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PBS Kids Renew/Cancel: Cyberchase Looks Solid, But Pales In Comparison To Many Newer Shows

The Ratings Junkie Sunday, January 31, 2021


Saturday TV Ratings 1/30/21: Saturday Night Live Returns Steady, NBA Game Weaker but Still Leads Primetime (UPDATED)

Preliminary Analysis: ABC beat all other 8-10 programs with its broadcast of the 'Lakers v. Celtics' NBA game (0.5). The latter led out of a lower-rated 'NBA Countdown' special (0.3). NBC wasn't far behind with repeats of 'Ellen's Game of Games' (0.3), 'Law & Order: SVU' (0.4), and 'SNL Vintage' (0.4). The original episode of 'SNL' at 11:30 posted a 1.44 A18-49 rating, on-par with its winter finale (1.4). CBS had a rerun of 'NCIS: New Orleans' (0.2) and a sturdy pair of '48 Hours' (0.3/0.4), one an encore and one original. Fox got a middling number out of 'Boxing' (0.3).

Finals Update: NBA: Lakers v. Celtics (+0.3) and PBC Boxing (+0.1) adjusted up. The repeats of Ellen's Game of Games (-0.1), Law & Order: SVU (-0.2) adjusted down. 

Amazon Prime Video Renew/Cancel: Homecoming Looks Solid

The Ratings Junkie Saturday, January 30, 2021


Friday TV Ratings 1/29/21: 20/20 Slips Behind Shark Tank Repeat, WWE SmackDown Leads (UPDATED)

Preliminary Analysis: With ABC's 'Shark Tank' (0.5) in repeat-mode and an original '20/20' (0.4) crumbling due to the reduced lead-in, a steady 'WWE Smackdown' (0.6) was able to lead Fox to a rare Friday-night win. NBC had stable editions of recently-renewed 'The Blacklist' (0.4) and 'Dateline' (0.4). CBS was entirely in reruns with 'MacGyver' (0.3), 'Magnum PI' (0.3), and 'Blue Bloods' (0.4). The CW went with another batch of 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' (0.2/0.2) and 'Penn & Teller: Fool Us' (0.1).

Finals Update: The 'Shark Tank' repeat (0.6, +0.1) adjusted up.

Prime Time Cable News Ratings: Fox News Primetime Is Threatening Newsmax TV

The Ratings Junkie Friday, January 29, 2021


HBO Max Renew/Cancel: Looney Tunes Cartoons Is Likely To Return

The Ratings Junkie Friday, January 29, 2021


Off Topic - February 2021 - The Thread of Love

It's time for a sweet change of Off-Topic threats. It's just about February, and that means love is the air! Let's get this discussion on!

Thursday Cable Ratings 1/28/21: CNN Reclaims Cable News Win, NBA Leads, Go-Big Show Rebounds, Grownish Slides

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Thursday, 1/28/21. Items of note include Grown-ish on Freeform, Go-Big Show on TBS, and Erin Burnett OutFront on CNN.

(Note: Click the names of the shows written in purple or blue to be taken to their pages in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Database.)

Thursday TV Ratings 1/28/21: The Unicorn Hits New Low Behind Repeats, Celebrity Wheel of Fortune and The Chase Decline, Mr. Mayor Rises (UPDATED)

Preliminary Analysis: ABC's Thursday-night lead was more subdued than usual as 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' (0.8) and 'The Chase' (0.6) both shed a tenth from last week. 'The Hustler' (0.5) clung to its week-ago rating in the 10pm slot. NBC was steady with 'Mr. Mayor' (0.5) and 'Superstore' (0.4) but 'Dateline' (0.5) actually rose two-tenths despite its 'SVU' lead-in (0.4) being in repeat-mode. Fox was flat with a sturdy 'Hell's Kitchen' (0.7), a solid 'Call Me Kat' (0.6), and a struggling 'Last Man Standing' (0.4). On CBS, 'The Unicorn' (0.3) crashed to a new low leading out of a 'Mom' repeat (0.3). 'Young Sheldon' encores (0.5/0.4) bested the Walton Goggins comedy while 'Star Trek: Discovery' (0.2) remained anemic at 10. The CW's 'Walker' (0.3) inched down in week 2 while 'Legacies' (0.2) held even.

Finals Update: The Chase (+0.1), Mr. Mayor (+0.1),  The Unicorn (+0.1), and repeats of Law & Order: SVU (+0.1), Young Sheldon at 8:30 (+0.1) and Mom (+0.1) adjusted up.

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NBC Renew/Cancel Week 8: Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist Still In Solid Shape

Since our last NBC Renew/Cancel, NBC has renewed one of its longest-running series, and we've gotten some more ratings data on a bubble series. Keep reading to see my thoughts on Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist and The Blacklist.

Wednesday Cable Ratings 1/27/21: Resident Alien Starts Decently, Full Frontal Rebounds, Rachel Maddow Takes the Cable News Lead

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Wednesday, 1/27/21. Items of note include the series premiere of Resident Alien on Syfy, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee on TBS, and Morning Joe on MSNBC.

(Click the names of the shows written in teal or blue to be taken to their pages in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Database.)

Apple TV+ Renew/Cancel: A Platform Lenient on Renewals Is Good News for Amazing Stories

The Ratings Junkie Thursday, January 28, 2021

Wednesday TV Ratings 1/27/21: The Goldbergs, The Conners and American Housewife Hit Series Lows, One Chicago Shows Also Slip, Name That Tune Grows on The Masked Dancer (UPDATED)

Preliminary Analysis: It was a particularly hellish night for ABC as 'The Goldbergs' (0.5) and 'American Housewife' (0.4) both lost two-tenths, dropping to new series lows in the process. 'The Conners' (0.5) joined in on the fun at 9, shedding a tenth and falling to its smallest rating yet. 'Call Your Mother' (0.4) was able to hold even despite all that slippage but the winter premiere of 'For Life' (0.3) inched down to tie its low at 10. 'Chicago Med' (0.9), 'Chicago Fire' (0.9), and 'Chicago PD' (0.9) all lost a tenth on NBC but the trio remained stronger than all other offerings. On Fox, 'The Masked Dancer' (0.5) took a noticeable hit after a string of 0.7s. There was a small consolation prize at 9 as 'Name That Tune' (0.6) managed to match its week-ago performance and beat its lead-in for the first time. CBS was able to avoid any declines as 'The Price is Right' (0.7), 'SEAL Team' (0.5), and 'SWAT' (0.4) were all on-par with where they left off. The CW was flat all-around with 'Riverdale' (0.1) and 'Nancy Drew' (0.1).

Finals Update: The Goldbergs (+0.1), The Conners (+0.1), The Price Is Right At Night (+0.1) and The Masked Dancer (+0.1) adjusted up.

American Housewife - Season 5 Episode 7 Review - Under Pressure


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Fox Renew/Cancel #6: ’9-1-1’ is Certain to be Renewed


Predictions for 1/27/21

Credit: Fox

Below are the latest renew/cancel predictions for the Fox network. Four new programs have premiered since the last update, all with at least a season under their belt. Three of them are likely to secure another season while one is in legitimate danger. 

The '9-1-1' Duo : '9-1-1' and spinoff companion '9-1-1 Lone Star' debuted on January 18th with a 1.22 and 0.95 rating respectively. In their second week, the two procedurals were actually able to make some minor gains, rising to a 1.24 and 1.03. With the amount of shows garnering a 1.0 A18-49 rating or higher shrinking by the hour, Fox would be foolish to even consider getting rid of this resilient pair of dramas. Both programs are a lock to return. Status: CERTAIN RENEWAL

The Resident: The Emily VanCamp medical drama remains a decent player on the Fox roster, posting a 0.7 rating for its season premiere and hovering around the 0.6 range since. This series was consistently in the 0.6-0.8 range last year so it has remained relatively steady despite a nine-month hiatus. Although it's not performing high enough to warrant a 'Certain Renewal' prediction, it remains on the right side of the bubble due to satisfactory ratings. Status: LIKELY RENEWAL

Prodigal Son: This sophomore drama had the best seat in the house last year, airing in the timeslot directly after '9-1-1' and '9-1-1: Lone Star' for the entire season. Despite those shows never falling below a 1.0 rating, 'Prodigal' consistently shed a large chunk of their audience, garnering numbers in the 0.6-0.9 vicinity. Now that the series has a significantly weaker 'Resident' lead-in, it has completely failed to stand on its own. It premiered to a new low (0.5) on January 12th and fell to a measly 0.4 rating for its latest installment. If it wasn't clear last year that this crime drama has little staying power, it has definitely become clear now. With a Nielsen average lower than all shows that have not been canceled, it's safe to say that 'Prodigal Son' is on its way out. Status: LIKELY CANCEL

Call Me Kat: Since its football-charged premiere, 'Call Me Kat' started with a sturdy 0.7 rating in its Thursday-night home but has since fallen as low as a 0.5 (0.547 to be exact). Its most recent installment inched up to a 0.56 rating, slightly below its 'Hell's Kitchen' lead-in (0.72) but a good bit above its 'Last Man Standing' lead-out (0.44). Despite the slippage, 'Kat remains in the 'Likely Renewal' category. As stated earlier, Fox likely wants to keep a live-action comedy on their network and placing it at 9 instead of 9:30 shows that the sitcom is being prioritized. With that said, it may be in danger if it falls much lower from this point. Status: LIKELY RENEWAL

The Great North: Following its lackluster January 3rd debut (0.69), Fox decided to give this animated series a proper boost by airing its second episode after the massive AFC Championship game (9.9). 'North' was catapulted to a robust 2.1 rating, pushing it to the top of the Fox roster. It will be interesting to see if this artificial ratings increase will do anything to help its cause in the spring. Nonetheless, the cast and crew will not have to worry too much as the series has already scored a renewal. Status: RENEWED

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Tuesday Cable Ratings 1/26/21: The Misery Index Rises from Finale, Curse of Oak Island Leads, CNN Slips but Remains #1 in Cable News

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Tuesday, 1/26/21. Items of note include the season premiere of The Misery Index on TBS, The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC, and Curse of Oak Island on History.

(Note: Click any show with its name in green or blue to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

Love Island Renewed for Season 3

CBS loves Love Island. The dating reality show was renewed today for a third season, set to air this summer. The series, which filmed season one in Fiji and season two in the famous island of Las Vegas, Nevada, will move production to Hawaii for season three. Love Island struggled in the ratings in season one, but saw raw ratings growth near the end of season two that made the show look like a solid part of the CBS lineup. Arielle Vandenberg hosts the series. This is a correct prediction for The TV Ratings Guide.

The Bold Type Renewed for Short Final Season

The Bold Type will soon reach its end. The Freeform drama has been renewed for a fifth and final season, nearly six months after it wrapped up season four. The drama has been a consistent part of the Freeform schedule since 2017 and is their longest-running current series. Season five will consist of six episodes, making it the shortest season of the series' run. Season four, which ran for eighteen episodes, was initially set to consist of eighteen, but was cut due to the COVID crisis. This meant that the season was not able to properly wrap, and it seems possible that this short final season was greenlit to allow the show to tie up loose ends that weren't tied up due to the finale not being filmed. When the series wraps its fifth season later in 2021, it will have fifty-two episodes to its name. Katie Stevens, Aisha Dee, Meghann Fahy and Melora Hardin star in the series, which has been one of the lower-rated scripted shows on cable, with just a 0.06 average for season four.

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The Ratings Junkie Wednesday, January 27, 2021


I Can See Your Voice Renewed by Fox

It seems like Kensday will be back on Fox next season. The Ken Jeong-hosted freshman reality hit I Can See Your Voice has been renewed today for a second season. The show premiered in September behind The Masked Singer and is the highest-rated new series this season to-date (aside from the NFL-boosted The Great North). In its ten episodes, the show averaged a 1.09, making it the #7 show of the season in total. Cheryl Hines and Adrienne Houghton also star as members of the judging panel, and will return for season two alongside host Ken Jeong. Season two is set to air later this year. This is a correct prediction for The TV Ratings Guide.

Tuesday TV Ratings 1/26/21: Mixedish Returns Well, Prodigal Son Sinks, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist Rises (UPDATED)

Preliminary Analysis: ABC unveiled its new Tuesday-night lineup, with all four programs getting off to a solid start for their first episodes of 2021. The evening began with the sixth season premiere of 'To Tell the Truth' (0.6), the Anthony Anderson game show was only a tenth below where it began in May 2020 (0.7) and well above its dreadful September 2020 finale (0.4). 'Black-ish' (0.6) followed in the 9pm hour, going two-tenths higher than its last Wednesday original (0.4) and tying its strongest rating of the season. The season two debut of 'Mixed-ish' (0.6) performed a good bit better than its season 1 finale (0.5) while 'Big Sky' (0.6) held even at 10. Fresh off Sunday's football-boosted installment, CBS's 'FBI' (0.8) rose two-tenths from its fall finale (0.6). 'NCIS' (0.9) inched up from its previous outing while 'FBI: Most Wanted' (0.6) was flat in the 10pm hour. 'The Resident' (0.6) matched last week on Fox but 'Prodigal Son' (0.4) ticked down to a brand-new series low. On NBC, 'Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist' (0.5) gained a tenth but 'Nurses' (0.2) made no such gains, a 'This Is Us' repeat (0.2) was sandwiched between the two. The CW was even across the board with 'Two Sentence Horror Stories' (0.1/0.1) and 'Trickster' (0.1). 

Finals Update: To Tell the Truth (+0.1), NCIS (+0.1), FBI: Most Wanted (+0.1) and the repeat of This Is Us (+0.1) adjusted up.

Monday Cable Ratings 1/25/21: Snowpiercer Returns Solidly but Near Series Low, WWE Raw Leads, CNN Sees Declines but Stays Dominant in Cable News

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Monday, 1/25/21. Items of note include the season premiere of Snowpiercer on TNT, Anderson Cooper 360 on CNN, and The Salisbury Poisonings on AMC.

(Note: Click any show with its name in yellow or blue to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

The Blacklist Renewed for Season 9

It still is not time for The Blacklist to fade to black. The long-running NBC drama, now in its eighth season, will be back for a ninth next year. The series is a tepid performer in the Live+Same-Day 18-49 ratings, but it's a strong perfromer in delayed and digital viewing, which has allowed the show to continue for so many years. It first debuted in 2013 and has aired over 150 episodes. James Spader and Megan Boone star in the series, which has become a staple of NBC's Friday lineup. The Blacklist is produced by Sony and NBCUniversal and has aired three episodes of a TBA order this season.

Click here to find the ratings for Season 8 of The Blacklist.

CBS Renew/Cancel -- CBS Needs NCIS: LA To Keep Sundays Alive


Nielsen delays prevented data from being reported timely, resulting in CBS R/C having a lag for one week.  In that time, B-Positive outrated Mom and is upgraded to Likely Renewal.  The sitcom has been holding its own with fewer dips and even took on the rugged December schedule with sturdy results.  The same windfall cannot be granted to The Unicorn, CBS's 2nd-lowest-rated scripted program (as well as the 2nd-lowest sitcom of the 21 entries).  Elsewhere, NCIS: Los Angeles continues strong on a less-desired Sunday evening as its highest-rated drama.  The results of The Equalizer's post-Superbowl showing have yet to determine if the freshman drama will succeed as it takes NCIS: LA's timeslot after Superbowl.  It narrowly ranks above the network average, a win for the network as it is scheduled on a less desirable evening.  But NCIS: LA has proven an asset in its 12th season as it has retained leads LL Cool J and Erik Christian Olsen, the key to making the show click and succeed.  Unless one defects and leaves the series, NCIS: LA is a Likely Renewal.  These two stars bring the magic and interest of the coveted demographics and raise renewal odds.

If NCIS: Los Angeles perks your interest, take a moment and read the acclaimed article profiling the series' Season 12 Episode 9 REVIEW  courtesy of our beloved author A Virtual Scrawl.  The breakdown can bring viewers up to speed and the author has profiled the series extensively with their solid reviews.

Predictions are easy to spot on CBS as they seldom shake up their schedules like ABC and FOX.  Their Sundays are successfully stacked with comfort food procedurals, and Monday comedies are winning.  Tuesdays again stack the hours with formulated procedural franchises, and Thursdays remain committed to comedies despite noticeable drops.  And would anyone dare tinker with Friday's copping the network's sturdy procedurals?  Yes, Magnum PI and MacGyver shamelessly ripped off the 80's wonders, but have given their own narrative and succeed.  Where CBS needs to watch out is Monday and Wednesday procedurals.  Bull is low but steady, holding the marquee star Michael Wetherly as their draw.  And David Boreanaz does the same with SEAL Team.  

Where CBS is having trouble is SWAT again holds "a star" in its basket with Shemar Moore, but SWAT stinks the night up without SEAL Team bolstering it.  Over on Mondays, All Rise cannot blame its lead-in, as Bob Hearts Abishola is crushing in their delivery above the CBS average, as well as stacked against their competing sitcoms.  Both mentioned procedurals remain On the Bubble as they hold some marketability, but could be the first to go if CBS needs space.  The Equalizer, Clarice and Evil have yet to air and could change the game.  Over on the sitcom front, it is evident The Unicorn is circling the drain.  The other potential scheduling space lies in Mom, an 8th season veteran who lost one of its leads in 2020.  While performing strong, it could end if Allison Janney opts to walk away.

Sitcom Scorecard: January 17-21, 2021

 It is another week in paradise for the network's sitcoms.  Playing into Football Inflation wisely, FOX placed newbie The Great North (2.13) and struggling Family Guy (1.13) directly into the stadium and gave them healthy boosts on Sunday, January 17.  The Great North also holds the dubious honor of being not only the highest-rated sitcom episode of the season, but also the most successful of scripted series utilizing NF inflation for exposure.  CBS' 3rd season drama FBI came close this week with a 1.98 rating boost.  CBS delivered solid as usual on Monday, January 18 with The Neighborhood (0.80) and Bobishola (0.66), which tied its season high.  ABC took a bold stroke on Inauguration Day by scheduling The Conners (0.61) and freshman Call Your Mother (0.42) on Wednesday, January 20, resulting in new series lows for both.  

Thursday, January 21 delivered the most action on the sitcom front with CBS dominating the laughers as usual with their sitcoms returning from icy December ratings and series lows.  Young Sheldon (0.81) grew 0.13, freshman B-Positive (0.66) grew 0.14, Mom (0.58) recovered 0.009 points, and The Unicorn (0.41) recovered 0.004.  The same blessings were not delivered to NBC or FOX sitcoms with most striking series lows.  On NBC, Mr. Mayor (0.51) clipped 0.002 off of the prior week, and outgoing Superstore (0.41) lost 0.007 of its ailing numbers.  On FOX, Call Me Cat (0.56) recovered 0.001 as it continues to sink from its Football Windfall debut, and ending Last Man Standing (0.44) lowered the bar 0.005 to its series low.

More sitcoms filing into the lineup brought changes to the chart with The Great North soaring to the front with a healthy boost.  It is likely going to be this chart's 1st place MVP well into March or potentially April.  FOX seems invested in the animated sitcom, leaving it predicted as a Certain Renewal.  The same cannot be stated for sophomore Bless The Harts, which has been displaced to develop The Great North and has remained absent for 2021 even on repeat Sundays and downgraded to Likely Cancellation.  The nail in the coffin is FOX has moved it to the dreaded 7:30 timeslot, notorious for pummeling new episodes.  The last series to take a battering here in the 2017-18 season was Bob's Burgers which rated as one of the lowest sitcoms that year.  

Over at ABC, Call Your Mother has failed to establish an audience and lowered the standards beyond Blackish's failed Wednesday scheduling in 2020.  Unless one of its aging series checks out by May, Call Your Mother is likely to be axed to make room for new life.  And CBS' The Unicorn continues to drown in its poor 9:30 timeslot on Thursdays.  New episodes being scheduled against a flood of sitcom repeats indicates CBS is likely burning off episodes to make way for other shows and The Unicorn is now a Certain Cancellation.

Another alarming reality is not a single sitcom will finish the season above the 1.0.  In the last season, The Conners, Modern Family, Young Sheldon and The Simpsons managed to break this boundary.  Young Sheldon took a battering with onset declines across the board, The Simpsons is on its way down without football bumps and The Conners shed a massive following in a move to Wednesday.  The trends from this chart show sitcoms are less in favor in this season and just exist.  The days of megahits like Young Sheldon, Modern Family and the Roseanne revival are long over.  FOX continues high and could retain the lead in its sitcom average, and CBS reclaimed 2nd place after jockeying with ABC for weeks.  Given Mixedish return tonight along with a weakened Blackish, the writing is on the wall ABC's tired laughers are in for some rough, low-rated waters.

Drama Scorecard: January 10-22, 2021


Nielsen experienced delays from MLK Day weekend which trickled into the entire week, and thus why this anthology article series was delayed one week.  And what a pity, as FOX and CW added 10 dramas into the roster over a 2-week period.  Given fast-national ratings always use rounded tenth digits, they can be misleading and why TVRG is waiting until final digits add an extra hundredth space.  Good examples are CW's All American and Walker, who's fast-national rating was 0.4.  After the dust settled and final ratings came in, both registered respectable 0.39 and 0.37 entries.

Among the 10 new entries, FOX' 4th season of 9-1-1 entered high into the arena within 0.005 of NBC's collapsing This Is Us.  Next week should make the game interesting as 9-1-1's fast nationals demonstrated stability for it's 9-1-1 franchises.  Once shows deliver two episodes, their renewal offs are declared (and may change due to performance deeper into the season).  The 9-1-1 procedurals are surefire to renew, but the game will change with their two remaining procedurals.  4th season The Resident has been declared On the Bubble.  Debuting strong with a 0.65, it shed an entire tenth to a mediocre 0.55 entry in episode 2.  FOX has no reservations clipping a series short before reaching syndication thresholds, so the series had better watch out.  

As for Prodigal Son, the acclaim is there.  The cast is appealing, the writing crisp.  But its ratings are mediocre despite Tuesdays softening across the board.  It has registered as "Leans Cancellation" as schedule space is a premium on FOX due to NFL and foregoing the 10:00 timeslots.  FOX feasibly could open a fifth hour for dramas if they do away with Thursday night sitcoms, but they could also opt for new life with stronger performers.  As predicted, FOX blasted into the middle of the chart for Drama averages past a tired CBS into 3rd, reaching closer to ABC's 2nd place average.  Other changes for renewal predictions include NBC's Blacklist being downgraded to "Leans Cancellation."  The critically-lauded series is in its 8th season, and a troubling sign was NBC airing back-to-back repeats of freshman sitcom The Mayor in Blacklist's timeslot resulting in near-identical ratings.

For the remainder of the season, CW will dominate the Anemic range in the chart.  The 5th network seeks other avenues for profitability including online streaming and ignores conventional rules of renewing and cancelling series.  All American and Walker delivered stellar and impressive ratings.  Unlike CBS who's "stars" deliver forgettable procedural ratings, the power of Jared Padalecki is CW's go-to for solid entries.  Padalecki graced the lineup on Supernatural for 15 seasons on Supernatural, leaving a saddening hole in it's leaving the schedule.  Walker appears to have filled the void and will be declared next week.  Down below, the remains of CW delivered standard issue ratings.  Once-mighty Riverdale returned to disappointing ratings for its 5th season along with a lowered Nancy Drew.

Legacies delivered mediocre yet solid ratings, and Batwoman turned batshit to sugar in the difficult Sunday night timeslot.  Predicting renewal and cancellation on CW is difficult as the network opts for year-round programming and welcomes varieties of drama, and apparently low ratings.  The question remains as to how Pandora picked up its green renewal tag.  There are literally hundreds of cities who have more residents than Pandora has fans, but the network presses on.  Next week will feature the entry of Charmed, and February will populate the chart with more dramas debuting on CBS and CW.

Sunday Cable Ratings 1/24/21: Euphoria Special Bombs on HBO, 90 Day Fiancé and Real Housewives of Atlanta Rise

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Sunday, 1/24/21. Items of note include the Euphoria special on HBO, 90 Day Fiancé on TLC, and American Gods on Starz.

(Note: Click any show with its name in orange to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)

Saturday Cable Ratings 1/23/21: Salt-N-Pepa Strong for Lifetime, UFC Leads, A Winter Getaway Solid on Hallmark, Big City Greens Slips

Below are the top 25 programs on cable on Saturday, 1/23/2021. Items of note include Salt-N-Pepa on Lifetime, A Winter Getaway on Hallmark, and College Basketball on ESPN.

(Note: Click the name of any show with its title in red to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)