbane; 68,000 in Adelaide and 121,000 in Perth). And for the second day in a row, ‘Nine News 6:30’ was the #2 program with 1,199,000 viewers. A rerun of ‘The Big Bang Theory’ pulled in pulled in 959,000 viewers as the #7 show on Tuesday. And the #8 program was yet again another rerun episode of ‘Big Bang’ with 945,000 viewers. Nine also brought in the #9 program, ‘A Current Affair’ with 929,000 viewers.

Seven had #3 as ‘Seven News’ drew 1,058,000 viewers. And again, for the second night in a row, the #4 program was ‘Seven News/Today Tonight’ as it drew 993,000 viewers. #5 was ‘Home and Away’ with 970,000 viewers on Tuesday. The #10 program on Tuesday was ‘Tom & Ben’s Singapore Sling’ as it drew 729,000 viewers.

ABC1 had the #6 program of the evening with ‘ABC News’ which drew 959,000 viewers.

As you can see, no matter where we live in the world today, people are…

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