Get the latest information on how the
ratings go for "The Kill Point" each week.
Spike TV has said if
the ratings are good enough it may become a regular show.
It has been impossible to get ratings for each week, however, Spike
TV is pleased with "The Kill Point," the Donnie Wahlberg-John Leguizamo
drama filmed in Pittsburgh's Market Square.
Spike's ratings are up 67 percent from that same 9 p.m. Sunday time slot
last year, with a 45 percent jump in the coveted 18-to-49 male
demographic, network spokesman David Schwarz said.
Spike TV has not said yet if the show will be renewed.
Ratings for Week 2 - "No Meringue"
The ratings are
looking good for spike TV. The July 29 show averaged a 1.3 HH rating
with a 1.0 in M 18-49 and .9 in P 18-49 and a .8 in M 18-34 and an
average audience of 1.7 million viewers. There was an increase in
male demos in week two and again, the 1.7 million who came to see
the show, stayed for the show.
To date, original telecasts of
"The Kill Point" (two week average) are averaging a 1.4 HH rating,
with a .9 in M18-49, a .8 in P18-49, a .7 in M18-34 and an average
audience of 1.9 million viewers.
Spike TV's "The Kill Point" premiered with 2.1 million viewers
nationwide Sunday night, a good number for Spike TV, boosting the
network's ratings 111 percent in the time period compared with a year
"Kill Point" didn't score as high as last summer's premiere of the
now-canceled "Blade" (it had 2.5 million viewers), but the "Kill Point"
ratings were pretty stable throughout the two hours, which generally
indicates viewers are more likely to return. "Blade" shed viewers
consistently and drew more female viewers, not Spike's target. Sixty
percent of the "Kill Point" audience was male.