CBS yanked “Me, Myself & I” from its schedule on Wednesday, making the Bobby Moynihan sitcom the second casualty of the young Fall TV season.
Much like “Ten Days in the Valley,” which ABC pulled from its own time slot last week, “Me, Myself & I” will probably play out the rest of its freshman run at some point later — and possibly on a Saturday.
So, what went wrong? “Me, Myself & I” had an OK debut on a hugely rated CBS night with the return of “The Big Bang Theory” and the series premiere preview of spinoff “Young Sheldon.” Unfortunately, the next week, “Me, Myself & I” sunk 37.5 percent in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and 30.9 percent among total viewers, according to Nielsen’s Live + Same Day ratings.
The coming-of-age comedy, which featured Moynihan as a 40-year-old man seen at three different ages in his life, kept declining from there, and settled for just a 0.7 and 3.909 million viewers on Monday.
Here’s the show’s ratings track for each episode to-date, with the main demo first and the overall audience member count second.
“Me, Myself & I” (CBS)
09/25: 1.6 rating, 7.455 million total viewers
10/2: 1.0, 5.153 million viewers
10/9: 0.9, 4.325 million
10/16: 0.9, 4.280 million
10/23: 0.9, 4.647 million
10/30: 0.7, 3.909 million
As for the Kyra Sedgwick miniseries, well, that one never had a chance. “Ten Days in the Valley” opened to just a 0.5 demo rating and 3.4 million total viewers.
That didn’t leave much room to go down from there, but the show still managed to. Check out the “Ten Days” track below.
“Ten Days in the Valley” (ABC)
10/1: 0.5 rating, 3.443 million total viewers
10/8: 0.4, 2.591 million viewers
10/15: 0.4, 2.620 million
10/22: 0.4, 2.202 million