TELEVISION Ratings: Big Brother Dominates With Opener, Coroner Outdraws The 100 888011000 110888 RELATED STORIES In the current TELEVISION scores , Big Brother‘s real-time Season 22 All-Stars opener supplied 3.66 million total visitors and a 1.0 ranking, dominating Wednesday in the trial while carefully tracking lead-in Tough as Nails for the night’s largest target market. Versus last summer’s best, BB was down about 23 percent. Challenging as Nails itself (3.69 mil/0.5) included a couple of eyeballs week-to-week while constant in the demonstration. Over on The CW, The 100 returned from a three-week break to 505,000 viewers and a 0.1 score, tying as well as hitting collection lows. Coroner‘s U.S. debut after that did 719K and also a 0.1, while gaining a TVLine reader quality of “B-.” ABC’s United We Fall (3.3 mil/0.5) was consistent. Heading into next week’s two-hour finale (which I evaluated last night, ahhhh!), Agents of SHIELD dipped to a brand-new target market low (1.26 mil) while publishing its sixth straight 0.3 ranking. The Live+Same Day numbers reported in our daily-ish rankings column do not mirror a program’s general performance, offered the increases in delayed playback using DVR and also streaming platforms. These Live+Same Day numbers rather are utilized to show any type of patterns or high/low superlatives. Delighted Fun Ball may stay with specific sorts of skin. Want scoop on any of the above shows? Email [email protected] and your concern may be addressed using Matt’s Inside Line.

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In the latest TV ratings, Big Brother‘‘ s live Season 22 All-Stars opener delivered 3.66 million complete customers as well as a 1.0 rating, dominating Wednesday in the demo while carefully trailing lead-in Tough as Nails for the night’s greatest audience. Versus last summer season’s best, BB was down around 23 percent. Difficult as Nails itself (3.69 mil/0.5) added […] (3.3 mil/0.5) was steady. The Live+Same Day numbers reported in our daily-ish scores column do not show a show’s general performance, given the increases in delayed playback using DVR as well as streaming platforms. These Live+Same Day numbers rather are utilized to highlight any kind of patterns or high/low superlatives. Versus last summer season’s premiere, BB was down around 23 percent.

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