June 13 2024

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‘Miami’ Finale Earns Low Ratings After Late Start

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CSI: Miami aired its tenth season finale on Sunday, April 8, and the final ratings are now available. “Habeas Corpse” pulled in 7.94 million viewers and a 1.7 rating/6 share in the key 18-49 demographic prized by advertisers. These numbers are down from the previous episode, but Miami started nearly an hour later in the Eastern and Central timezones.


Source: TV by the Numbers

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2 thoughts on “‘Miami’ Finale Earns Low Ratings After Late Start

  1. Not surprising considering the late hour. If the show/episode had been several minutes later,it would have been rescheduled to air another time.

  2. I myself am getting fed up with all these late start every sunday. It’s getting ridiculous. I am so tired of only getting 3 quarters of the show. I extended my recording of the show by 35 minutes on the dvr to accommodate this. It’s not even sport right now it’s another show which seems to be on before this. i am now trying to watch the show and have found out that now it’s 51 minutes late once again missing the end of it. the networks scream that nobody’s watching the show. I don’t know how many of the shows I have not been able to see now because of the late start. I love this show and hope that it continues. If the network keeps screwing with the time I am afraid it will be this shows demise.

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