With the exception of the most popular shows, TV viewers are in for the biggest year yet this year.
The average American household saw more than 8.5 million hours of TV this year, according to Nielsen.
The highest viewership of any year since 2006 was 10.2 million hours in 2017.
TV shows are set to dominate the market this year with 8.1 million total viewers.
The most popular TV shows this year are Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Supernatural, and Gotham.
All of them are set for their second season this fall.
Supergirl has a second season, which premieres on October 14.
The Flash is in its third season and will air in late 2018.
Gotham, which was renewed for a fifth season, has a fourth and fifth seasons.
In addition to these big-name shows, a number of other shows are on the rise.
ABC’s The Middle has the highest-rated premiere for a network in six years, and the premiere for The Flash will be the most-watched show of the year.
CBS’ Big Brother has a huge number of new fans, and it’s a ratings juggernaut, with a 1.6 rating among adults 18-49.
ABC has the top two shows on the network’s night, with Gotham and Arrow each up three-and-a-half ratings points.
Fox is coming off of its biggest year since the show launched in 2013, and The Simpsons is poised to hit another stride as it returns to the airwaves.
The Top 25 TV shows in 2019 are as follows:The CW, up 3.3% (1.9 million total)The CW is a juggernaut.
Its premiere episode on Sunday, May 29, saw an average of 3.6 million total concurrent viewers, and 2.4 million adults 18 to 49.
The show averaged 1.5 of a demo rating, which is up 15% from last year.
On the network, The Vampire Diaries was the highest rated program in history with 2.3 million viewers, followed by Supernatural with 2 million and The Flash with 1.4.
On NBC, American Housewife and NCIS were the top-rated programs with 1 million viewers and 1.7 million adults 25-54, respectively.ABC’s The Bachelor and The Voice averaged an average 2.6 and 1 million, respectively, and ABC has made a concerted effort to boost the quality of its shows.
In addition to the Bachelor and the Voice, ABC has also ordered the freshman season of Scandal and has renewed its hit comedy Fresh Off the Boat for a fourth season.
Fox’s Empire is the most successful show in cable history, averaging 2.7 Million viewers in 18-34 and 2 million in adults 18, with 1 Million adults 25 to 54.
The Fox-owned Empire was a major hit with viewers and has a 2.9 rating among 18- to 49-year-olds.
CBS’s Elementary has been renewed for two more seasons.
The network also ordered Supernatural and American Housewives.ABC also is making strides with new shows and its lineup of scripted series, with the network ordering a fourth-season revival of the hit The Goldbergs.
The Goldberg (CBS) and The Goldberg Twins (CBS, 10th and 11th seasons) are both on the air.ABC and Disney’s new animated series The Secret Life of Pets (ABC, 8th season) is a crossover series that is set to air in 2019.
ABC also ordered a new family sitcom with The Goldberg Girls (ABC) as a one-hour comedy that stars Kate McKinnon, Kate Hudson, and Ben Schwartz.ABC has ordered the upcoming seventh season of The Goldberg Brothers.
It will be followed by the first of four seasons of The Secret Lives of Pets.
ABC recently renewed a family comedy about twins, The Goldberg Boys, which has the second-highest ratings of all shows on ABC.
The CW also has some new shows, including a spinoff of The Flash (CW, 7th season), the second spinoff in the series The Flashpoint Paradox (CW), and a new show, The Muppets (CW).
The first spinoff, The Legends of Tomorrow, debuted in 2018 and has been averaging an average 1.3 rating among Adults 18-54.
NBC has renewed a comedy about a family that is about to fall apart after their daughter is kidnapped, and its second season is set for mid-October.
ABC is also planning a crossover of its new drama, Modern Family, with The Mysteries of Laura.