The show held on to much of its New Girl lead-in.
And Revolution is holding up remarkably well.
Up a little overall, but a record low with the folks under 50.
But the prognosis is not so good for The Mob Doctor.
Going against The Voice, Simon's show actually drew its smallest audience ever.
The news isn't so good for The New Normal.
Just not as many as last winter.
Ratings fell by more than 50 percent. Ouch.
Aside from the Olympics and Hatfields & McCoys, things were very grim across the cable box.
Somehow, fans knew they should tune in.
But the show doesn't seem to be expanding beyond its base.
Because the final ratings are in, and they're spectacular.
Because it was on right after the Olympics.
Another sign of TV's reality recession.
Eight percent more than for Beijing.
Here are seven of the most interesting things we discovered after digging into the summer TV numbers.
USA Network's much-hyped Sigourney Weaver drama got topped by both Breaking Bad and Longmire.
Week two numbers for the show weren't that great.
Apparently zombies are even more powerful than you thought, and Shonda Rhimes owns the hearts of American women.
Viewers delivered their own answer to the question "Who killed Rosie Larsen?": Who cares?
Also: Bunheads and The Glee Project are kinda tanking.
And seven other interesting and surprising revelations about the HBO show's ratings.
Nothing on cable — or, most likely, broadcast TV — will draw a bigger crowd this week.
Hatfields & McCoys drew 13.9 million viewers, making it the most-watched telecast in basic cable history outside of sports.