In the latest television ratings, CBS’ Survivor continued to dominate Wednesday night, attracting the most viewers and capturing the coveted 18-49 demographic. The popular reality show drew in a total of 4.8 million viewers and achieved a 0.7 rating in the key demographic, maintaining its strong performance week after week.
On the other hand, The Masked Singer on FOX experienced a slight dip in ratings, garnering 3.1 million viewers and a 0.4 rating. Similarly, Snake Oil’s viewership also declined, with only 1.5 million tuning in and a rating of 0.2.
Over at NBC, both Quantum Leap and Magnum P.I. saw a decrease in viewership compared to their previous week’s returns. While Quantum Leap brought in 2.6 million viewers and a 0.3 rating, Magnum P.I. attracted 3.3 million viewers with the same rating.
ABC’s Celebrity Jeopardy! and $100,000 Pyramid maintained steady viewership with 3.9 million and 3 million viewers respectively, each earning a 0.4 and 0.3 rating. The network also featured a 20/20 special titled “Israel at War,” which attracted 2.5 million viewers and a 0.3 rating.
On The CW, both Sullivan’s Crossing and The Spencer Sisters saw a decrease in viewership from their initial US debuts, with 440,000 and 420,000 viewers, and both receiving a 0.0 rating.
Q: What is the 18-49 demographic?
A: The 18-49 demographic refers to the age range of viewers considered most important for advertisers. This age group is believed to have higher purchasing power and influence over consumer trends.
Q: What are Nielsen fast nationals?
A: Nielsen fast nationals are the initial ratings data provided by Nielsen Media Research. These ratings are subject to revision and are typically released the day after a show airs.
Source: TVLine.com (https://tvline.com/)