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4 mars 2009 3 04 /03 /mars /2009 14:03

Petite semaine que celle du 23 février au 01 mars 2009 avec seulement 28 épisodes inédits de série télévisé diffusés sur les networks US. Résultat, 10 petits millions de téléspectateurs suffisaient pour pénétrer dans le TOP 10, et un taux de seulement 3.2% pour entrer dans le TOP 10 sur les 18-49 ans.

La performance à signaler cette semaine est la présence de "Mon Oncle Charlie" dans le TOP 10 tous programmes confondus avec une rediffusion !

Moyenne hebdomadaire en prime time :

1. FOX / 11.16 millions [4.1]
2. CBS / 11.04 millions [2.5]
3. ABC / 7.36 millions [2.5]
4. NBC / 6.19 millions [2.2]
5. CW / 1.37 million [0.5]

TOP 10 du 23 février au 01 mars 2009 :

1. American Idol (mercredi) - FOX : 24.54 millions
2. American Idol (jeudi) - FOX : 20.89 millions
3. NCIS - CBS : 18.27 millions
4. CSI Les Experts - CBS : 17.72 millions
5. Jesse Stone, Thin Ice - CBS : 15.24 millions
6. House - FOX : 14.86 millions
7. 60 Minutes - CBS : 14.23 millions
8. Esprits Criminels - CBS : 13.93 millions
9. CSI New York - CBS : 12.56 millions
10. Mon Oncle Charlie (R) - CBS : 12.07 millions

Classement série du 23 février au 01 mars 2009 :

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Série

Network

Audience

18-49 ans

1

NCIS

CBS

18,27

3,9

2

CSI Les Experts

CBS

17,72

4,3

3

House

FOX

14,86

5,5

4

Esprits Criminels

CBS

13,93

3,5

5

CSI New York

CBS

12,56

3,1

6

Brothers & Sisters

ABC

11,98

4,1

7

Eleventh Hour

CBS

11,70

2,8

8

24

FOX

11,68

3,8

9

Ghost Whisperer

CBS

11,54

2,7

10

Lost

ABC

10,05

4,4

11

Numb3rs

CBS

9,62

2,1

12

Flashpoint

CBS

8,99

1,9

13

Urgences

NBC

8,72

3,4

14

Medium

NBC

8,43

2,6

15

Heroes

NBC

7,07

3,4

16

Ugly Betty

ABC

6,74

1,9

17

Chuck

NBC

6,59

2,3

18

The Simpsons

FOX

6,53

3,2

19

30 Rock

NBC

6,36

2,9

20

King of The Hill

FOX

5,74

2,8

21

American Dad

FOX

5,66

2,7

22

Life

NBC

4,89

1,6

23

Life On Mars

ABC

4,88

1,7

24

Dollhouse

FOX

4,18

1,6

25

Friday Night Lights

NBC

4,16

1,5

26

Kath & Kim

NBC

3,39

1,5

27

Terminator

FOX

3,38

1,2

28

Privileged

CW

1,53

0,7

 

TOP 10 sur les 18-49 ans

Network

Audience

18-49 ans

1

House

FOX

14,86

5,5

2

Lost

ABC

10,05

4,4

3

CSI Les Experts

CBS

17,72

4,3

4

Brothers & Sisters

ABC

11,98

4,1

5

NCIS

CBS

18,27

3,9

6

24

FOX

11,68

3,8

7

Esprits Criminels

CBS

13,93

3,5

8

Heroes

NBC

7,07

3,4

9

Urgences

NBC

8,72

3,4

10

The Simpsons

FOX

6,53

3,2

Note : Taux de 1,0 sur les 18-49 ans = 1,32 million de téléspectateurs

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Miphum 05/03/2009 17:47

Ozap annonce aussi qu'Heroes devrait être renouvelée pour une saison 4.

Robin 05/03/2009 16:11

Et ca a été repris par Hollywood reporter et toute la clique.

Robin 05/03/2009 16:09

NBC: 'Heroes' will return next fall
NBC plans to bring back “Heroes” for another season, said entertainment president Angela Bromstad. 
The action-drama’s ratings decline has caused some media reports to speculate as to whether the show will return next fall. As part of Hollywood Reporter’s annual Q&As with the five broadcast network chiefs, Bromstad was asked if “Heroes” could be considered “on the bubble” for a renewal.“No,” she said, and added that the network plans to order 18-20 episodes of the show for next season. That's fewer hours than "Heroes" first or current third season, however, with season two having been cut short due to the writers strike. For all its headline-making audience erosion, “Heroes” is still tied with NBC's “The Office” as the network’s top-rated series among adults 18-49 this season.  Also being factored: NBC's pilot project “Day One,” about a group of survivors in the wake of a catastrophic global event. If the serialized “Day One” goes to series, having an established sci-fi drama like “Heroes” could help the new show in a few ways, including possibly airing as part of the same Monday night block. "Day One' is a big event and we're looking at that to come into the 'Heroes' spot," Bromstad said. "It's right now being looked at as a 13-episode run -- something people could commit to and we could make a big splash with." If “Day One” does launch in the “Heroes” time period, “One” would get the advantage of its strong sci-fi-established slot for a number of weeks. With a slightly shorter episode order, “Heroes” can then continue its usual pattern of airing with few breaks by virtue of debuting later in the season. A second potential home for “Day One" is on Sundays, she said, where quasi-futuristic “Kings” will premiere March 15.Another point in “Heroes” favor is the show performs well internationally. Bromstad said she experienced the drama's global popularity first-hand in her previous NBC post, heading the network’s international efforts based in London. "Every single place you go has heard about 'Heroes' -- whether you’re in China or Japan or Russia," she said. "And to me, that is global content." The network has privately discussed setting a series end date for "Heroes," which would followed the creative model used with critical success by ABC's “Lost,” Sci Fi's ”Battlestar Galactica” and FX's “The Shield.” But even if NBC ever made such a move, Bromstad said, they wouldn't want to make next season the conclusion. "Heroes" fans aren't entirely in the clear yet: a renewal isn’t a deal until it’s a deal. If the show took a sudden dire ratings turn, the network still has time to reevaluate this strategy. But barring something dramatic happening, NBC is not deterred by the current ratings and will bring back "Heroes" for a fourth round.  For the full Q&A with Bromstad, and with the entertainment chiefs for ABC, CBS, Fox and the CW, see Friday's The Hollywood Reporter.
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Lulla 05/03/2009 15:46

Source !!! Mirci.

Robin 05/03/2009 15:35

D'après ce que je viens de lire, Heroes serait renouvellé, et ferait un nouveau duo avec une série de genre fantastique à la rentrée (c'est une interview d'un dirigeant de NBC)C'est de mauvais augure pour Chuck plutot !

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