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Roseanne Crushes Competition Again
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Ubiquitous
2018-04-12 14:32:28 UTC
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On Tuesday, the second episode of “Roseanne” aired on ABC, garnering
a 3.4/15 rating share and drawing 13.47 million viewers, nearly
doubling the audience of the next-highest show facing it, NBC’s “The
Voice.”

The show immediately following "Roseanne," “The Middle,” rode on its
coattails, getting a 1.9/8 rating share and drawing 7.48 million
viewers, and the show following that, “Black-ish,” received a 1.4/5
rating share and drew 5.1 million viewers.

ABC won the night handily; nothing else on the networks came close
to the numbers for “Roseanne.” No other show reached a share higher
than 5 except for "The Middle."

The initial episode of “Roseanne” aired on March 28 garnered a 21
share and averaged 18 million viewers, higher than Tuesday’s, so
it’s uncertain if 15 is the new normal, which would still make for
terrific ratings.
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Barry Margolin
2018-04-12 16:22:40 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
On Tuesday, the second episode of “Roseanne” aired on ABC, garnering
a 3.4/15 rating share and drawing 13.47 million viewers, nearly
doubling the audience of the next-highest show facing it, NBC’s “The
Voice.”
Umm, it was either the 3rd or 4th, depending on whether you're counting
episodes or weeks (since they showed 2 episodes the first week).

Unless it took Ubi a week to post this article.
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Rhino
2018-04-12 16:59:25 UTC
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Post by Barry Margolin
On Tuesday, the second episode of “Roseanne” aired on ABC, garnering
a 3.4/15 rating share and drawing 13.47 million viewers, nearly
doubling the audience of the next-highest show facing it, NBC’s “The
Voice.”
Umm, it was either the 3rd or 4th, depending on whether you're counting
episodes or weeks (since they showed 2 episodes the first week).
Unless it took Ubi a week to post this article.
Regardless, it seems that Roseanne Reborn is a smash hit and it wasn't
just a whole lot of people tuning in to see the revival and then turning
away in disgust never to look at it again. I thought the network was
premature in renewing for a second season after just the first night but
it looks like the network correctly identified a hit.
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moviePig
2018-04-12 17:39:11 UTC
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Post by Barry Margolin
On Tuesday, the second episode of “Roseanne” aired on ABC, garnering
a 3.4/15 rating share and drawing 13.47 million viewers, nearly
doubling the audience of the next-highest show facing it, NBC’s “The
Voice.”
Umm, it was either the 3rd or 4th, depending on whether you're counting
episodes or weeks (since they showed 2 episodes the first week).
Unless it took Ubi a week to post this article.
Regardless, it seems that Roseanne Reborn is a smash hit and it wasn't
just a whole lot of people tuning in to see the revival and then turning
away in disgust never to look at it again. I thought the network was
premature in renewing for a second season after just the first night but
it looks like the network correctly identified a hit.
Yes, it's a hit (even if Roseanne does a glaringly poor job of reading
her lines from a teleprompter). What's less clear is how -- or even
whether -- to interpret the show's political tea-leaves.
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Ubiquitous
2018-04-12 20:05:41 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
On Tuesday, the second episode of “Roseanne” aired on ABC, garnering
a 3.4/15 rating share and drawing 13.47 million viewers, nearly
doubling the audience of the next-highest show facing it, NBC’s “The
Voice.”
Umm, it was either the 3rd or 4th, depending on whether you're counting
episodes or weeks (since they showed 2 episodes the first week).
Unless it took Ubi a week to post this article.
*shrug*
The article is dated April 11th.
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Obveeus
2018-04-12 20:54:26 UTC
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Post by Barry Margolin
On Tuesday, the second episode of “Roseanne” aired on ABC, garnering
a 3.4/15 rating share and drawing 13.47 million viewers, nearly
doubling the audience of the next-highest show facing it, NBC’s “The
Voice.”
Umm, it was either the 3rd or 4th, depending on whether you're counting
episodes or weeks (since they showed 2 episodes the first week).
It was the 4th episode given that the first week was clearly 2 separate
episodes rather than a 1 hour premiere. That being said, the show is
still a hit and the ratings are still dropping. Ratings were down
another 10% with the latest episode. ROSEANNE is still getting far
better ratings than anything else on the network, so it can drop a whole
lot further before ABC will have to start worrying.
Dimensional Traveler
2018-04-12 21:08:15 UTC
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Too close to April's Fool Day for that headline.
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trotsky
2018-04-12 16:34:00 UTC
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On Tuesday, the second episode of “Roseanne” aired on ABC,
That's weird because I've already seen three eps.
Jim Cash
2018-04-12 21:14:53 UTC
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Another glorious victory for Trump.


Cancel the elections and hold a great celebratory military parade! Nothing
can stop us now! There will be much carousing in the streets.

Call Putin! All is forgiven.
Jim Cash
2019-01-02 23:49:00 UTC
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Another glorious victory for Trump.


Cancel the elections and hold a great celebratory military parade! Nothing
can stop us now! There will be much carousing in the streets.

Call Putin! All is forgiven.
Jim Cash
2019-10-09 21:55:02 UTC
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Another glorious victory for Trump.


Cancel the elections and hold a great celebratory military parade! Nothing
can stop us now! There will be much carousing in the streets.

Call Putin! All is forgiven.

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