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NBC’s “Believe,” “Crisis” Ratings Slip Again

Update: While Sunday’s “Crisis” enjoyed a slight uptick in the overnight metered market ratings, its adults 18-49 number fell once again.

Sunday’s episode slipped to a 1.0 adults 18-49 rating. Its viewership average of 4.43 million did, however, reflect a slight gain over last week’s performance.

Earlier in the night, “American Dream Builders” (0.6, 2.91 million) and “Believe” (1.0, 4.14 million) also endured declines from their previous airings.

While it might have at least held up in adults 18-49, “Believe” did not score an overnight ratings boost in the absence of “The Walking Dead.”

Facing the admittedly strong “Game of Thrones” and Academy of Country Music Awards in the stead of AMC’s “Dead,” “Believe” dipped to a series low 2.8 overnight household rating. Last week’s episode drew a 3.1, which marked a slight drop from the previous week’s rating.

8PM entry “American Dream Builders” also endured a drop in the overnight metered market ratings. After posting a 2.2 last week, this week’s edition could only muster a 2.0.

10PM drama “Crisis,” on the other hand, improved by a tenth to a 3.1 overnight household rating.

Written by Brian Cantor

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