Dancing With The Stars Season 13 Finale TV Ratings Finish With A Bang!

The Nielsons’ TV Ratings are officially in for last week Nov. 21-27. The Dancing With The Stars finale shows finished with a bang at 2nd and 3rd for the week. Keep in mind our favorite show even got pre-empted in some places on the east coast for a football game like the week before. Below are the official finishing numbers up 2-3 million viewers from the previous week(s). Note too how the X Factor finally made the Top 20 again! Good news for Simon and X Factor fans! How are your favorite shows stacking up?

2 DANCING WITH THE STARS ABC Mon 8:00 PM 19,605,000
3 DANCING W/STARS RESULTS ABC Tue 9:00 PM 19,563,000

4 NCIS CBS Tue 8:00 PM 18,495,000
5 60 MINUTES CBS Sun 7:55 PM 16,984,000
6 TWO AND A HALF MEN CBS Mon 9:00 PM 15,817,000
7 SUNDAY NIGHT NFL PRE-KICK NBC Sun 8:22 PM 14,307,000
8 NCIS: LOS ANGELES CBS Tue 9:00 PM 14,095,000
9 MIKE & MOLLY CBS Mon 9:31 PM 13,054,000
10 MODERN FAMILY ABC Wed 9:00 PM 12,719,000
11 2 BROKE GIRLS CBS Mon 8:30 PM 11,326,000
12 CASTLE ABC Mon 10:00 PM 10,851,000
13 FOOTBALL NIGHT IN AMERICA PT 3 NBC Sun 7:57 PM 10,750,000
14 ONCE UPON A TIME ABC Sun 8:00 PM 10,687,000
15 HAWAII FIVE-0 CBS Mon 10:00 PM 10,592,000
16 UNFORGETTABLE CBS Tue 10:02 PM 10,421,000
17 THE BIG BANG THEORY CBS Thu 8:00 PM 10,375,000
18 THE AMAZING RACE 19 CBS Sun 8:55 PM 10,149,000
19 HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER CBS Mon 8:00 PM 10,010,000
20 X FACTOR – TUESDAY FOX Tue 8:00 PM 9,428,000

Source: Zap2It

Heidi, The Voice of Doom: Just kidding, not doom. 🙂 Just that it’s an increase of 10%ish but still below the previous fall season finale all the way around. Remember my ratings post from a while back?? It shows you that last fall’s season finale performance and results show numbers hovered just below 25 million. So, the show is doing better, but still below par. The good news is that seasons 11 and 12 may have been the aberations, not this season. Take a look at my season averages in that post I linked and you’ll see that this season MIGHT actually be a return to the previously established norm.  I’ll have to take all the ratings numbers this season and add them to these charts. When I get an answer for sure, I’ll let you know. 🙂