The Tonys rated its worst. A rerun of
Family Guy America’s Got Talent won broadcast. ABC’s non-scripts held steady.
HBO’s True Blood won the night, with a 2.9.
|rating||show||slot||network||last week||season low||series low|
|1.0||The Tony Awards 66th Annual||8-11pm||CBS|
|1.1||60 Minutes South Park||7pm||CBS||1.4|
|1.2||Dateline valedictorian murdered||7pm||NBC||1.0||0.7||0.7|
|1.5||Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition “Jacqui”||9-11pm||ABC||1.5|
“Chuck Runyon & Dave Mortensen”
|0.9||rerun – American Dad “The Unbrave One”||7pm||FOX||0.8||1.9||1.6 (2)|
|1.0||rerun – Cleveland “Til Deaf”||7:30||FOX||0.9||1.2 (3)||1.2 (3)|
|1.1||rerun – America’s Funniest Home Videos||7pm||ABC||1.2||0.9||?|
|1.2||rerun – Bob’s Burgers “The Belchies”||8:30||FOX||1.2||1.7 (2)||1.7 (2)|
|1.3||rerun – The Simpsons “Replaceable You”||8pm||FOX||1.3||1.9||1.9|
|1.3||rerun – American Dad “The Worst Stan”||9:30||FOX||1.5||1.8||1.6 (2)|
|1.3||rerun – America’s Got Talent (Monday)||9pm||NBC|
|1.5||rerun – Family Guy “Quagmire and Meg”||9pm||FOX||1.8||2.4||2.4|
|1.6||rerun – America’s Got Talent (Tuesday)||10pm||NBC|
Dylan Ratigan will leave his show on MSNBC on June 22. Bashir will get 4pm, and a new show put together by Ratigan’s staff will air at 3pm.
Gordon Ramsay’s fourth concurrent series on FOX, Hotel Hell will run on Mondays at 8-9pm, starting on August 13.
My Network TV has announced its schedule for next season. Law & Order: SVU and Monk stay on Mondays and Fridays, respectively. On Tuesdays, House replaces Cold Case. On Wednesdays, White Collar replaces Burn Notice. On Thursdays, Numb3rs replaces Without a Trace.
Joy Behar will host a show on Current TV, starting in September, Monday through Thursday at 6pm.
NBC will launch the NBC Sports Radio Network, in September, which will begin as a nightly block, at 7-11pm, and eventually add sporting events.
ABC wants credit for C+7 numbers, saying it’s tied with NBC for 3rd place with a 2.5 average in the 18-49 demo for the 2011-2012 TV season. “Factoring out all sports programming from the season averages, ABC’s [C+7} advantage over NBC jumped to 25% (2.5/7 vs. 2.0/6).”