“Modern Family” ABC – Great Ratings

February 4, 2010 by · 3 Comments
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Quick Take for Wednesday, February 3, 2010 (Fast Affiliate Live + Same Day Ratings)

Posting its Best-Ever Repeat Numbers, ABC’s Replay “Modern Family” Ties Fox’s Original “Human Target” and Dominates NBC’s “Mercy” at 8pm

Achieving a Series High in Adults 18-49, at 8:30pm “The Middle” Beats Fox’s “Human Target” Slot Premiere by 8% and NBC’s “Mercy” by 69%

Wednesday’s No. 1 Scripted TV Show in Adults 18-49 for its 2nd Straight Telecast, “Modern Family” Builds Sharply on its Previous Airing Against “Idol”

Facing “Idol” for the First Time, “Cougar Town” is the No. 2 Scripted Show at 9:30pm and Grows from its Season Averages Despite the Increased Competition

“Modern Family R” (8:00-8:30 p.m.)

ABC’s repeat airing of “Modern Family” placed as the No. 1 series telecast at 8:00 p.m. in Adults 18-49 (2.4/7), tying Fox’s original time-period premiere of “Human Target” (2.4/7) and beating NBC’s original “Mercy” by 50% (1.6/5).

In Total Viewers (6.8 million) and Adults 18-49 (2.4/7), “Modern Family” posted its best-ever repeat numbers.

“Modern Family” (9:00-9:30 p.m.)

Surging from its lead-in by 44% at 9:00 p.m. against “American Idol,” ABC’s “Modern Family” (3.9/10) ranked as the No. 1 scripted show in its half-hour among Adults 18-49 and as Wednesday’s No. 1 scripted TV program for the 2nd telecast in a row, ahead of CBS’ “Criminal Minds” (3.8/10).

“Modern Family” was up nicely from its previous airing against “American Idol” (on 1/13/10), growing by 1.3 million viewers (9.1 million vs. 7.8 million) and by 18% in Adults 18-49 (3.9/10 vs. 3.3/8). In addition, although airing against “Idol,” the ABC comedy marked a series high with Women 18-34 (4.4/12) for the 2nd consecutive telecast.

Source: The Futon Critic

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‘Modern Family’ is the hot winner for Wednesday ABC

January 21, 2010 by · 1 Comment
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ABC’s 8-9pm Repeat Comedies Build Adult 18-49 Audience Against “Idol,” As a Repeat “The Middle” Beats NBC’s Original “Mercy” at 8:30pm by 21%

“Modern Family” Matches a Best-Since-Debut Adult 18-49 Number And Achieves Series Highs with Adults 18-34 and Women 18-34

Posting its Highest Young Adult Numbers in 4 Months, “Cougar Town” Beats Fox’s “Idol”-Fueled Wednesday Premiere of “Human Target” by 17%

At 10 pm, ABC’s “Ugly Betty” Grows is Overall Audience Week to Week

ABC Repeat Comedies (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
Opposite “American Idol” from 8:00-9:00 p.m., repeats of “Modern Family” and “The Middle” gained Adult 18-49 audience (+6%) for ABC in the hour. In fact ABC was the only broadcaster to grow in the time period.

At 8:30 p.m., a replay ABC’s “The Middle” defeated NBC’s original Mercy by 21% in Adults 18-49 (1.7/4 vs. 1.4/4). Despite facing “Idol,” “The Middle” posted its second-highest repeat number to date.

“Modern Family” (9:00-9:30 p.m.)
Shooting up from its lead-in by an astounding +141% in Adults 18-49, ABC’s “Modern Family” (4.1/11) finished in a near-tie for first place in its slot with CBS veteran Criminal Minds (4.2/11), beating the first half of Fox’s “Idol”-fueled Wednesday premiere of “Human Target” by 8% (3.8/10). “Modern Family” won its half-hour among Adults 18-34, Women 18-34 and key Men (M18-34/M18-49), standing as Wednesday’s No. 1 scripted TV show on all 4 Nielsen measures.

“Modern Family” matched a best-since-debut Adult 18-49 number – best since 9/23/09. The comedy achieved series-high numbers among Adults 18-34 (3.7/11) and Women 18-34 (4.3/12).

Source: RBR

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Fox Drops the ‘American Idol’ Bomb on ‘Modern Family’

December 18, 2009 by · 4 Comments
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Fox has decided to aim a missile directly at heart of ABC’s young comedy hit “Modern Family.”

The network Friday confirmed that it will move new drama “Human Target” from its originally announced 9 p.m. Wednesday time slot to 8 p.m. Wednesdays. Its replacement: The “American Idol” results show, which had been set to air at 8 p.m. Wednesdays.

The shift could make it tougher for “Modern Family” — which is produced by Fox sibling 20th Century Fox TV– to gain momentum in the winter. The same is true for ABC’s “Cougar Town”.

Idol vs. Modern Family – who will win?
Good thing we have a DVR.

Source: The Wrap.

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Modern Family break through at SAG Awards

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Freshman series made a good showing this morning when the Screen Actors Guild nominations were announced.

The ensembles of Fox’s “Glee,” ABC’s “Modern Family” and CBS’ “Good Wife” received nominations. The guild also saluted Tony Shalhoub, who recently ended his run as the star of USA’s “Monk.” (The cast of “Glee” is pictured.)

The awards will be presented Jan. 23 in a simulcast on TNT and TBS.

Here are the nominees for Comedy ensemble: “30 Rock,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Glee,” “Modern Family” and “The Office.”

Source: Orlando Sentinel

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Writers Guild Sings Praises of Glee, Modern Family and All the Other Usual Suspects

December 14, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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Smack in the middle of the self-congratulatory lovefest that is awards season, Hollywood’s word-processing set has released its own would-be honorees, announcing the TV nominees for the 2010 Writers Guild of America Awards.
While the usual suspect contenders—Lost, House, 30 Rock, Mad Men, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Dexter and The Office—all once again scored nominations, the networks that risked taking their programming in some New Directions (yeah, we said it) did not go unrewarded.
ABC’s Modern Family and Fox’s Glee both scored multiple nods in their freshman year, not only as Best New Series but with a pair of nominations for top Comedy Series—which, lest we forget, is no vanity, thanks-for-playing nod.

The winners will be announced Feb. 20.

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A Perfect Addition to Modern Family

December 11, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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“Modern Family” got a “Cheers” from TV Guide for an early Christmas present: the spot-on guest casting of Fred Willard as Phil’s father. Though he was only (mostly half-)seen on a computer screen as he admired via video-conferencing the corny Christmas sweaters he’d sent as gifts, Willard fit right in with Family’s heartwarmingly oddball tone. He’s played endearing dorks in everything from the groundbreaking talk-show spoof Fernwood 2-Night to the pet satire Best in Show. It doens’t take a DNA test to figure out he’s the comic forefather of his super-dufus TV son, Ty Burrell (who also costarred with Willard in the short-lived Fox sitcom Back to You). We just hope Phil’s dad comes for a visit—maybe in time for Feburary sweeps?

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Modern Family Ratings

December 3, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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With most of its competition in repeats, Fox’s “Glee” hit a season high last night, dominating what’s become one of the most competitive slots on broadcast.

“Glee” averaged a 3.6 adults 18-49 rating, according to Nielsen overnights, its best rating this season and up 13 percent over its season average of 3.2.

The reason for the bump wasn’t hard to gauge. It was the least competitive Wednesday night in months, with ABC’s “Modern Family” and “Cougar Town” and NBC’s “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” in reruns and CBS preempting usual timeslot winner “Criminal Minds” for a Grammy nominations special.

CBS was first at 8 p.m. with a 3.8 for “Rudolph,” followed by Fox with a 2.3 for “So You Think You Can Dance.” ABC was third with a 1.9 for a “Modern Family” rerun and a new “The Middle” (2.0), NBC fourth with a 1.8 for “Christmas in Rockefeller Center,” Univision fifth with a 1.4 for “El Nombre del Amor” and CW sixth with a 0.4 for a repeat of “Gossip Girl.”

Fox took the lead at 9 p.m. with a 3.6 for “Glee,” while CBS slid to second with a 2.3 for “Grammy Nominations Concert Live!” ABC and NBC tied for third at 2.0, ABC for repeats of “Modern” and “Cougar” and NBC for an “SVU” rerun, with Univision fifth with a 1.7 for “Sortilegio” and CW sixth with a 0.5 for a repeat of “The Vampire Diaries.”

Source: Media life magazine

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Modern Family Ratings

November 27, 2009 by · 2 Comments
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Fast National ratings for Wednesday, November 25, 2009.

Airing new episodes on the night before Thanksgiving led to series-low ratings for programs like “Modern Family,” “Cougar Town,” “Eastwick” and “Glee.” The pending holiday had no negative impact on CBS’ “Criminal Minds, though,” which celebrated its 100th episode and helped give CBS easy Wednesday wins in most key measures.

Among adults 18-49, CBS averaged a 2.6 rating, beating NBC’s 2.4 rating and the 2.0 rating for FOX in the key demographic. ABC’s 1.7 rating was fourth, with The CW trailing with a 0.4 rating.

Overall, CBS averaged an estimated 11.03 million viewers to go with a 6.7 rating/12 share. NBC was a distant second with a 4.1/7, followed by FOX’s 3.3/6 and the 3.2/6 for ABC. The CW’s 0.8/1 was fifth.

NBC began the night in first with a 4.6/8 for a “The Biggest Loser: Where Are They Now” special, which also won the hour in the key demo with a 2.6 rating. CBS’ “The New Adventures of Old Christine” and “Gary Unmarried” had a 4.1/7 for second, with ABC’s “Modern Family” repeat and a new “The Middle” doing a 3.5/6 for third. FOX’s “So You Think You Can Dance” results episode was fourth with a 3.0/5. The CW aired the movie “Gracie” and finished fifth.

CBS moved into first at 9 p.m. with an 8.2/14 for “Criminal Minds,” which also won the hour with a 3.1 rating in the key demo. NBC’s “Biggest Loser” special was steady in second. ABC finished third with “Modern Family” and “Cougar Town” plummeting to a 3.7/6 overall and a 2.2 rating in the demo. Also proving the danger of airing new episodes on a holiday eve was “Glee,” which had a 3.5/6 overall and dropped to a 2.5 rating in the demo. The CW’s movie had a 0.8/1.

[Source: Hit Fix]

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TV Ratings: Modern Family, Cougar Town rebound

November 19, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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CBS won the night both with adults 18-49 and overall viewers on the backs of Criminal Minds and CSI: NY.
FOX edged out ABC for second with adults 18-49 and FOX won the night outright with adults 18-34 by a wide margin with its lineup of So You Think You Can Dance and Glee. Glee was the night’s highest-rated program of the night with adults 18-34 and teens.
Modern Family and Cougar Town were both up from the ratings-notched November 4th when Cougar Town hit a series low with adults 18-49 (CMA Awards aired last week) and were the night’s most-watched comedies.

CBS Criminal Minds 3.7/9 13.47
ABC Modern Family 3.7/10 9.16
FOX Glee 3.2/8 7.29
NBC Law & Order: SVU 2.6/7 8.43
CW America’s Next Top Model (Clip Show) 0.8/2 1.81

[Source: tvbythenumbers]

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Modern Family rating

September 27, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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The ratings for the first episode of Modern Family are in and Modern Family is off to a great start:

CBS: “Criminal Minds” season premiere (15.4 million, 9.4/15)
ABC: “Modern Family” series premiere (12.7 million, 8.0/13)/”Cougar Town” series premiere (11.4 million, 7.2/11)
NBC: “Law & Order: SVU” season premiere (8.4 million, 5.5/9)
FOX: “Glee” (6.6 million, 4.1/7)
The CW: “The Beautiful Life” (1.1 million, 0.8/1)

18-49 leader: “Modern Family” and “Cougar Town” tied at 4.3

[ratings are from Zap2it]

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