Teaming of ‘Smallville’ And ‘Supernatural’ Scores Super Ratings

The CW turns up the action and the original programming on Friday night this season. The reteaming of SMALLVILLE and SUPERNATURAL earned The CW’s best earned The CW’s best Friday night performance in two years (since 9/26/08) among total viewers (2.93mi) and adults 18-34 (1.3/5), and men 18-34 (1.5/6) in two years (since 9/26/08), according to Live Plus Same Day Nielsen ratings for Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2010. The CW was #1 on Friday night among adults 18-34, men 18-34 and men 18-49 (1.4/5). The premiere of SMALLVILLE’s final season kicked off the night by won its time period in adults 18-34 (1.3/5), men 18-34 (1.6/7), men 18-49 (1.5/6). The CW’s SMALLVILLE ourperformed both ABC and FOX at 8:00-9:00p.m. in adults 18-49 (1.3/5). SMALLVILLE delivered The CW’s best performance in the Friday 8-9pm time period in 2 years in total viewers (3.0mil) and adults 18-49 (1.3/5). The debut of the sixth season of SUPERNATURAL was first the 9-10pm hour in adults 18-34 (1.4/5-tie), men 18-34 (1.5/6) and men 18-49 (1.4/5-tie). SUPERNATURAL ranked third in the hour among total viewers (2.9mil) and adults 18-49 (1.3/4). Compared to its season premiere last year (on Thursday), SUPERNATURAL was flat year to year in adults 18-34, and up 25% in men 18-34 and 17% in men 18-49. SUPERNATURAL scored The CW’s best performance in the time period in 2 years in all key categories, including adults 18-34 (1.4/5), adults 18-49 (1.3/4), men 18-34 (1.5/6), men 18-49 (1.4/5) and viewers (2.9mil)....

Supernatural Rating Information

November 20,2008- Supernatural rating are up 4.03 million. Last year rating it was under 3.24 million viewers. Season 2 was under 3.93 million viewers. Season 1 was under 5. 82 million ———— Thanks to Maria for sending this in!

November Sweeps Ratings

In case you were wondering what the ratings so far during the sweeps, we have them for you! November 13,2008 episode was 3.91 million November 6,2008 episode was 3.24 million October 30,2008 episode 3.55 million Thanks MJRASCAL16!

‘Supernatural’ Season 4 Experiences a Ratings Surge

Now that the fall TV season is in full swing, it’s starting to look like the writers’ strike caused a lot more damage to television than we originally thought. Many sophomore shows have plummeted in the ratings compared to last year, including Pushing Daisies, Life, Dirty Sexy Money, Private Practice, Chuck, and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. Even Heroes, an already established hit, is down about 32 percent compared to last year, leaving many experts claiming that we’re in for some sort of television apocalypse. As sad as it is to see so many great shows struggling for viewers, it’s not doom and gloom everywhere on the tube. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Supernatural has experienced more ratings growth among the 18-49 demographic this season than any other show on television. It’s up 42 percent from its season 3 numbers, beating out second place gainer Criminal Minds by an impressive eight percent. Supernatural season 4 kicked off with an impressive 3.96 million viewers, though the first episode was up against limited competition. The second episode, which had to compete with the premieres of Survivor, The Office and Grey’s Anatomy, fell to 3.2 million, while the latest installment, which landed on the night of the vice presidential debates when many shows were delayed, surged to 3.5 million. To put things in perspective, the highest rated episode of season 3, “Bedtime Stories,” was seen by 3.24 million people. The ratings average for season 2 was a mere 2.91 million, while this year it currently stands at 3.55 million. I wish I could point to something to explain why Supernatural is experiencing a ratings surge, but I have no idea why more people are tuning in now versus last year. I personally know of three people who just started watching the show this season, and after seeing the quality of the first...

Supernatural 10/2 Ratings

At 8 p.m., CBS pulled in 12.8 million viewers with “Survivor.” ABC was second with “Ugly Betty” charming 8.6 million. NBC’s “My Name Is Earl” amused 7 million. The CW’s “Smallville” attracted 3.9 million and outpaced Fox’s “Hole in the Wall” with 3.5 million. Against the debates, The CW’s “Supernatural” frightened up 3.6 million viewers. For the night, CBS averaged 11.1 million viewers. The rest: ABC with 10.2 million, NBC with 9.5 million, Fox with nearly 4 million and The CW with 3.8 million....