TUF 16 Logo - Ultimate Fighter FridaysJust past the midway point of the season, The Ultimate Fighter 16 TV ratings continue their rollercoaster ride on FX.
Following back-to-back weeks of relatively strong TV ratings, Friday’s episode 10 of The Ultimate Fighter: Team Carwin vs. Team Nelson came crashing back to Earth.
Snake bites must be good for business... at least when it comes to The Ultimate Fighter TV ratings on FX.
TUF 16 Logo - Ultimate Fighter FridaysThe Ultimate Fighter continues to slide in the TV ratings, dropping down to a new series low of 624,000 viewers for Friday’s Team Carwin vs. Team Nelson...
Episode four of The Ultimate Fighter, which followed UFC on FX 5 on Friday night, piggybacked off the strength of the live event to its best TV ratings of the season.
The fourth episode of The Ultimate Fighter: Team Rousey vs. Team Tate attracted an audience of 778,000 viewers, a 22-percent improvement over Week 3.
Things didn’t change a lot with this week TUF 17 Episode 11 TV ratings, although it did mark a bit of an uptick from last week’s season low of 1.09 million viewers.
Four weeks into its 17th season and The Ultimate Fighter is settling into its stride in regards to TV ratings.
What was likely the TUF 17 knockout of the season didn't account for knockout numbers in the TV ratings, although they did hold steady.
The Ultimate Fighter’s latest iteration is winding down, but the latest TV ratings for the show are on the upswing... if only slightly.
The Ultimate Fighter Team Carwin vs. Team Nelson TV ratings for Friday night’s episode 8 matched this season’s high mark.
After TUF 16 Week 7's scoring debacle, Team Carwin coach Leister Bowling doesn't think the judges that scored the fight should even be allowed to watch the sport of MMA, let alone judge it.
UFC on FX 5 didn't pull in huge TV ratings, but it was strong enough to give "The Ultimate Fighter" a nice boost.
The Ultimate Fighter season 16 continues to slide into the lowest TV ratings in the series' history, but is still drawing well in the key advertiser demographics for FX.
The TV ratings for The Ultimate Fighter continue to drift downwards, but company president Dana White insists the show is still a "home run" for FX.