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Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Sat Jun 24, 2017 6:43 am
by Radiatorlady
hbonordic.com in Norway:

10. Girls
9. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
8. Big Little Lies
7. The Leftovers
6. Game of Thrones
5. Silicon Valley
4. Fargo
3. Twin Peaks
2. Billions
1. The Handmaid's Tale

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Sat Jun 24, 2017 10:08 am
by Pölkkyrouva
Radiatorlady wrote:hbonordic.com in Norway:

10. Girls
9. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
8. Big Little Lies
7. The Leftovers
6. Game of Thrones
5. Silicon Valley
4. Fargo
3. Twin Peaks
2. Billions
1. The Handmaid's Tale


The list looks a bit more wonderful and strange here in Finland which is great!

10. The Magicians
9. Big Little Lies
8. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
7. The Leftovers
6. Fargo
5. Game of Thrones
4. Silicon Valley
3. Billions
2. The Handmaid's Tale
1. Twin Peaks

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Sat Jun 24, 2017 6:56 pm
by Poltergeist27
Those are fantastic lists! So happy to see it is appreciated by more people internationally, and up against all those great shows.

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Tue Jun 27, 2017 12:43 pm
by Harry S. Truman
What audience have you had this chapter??

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Tue Jun 27, 2017 1:41 pm
by Rudagger
Ratings via "tvseriesfinale.com":

03-01 / 0.15 / 0.506
03-02 / 0.15 / 0.506
03-03 / 0.04 / 0.195
03-04 / 0.04 / 0.195
03-05 / 0.08 / 0.254
03-06 / 0.10 / 0.270
03-07 / 0.11 / 0.294
03-08 / 0.11 / 0.246 / -16.33%

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Tue Jun 27, 2017 2:12 pm
by Esselgee
So after a positively received episode, the show goes to a series low (excluding episodes 3 & 4 here since they were available for a week before they aired).

It will be interesting to see which way the ratings go after episode 8.

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Tue Jun 27, 2017 2:15 pm
by Rudagger
Esselgee wrote:So after a positively received episode, the show goes to a series low (excluding episodes 3 & 4 here since they were available for a week before they aired).

It will be interesting to see which way the ratings go after episode 8.


The 1-week break might cause a bump when it comes back. But, I think the week after that you have Game of Thrones (not sure if Twin Peaks' timeslot moves an hour later, which in turn could cause a small dip if it airs later .. or a ravaging if it airs across from Game of Thrones penultimate season).

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Tue Jun 27, 2017 7:58 pm
by LateReg
Rudagger wrote:
Esselgee wrote:So after a positively received episode, the show goes to a series low (excluding episodes 3 & 4 here since they were available for a week before they aired).

It will be interesting to see which way the ratings go after episode 8.


The 1-week break might cause a bump when it comes back. But, I think the week after that you have Game of Thrones (not sure if Twin Peaks' timeslot moves an hour later, which in turn could cause a small dip if it airs later .. or a ravaging if it airs across from Game of Thrones penultimate season).


I thought when Ray Donovan started airing that Twin Peaks timeslot was going to move UP an hour. 7 central time instead of 8 (which is when it airs now). I'm not sure when that will be.

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Tue Jun 27, 2017 8:02 pm
by Esselgee
Ray Donovan starts on August 6th. So only 4 more episode of TP at its current time.

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:23 am
by eyeboogers
Note that the share is the same (0.11) indicating that fewer americans in general watched TV sunday night.

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Wed Jun 28, 2017 7:16 am
by mtwentz
Esselgee wrote:So after a positively received episode, the show goes to a series low (excluding episodes 3 & 4 here since they were available for a week before they aired).

It will be interesting to see which way the ratings go after episode 8.


Yes, but you would not expect to see any ratings bump until the following week, after the episode has aired.

That being said, I do not expect the ratings to change very radically during the rest of the run of the series. The audience I believe will grow over years and decades, but not necessarily over weeks. And it will be a mostly streaming and DVD audience.

Fu*& the ratings! as Diane would say...

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Wed Jun 28, 2017 8:42 am
by LateReg
mtwentz wrote:
Esselgee wrote:So after a positively received episode, the show goes to a series low (excluding episodes 3 & 4 here since they were available for a week before they aired).

It will be interesting to see which way the ratings go after episode 8.


Yes, but you would not expect to see any ratings bump until the following week, after the episode has aired.

That being said, I do not expect the ratings to change very radically during the rest of the run of the series. The audience I believe will grow over years and decades, but not necessarily over weeks. And it will be a mostly streaming and DVD audience.

Fu*& the ratings! as Diane would say...


I think he meant that Part 7 was positively received, so one would have expected part 8 to have higher ratings.

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Wed Jun 28, 2017 9:57 am
by dkenny78
Very curious if this episode had a big uptick in onDemand and Showtime app viewing, given all of the buzz.

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Wed Jun 28, 2017 11:02 pm
by Wonderful & Strange

Re: NON SPOILERS: Twin Peaks: Season 3 on Showtime Thread

Posted: Fri Jun 30, 2017 11:15 am
by Rudagger
Wonderful & Strange wrote:Sign the petition for season 4!

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/196/268/ ... win-peaks/


Seems a bit early for a petition, no? Besides, the best way to get Showtimes attention is to get the ratings up, rather than signing a petition while the show is still on the air, or for actual subscribers to write to their actual providers and just state that they signed up specifically for David Lynch.

It's a bit different when a shows off-air and so you have some unknown factor in the metrics (what percentage of these people will pay for the show, what percentage will actually watch it, etc.), but, when you have a petition going up half way through a show's run worrying about ratings? There are more productive ways to help the show.