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On Wednesday, the —18 network television season officially and blessedly came to a close. It was another year of declines for the networks: Nearly every show in broadcast primetime was down compared to last season — in double-digits. The few exceptions — among them, CBS's Amazing Race , which has bounced around the schedule in recent years, but did nicely on Wednesdays during the winter, and the CW's Riverdale , which grew its audience through Netflix last summer and premiered to much bigger numbers — feel like flukes.
Most shows that are considered hits on cable would be laughed off of broadcast television. Maisel , compare at all. It's an industry in flux, that's for sure. Ad-supported network television is still a business worth billions of dollars, but the networks do increasingly appear to be a "front porch" at a yard sale for their shows to be sold to streaming services and foreign markets. Vertical integration, the term for when a network airs and produces a show, certainly decreases competition among the studios, but it's not necessarily a bad thing.
After all, if you love those shows, you are thrilled! But as far as Nielsen ratings go for the recently concluded season, with a few exceptions, look out below! So let's get into the winners and losers — though the fact is, in this ever-fractured media landscape, there are countless losers. Literally: like, we can't count them. I started this club only the coolest people can apply!
It wasn't that many years ago that a 2. And I'll use live-plus-same-day data here unless otherwise specified, because it ends up being the closest to Nielsen's C3 currency, which measures how many viewers watch a show's commercials within three days.
C3 isn't publicly released, but that's what the networks use for ad transactions. Last year , there were seven nonsports shows on the networks that got a 2. This year, there are only five: Roseanne 3. Modern Family finished its ninth season averaging a 1. Grey's ended Season 14 with a still-robust 1. Empire , in only its fourth season, had less of an excuse for its erosion; it drew a 1. Those shows fading is one problem for network television.
But hit shows used to lift entire nights of programming, and that's less and less the case. ABC's Roseanne , which I'll get to later, was a notable exception. It was renewed anyway. ABC's Wednesday night comedy block faced similar problems: Modern Family used to cast a halo over the whole night, but shows like Speechless experienced double-digit declines.
And The Voice , though still in the above-a Oh, and as far as why The Bachelor sank, it had a season made of garbage courtesy of its star, Arie Luyendyk Jr. Never has a show deserved audience rejection more. Before the haters come with their pitchforks, lemme say this: These are not qualitative judgments! They're just numbers! Timeless the fate of which for Season 3 we still don't know — possibly because NBC executives are scared of its fans like I am.
Now, all of those shows except for Timeless , as of now are gone. Lessons learned, right? I assume there are business reasons why CBS keeps renewing Madam Secretary , because man, its ratings are low.
And if you're wondering why the CW's Dynasty — the third least-watched show on network television in — isn't on this list, there is one reason for that, and that is: Netflix deal. But now Moonves is in a legal battle with the Redstone family, the company's controlling shareholders, and he may not win.
Her father, Sumner, split them in two in Moonves has resisted the merger, and now CBS is suing the Redstones. No one knows what's going to happen, but it might end with Moonves leaving the company. Even in that scenario, though, no one doubts that CBS will remain a network.
In Fox's case, the future is less clear. Sometime in the next year — unless there's a regulatory hitch or something shocking happens like Comcast swooping in to disrupt the sale — Disney will buy 21st Century Fox, which owns the Fox Broadcasting Company.
After that purchase goes through, Disney will own Fox's movie studio as well as its TV studio. It will also own the cable channels FX and National Geographic.
The combined entity will be called New Fox. Within New Fox, Fox will be the only network that isn't affiliated with a studio. Since vertical integration, as noted earlier, is the way to make money in ad-based television these days, it's a very real question what Fox will be going forward.
But we can see the signs now. And finally there will be good matchups this year. For the fall , Fox actually has more scripted television on its schedule than it did during the height of American Idol , when that show dominated its airwaves as it dominated all of television. This year, Fox even had a new scripted hit, with Ryan Murphy's procedural But during Fox's upfront presentation to advertisers on May 14, the network emphasized sports more than anything else, with postseason baseball, which Fox has broadcast for years, getting a ton of attention.
Football took center stage as well. The network was clearly stuck in a strange position, touting FX and Nat Geo to advertisers, even though those channels won't be owned by Fox in the near future.
There were also images from canceled shows Pitch and 24 — not even from this season! In other words, it's awkward! May it come to an end soon, whatever way things shake out. NBC won the season easily, averaging a 2. Of course, NBC benefited from having the Super Bowl and the Winter Olympics, and even with those two massive events, CBS was able to pull ahead among total viewers in the season's final weeks because of the overall strength of its schedule.
Which is why Moonves got a brief standing ovation at CBS's upfront from the advertisers who don't want to see him ousted. CBS, though, sells ads based on the to demographic. But NBC's win was dominant nonetheless: There's a reason the network pays billions to air the Olympics and football. There's also consistency across the schedule, especially with Dick Wolf's Chicago shows taking up all Wednesday next season.
Next season will be interesting for NBC without those ratings-killing events. I Feel Bad is the network's only new comedy in the fall, but NBC will try to capitalize on its drama success by launching the Lost- like Manifest produced by Warner Bros. Elsewhere —ish New Amsterdam which it does own. It's now almost typical.
And then there's Berlanti, who is ridiculous. Going forward, her shows will be for Netflix. By the end of Roseanne's nine-episode run, its ratings were a little less than half of what they were when the revival kicked off at the end of March.
It went from a 5. But the drop-off is pretty meaningless, considering that those numbers are still huge when halved. The show not only was ranked No. It's been a noisy reentry, with the show launching thousands of hot takes and thoughtful criticism, too. The show's star and creator, Roseanne Barr, was considered during the show's first go-around to be a controversial figure because of her leftist politics, out-and-proud plastic surgery, and chaotic personal life.
She's now a lightning rod because of her support for Donald Trump, her appeal to the MAGA crowd, and her love on Twitter of fringe conspiracy theories. The show itself, in case you have been living in a cave and haven't heard, dealt with electoral politics exactly once — in its season premiere, when Roseanne and her sister, Jackie Laurie Metcalf , hadn't spoken since the election and had to make up. But Roseanne continued to be intensely political — as it always was — throughout the season, with the issues of the day anti-Muslim prejudice, genderqueer kids, health care snags, opioid addiction, the fears of the white working class illustrated through the Conner family's experiences.
Roseanne — and Roseanne — has always been messy; it's not new. Since ABC ordered 13 episodes at least for next season, you may want to get a flak jacket now. Because new takes will be hurtling our way in the fall! Perhaps left and right can agree on this: American pop culture is more interesting when Roseanne is on television.