Your question mark key get stuck? Anyway, I should have been clearer. Just keep DWTS to a five or six hour block on one night a week, with no other showings. It wouldn't hurt to make the entire block non-repeating, though.?????????????????????? Harvey Feud gets six new episodes, than four repeat episodes of the first four new ones.
GSN flew through season 12 of DWTS. The finale is coming up in the next couple weeks already. At least GSN has cut the show down now from 5 airings of each episode to 3, but its still bad.
Anybody know how well that Steve's Family Feud did yesterday?
I believe the highest DWTS airing came in the 50-60 range. Everything else was unwatchable proving it's not a game show.
Probably won't know for another couple of weeks until Douglas Pucci posts the March 26-April 1 week.Anybody know how well that Steve's Family Feud did yesterday?
Highest DWTS ever got was 24 and 25 for the week of February 27-March 4. That's total viewers. No info on demos.I meant 50-60 in the chart position.
Oh jeeze, that comment was what's known as humor. That's why I deadpanned the bit about the network's problems being a "lot more manageable" if truly first-run DWTS ever showed up on GSN. Of course, that's not gonna happen in anything approaching the present universe.And the ambient temperature of Hell would decrease to -159.86° Fahrenheit. Do you really think that GSN would be willing to fork over the heavy license fees that would be required to air a first run episode [of Dancing With the Stars]?
Twenty percent? Not close. GSN is available in about 64% of the country's households.ABC is seen all over this country. GSN is visible to maybe 20% of that audience.
Uh, right. Anyhoo, the only info lately on demos was an assertion at the upfront that GSN is up in 25-54 and F25-54, their target audiences. Can't prove it or disprove it with the published total viewer numbers.100% people bored with their lives and people who don't like real game shows.
Crossposted some of this chitchat to the blog, with a screenshot of Jerry expounding on Baggage.
Well, it's not that terrible. The top cable networks only get about 86% coverage. There are a bunch of households that don't have any cable/satellite service at all.64%. That's it? Although I think I already knew that.
Still, GSN has the same old problems as always: modest overall ratings and generally unfavorable demos.
But if viewers aren't tuning in. Then they'll have great demos but no viewers. Is that actually better?
Dancing With the Stars in Primetime with under .2 ratings, and daytime with a 0 in the ratings. But a great demo.