What was the TV ratings for June 14?

What was the TV ratings for June 14?

File this under bittersweet: Manifest topped the Nielsen streaming chart for the week of June 14 — aka just as it had been cancelled after three seasons at NBC. READ MORE In the latest TV ratings, ABC’s Wednesday-night coverage of the NBA Finals Game 4 easily hit an audience high for this year’s championship series, drawing READ MORE

Who is the guy who reviews smart TVs?

Michael is a senior staff writer and a six-year veteran of the Reviewed tech team. A film enthusiast and TV expert, he takes picture quality seriously but also understands that not every TV is a good fit for everyone.

What do you need to know about TV ratings?

The TV Ratings, also called the TV Parental Guidelines, provide information about the content and age- appropriateness of TV programs.

What does the D stand for in TV ratings?

D–suggestive dialogue (usually means talks about sex) L–coarse or crude language S–sexual situations V–violence FV–fantasy violence (children’s programming only) Audience:indicates the audience for which a television program is appropriate. ContentLabel:indicates a show may contain violence, sex, adult language, or suggestive dialogue.

What are the TV shows with the highest ratings?

Items of note include the series finale of Van Helsing on Syfy, Gabby Duran & the Unsittables on Disney Channel, and Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO. (Note:…

What are the ratings for Friday Night SmackDown?

In the latest TV show ratings, Fox’s Friday Night SmackDown drew a 0.5 rating (along with 1.9 million total viewers), holding steady week-to-week to lead the night in the demo READ MORE In the latest TV show ratings, ABC’s coverage of the NFL Draft averaged 4.2 million total viewers and a 1.0 rating, easily leading Thursday night in the demo.

What are the ratings for Fox News Channel?

Fox News dominated the top of the charts; CNN struggled in total viewers, but placed six of its shows in cable news’ top 10 among adults 25-54. Don Lemon was No. 1 at 10 p.m. among adults 25-54. The Lead with Jake Tapper expands to two hours (4-6 p.m.). MSNBC and CNN split second place in prime time.

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