Salvation Cancelled Renewed

Ratings: Salvation Dips With Double Dip, Big Brother Hits Audience High

CBS’ Big Brother this Wednesday delivered 6.53 million total viewers — an audience high for Season 19 — and a 1.9 rating, rising a tenth in the demo week-to-week to match the season high.

Leading out of that, Salvation did 3.8 mil/0.5 and then 3.5 mil/0.4, both episodes down from Week 2.

Over on NBC, the penultimate night of The Carmichael Show led out of an AGT clip show with 3 mil/0.7, up a tenth week-to-week.

Fox’s MasterChef (3.7 mil/1.0) and F Word (2 mil/0.6) each added some eyeballs whole steady in the demo.

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  1. Temperance says:

    I actually like Salvation so far. I wouldn’t watch the seriously deep drek of Big Brother if you paid me.

  2. Ken says:

    I like Salvation but I don’t love it and I wouldn’t mind if I missed an episode. I think it is a fun summer show but it has problems – most noticeably is the lack of any true suspense. None of the stakes feel genuine or real. The cast is great with beautiful people populating every aspect of the show (thats another minor issue) and Jennifer Finnegan is a great lead. The writing is good, but nothing clever. But its perfect fluff for escapism.

    • Are you going to explain why “beautiful people” a minor issue with the show or just leave it there? You said yourself, it’s summer fluff so why not go the whole way? I like watching beautiful people. It’s escapism.

  3. DebG says:

    Oh Great! A truly awful episode of Big Brother gets good ratings. Now CBS is going to use this as an excuse to push more showmances down our throats