Ratings: Kennedy Center Honors Rises, Chi Fi Minithon Edges Out Forever's

Kennedy Center Honors

Leading out of an NCIS rerun — which delivered 10.2 million total viewers and a 1.2 demo rating — CBS’ Tuesday broadcast of the 37th annual Kennedy Center Honors did 9.2 mil and a 1.2, up 28 and 33 percent versus a year ago (where it aired on a Sunday).

Elsewhere: NBC’s triple-pump of Chicago Fire repeats averaged 3.5 mil and a 0.8, edging out ABC’s own Forever minithon (3.4 mil/0.7).

And… that’s all I got. Now run to the store before they run out of hats and horns.

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6 Comments
  1. zac says:

    Wishing for better ratings for Forever in 2015. We need at least 3 more seasons

    • Tran says:

      Tuesdays @ 10 is still a “black hole” for ABC and Forever can’t find a way to topped Chicago Fire (NBC) and Person of Interest (CBS).

    • prish says:

      I hope I am wrong because I love the show, but Forever might go the way of…Almost Human, Believe, Breaking In, Chaos, Common Law, Cupid, Detroit 1-8-7, Eli Stone, Flash Forward, Harry’s Law, Human Target, Ironside, Journeyman, Lie To Me, Life, Life on Mars, Mind Games, My Own Worst Enemy, Pushing Daisies, Terra Nova, Terriers, The Cape, The Glades, The Good Guys, The Neighbors, The Reaper, The Unusuals, Trophy Wife.

      I am keeping track, so I can either bring them back when I make my billion, lobby to Google to bring them back, or get them continued in novel form.

  2. Tran says:

    What if ABC moves Castle to Tuesdays @ 10 p.m. next season?