Monday Night Ratings: SWITCHED AT BIRTH, DALLAS, WWE RAW, THE CARRIE DIARIES

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ABC Family's groundbreaking all American Sign Language episode of its award-winning series SWITCHED AT BIRTH ranked as Monday night's #1 scripted cable TV telecast in Females 12-34 (748,000/1.6 rating), and the #1 scripted cable TV telecast in primetime in Women 18-34 (428,000/1.3 rating) and Women 18-49 (693,000/1.1 rating).

The special episode, told from the perspective of the series’ multiple deaf characters – with open captions for hearing viewers – was the #1 scripted cable TV telecast at 8 o’clock across Adults 18-34 (530,000/0.8 rating), Women 18-34, Adults 18-49 (871,000/0.7 rating), Women 18-49, Viewers 12-34 (864,000/0.9 rating) and Females 12-34.

Meanwhile, DALLAS had a 0.7 Adults 18-49 rating (same as last week) with 2.785 million total viewers.

EDITOR'S NOTE: The February 25th episode of DALLAS drew 3.4 million viewers in Live + 3 delivery, up 6% compared to the prior week’s episode. In the demos, DALLAS drew more than 1.5 million adults 25-54 (+15%) and 1.2 million adults 18-49 (+10%).

WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW was the night's top cable program with a 1.9 Adults 18-49, up from last week rating from last week's 1.8.

On NBC, DECEPTION tied its series low with a 1.1, down 8 percent from last week's 1.2 adults 18-49 rating.

On the CW, THE CARRIE DIARIES garnered a 0.5, up 25 percent from last week's 0.4 adults 18-49 rating. 90210 earned a 0.3 adults 18-49 rating, even with last week.

1 comment:

  1. Monday night’s one of my favorite nights watching my WWE Wrestling all while my primetime favorite’s record uninterrupted. I couldn’t do this before and the other nights I work at DISH has left a mess of recordings. I record my favorites using the PrimeTime Anytime feature using my DISH Hopper DVR, once enabled it will record the 4 major networks during primetime hours on one TV. It’s been great now that I don’t have all the DVRs tied up recording my shows or dealing with annoying timers.

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