Ratings: Revolution Ticks Up With Finale, Anger Management's Fox Debut, Thrones Rises

Ratings Game of Thrones Red WeddingThe Revolution (season finale) was televised on Monday night, drawing 6.3 million total viewers and a 2.0 rating, ticking up a tenth in the demo week-to-week.

Leading into that, The Voice‘s Top 6 sing-off did 11.1 mil and a 3.2, matching its week-ago numbers.

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Anger Management, in its limited time Fox showcase, drew 1.6 mil and a 0.7, improving on the week-ago Mindy Project repeat (1.3 mil/0.6). (In its most recent FX outing, the Charlie Sheen starrer did 1 mil and a 0.5, after opening the 90-episode Season 2 with 1.7 mil/0.8.) Earlier on Fox, The Goodwin Games (1.7 mil/0.6) saw a 20 percent gain in audience.

Over on ABC, the summer soaper Mistresses opened to 4.4 mil/1.2, down 25 percent in the demo versus The Glass House, which last summer laid claim to the Mondays-at-10 spot. Opening ABC’s night, The Bachelorette (5.6 mil/1.7) dipped 7 percent and two tenths.

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Rewinding to Sunday, a total of 5.2 million people RSVP’d for Game of Thrones‘ Red Wedding aka Season 3’s penultimate hour, up a few eyeballs from the previous episode while rising two tenths in the demo (to a 2.8). The all-time high audience stands at 5.5 mil (set May 7).

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9 Comments
  1. ollie says:

    I wonder if somehow got #s will go down with many people angry over what happened. I’ll still watch.

    • Leigh says:

      I think they’ll actually go up, the buzz has been through the roof and that makes people curious. Besides, it’s only one episode left, ya gotta watch just to see what could happen next!

      • Emily says:

        Yeah, outrage covered my FB newsfeed, and a friend who doesn’t watch just asked me what it was all about because it was all over theirs too. Curiosity piqued.

        • TDS-Matt says:

          The same sort of outrage happened at the end of season one when Sean Bean died. Too many “I’m done with this show!” comments to count. But the ratings spiked for the finale.

          • Lord Fakington says:

            Wait…people were surprised that Sean Bean died? Have these people ever seen Sean Bean before?

  2. Midori says:

    Can someone explain to me how Angry Management got a second season? I understand it was a 90 episode all or nothing, we will make money on the syndication, deal but the ratings for the first 10 episodes were horrible and dropping.

    • Matt Webb Mitovich says:

      That is why they’re trying some out on Fox, to (hopefully) jack up the numbers/awareness for FX broadcasts.

  3. MrTemecula says:

    The violence realism has gone way up on Revolution. The first half of the series had bloodless death. Slash the red shirts they would topple over like the imaginary deaths of 8 year old boys.

    Last night, blood, blood and more blood. I wonder if this is the reason Revolution’s rating is holding on.

  4. John says:

    Revolution’s finale was awesome and GOT’s ‘Rains of Castomere’ episode still makes my blood pump!! Its a good time to be a tv fan!

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