Ratings: Game Night Scores Series High

NBC’s Hollywood Game Night this Tuesday drew 5.4 million total viewers and a 1.5 rating, surging 28 and 36 percent week-to-week, leading out of a proper America’s Got Talent.

As such, the game show netted its second-largest audience ever while matching its series high in the demo.

Opening the Peacock’s night, AGT (11.2 mil/2.5) hit a season high in audience while rising 14 percent in the demo from last week’s “World’s Got Talent” thingy.

Elsewhere, CBS’ Zoo (6.7 mil/1.1) was up 10 percent and a tenth from last week’s series lows, while Fox’s 5th Grader (2.4 mil/0.6) and ABC’s Extreme Weight Loss (2.4 mil/0.7) were flat.

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  1. Mr. Tran K says:

    Looks like HGN is on the verge of renewal.

    • Chris says:

      I’d bet on zoo to come back next summer as well 1.1 isn’t bad for a summer show

      • dan says:

        I agree. CBS will renew Zoo and hopefully cancel Under the Dome. As for Extant, the show is much better this summer, but the ratings are still terrible (although CBS renewed it after last summer’s ratings dive). They seem to have figured out a relatively successful way to launch summer series, even if they aren’t huge ratings winners. They’ll come up with one or two more for next summer.

        • Dave says:

          I hope they cancel Extant and renew Dome and Zoo and add more SciFi shows next summer. I like how during the summer they air SciFi shows and reality

  2. “Zoo (6.7 mil/1.1) was up 10 percent and a tenth from last week’s series lows” good.