The Resident’s nail-biting episode saw upward ticks in the ratings. Sadly, the same couldn’t be said for Emergence. Here are the Tuesday TV ratings.
Emergence couldn’t keep hold of the boost that it gained from The Little Mermaid Live from the previous episode. However, The Resident, The Flash, and may other shows saw upward ticks. Here’s a look at the Tuesday TV ratings for Nov. 19.
There weren’t many shows that saw dips in both metrics. NCIS dipped by 5% in both metrics, but this isn’t all that uncommon. A show like NCIS isn’t going to suffer from a bad week, and the total audience was still the best of the night.
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- Thursday TV ratings: Grey’s Anatomy up, Walker Independence down
- Wednesday TV ratings: One Chicago mixed, Kung Fu down (November 9)
- Tuesday TV ratings: The Resident and Monarch down (November 8)
- Monday TV ratings: All American down, Quantum Leap up (Nov. 7)
- Weekend live TV ratings: Fire Country and FBI mixed
Bless This Mess also saw a small tick down in both metrics. This show remains on the bubble. It’s hard to say which way ABC will go right now, but it’s possibly a renewal. After all, the show is in the middle of all ABC shows and is in the top five when it comes to comedies (and one of those is ending).
The only other show to see downward ticks in both metrics was ABC’s Emergence. It returned after getting a huge boost to the ratings thanks to The Little Mermaid Live. Did enough people enjoy it to tune in? Sadly not. The ratings were down 42% in the demo and 42% in the total audience, pulling in the worst results of the night in both metrics outside of The CW’s usual-low results. Things aren’t looking good for the mystery family drama.
Meanwhile, The Connors saw boosts in both metrics and mixed-ish and black-ish ticked up in their demos. Despite the low-ish ratings, the two comedies are sitting in the middle of all ABC shows. I think mixed-ish might make it through and black-ish will come to an end if ABC needs to cancel one of the shows.
NCIS: New Orleans got a boost to the ratings after a slump last week. It was always going to be hard coming back from a shocking exit, but a Sebastian-focused episode was just what the show needed. The show also won in the timeslot in the total audience.
The win for the demo in the 10 p.m. timeslot goes to New Amsterdam. That shocking fall finale was up by 11% in the demo and by 9% in the total audience. All eyes are on when the show returns in 2020. We need it now!
Things are also looking good for The Resident. It’s shocking episode saw the demo tick up by 14% and the total audience tick up by 6%. Sadly, the show is struggling in the competitive timeslot. There’s hope that the DVR results are much better, because there are fans for the medical drama out there but it was always questionable putting it up against NCIS and The Connors on Tuesdays!
The Flash also performed well, seeing a 19% boost to its demo, taking it back to 0.5 after a temporary blip. The total audience was also up by 9%. Sadly, Arrow‘s demo fell by 13% but the total audience was up by almost 20%. With Arrow coming to an end, I think we’ll definitely see a renewal for The Flash.
Check out the full TV ratings for Nov. 19 to see how your favorite shows performed.
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