Is there no such thing as bad press? ABC’s Fred Willard-hosted Trust Us With Your Life improv series this Tuesday drew barely 1.9 million viewers while mustering a 0.6 demo rating, down 28 and 33 percent week-to-week and letting slip from its grip about a third of its sitcom repeat lead-in.
Elsewhere on Tuesday, America’s Got Talent held steady with 10.3 million total viewers (topping the night) and a 2.6 demo rating (tying Fox’s food shows for the win)…. Hell’s Kitchen (6.2 mil/2.6) and MasterChef (6.2 mil/2.6) each ticked up a tenth in the demo…. The CW’sL.A. Complex plunged 33 percent, to under 400,000 viewers (!) and a 0.2 rating (!!)… and ABC’s NY Med (4.3 mil/1.1) dipped about 10 percent while Love in the Wild (4.5 mil/1.3) was flat in its finale.
A few other ratings headlines for you:
* USA Network’s presentation of WWE Monday Night Raw‘s 1,000th episode was the most-watched three-hour Raw ever (with over 6 million total viewers), while the “regular episode” that ran from 9 to 11 pm commanded the largest audience (6.3 mil) for a two-hour Raw in 10 years.
* Also on Monday, Syfy’s Warehouse 13 returned to an audience of 2.1 million, with about a mil landing in the 18-49 sweet spot — marking gains of 31 and 23 percent versus the previous season’s finale. Likewise, Alphas (1.7 million total viewers, 725 in the 18-49 demo) surged 50 and 24 percent from its freshman closer.