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  • "Game Show Marathon" Wednesday + Thursday Ratings
    Monday, June 12, 2006
    Word was making the round about how terrible "Game Show Marathon"'s ratings were. According to Cynopsis, the 18-49 key ratings weren't as bad as you think on some shows. "Beat the Clock" on Thursday night scored a 4.5/8, which is pretty low. It fell in second behind Dateline NBC, and So You Think You Can Dance was barely behind the Marathon. "Game Show Marathon" was also sixth for that evening. Thursday night improved a lot and showed the cult status that "Press Your Luck" has even though message boards our inboxes were flooded with complaints about a few slides. The Whammies came back to a 6.4/11, which easily won it's time slot and came in fourth for the evening, which actually improved in the second half hour. It was obvious that CSI would beat it, and it lost by two tenths of a point to the NBA playoffs and by five-tenths to Without a Trace. So far, "Press Your Luck" is looking the best.

    In other ratings, the first half hour of "The Price is Right" got a 1.2/8 in women 18-49, which was 12th place. The second half received a 1.5/10, 7th place. Syndicated ratings didn't come this week, sorry.
    posted by Alex Davis * Permalink 
    6 Comments:
    • Permalink, Anonymous Scott Meckley said…

      Press Your Luck did the best because it is one of the best gameshows of all time and I hope for Card Sharks to do just as well. those to me are the two best shows in Game Show marathon. im sure match game and family feud will do well also.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous John said…

      Where does one find Daytime TV Ratings on the Web? I cannot seem to find them anywhere! HELP!

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous x said…

      Um you got your numbers mixed up. The thursday numbers hardly improved at all. They are as follows (from zap2it)

      The pregame show "NBA Nation" scored a 4.7/9 for ABC at 8 p.m., narrowly winning the hour over CBS' "Gameshow Marathon," 4.6/8 (CBS had a small lead in total viewers). An hour of "My Name Is Earl" was third for NBC at 4.3/8. FOX was fourth with a repeat of "So You Think You Can Dance."

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous FRQSTR=19107534x264934:1:1440|19107534|19107534|19107534|19107534 said…

      That's fast nationals. These are the official results in the adult 18-49 category that I received.

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous x said…

      But what would cause something like that to be so different? That's more than a 2 million viewer difference and looks like a very suspecious increase from just 2 days ago. Do you think your source might have messed up 4.6 (zap2it's number) into 6.4?

       
    • Permalink, Anonymous Alex Davis said…

      That was me responding before. I really wish I knew exactly. If you can give me a day or two, I can research the ratings system. I just report the numbers. Give me a few and I'll get post something about it.

       
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