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The Cape 1.09 Razer - Ratings



The Ratings for the final episode of The Cape.
- 4.097 million viewers
- 2.5/4 HH
- 1.2/3 A18-49
The numbers will be discussed in the Ratings and Audience Thread on the Discussion Forum.
Source : tvbythenumber


01 Mar 2011
Total comments: 6
  Message #1 | chrisdvanne_ | 01 Mar 2011, 23:29 GMT [Entry]



The Cape (in its final episode on air) was adjusted up a tenth to a 1.2 adults 18-49 rating.

- 4.097 million viewers
- 2.5/4 HH
- 1.2/3 A18-49

Source : tvbythenumber


  Message #2 | chrisdvanne_ | 01 Mar 2011, 17:33 GMT [Entry]



Marc Berman, the guy from ratings sources Pifeedback, did not believe in the chances of The Cape to succeed from the start; still he has surprisingly kind words for The Cape, saying "The Cape Exits with a Whimper " or "The Cape might of worked had it aired on corporate cable cousin Syfy". Whereas i keep repeating (not this time though) that Chuck should be cancelled.

  Message #3 | chrisdvanne_ | 01 Mar 2011, 17:14 GMT [Entry]



As i said for two weeks, the show has bottomed, which is not that bad; you have to remember that Dollhouse pulled even worse number in it second season and nay-sayers were predicting under 1.0 ratings for the last episodes, which is not true. The ratings are bad, very bad but the show did not plunge deeper.

  Message #4 | chrisdvanne_ | 01 Mar 2011, 17:26 GMT [Entry]



Unlike last week, Two and a Half Men, which airs on CBS on the same timeslot as The Cap, was a repeat (google "Charlie Sheen drugs, alcohol, women abuse" to know why) but their audience doesn't intersect so that it doesn't impact The Cape's ratings.

Notice that Hawaii Five-0 was a repeat, which might partly explain the little bump for Harry's Law. And for those claiming that The Cape is an horrible lead-in for Harry's Law, we're not in the sixties anymore, US viewers know how to use a remote control.


  Message #5 | chrisdvanne_ | 01 Mar 2011, 17:07 GMT [Entry]



The Cape ranked in 4th position in its timeslot among the four main broadcast network (ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC), as usual.

The Household share lost two tenth of point compared to last week, from 2.6 to 2.4 (it was already 2.4 two weeks ago).


  Message #6 | chrisdvanne_ | 01 Mar 2011, 17:13 GMT [Entry]



From these preliminary numbers we can assume that The Cape ratings are stable at 1.2 in the targeted 18-49 adult demographics. The numbers of viewers should be just under 4 millions.
As usual this is just me guessing, we should have the final numbers in an hour.

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