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    You’ll be excused if you didn’t even realize that the 2019-2020 TV season ended on Wednesday night; since the world has been on lockdown and the pandemic has dramatically changed the look and feel of primetime over the past few weeks, everything seems a bit off kilter. But the season did end with a good old fashioned huge ratings event: The Season 3 finale of “The Masked Singer,” a show that almost felt of another time by its end.

    “The Masked Singer” kicked off its most recent season as Fox’s post-Super Bowl program on February 2; by the time it ended 18 weeks later, the world was a very different place. “The Masked Singer” remained a powerhouse, however: Even if the post-Super Bowl special isn’t included, the competition series is easily the year’s top-rated entertainment series among adults 18-49.

    Meanwhile, on the total viewer side, with “The Big Bang Theory” retired, another CBS staple recaptures the most-watched entertainment series crown: “NCIS,” now in its 17th season, is tops, with 15.3 million viewers.

    Of course, ultimately it’s NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” that once again dominated in all measures — both adults 18-49 (6.0 rating) and total viewers (20 million). Nothing else comes close. It’s why the NFL — and the networks — are so anxious to have sports back and running by fall.

    As we’ve written before, ratings just aren’t as critical as they used to be, given the multiple ways people now consume content — and the long tail of that consumption. But they remain the most common way to compare the linear performance of shows both on broadcast and cable.

    Here’s a final look at some of the hits and misses of 2019–2020, followed by our complete list of the 100 most-watched shows of the season, according to both adults 18-49 and total viewers, using the most recent live+7 ratings (which include seven days’ worth of DVR and video on-demand usage).

    WINNERS

    Fox: Not a bad first year for the now-independent Fox network. Yep, the Super Bowl helped tremendously, as did Thursday Night Football. But that was the point, right? Fox’s strategy, now that it has uncoupled from 20th Century Fox assets, has been to rethink what it is to be a broadcast network in an age where it’s tough to be a broadcast network. And thanks to sports, and “The Masked Singer” — which the network owns and produces — it’s been a solid season. This is Fox’s first 18-49 No. 1 finish in eight years, and it’s the only major English-language network to be up year-over-year in the demo and total viewers. (Univision is also up among the major Spanish nets.) According to the network, even its programming on Hulu is up 32% year-over-year. “The Masked Singer” was so hot that its spinoff, “The Masked Singer: After the Mask,” also ranked higher thank shows that probably cost ten times to produce.

    “90 Day Fiancé”: Before people were talking about “Tiger King,” it was TLC’s “90 Day Fiancé” franchise that had taken the crown as TV’s most popular guilty pleasure. Three — yes, three! — different editions of “90 Day Fiancé” made the top 100 list this year, including “90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days,” “90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way,” and the original series. And if TLC doesn’t already have enough to celebrate, another one of its guilty pleasures, “Dr. Pimple Popper,” manages to sneak on to the total viewers chart.

    Sports: The NFL, of course, dominates as usual, with Sunday Night Football, Thursday Night Football and Monday Night Football all leading the 18-49 ranker (and with the exception of “NCIS” sneaking in there, also the total viewer list). But look at what made a last minute jump to No. 5 on this year’s 18-49 list: ESPN’s Michael Jordan docuseries “The Last Dance.” That gave ESPN two series in the top five, easily making it cable’s dominant force on the chart. A consolation prize, perhaps, for ESPN right now, given how it’s struggling to figure out how to program a sports network in a country with no sports.

    Dick Wolf: Everything’s coming up Dick Wolf. His “FBI: Most Wanted” is the season’s most-watched new series, and in total viewers, he clocks four out of the eight most-watched scripted series in primetime. His three “Chicago” shows for NBC and two “FBI” shows for CBS remain durable franchises.

    LOSERS

    Comedy: It’s tough out there for laffers. CBS’ “Young Sheldon” is the most-watched comedy in primetime, ranked No. 9 with 11.4 million viewers — down from 14.6 million last year. There are only five comedies total in the 2+ top 50 ranker. Among adults 18-49, the performance is also weak: The top-rated comedy, Modern Family, is just outside the top 10 — and that show has just left the airwaves for good. We also listed “comedy” as a loser last year, and the prognosis has only worsened.

    “The Walking Dead”: Sorry, zombies. “The Walking Dead” continues to be the top-rated cable entertainment program. But remember when it used to be TV’s top-rated show, period? Now, sadly, the slide continues, and it’s just out of the top 10, with a 1.9 rating — compared to a 3.2 last year, 5.3 rating in 2017-2018, a 8.0 in 2016-2017, and yes, a 9.6 in 2015-2016.

    “Tommy”: With several renewals and cancelations still pending, CBS’ “Tommy,” starring Edie Falco, earns the distinction of being the most-watched show (7.7 million) to be canceled so far from this past season.

    THE 100 TOP-RATED SERIES OF 2019-2020 (ADULTS 18-49)

    Rank PROGRAM (NETWORK) RATING /SHARE 18-49 VIEWER (000)
    1. NFL Sunday Night Football (NBC) 6.0/26 7,819
    2. NFL Thursday Night Football (Fox/NFL) 4.5/22 5,799
    3. NFL Monday Night Football (ESPN) 4.1/21 5,370
    4. The Masked Singer (Fox) 3.2/16 4,138
    5. The Last Dance (ESPN) 2.9/15 3,811
    This Is Us (NBC) 2.9/13 3,713
    7. The Bachelor (ABC) 2.4/12 3,120
    8. Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) 2.3/12 3,028
    9-1-1 (Fox) 2.3/11 2,983
    10. Chicago PD (NBC) 2.0/11 2,605
    11. The Walking Dead (AMC) 1.9/8 2,499
    Survivor (CBS) 1.9/10 2,495
    Chicago Fire (NBC) 1.9/9 2,480
    Modern Family (ABC) 1.9/9 2,473
    Lego Masters (Fox) 1.9/9 2,416
    16. The Good Doctor (ABC) 1.8/9 2,386
    9-1-1: Lone Star (Fox) 1.8/9 2,325
    The Voice (NBC) 1.8/8 2,308
    19. Chicago Med (NBC) 1.7/8 2,240
    NCIS (CBS) 1.7/8 2,207
    American Idol-Monday (ABC) 1.7/8 2,183
    New Amsterdam (NBC) 1.7/9 2,147
    23. Young Sheldon (CBS) 1.6/9 2,100
    American Horror Story (FX) 1.6/8 2,090
    The Conners (ABC) 1.6/8 2,086
    The Voice-Tuesday (NBC) 1.6/8 2,082
    A Million Little Things (ABC) 1.6/8 2,020
    28. Station 19 (ABC) 1.5/8 2,002
    American Idol (ABC) 1.5/7 1,974
    Manifest (NBC) 1.5/8 1,938
    31. The Masked Singer: After the Mask (Fox) 1.4/7 1,870
    Law & Order: SVU (NBC) 1.4/7 1,866
    Criminal Minds (CBS) 1.4/7 1,861
    America’s Got Talent Champions (NBC) 1.4/7 1,839
    FBI (CBS) 1.4/7 1,814
    Saturday Night Football (ABC) 1.4/8 1,793
    Prodigal Son (Fox) 1.4/6 1,790
    90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days (TLC) 1.4/6 1,758
    39. The Rookie (ABC) 1.3/7 1,720
    Mom (CBS) 1.3/6 1,646
    The Resident (Fox) 1.3/6 1,644
    The Goldbergs (ABC) 1.3/6 1,636
    The Neighborhood (CBS) 1.3/6 1,624
    44. The Good Place (NBC) 1.2/6 1,598
    FBI: Most Wanted (CBS) 1.2/7 1,576
    Seal Team (CBS) 1.2/6 1,574
    Empire (Fox) 1.2/6 1,548
    60 Minutes (CBS) 1.2/6 1,544
    Last Man Standing (Fox) 1.2/6 1,539
    S.W.A.T. (CBS) 1.2/6 1,536
    Bull (CBS) 1.2/6 1,533
    90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way (TLC) 1.2/5 1,531
    Ellen’s Game of Games (NBC) 1.2/6 1,515
    Family Guy (Fox) 1.2/5 1,499
    Blue Bloods (CBS) 1.2/6 1,497
    56. Hawai’i Five-0 (CBS) 1.1/6 1,469
    The Simpsons (Fox) 1.1/5 1,468
    90 Day Fiancé (TLC) 1.1/5 1,456
    Superstore (NBC) 1.1/6 1,434
    Real Housewives of Atlanta (Bravo) 1.1/5 1,416
    Dancing with the Stars (ABC) 1.1/5 1,413
    Evil (CBS) 1.1/6 1,411
    Stumptown (ABC) 1.1/6 1,410
    NCIS: New Orleans (CBS) 1.1/6 1,410
    For Life (ABC) 1.1/6 1,393
    How to Get Away with Murder (ABC) 1.1/6 1,389
    The Blacklist (NBC) 1.1/6 1,378
    Fox College Football: Big 12 Prime (Fox) 1.1/6 1,378
    NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS) 1.1/5 1,372
    Curse of Oak Island (History) 1.1/5 1,372
    Jersey Shore: Family Vacation S3 (MTV) 1.1/5 1,371
    Bob’s Burgers (Fox) 1.1/5 1,365
    73. Below Deck Mediterranean (Bravo) 1.0/5 1,350
    Magnum P.I. (CBS) 1.0/6 1,344
    Mayans M.C. (FX) 1.0/6 1,337
    Bob Hearts Abishola (CBS) 1.0/5 1,333
    Deputy (Fox) 1.0/5 1,331
    The Unicorn (CBS) 1.0/5 1,307
    Shark Tank (ABC) 1.0/5 1,304
    Single Parents (ABC) 1.0/5 1,303
    Songland (NBC) 1.0/5 1,288
    Below Deck (Bravo) 1.0/4 1,285
    Jersey Shore: Family Vacation S3B (MTV) 1.0/5 1,280
    American Housewife (ABC) 1.0/6 1,277
    Real Housewives of Orange County (Bravo) 1.0/5 1,268
    Emergence (ABC) 1.0/5 1,256
    Man with a Plan (CBS) 1.0/5 1,254
    Who Wants to Be a Millionaire – Thu. (ABC) 1.0/6 1,250
    Love & Hip Hop Atlanta 9 (VH1) 1.0/5 1,239
    The Challenge: Total Madness (MTV) 1.0/5 1,238
    Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (ABC) 1.0/5 1,233
    Will & Grace (NBC) 1.0/5 1,231
    MacGyver (CBS) 1.0/5 1,231
    94. Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC) 0.9/5 1,228
    Schooled (ABC) 0.9/5 1,227
    Good Girls (NBC) 0.9/5 1,222
    Broke (CBS) 0.9/5 1,215
    Bless This Mess (ABC) 0.9/5 1,212
    Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (Bravo) 0.9/5 1,197
    America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC) 0.9/4 1,190
    Teen Mom II S9B (MTV) 0.9/4 1,183
    Love & Hip Hop Hollywood 6 (VH1) 0.9/4 1,172
    All Rise (CBS) 0.9/4 1,169
    24 Hours to Hell and Back (Fox) 0.9/4 1,156
    Mixed-ish (ABC) 0.9/4 1,153
    The Challenge: War of Worlds (MTV) 0.9/4 1,138
    Basketball Wives 8 (VH1) 0.9/4 1,137
    Love & Hip Hop 10 (VH1) 0.9/4 1,131
    Keeping Up with the Kardashians (E!) 0.9/4 1,130
    WWE Friday Night Smackdown (Fox) 0.9/5 1,128
    Vanderpump Rules (Bravo) 0.9/4 1,107
    Bluff City Law (NBC) 0.9/4 1,105
    Source: Nielsen, Preliminary Live+7 Days, Prime, Original telecasts only. Season through 5/10/2020. Programs with 2 or more telecasts.

    TOP 100 SHOWS OF 2019-2020, TOTAL VIEWERS

    America’s most-watched series of the 2019-2020 season are …

    Rank Title (Network) VIEWERS (000)
    1. NFL Sunday Night Football (NBC) 19,993
    2. NCIS (CBS) 15,336
    3. NFL Thursday Night Football (Fox/NFL Network) 15,048
    4. NFL Monday Night Football (ESPN) 12,750
    5. FBI (CBS) 12,552
    6. Blue Bloods (CBS) 11,962
    7. Chicago Fire (NBC) 11,699
    8. This Is Us (NBC) 11,549
    9. Young Sheldon (CBS) 11,449
    10. Chicago PD (NBC) 11,228
    11. Chicago Med (NBC) 11,220
    12. The Good Doctor (ABC) 10,824
    13. The Masked Singer (Fox) 10,783
    14. Bull (CBS) 10,607
    15. 60 Minutes (CBS) 10,459
    16. 9-1-1 (Fox) 10,416
    17. The Voice (NBC) 10,367
    18. FBI: Most Wanted (CBS) 10,204
    19. The Voice-Tuesday (NBC) 9,728
    20. New Amsterdam (NBC) 9,700
    21. Hawai’i Five-0 (CBS) 9,684
    22. NCIS: New Orleans (CBS) 9,583
    23. Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) 9,386
    24. Survivor (CBS) 9,229
    25. 9-1-1: Lone Star (Fox) 9,085
    26. America’s Got Talent Champions (NBC) 8,922
    27. Magnum P.I. (CBS) 8,914
    28. NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS) 8,913
    29. Station 19 (ABC) 8,550
    30. American Idol — Monday (CBS) 8,536
    31. Mom (CBS) 8,524
    32. American Idol (ABC) 8,336
    33. The Rookie (ABC) 8,185
    34. Seal Team  (CBS) 8,020
    35. Criminal Minds (CBS) 8,006
    36. Dancing with the Stars (ABC) 7,998
    37. The Bachelor (ABC) 7,934
    38. The Conners (ABC) 7,729
    39. Manifest (NBC) 7,698
    40. The Neighborhood (CBS) 7,694
    41. Tommy (CBS) 7,685
    42. All Rise (CBS) 7,643
    43. God Friended Me (CBS) 7,616
    44. Bob Hearts Abishola (CBS) 7,538
    45. MacGyver (CBS) 7,500
    46. Man with a Plan (CBS) 7,468
    47. A Million Little Things (ABC) 7,262
    48. S.W.A.T. (CBS) 7,255
    49. Modern Family (ABC) 7,099
    50. The Unicorn (CBS) 7,095
    51. Broke (CBS) 6,916
    52. The Blacklist (NBC) 6,913
    53. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire – Thu. (ABC) 6,879
    54. Madam Secretary (CBS) 6,737
    55. The Last Dance (ESPN) 6,709
    56. The Resident (Fox) 6,704
    57. Carol’s Second Act (CBS) 6,594
    58. Law & Order: SVU (NBC) 6,455
    59. Last Man Standing (Fox) 6,403
    60. Deputy (Fox) 6,340
    61. Evil (CBS) 6,287
    62. Bluff City Law (NBC) 6,239
    63. Stumptown (ABC) 5,963
    64. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (ABC) 5,849
    65. Prodigal Son (Fox) 5,830
    66. America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC) 5,702
    67. Emergence (ABC) 5,669
    68. Lego Masters (Fox) 5,598
    69. Lincoln Rhyme (NBC) 5,574
    70. The Masked Singer: After the Mask (Fox) 5,559
    71. The Walking Dead (AMC) 5,373
    72. Ellen’s Game of Games (NBC) 5,314
    73. The Goldbergs (ABC) 5,311
    74. Saturday Night Football (ABC) 5,191
    75. Shark Tank (ABC) 4,928
    76. Songland (NBC) 4,918
    77. Undercover Boss (CBS) 4,915
    78. Dateline Friday (NBC) 4,866
    79. Bless This Mess (ABC) 4,722
    80. Curse of Oak Island (History) 4,650
    81. American Housewife (ABC) 4,500
    82. For Life (ABC) 4,360
    83. 20/20 (ABC) 4,350
    84. How to Get Away with Murder (ABC) 4,225
    85. 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days (TLC) 4,047
    86. Empire (Fox) 4,043
    87. Fox College Football: Big 12 Prime (Fox) 4,030
    88. 48 Hours (CBS) 4,022
    89. Will & Grace (NBC) 4,010
    90. Council of Dads (NBC) 4,008
    91. Kids Say the Darndest Things (ABC) 3,966
    92. Schooled (ABC) 3,929
    93. The Baker and the Beauty (ABC) 3,887
    94. Mixed-ish (ABC) 3,820
    95. Superstore (NBC) 3,816
    96. Black-ish (ABC) 3,719
    97. Dateline Mystery (NBC) 3,715
    98. Dr. Pimple Popper (TLC) 3,658
    99. Single Parents (ABC) 3,646
    100. The Good Place (NBC) 3,563
    Source: Nielsen, Preliminary Live+7 Days, Prime, Original telecasts only. Season through 5/10/2020. Programs with 2 or more telecasts.

    THE MOST-WATCHED BROADCAST NETWORKS OF 2019-2020 (BY TOTAL VIEWERS)

    1. CBS (7,676,000; down 14%)
    2. NBC (6,628,000; down 9%)
    3. Fox (6,391,000; up 17%)
    4. ABC (5,458,000; down 3%)
    5. Univision (1,461,000; up 6%)
    6. Ion (1,282,000; down 2%)
    7. Telemundo (1,107,000; down 8%)
    8. The CW (1,040,000; down 22%)
    9. Me TV (740,000; up 5%)
    10. Unimas (523,000; up 40%)

    THE TOP-RATED BROADCAST NETWORKS OF 2019-2020 (BY ADULTS 18-49)

    1. Fox (1.7; up 14%)
    2. NBC (1.4; down 16%)
    3. ABC (1.1; down 11%)
    t. CBS (1.1; down 31%)
    5. Univision (0.5; up 6%)
    6. Telemundo (0.4; down 10%)
    7. The CW (0.3; down 29%)
    t. Ion (0.3; down 2%)
    9.Unimas (0.2; up 46%)
    10. Bounce TV (0.1; up 15%)

    Source: Nielsen, NPM (09/23/2019-04/26/2020, Live+7 and 04/27/2020-05/10/2020, Live+SD) vs. (09/24/2018-04/28/2019, Live+7 and 04/29/2019-05/12/2019, Live+SD) Mon-Sat 8pm-11pm/Sun 7pm-11pm.

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