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The 100 Most Watched Shows of the 2019-2020 Season

The 2019-2020 TV season ended on Wednesday . . . and it definitely lacked the fanfare that the May finales usually bring, since a lot of the shows were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nevertheless, here’s how the Top 20 shook out, in terms of average total viewers:

1.  “Sunday Night Football”, NBC, 20 million viewers

2.  “NCIS”, CBS, 15.3 million viewers

3.  The NFL’s “Thursday Night Football”, Fox / NFL Network, 15 million viewers

4.  The NFL’s “Monday Night Football”, ESPN, 12.8 million viewers

5.  “FBI”, CBS, 12.6 million viewers

6.  “Blue Bloods”, CBS, 12 million viewers

7.  “Chicago Fire”, NBC, 11.7 million viewers

8.  “This Is Us”, NBC, 11.5 million viewers

9.  “Young Sheldon”, CBS, 11.4 million viewers

10.  “Chicago PD”, NBC, 11.23 million viewers

11.  “Chicago Med”, NBC, 11.22 million viewers

12.  “The Good Doctor”, ABC, 10.82 million viewers

13.  “The Masked Singer”, Fox, 10.8 million viewers

14.  “Bull”, CBS, 10.6 million viewers

15.  “60 Minutes”, CBS, 10.5 million viewers

16.  “9-1-1”, Fox, 10.42 million viewers

17.  “The Voice”, NBC, 10.4 million viewers

18.  “FBI: Most Wanted”, CBS, 10.2 million viewers

19.  “The Voice” (Tuesdays), NBC, 9.73 million viewers

20.  “New Amsterdam”, NBC, 9.7 million viewers

Overall, CBS was the most-watched network, and Fox had the best ratings within the 18-49 demo.  By the way, isn’t it incredible that “NCIS” is the #1 scripted show in its 17TH SEASON?

(Variety.com has a list of the Top 100 . . . both in terms of the coveted 18- to 49-year-old demo and overall viewers.)

Rock Hall Induction Ceremony Postponed Due To Coronavirus

Nine Inch Nails cover art
Nine Inch Nails cover art

The 2020 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony has been postponed due to the current spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus, organizers have announced.


Motley Crue guitarist’s debut a riveting solo album featuring Alabama musician

Motley Crue guitarist’s debut solo album featuring Alabama musician

Article by Matt Wake | al.com

“The power goes out; it’s so loud.”

Jacob Bunton

Jacob Bunton is describing the volume Motley Crue’s Mick Mars plays guitar in the recording studio. Bunton continues.

“It’s louder than anything you’ve ever heard in your life. Louder than a jet engine – I’m not exaggerating. He runs through so many (speaker) cabinets and (amplifier) heads, and everything it is insane. Still, his tone is just the most incredible thing you’ve heard.”

Bunton is the lead singer on Mars’ highly anticipated debut solo album. Although former Crue replacement singer John Corabi spent some time in the studio with Mars. Bunton, who lives in Chelsea, Alabama near Birmingham, is the sole lead vocalist on the as-yet-untitled album. The album is tentatively planned for a summer release.

Read the full article here at al.com

Motley Crue

Four Year Strong Release ‘Learn To Love The Lie’ Video

Four Year Strong have released a new music video for their new single “Learn To Love The Lie”. The track comes from their forthcoming album “Brain Pain”, which is set to hit stores on February 28th.

Photo Credit: Illa Zilla
Photo Credit: Illa Zilla

Don Dokken’s ‘Hands Are Dead’ Following Spine Surgery

Dokken - Photo Credit: Frank Schwichtenberg
Dokken – Photo Credit: Frank Schwichtenberg

Don Dokken says that his “hands are dead” following spinal surgery a few months ago, but has issued an update saying that he is doing much better and full recovery is expected.