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Oct292009

Visualizing American 2009 TV Season Ratings



Rachel Cunliffe has created a great infographic for the new 2009 US TV shows showing how their viewer numbers are fairing compared to each other and their own premiere episodes.  I only see three shows that have a higher average viewers than their premiere.  Others are not doing well at all, and they probably won't be around for much longer...
Here's a summary of how the new season TV shows are faring in the US based on episodes screened to date.
For comparison purposes, this year's American Idol premiere ratings have been included.
TBL, aka The Beautiful Life, has already been canned by the CW.


Great work Rachel!  You can follow Rachel on Twitter at @cre8d

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Reader Comments (1)

Nice work. I'd like to see them also color-coded perhaps or somehow to denote drama vs. comedy and/or network.

October 29, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterkrees

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