Thursday, December 10, 2009

Television rating for Little People, Big World Roloff family December 7

The December 7th episode of Little People, Big World at 8pm, "Amy On Her Own" received a rating of 1.617 million viewers.

These are the rest of the ratings so far in Season 5 of Little People, Big World.

Dec 7th Little People, Big World (8pm) - 1.617 million viewers

Nov 30th Little People, Big World (8pm)- 1.564 million viewers
Nov 30th Little People, Big World (8:30pm)- 1.735 million viewers

Nov 16th Little People, Big World (8pm) = 1.554 million viewers
Nov 16th Little People, Big World (8:30pm) = 1.716

Nov 9th Little People Big World (8pm) = 1.573 million viewers
Nov 9th Little People, Big World (8:30pm) = 1.682 million viewers

Nov 2nd Little People, Big World (8pm)- 2.110 million viewers
Nov 2nd Little People, Big World (8:30pm)- 2.410 million viewers

Oct 26th Little People, Big World (8pm) = 1.667 million viewers
Oct 26th Little People, Big World (8:30pm ) = 1.976 million

Oct 19 Little People, Big World 8pm = 1.766 million
Oct 19 Little People, Big World 8:30pm = 1.820 million viewers

Oct 12 Little People, Big World 8pm = 1.864 million
Oct 12 Little People, Big World 8:30pm = 2.198 million

7 comments:

M said...

I'm surprised that Amys golfing episode did better then other episodes this season. It wasn't very intresting to watch.

David said...

M, I agree. Near as I can tell, the quality of the episodes have no bearing on the ratings. The 8:30 episodes were always watched by more people than the 8pm show. Were the Nov 2nd shows that much more captivating or was it because Jon and Kate brought in a lot of viewers that night?

Tashapork said...

I think ratings would be somewhat better if this show was in the next time slot. here, it comes on at 6 and if it wasn't for my trusty dvr, I would often miss it. The November 2nd episode was the BVI episode and if I remember correctly TLC had marketed and capitalized on the marital conflict. This time period was also in the thick of a Jon and Kate issue. I also think there are a core group of viewers that will watch the Roloffs pretty much no matter what happens and that is in that 1.6 million range.

Expressed said...

I agree, Tashapork. I think there is a loyal core audience of around 1.6 or 1.7 and that flucuates a bit depending on what is going on.

1.5's and 1.6's are not the best ratings ever for LPBW, but it should be well past good enough for TLC to sign the Roloffs up for Season 6. Hooray! :)

Expressed said...

M, I think they're lucky that not being interesting doesn't seem to mean worse ratings (although I think there is something to the highest rated episodes being the ones with Jeremy shirtless in the BVI's :)

Tonight should suck. "Little Americans" about the Iraq kids getting surgery in the US. I'm getting depressed already thinking about it.

When they come to the farm there better be a lot of Jeremy to make this worthwhile. lol.

Roloffsrule said...

Tonight's episode will be heartwarming. It will show what a truly wonderful Christian man Matt Roloff is.

Expressed said...

RR, I agree Matt is a wonderful man. It's a great thing he did with the Iraqi family.....but it's boring to watch ;) I watch for fun, to be entertained. Most of that comes from Jeremy.

The first 2 Iraq episode were interesting to travel with Matt and see what it was like. Then they did "the return to Iraq". Then they did a "Lost Episode" version of Iraq. Now tonight is the Iraq family in America.

It's boring and depressing. I watch LPBW for light entertainment and of course to watch Jeremy. There are other channels and programs if you want to watch what life is like for kids in need of medical help in other countries around the world. I just don't want to see it on LPBW every few months.