DWTS TV Ratings For for Oct. 21-27th, Hits #1 Monday Night Oct. 28th

This is cool! Last week, Dancing With The Stars was the 2nd Most Watched TV show Monday night next to The Voice. Well, this week, Dancing With The Stars beat The Voice on Monday night for the #1 spot!! Yay! Below are some more figures from ABCMedia Net.

“Dancing with the Stars” (8:00-10:00 p.m. – 12.972 million and 2.0/5 in AD18-49)

ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” finished as Monday’s most-watched entertainment show, moving ahead of “The Voice” (12.972 million vs. 12.968 million). Also in its time period, “Dancing” outdrew CBS’ 2-hour comedy block by 5.6 million viewers (7.4 million). Nicole “Snookie” Polizzi was eliminated this week.

•“Dancing” was up 1-tenth from its week-ago Fast Affiliate Adult 18-49 rating and even with its National number. On average, “Dancing” is up year to year in both Total Viewers (+4%) and Adults 18-49 (+4%).

In overall TV ratings from Oct. 21 – 27th, Dancing With The Stars placed at 11th falling two places from 9th last week. Here is more from the Star Tribune.

1. “NCIS,” CBS, 18.99 million.

2. “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS, 16.99 million.

3. NFL Football: Green Bay at Minnesota, NBC, 16.89 million.

4. World Series Game 4: Boston at St. Louis, Fox, 15.98 million.

5. “World Series Game 4 Pregame,” Fox, 15.38 million.

6. “The OT,” Fox, 15.24 million.

7. “NCIS: Los Angeles,” CBS, 14.92 million.

8. World Series Game 1: St. Louis vs. Boston, Fox, 14.4 million.

9. “The Voice” (Monday), NBC, 13.69 million.

10. World Series Game 2: St. Louis vs. Boston, Fox, 13.43 million.

11. “Dancing With the Stars,” ABC, 13.35 million.

12. NFL Football: Minnesota vs. N.Y. Giants, ESPN, 13.24 million.

13. “Person of Interest,” CBS, 13.17 million.

14. “The Voice” (Tuesday), NBC, 13.14 million.

15. “The Walking Dead,” AMC, 12.92 million.

I have to say….with the World Series taking place currently, I’m not really surprised. I wouldn’t be panicked about it, but, let’s see what Heidi thinks….

Heidi: Nah, the news appears to be all good for DWTS. It’s up year to year in both the total viewers and the demo. The top 10 is just a rank of that week of all TV – DWTS is normally top 10, but all the sports always kicks everyone down a few notches – Even the Voice’s tuesday show fell out. Subtract out four World Series games and DWTS is back up to Number 7.  It still sucks in the demo, but it’s going up instead of down. Always good to go up. 🙂