MTV’s ‘Finding Carter’ Solid in Debut; ‘Pretty Little Liars’ Still Hot during 100 …

July 10, 2014 - Finding Carter

MTV’s new scripted play “Finding Carter” non-stop to plain ratings on Tuesday, a really bustling night in wire for scripted originals that also enclosed deteriorate highs for TNT’s “Rizzoli Isles” and ABC Family’s “Chasing Life” and week-three gains for FX’s “Tyrant.”

According to Nielsen estimates, “Finding Carter” averaged a 0.73 rating in adults 18-49 and 1.69 million viewers altogether in a 10 p.m. hour, probably relating a “Catfish” lead-in in 18-49 (0.75) while building on it in adults 18-34 (1.01 to 0.98) and sum viewers (1.69 million to 1.32 million).

The story of a teen whose life is incited upside down when she learns that a lady she suspicion was her mom indeed abducted her as a lady was cable’s No. 2 strange array Tuesday in adults 18-34 and immature womanlike demos, behind usually ABC Family’s “Pretty Little Liars” during 8 o’clock.

“Liars,” celebrating a 100th episode, averaged a 0.98 in adults 18-49, a 1.40 in adults 18-34 (making it TV’s tip uncover of a night) and 2.25 million viewers altogether — about in line with new airings. The uncover airing behind it, rookie “Chasing Life,” strike an 18-49 array high in a fifth week (0.54) while sketch 1.21 million sum viewers.

Over during FX, “Tyrant” (0.58 in 18-49, 1.71 million viewers overall) was adult week to week by 9% in a demo (from 0.53) and by 23% in sum viewers (from 1.39 million). The uncover had posted an 18-49 benefit from a initial part to a second part in L3 (which includes DVR playback within 3 days of telecast), so final night’s outcome should meant a second true week of L3 growth.

TNT oldster “Rizzoli Isles” keeps humming along (1.10 in 18-49, 5.13 million viewers overall), adult 12% week to week in 18-49 for a deteriorate high and station as cable’s No. 1 uncover in a demo as good as sum viewers. It was cable’s most-watched array final week.

OWN’s top-rated array to date, “The Haves and a Have Nots,” hold during a clever 0.95 rating in 18-49 as it approaches a deteriorate finale. In sum viewers, a 3.29 million is a show’s second best this summer.

TBS comedy “Sullivan Son” (0.74 in 18-49, 1.96 million viewers overall) was down from a year-ago premiere when it aired on Thursday (0.91 in 18-49, 2.16 million), though it had a extremely incomparable “Big Bang Theory” lead-in final year (1.31) than final night (1.00).

Discovery’s “Deadliest Catch” (1.04 in 18-49, 2.89 million viewers overall) remained strong, ranking as a No. 1 wire strange of a night in group 18-49 (1.33) and group 25-54 (1.92).


1. Rizzoli Isles (TNT), 1.10
2. Deadliest Catch (Discovery), 1.04
3.  Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family), 0.98
4.  The Haves and a Have Nots (OWN), 0.95
5.  Catfish special (MTV), 0.75
6.  Sullivan Son (TBS), 0.74
7.  Finding Carter (MTV), 0.73
8.  Bad Girls Club (Oxygen), 0.62
9.  Perception (TNT), 0.60
10.  Storage Wars (AE), 0.59
10.  Drunk History (Comedy), 0.59
10.  Little Women L.A. (Lifetime), 0.59

Each ratings indicate represents roughly 1.297 million viewers 18-49.



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