'Repression' And 'Drive' Ratings Info

By Christian
October 28, 2000 - 11:37 PM

Greg Fuller at the Star Trek Nielsen Ratings Information Database has posted this week's new ratings reports, and unfortunately the news again isn't overwhelmingly good. In the most positive news for the week, at least 'Drive' managed to not slip any further than 'Imperfection' did:

"Drive" provided a little stabilization after last week's ratings crash, rising to a 3.7 rating, 6 share. That's up from where the series was performing around the end of next year, but still off last year's comparable mark of a 3.8/6 set by "Barge of the Dead."

More on this can be found in the full report. Unfortunately, overnight ratings for 'Repression' also do not indicate an upturn in the ratings soon:

Voyager's collapse in the overnights continued last night with the third straight drop in overnight numbers. The show tallied a 4.6/7, barely defeating the national mark of "Unimatrix Zero, Part II" from a couple weeks ago.

Despite the fairly anemic ratings, Voyager was still able to pull into its customary 5th place spot on the night ahead of the WB's "Felicity," which earned a 3.9/5. The reason for this show's disappointing numbers is pretty apparent -- it aired opposite the World Series which targets the exact same demos that Voyager does. "Seven Days" started UPN with a 3.3/5 on the night.

A bit more on this can be found here.

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