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Monday Cable Final Nationals: ‘Cash Cab’ Erodes Half of ‘Street Outlaws’ Lead-In on Series Return for Discovery

What follows are the Live + Same Day rating results for the night’s top ten cable telecasts in total viewers and adults 18-49 as well as selected other programs on Monday, December 4 (with the night’s cable ranks according to total viewers and adults 18-49 in parentheses):

King of the Hill (ADSM, 8:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.586 million viewers (#64)
– 0.20 A18-49 (#46)

American Dad (ADSM, 8:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.590 million viewers (#62)
– 0.24 A18-49 (#39)

The Cleveland Show (ADSM, 9:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.740 million viewers (#48)
– 0.29 A18-49 (#30)

American Dad (ADSM, 9:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.867 million viewers (#41)
– 0.36 A18-49 (#21)

Bob’s Burgers (ADSM, 10:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 1.022 million viewers (#31)
– 0.47 A18-49 (#14)

Bob’s Burgers (ADSM, 10:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 1.061 million viewers (#27)
– 0.51 A18-49 (#13)

Ride with Norman Reedus (AMC, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 0.420 million viewers (#77)
– 0.13 A18-49 (#88)

Vanderpump Rules (BRAVO, 9:00 PM, 61 min.)
– 1.393 million viewers (#19)
– 0.59 A18-49 (#10)

Relationshep (BRAVO, 10:01 PM, 60 min.)
– 0.680 million viewers (#55)
– 0.26 A18-49 (#35)

Anderson Cooper 360 (CNN, 8:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 1.172 million viewers (#21)
– 0.27 A18-49 (#33)

Anderson Cooper 360 (CNN, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 1.012 million viewers (#33)
– 0.22 A18-49 (#42)

CNN Tonight (CNN, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 0.956 million viewers (#36)
– 0.23 A18-49 (#40)

Street Outlaws Special (DISC, 8:00 PM, 61 min.)
– 1.145 million viewers (#23)
– 0.41 A18-49 (#18)

Street Outlaws (DISC, 9:01 PM, 61 min.)
– 1.827 million viewers (#11)
– 0.68 A18-49 (#6)

Cash Cab (DISC, 10:02 PM, 31 min.)
– 0.884 million viewers (#38)
– 0.33 A18-49 (#25)

Cash Cab (DISC, 10:33 PM, 31 min.)
– 0.731 million viewers (#49)
– 0.25 A18-49 (#38)

Vampirina (DISJR, 8:00 PM, 25 min.)
– 0.700 million viewers (#53)
– 0.19 A18-49 (#52)

Puppy Dog Pals (DISJR, 8:30 PM, 25 min.)
– 0.568 million viewers (#66)
– 0.14 A18-49 (#81)

PJ Masks (DISJR, 8:55 PM, 25 min.)
– 0.551 million viewers (#69)
– 0.14 A18-49 (#81)

Andi Mack (DSNY, 8:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.717 million viewers (#50)
– 0.14 A18-49 (#81)

Stuck in the Middle (DSNY, 8:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.698 million viewers (#54)
– 0.14 A18-49 (#81)

Monday Night Countdown (ESPN, 6:00 PM, 135 min.)
– 1.501 million viewers (#16)
– 0.97 HH
– 0.53 A18-49 (#12)
– 0.40 A18-34

NFL Regular Season: Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals (ESPN, 8:15 PM, 226 min.)
– 10.844 million viewers (#1)
– 6.72 HH
– 3.49 A18-49 (#1)
– 2.73 A18-34

Holiday Baking Champion 4 (FOOD, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 1.507 million viewers (#15)
– 0.44 A18-49 (#16)

Christmas Cookie Challenge (FOOD, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 1.131 million viewers (#25)
– 0.30 A18-49 (#29)

Tucker Carlson Tonight (FOXNC, 8:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 3.126 million viewers (#4)
– 0.29 A18-49 (#30)

Hannity (FOXNC, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 3.254 million viewers (#2)
– 0.31 A18-49 (#28)

The Ingraham Angle (FOXNC, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 2.592 million viewers (#7)
– 0.26 A18-49 (#35)

Big Screen Movie: Elf (FRFM, 6:40 PM, 130 min.)
– 1.653 million viewers (#13)
– 0.63 A18-49 (#8)

Big Screen Movie: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (FRFM, 8:50 PM, 130 min.)
– 1.397 million viewers (#18)
– 0.59 A18-49 (#10)

House Hunters Where are They Now (HGTV, 10:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 1.134 million viewers (#24)
– 0.19 A18-49 (#52)

House Hunters International (HGTV, 10:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 1.045 million viewers (#28)
– 0.18 A18-49 (#56)

1980’s: Deadliest Decade (ID, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 0.790 million viewers (#44)
– 0.22 A18-49 (#42)

People Magazine Investigates (ID, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 1.016 million viewers (#32)
– 0.26 A18-49 (#35)

All In with Chris Hayes (MSNBC, 8:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 2.005 million viewers (#10)
– 0.20 A18-49 (#46)

Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 2.932 million viewers (#5)
– 0.35 A18-49 (#22)

Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell (MSNBC, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 2.204 million viewers (#9)
– 0.23 A18-49 (#40)

Teen Mom Season 7 (MTV, 9:00 PM, 61 min.)
– 1.222 million viewers (#20)
– 0.67 A18-49 (#7)

Floribama Shore (MTV, 10:01 PM, 61 min.)
– 0.788 million viewers (#45)
– 0.43 A18-49 (#17)

Full House (NAN, 8:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.657 million viewers (#57)
– 0.20 A18-49 (#46)

Full House (NAN, 8:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.619 million viewers (#58)
– 0.19 A18-49 (#52)

Full House (NAN, 9:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.566 million viewers (#68)
– 0.17 A18-49 (#60)

Full House (NAN, 9:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.532 million viewers (#71)
– 0.17 A18-49 (#60)

Fresh Prince of Bel Air (NAN, 10:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.434 million viewers (#76)
– 0.15 A18-49 (#72)

Fresh Prince of Bel Air (NAN, 10:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.420 million viewers (#77)
– 0.14 A18-49 (#81)

Paw Patrol (NKJR, 9:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.716 million viewers (#52)
– 0.15 A18-49 (#72)

Tarantula (TBS, 10:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.381 million viewers (#81)
– 0.20 A18-49 (#46)

Tarantula (TBS, 10:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.229 million viewers (#100)
– 0.13 A18-49 (#88)

Long Lost Family (TLC, 8:00 PM, 62 min.)
– 0.985 million viewers (#34)
– 0.16 A18-49 (#69)

Long Island Medium (TLC, 9:02 PM, 63 min.)
– 1.126 million viewers (#26)
– 0.22 A18-49 (#42)

The Healer (TLC, 10:05 PM, 63 min.)
– 0.910 million viewers (#37)
– 0.18 A18-49 (#56)

Man V Food (TRAV, 9:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.330 million viewers (#89)
– 0.13 A18-49 (#88)

Man V Food (TRAV, 9:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.326 million viewers (#90)
– 0.13 A18-49 (#88)

WWE Raw (USA, 8:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 3.147 million viewers (#3)
– 1.86 HH
– 0.96 A18-49 (#2)
– 0.78 A18-34

WWE Raw (USA, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 2.862 million viewers (#6)
– 1.72 HH
– 0.87 A18-49 (#4)
– 0.74 A18-34

WWE Raw (USA, 10:00 PM, 76 min.)
– 2.430 million viewers (#8)
– 1.54 HH
– 0.78 A18-49 (#5)
– 0.65 A18-34

Love and Hip Hop 8 (VH1, 8:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 1.813 million viewers (#12)
– 0.94 A18-49 (#3)

Scared Famous (VH1, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 1.157 million viewers (#22)
– 0.60 A18-49 (#9)

Source: Live+Same Day data, Nielsen Media Research

Written by Douglas Pucci

Douglas Pucci (a.k.a. “Son of the Bronx”) has worked with Mr. Berman for more than a decade. A Bronx native, NYU graduate and once-intern for VH1's "Pop Up Video," Pucci went on to design, build and maintain websites for various non-profit organizations in his hometown of New York City. He also contributes to the sports website Awful Announcing.

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