Discussion in 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' started by Desertwind, Apr 2, 2010.
Ratings (from TVLine)
Well, that's a good sign.
maybe 12 millions for final ratings ???
Still a 2.9 in the demo but a 12.06 in total viewers
Ratings in for "Altered Stakes" and it doesn't look good.
2.3/6 A18-49 Rating.
9.80 million viewers.
Series lows across the boards, the return of SVU no doubt would have caused a drop in the ratings. Here's hoping for an upward adjustment.
According to TV Line. When final ratings come out it should put them over 10 I would think. 2 and 3 are still way below in the ratings at least.
Ouch, I had figured the ratings would be lower since Revenge and SVU were back, but certainly not that low
Despite the low ratings, they still won the hour.
Thankfully we got an upward adjustment. 2.4/6. 9.94 million viewers.
What's also reassuring to note is that it matched the 18-49 rating for episode 20 last year. (Father of the Bride)
Ratings. Still leading the hour.
Wow, another super low week - where did all the CSI viewers go?
Although, I did notice alot of shows have been getting lower ratings.
That the end of season 2011-2012, that was expected...
Fortunately next week is the season final so ratings will increase !
Ratings might increase for the finale if they show a different promo than they did last night. They need to disclose that Warrick's killer will be back and, to a lesser degree maybe, that Russell and Finn's past will be made clear.
Just for the record although viewers have dropped, last year's episode 21, "Cello and Goodbye" also got a 2.3 in the prized 18-49 demo, and it was in arguably a better timeslot. So for the show to have had so many cast changes, timeslot change to retain that same demo over the course of a year is promising.
You guys are so lucky to have the show be coming back next year. I saw the ratings for last night and uh.. even though it seems the ratings have gone down across the board, I think this is it for NY.
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