Grey’s, Nashville, TVD, The Originals See Big Rating Gains, Bones Sees Big Dip on New Night

0000066105_20100415153721 (1)Grey’s Anatomy, Nashville, The Vampire Diaries and The Originals have seen huge success in Live + 7 numbers, while Bones drew less viewers than normal on it’s new Friday night.

According to Broadway World, for the third week in a row ABC was the biggest percentage gainer among major networks. ABC saw 32% more for it’s Live + same day numbers among 18-49  year olds to a 2.5 and tied with FOX for the final Live + 7 day numbers.

Part of ABC’s success came from Grey’s Anatomy that was the biggest broadcast gainer for 18-49 year olds, Broadway World reported. The show gained 2.0 rating points and TV by the Numbers reported 8.56 million viewers for the night.

nashvilleNashville also gained 1.4 rating points, according to Broadway World. The country music show gained 3.3 million viewers and even Revenge gained 2.5 million viewers. Nashville was one of three 10pm biggest gainers.

ABC is not the only network seeing success, The Vampires Diaries and The Originals is having success for the CW.

According to TV by the Numbers, both shows more than doubled their L + SD ratings for W18-24. The Vampire Diaries had an increase of 126% and The Originals 106%. TVD also had more than double the L+SD A18-34 ratings at +105% and the A18-49 ratings at +99%. The show even increased by 74% for total viewers to 3.6 million.

tvdOn Halloween TVD had more than 2.3 million views online, which surpassed the total number of viewers that watched the episode on the same night, TV by the Numbers reported.

For L+7 ratings for A18-34, The Originals saw a +83% increase with 3.1 million total viewers, according to TV by the Numbers. The show also had 1.73 million streams.

Bones is not seeing as good as a success for FOX after being moved to Fridays with 2 million fewer viewers than the episode from just four days earlier, Hit Fix reported. FOX planned on strengthening their Friday night by airing two established shows: Bones and Raising Hope, but in the first week it was a failure.

Will Grey’s Anatomy, Nashville, The Vampire Diaries and The Originals continue to stay strong as the holiday season approaches? How will Bones fare in the Friday night spot? It’s been called the Friday night death slot. Will the Bones’s fans be able to keep the show alive on the new night?

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