Saturday, October 4, 2008

The Ex List premieres to lower ratings than Moonlight

Ratings news......... CBS' new show, The Ex List, premiered last night in Moonlight's former time slot. Guess what? The debut only managed to get 6.85 million viewers! Moonlight's pilot episode (No Such Thing as Vampires #1x01) premiered to 8.54 million watchers last year.

CBS network won the night.

Fast national ratings numbers for The Ex-List ~ Friday, October 3rd, 2008

6.85 million viewers ~ 18 to 49 demo 2.0/6 share


Anonymous said...

Does any of this information matter? All of us who loved Moonlight knew what a wonderful show it was and knew how many fans- all over the world- were totally hooked on it. The ratings for Moonlight were better, so we can gloat a little bit so what? The powers that be at the crap broadcasting system took our show away and no matter what does or doesn't happen to the Ex List, our show is gone.

Anonymous said...

I suppose "Anonymous" thinks we should reward CBS for ignoring us by "supporting" their new show. You're right, we should be devastated that Ex-List didn't do well in our beloved Moonlight's time slot.

After all, we only want the best for CBS since they always have our best interests at heart.

What an inane comment, " matter what does or doesn't happen to the Ex List, our show is gone." We're not stupid, we know our show is gone, but that doesn't mean we want CBS to be rewarded for their bad judgement.

The only way CBS might possibly change their habit of ignoring viewers is by realizing a ratings loss when they cancel a great show. Please use some common sense here. It's not about gloating, it's about CBS realizing they were wrong and possibly changing their way of doing things.

By the way, that whole "Anonymous" comment sounds like Nina Tassler talking. I think someone from CBS is trying to thwart our efforts.


Anonymous said...

Huh? What is the second 'anonymous' talking about? Her rambling rant is totally senseless............

Anonymous said...

Nice try Anonymous 3/Nina Tassler, but nobody is buying your "confusion".