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NBC's Olympics special earned only 2.59 million viewers and a 0.6 rating, according to ( TV by the Numbers.
Robert Seidman, co-founder of the TV by the Numbers website, said FX's move is partly a publicity stunt.
TV by the Numbers ( pointed out how valuable the WS is, and has been, to Fox.
The website TV By the Numbers reported that the show last week alone had more than 9.5 million viewers of its syndicated reruns.
Meanwhile, "Chicago Med" is off to a good start this year after it was revealed by ( TV By The Numbers that episode 5, "Mountains and Molehills" hit a season high for NBC after raking in a 1.5 adults 18-49 rating, which translates to roughly 6.91 million viewers.
The closely watched TV by the Numbers website lists it as a show in some doubt, but predicted it has more than a 70 percent chance of returning to ABC's schedule next year.
Meanwhile, although "Ghosted" is doing no better in the same-day ratings this fall than its predecessor "Son of Zorn" did over the first month of last season, ( TV By The Numbers reported that the new show has a better chance of getting renewed for Season 2.
The demand for any scrap of TV news has created a cottage industry of online players in the ratings game, from Twitter personalities such as @tvgrimreaper (formerly known as @cancelbear) who predict the fate of shows, to sites such as TV by the Numbers. One longtime PR exec notes that consumer interest in ratings seems driven as much by "super-haters" of shows as it is by super-fans.
According to the ( TV By The Numbers , the current season of "Rick and Morty" is doing great.
According to ( TV by the Numbers , the hit NBC reality TV competition garnered a total of 6.88 million viewers and a 1.6 or 1.7 demo rating.
According to ( TV by the Numbers , "World of Dance" tied with "America's Got Talent" for the biggest three-day increase in terms of demo rating.
These figures made the reality TV show the top non-sports program last week, according to ( TV by the Numbers.