There’s a crack in the Dome’s numbers, but is the show doomed?
Rising Star's disappointing ratings confirm it.
It was Memorial Day weekend, after all.
Tuesday's American Idol peformance finale was the show's least-watched episode ever.
Though it did debut against the massive Game of Thrones premiere.
So many people watched.
No word on how many hate-watched.
But not quite as massive as last fall's premiere
After years of being an afterthought on Fox, the long-running show is turning out to be good business for the cable network.
And Jimmy Kimmel set a record.
The slide started before the patriarch's homophobic comments; such is the short spike of the reality-TV supernova hit.
People love zombies.
Or at least the universe of TV viewers under 35.
111.5 million people watched.
The power of Stevie Nicks?
Yet, the show still drew around 5 million more viewers than anything else on TV last night.
Yet it still did better than NBC's other Thursday comedies.
For one thing, it's not afraid to embrace the crazy.
The hits and misses so far this fall on NBC, CBS, Fox, and ABC.
And over on Showtime, Homeland and Masters of Sex did okay.
And Betrayal is dead on arrival.
But all hope is not lost for The Michael J. Fox Show
Yay, Devious Maids and Pretty Little Liars. Aw, So You Think You Can Dance.