24: Live Another Day Episode 6 Ratings

24LAD Episode 6 Ratings
How did 24: Live Another Day do in episode 6?

For the first time this season, 24: Live Another Day has increased in the week-to-week ratings.

Fox, meanwhile, was on the map care of “Masterchef” (#2: 3.9/ 7), which like all Gordon Ramsay series is a young adult option, and “24: Live Another Day” (#2: 4.8/ 8), which increased by 12 percent from one week earlier. While not the success it once was, “24” nonetheless is a valid original summer option.

Half Hour Breakdowns:
9:00 PM – 6.41 million (#1), A18-49: 1.9/ 6 (#1)
9:30 PM – 6.07 million (#2), A18-49: 1.7/ 5 (#3)

Ratings Analysis

More: HitFix, TVLine, Entertainment Weekly

The Kevin Reilly Factor: One thing that might throw a monkey wrench into renewal prospects is FOX network chief Kevin Reilly stepping down being fired several days ago. Reilly made a push for limited series and was the one who gave the green-light to 24: Live Another Day. According to this Vulture article, Reilly went to bat for and renewed two low-rated comedies (The Mindy Project and Brooklyn Nine-Nine) and also planned to renew Enlisted and Almost Human before being overruled by Fox Networks Group CEO Peter Rice. It seems that Mr. Rice is a little bit tougher when it comes to renewal decisions.

This post will be updated with UK ratings, Live+3 and Live+7 ratings in the coming days.


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24 got really lucky that the Spurs closed out the Thunder, otherwise last night’s ep would have gone against a Game 7 in the NBA playoffs. Being the nerd I am, I looked at the playoff schedule, and none of the NBA Finals games are on a Monday.

June 3, 2014 at 11:54 am
Being the true fan of 24 that I am, I watched the entire episode last night on FOX (as I’ve always done). It’s amazing how many people changed from FOX to a different TV network half way through the episode. A lot of people missed out on the final thirty minutes of this brilliant and explosive episode. In my opinion, “24: Live Another Day” is the best TV show of this year.

TVbynumbers had the final ratings for episode 3. Total viewers went up to 9.6 million. With hulu and itunes added in, it’s probably over 10 million, which is on par with the ratings 24 got in the last 2 1/2 seasons.


Let’s be real guys, 24 LAD is FAR from the best show on tv this year. That’s not to say I’m not enjoying it! But there are far better shows out there. However, I believe they are the top in their genre. But GoT, Hannibal and other new shows are very quality too and may deserve that title.

we are being real, 24 is the best show on tv. Game of thrones is an ok show, but really overated, most of the time the episodes on that show just consist of talking, talking and more talking and if something happens it always on the ninth episode and well Hannibal… is garbage.

24 has fantastic writing, action and is convering real issues that are going on in today’s world and not to mention we have the best character ever in Jack Bauer

After the large increase in ratings from last week, Fox is gonna have trouble with the idea of putting 24 down for good. It is after all tying for first place in terms of Fox summer shows. If it can hold onto around about this number for a couple more weeks, I hope Fox will renew the show and allow for the 24 writers to craft an ending which is a cliffhanger that sets up the next 12 episodes, eliminating time jumps.

24: LIVE ANOTHER NIGHT – Premieres Monday, May 1st 2015 at 8/7c

June 4, 2014 at 8:05 pm
The show is holding its own in a summer time slot so think what it can do in the regular fall/winter TV season. I also think if Producers , Cast and FOX would go ahead and commit to a “Day10” fans would feel even more invested ratings will continue to be strong. How many shows are gone for 4 years and come back to this much chatter? Jack Bauer is the small screen James Bond of 21st century. I hope FOX respects the gem in their line up. 24 doesn’t have to win the ratings every week to prove its value–it just needs to be consistent workhouse for the network.