|238||MINUTE TO WIN IT (OHNO)||Mon||8:00AM- 9:00AM||60||0.0||50|
|234||MINUTE TO WIN IT (OHNO)||Mon||9:00AM-10:00AM||60||0.1||91|
|215||MINUTE TO WIN IT (OHNO)||Mon||10:00AM-11:00AM||60||0.1||155|
The marathon did not do so well. Unless its a pre-1990's marathon, I've always thought GSN should kick-off the morning with Match Game and start the marathon at 9am Eastern. The whole Ohno marathon averaged a very poor 189,000 viewers. If anything, a 5th Grader marathon would have suited much better.
|236||PASSWORD PLUS||Sat||9:00AM- 9:30AM||30||0.1||84|
|231||PASSWORD PLUS||Sun||9:00AM- 9:30AM||30||0.1||111|
Password Plus may not be long for the schedule. Whammy! does significantly better a half-hour later, so it's not just the whole weekend morning time frame. For the 9am slot, I'd suggest Match Game or, hate to say more of it, Karn Feud.
|205||MINUTE TO WIN IT||Sun||1:00PM- 2:00PM||60||0.1||164|
|202||MINUTE TO WIN IT||Sun||2:00PM- 3:00PM||60||0.1||166|
|224||FAMILY FEUD||Sun||3:00PM- 3:30PM||30||0.1||128|
|153||FAMILY FEUD||Sun||3:30PM- 4:00PM||30||0.2||221|
|116||FAMILY FEUD||Sun||4:00PM- 4:30PM||30||0.2||256|
|140||FAMILY FEUD||Sun||4:30PM- 5:00PM||30||0.2||232|
|96||FAMILY FEUD (HARVEY)||Sun||5:00PM- 5:30PM||30||0.2||284|
|93||FAMILY FEUD (HARVEY)||Sun||5:30PM- 6:00PM||30||0.2||291|
Sunday afternoons are really hurting with NFL Football. I haven't seen numbers this low since the last year with the NFL season. That 3pm hour is really an ouch. Not quite sure what else could fill these hours but something should be done.
|177||FAMILY FEUD||Fri||4:00PM- 4:30PM||30||0.2||199|
|138||FAMILY FEUD||Fri||4:30PM- 5:00PM||30||0.2||233|
|179||FAMILY FEUD||Fri||5:00PM- 5:30PM||30||0.1||198|
|160||FAMILY FEUD||Fri||5:30PM- 6:00PM||30||0.1||214|
GSN must have reacted to these, not waited another day and decided to air the three-hour Harvey block starting September 12th, not waiting until the next Monday even. The Wednesday and Thursday numbers were much better though, 4 of 8 Karn/O'Hurley slots above 350,000 viewers.
Minute to Win It (Ohno) did not prove too well this week either. All reruns averaged 229,000 viewers, therefore only one rerun saw above 300,000 viewers, barely.
The Chase in its last week scattered around the schedule saw its reruns at a 249,000 viewership average. Not one rerun was above 300,000 viewers.
Lastly, Super Password managed to achieve much better numbers by morning standards in its new(er) slots than at 11am:
|9:00am Super Password||219K|
|11:00am Super Password||158K|