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Update: NBC’s “Believe,” “Crisis” Ratings Hold Steady

Update: Down in the overnights (and in total viewers), NBC’s “Believe” and “Crisis” nonetheless held steady in adults 18-49.

In line with last week’s performances, both dramas posted 1.0 adults 18-49 ratings Sunday.

According to Nielsen fast national data, the “Believe” viewership average declined by 5% to 4.28 million. “Crisis'” viewership mark slipped by 11% to 3.58 million.

Earlier in the night, NBC offered “American Dream Builders” (0.5, 2.22 million) and “Dateline” (1.0, 5.54 million).

Just weeks removed from NBC’s 2014-15 scheduling announcement, freshman dramas “Believe” and “Crisis” both dipped in the overnight ratings Sunday.

After consecutive weeks of either improved or stable performance, “Believe” sank four tenths to a 2.9 overnight household rating.

Once again the weaker performer in the overnights, “Crisis” then scored a 2.4 at 10PM. It was down two tenths from the previous week’s number.

It is unclear if proportionate declines will manifest in the adults 18-49 and total viewership numbers. Last week’s “Believe” scored a 1.0 adults 18-49 rating with 4.51 million viewers. “Crisis” delivered a 1.0 with 4.01 million.

NBC’s Sunday lineup also included “American Dream Builders” (1.7 overnight rating) and “Dateline” (4.1).

Written by Brian Cantor

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