Recent Nielsen Ratings

By Christian
May 11, 2000 - 9:09 PM

Greg Fuller at the Star Trek Nielsen Ratings Information Database has put up the final ratings report for 'Fury', last week's 'Voyager' episode and the first May sweeps episode of the season. Here's a snippet from the report:

Voyager saw another week of small increase over the previous week, with "Fury" taking a 3.4/5. That's slightly up from last week's "Muse," but not by a meaningful margin. That rating still places the show in the lower half of this season and below the season average. On the good news front, the episode did defeat the mark earned by the first episode of last year's May Sweeps period, "11:59," which only tallied a 3.2.

The full report contains info on the episode's timeslot performance, as well as a look at how this episode's ratings compare with how the show performed a few years ago.

According to Greg's Overnight Ratings Report for 'Life Line', yesterday's episode likely perfomed about the same as last week's:

"Life Line" remained flat from last week's "Fury," taking in a 4.9 rating, 7 share. Like "Fury," that's above the season average and well above the performances of the last few months. This sort of overnight would typically indicate a strong national rating, but as "Fury" proved, that's not a certainty.

For the full report, follow this link.

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