TV Ratings 5/24/17: Dirty Dancing Not Put In a Corner, Survivor Hits New Season High for Finale (UPDATED)

It was a pretty decent night for broadcast on the final night of the regular season. ABC had a special movie premiere, with their Dirty Dancing remake premiering with a very solid 1.3, pretty much even with last week's lineup. CBS also had a strong night, with Survivor hitting a new season high or 1.9 for its finale, and a strong 1.4 for its reunion show. CBS' night was greatly improved for the week, with Beyond Borders getting replaced by Survivor. Fox also had a pretty good night, with Shots Fired airing its series finale and Empire airing its season finale. Both were up from last week, with Empire hitting a multi-month high. NBC opted for an all-SVU night, with a repeat at 8 and a double airing at 9 and 10. The originals were up from last week and pulled in the highest ratings for the long-running series since February. CW also had a finale night, and Arrow was up. The 100, however, was stuck at the same 0.3 it's been stuck at since March.

Finals Update: Dirty Dancing (+0.1) and Empire (+0.1) adjusted up. The Survivor Reunion (-0.1) adjusted down.
18-49 Rating/Share
Viewers (mil)
8 PMSurvivor (F)1.9/88.54CBS

Dirty Dancing1.4/58.58ABC

Shots Fired (Series Finale)0.9/43.40Fox

Law & Order: SVU (R)0.7/34.03NBC

Arrow (F)0.6/31.68The CW
9 PMEmpire (F)2.5/106.91Fox

Law & Order: SVU (F)1.3/56.00NBC

The 100 (F)0.3/20.98The CW
10 PMSurvivor (Reunion Show)1.3/66.21CBS

Share this

Related Posts

Next Post »