CBS show ends: Csi Finale
Published: September 29, 2015
CBS show ends: Csi Finale, On FOX, Bob’s Burgers earned a 1.3, down down 13 percent from last season’s premiere. The Simpsons earned a 1.5, down 25 percent from its last season premiere. Family Guy and Brooklyn Nine-Nine each earned a 1.5, down 21 percent and 12 percent respectively. The Last Man on Earth was even with a 1.4 adults 18-49 rating.
On CBS, the series finale of CSI notched a 1.8, up 29 percent from last season’s premiere. 60 Minutes earned a 2.9, down 17 percent from last season’s premiere.
On ABC, the Once Upon a Time premiere was down 49 percent, with a 1.8 adults 18-49 rating. New series Blood & Oil earned 1.4, down 36 percent from Resurrection’s premiere in the same time slot last year. The Quantico series premiere earned a 1.9, up 46 percent from last season’s Revenge premiere.
Broadcast primetime ratings for Sunday, September 27, 2015 (All Ratings Live+ Same Day):
Time Net Show 18-49 Rating 18-49 Share Viewers Live+SD (million)
7:00PM CBS NFL Football (Overun) 5.7 20 18.059
NBC Sunday Night Football 3.4 12 10.164
FOX Family Guy – R 0.9 3 2.336
ABC Dark Swan Rises: Once Upon A Time 0.7 2 3.503
7:30PM NBC Sunday Night Football (7:30-7:57pm) 4.4 15 12.335
FOX Bob’s Burgers 1.3 4 2.66
8:00PM NBC Sunday Night Football (7:57-8:22pm) 5.7 18 15.967
CBS 60 Minutes – Premiere 2.7 8 14.846
ABC Once Upon a Time – Premiere 1.8 5 5.878
FOX The Simpsons – Premiere 1.5 5 3.258
8:30PM NBC Sunday Night Football (8:31-11:45pm) 7.3 21
FOX Brooklyn Nine-Nine – Premiere 1.5 4 3.14
9:00PM CBS CSI (9-11PM) – Series Finale 1.8 5 12.116
FOX Family Guy – Premiere 1.5 4 2.896
ABC Blood & Oil – Series Premiere 1.4 4 6.318
9:30PM FOX The Last Man On Earth – Premiere 1.4 4 3.071
10:00PM ABC Quantico – Premiere 1.9 6 6.994
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