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ianthebalance:
I know people are gonna tell me I am wrong, but I think the fact that the twinnies were saved by a NEL was the main reason the ratings dropped.

ianthebalance:

--- Quote from: Leafsfan on December 10, 2012, 05:35:36 PM ---
--- Quote from: ianthebalance on December 10, 2012, 05:15:13 PM ---I know people are gonna tell me I am wrong, but I think the fact that the twinnies were saved by a NEL was the main reason the ratings dropped.

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I doubt that. It was the football game that dropped viewers. The sisters made this season entertaining

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I know that, but the twinnies got MAJOR hate on facebook. Now that I think about it, it was probably a combo of football + twinnies. By the way, the Chippendales made this seaosn entertaining.

RaceUntilWeDie:
Such a shame :cmas4 the finale really delivered last night

Genius:

--- Quote from: LoveRocked on December 10, 2012, 02:33:11 PM ---
They beat out two likable young sweethearts and two cocky Chippendale dancers.
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Unrelated, but this seems wrong. The descriptions should have been reversed.  :cmaslol

theschnauzers:
As I've tried to point out all season, the ratings system relying on live plus same day viewing does not fully measure audiences any longer. The networks, especially Les Moonves at CBS, and the advertisers both know it.
I want to wait to see the final weekly report tomorrow to see if it sheds any further light on this, especially since live plus three day and live plus seven day numbers aren't included.

Everything I've seen though suggests that by seven days out, the audience numbers are at a minimum stable, if not improving at little over time. I just wish there was actual numbers out there to show this.

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