TV Ratings: ‘Marlon’ Holds Steady in Season 1 Finale

MARLON -- "End of the Road"
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Marlon” held up well in the ratings for its Season 1 finale on NBC Wednesday night, according to Nielsen data.

The 9 p.m. episode averaged a 1.2 rating in adults 18-49 and 5.2 million viewers, making it approximately even with the episode from the same time slot last week (1.2, 5 million). The 9:30 episode averaged a 1.0 and 3.7 million viewers, up slightly in the key demo from the same time slot last week (0.9, 3.6 million).

Earlier on NBC, “America’s Got Talent” (2.0, 11.3 million) was even, as was “Midnight Texas” (0.7, 2.7 million).

On CBS, “Big Brother” (1.8, 6.3 million) was even, as was “Salvation” (0.5, 3.6 million).

For Fox, the 8 p.m. episode of “MasterChef” (1.2, 3.7 million) was even with the episode from the same time slot last week, while the episode at 9 (1.4, 4.4 million) was up slightly in total viewers.

ABC and The CW aired only repeats.

NBC and Fox tied for first in the demo with a 1.3 each but NBC was first in total viewers with 6.2 million. Fox was third in total viewers with 4 million. CBS was third in the demo with a 0.9 but second in total viewers with 4.4 million. ABC was fourth overall with a 0.6 and 2.9 million. The CW averaged a 0.2 and 791,000 viewers.

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  1. Moose says:

    These ratings are awful. A 1.2 is a “hit” now. Laughable. The networks are dead.

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