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Decent Ratings for ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ Preview Special on CW

What follows are the fast affiliate results for Tuesday, January 19, 2016 broken out by network and by each half-hour:









Prime Averages
Network Viewers
(Millions)
Adults
18-49
12.324 1.8/6
6.574 1.5/5
2.687 1.1/3
2.498 1.0/3
3.158 0.9/3
1.826 0.7/2
1.819 0.7/2
1.384 0.4/1













































Tuesday, January 19, 2016
8:00 PROGRAM Viewers
(Millions)
Adults
18-49
Marvel’s Captain America: 75 Heroic Years (s) 3.632 1.0/3
NCIS 17.301 2.4/8
Hollywood Game Night 4.702 1.2/4
New Girl 3.022 1.3/4
The Flash 3.452 1.3/5
Antes Muerta que Lichita 1.928 0.8/3
Celia 2.006 0.6/2
Criminal Minds (r) 1.463 0.4/1
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8:30 PROGRAM Viewers
(Millions)
Adults
18-49
Marvel’s Captain America: 75 Heroic Years (s) 2.761 0.8/3
NCIS 17.438 2.4/8
Hollywood Game Night 4.564 1.2/4
Grandfathered 2.586 0.9/3
The Flash 3.392 1.4/4
Antes Muerta que Lichita 1.905 0.8/2
Celia 1.869 0.6/2
Criminal Minds (r) 1.511 0.4/1
9:00 PROGRAM Viewers
(Millions)
Adults
18-49
Marvel’s Agent Carter (p) 3.375 1.0/3
NCIS: New Orleans 13.779 1.9/6
Chicago Med 6.784 1.5/5
Brooklyn Nine-Nine 2.383 1.1/3
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Their Time is Now (s) 2.073 0.9/3
Pasion y Poder 1.789 0.7/2
Bajo el Mismo Cielo 1.866 0.7/2
Criminal Minds (r) 1.303 0.4/1
9:30 PROGRAM Viewers
(Millions)
Adults
18-49
Marvel’s Agent Carter (p) 3.135 0.9/3
NCIS: New Orleans 12.683 1.7/5
Chicago Med 7.314 1.6/5
The Grinder 2.000 0.8/2
DC Films Presents: Dawn of the Justice League (s) 1.832 0.8/3
Pasion y Poder 1.893 0.8/2
Bajo el Mismo Cielo 1.953 0.8/3
Criminal Minds (r) 1.386 0.4/1
ProgrammingInsider.com
10:00 PROGRAM Viewers
(Millions)
Adults
18-49
Marvel’s Agent Carter (p) 3.105 0.9/3
Limitless 6.862 1.3/4
Chicago Fire 7.915 1.7/6
Pasion y Poder 1.791 0.8/2
La Querida del Centauro 1.660 0.7/2
Criminal Minds (r) 1.285 0.4/1
10:30 PROGRAM Viewers
(Millions)
Adults
18-49
Marvel’s Agent Carter (p) 2.943 0.9/3
Limitless 5.879 1.1/4
Chicago Fire 8.165 1.8/6
Pasion y Poder 1.609 0.6/2
La Querida del Centauro 1.604 0.7/2
Criminal Minds (r) 1.356 0.4/1

Source: Nielsen Media Research

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    • I agree, and I’ll throw in the equally disastrous CW lineup.

      I actually wold have expected 4.5 million viewers for that premiere based on previous results. It barely got over 2…

  1. The Chicago show again falls to NCIS:LA….granted it did have a much stronger lead-in but it is telling…so many crow of the Chicago shows strength….maybe the original has legs but the kids are lead-in dependent. Limitless sadly is just not compatible with NCIS duo….sorry but it needed to move long ago….its matching Code Black, a show that will more than likely not make it next fall. Limitless needs to move and IMO Thursdays at 10pm is best.

    • I’m not surprised at the rating drop for Limitless at the half hour. Don’t get me wrong. I love the show, but last night’s episode sucked ass. That whole Barney in the head and using kiddie language throughout the hour was one of the dumbest things that I have ever seen on TV.

    • re: the Chicago shows, based on raw numbers, you’re right — NCIS: LA did better, but what’s telling is that Med gained 2 million viewers and .3 in the demo from 8:30 to 9PM, whereas NCIS: NO lost 4.5 million viewers and .5 in the demo.

      So really, it’s NCIS: NO that’s lead in dependent, while Med is picking up viewers all on its own.

      • rising .3 isn’t anything to write home about…with that logic 3 Scorpion is roaring and SVU soars over Laura….my point is both are lead-in dependent and IMO weak

        • I don’t think Chicago Med is completely lead in dependent. Sure it’ll do a little better when the Voice is on, but it didn’t collapse without it either. In fact, it’s completely holding its own.

          Viewers are tuning OUT of NCIS: NO in droves after NCIS is over. Conversely, a good chunk of viewers are tuning IN to watch Chicago Med when HGN is over. I don’t think that makes Med lead in dependent — viewers are seeking it out.

      • You’re right about Chicago Med picking up viewers and NOLA being lead-in-dependent.

        However, Chicago Med’s numbers just aren’t good…

  2. Douglas, may I please have those GSN numbers from Friday that I posted on the “Friday Final Nationals” thread? Thanks in advance but need them soon.

    • It shows how bad the current shows are that Ion with its meager coverage and next to no promotion does so well with re-runs…

  3. Speaking of awful, FOX actually was beaten by CW and ABC barely bested it.

    All 3 were at Latino Channel levels…

    But at the Press Week, it was business-as-usual, all-is-perfect time…