Ratings: Million Second Quiz Slows Down, So You Think You Can Dance Steady in Finale

The Million Second Quiz - Season 1NBC’s Million Second Quiz in its second outing drew 5.8 million viewers and a 1.5 rating, down 11 percent and two tenths from its Monday launch.

Then, leading out of President Obama’s address, America’s Got Talent (9.1 mil/2.3) ticked down a tenth in the demo week-to-week yet still easily topped the night in both measures.

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Over on Fox, the just-renewed So You Think You Can Dance did 4.3 mil and a 1.4 — on par with last Tuesday but down 8 and 12 percent from its year-ago finale.

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4 Comments
  1. brandon says:

    Bummed to see SYTYCD’s ratings down, but happy about its renewal. That show is fantastic.

  2. JCK says:

    Popped in for a peek at Million Second and was bored. Too many game shows waste too much time. Jeopardy has such a satisfying pace, but others [Are You Smarter etc.] drag on forever between questions.

  3. Bob says:

    Just don’t find Million Second Quiz very interesting to watch. Tuned in for 20 minutes, but just couldn’t get into it.

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