Tuesday, January 21, 2014

10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty Viewership Increases

More people watched the 2nd episode of 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty 
Ratings are looking good for the 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty. Overall they increased it's viewership by 13% or 86,000 viewers (from 643k to 729k). They also jumped from 37th place in prime-time to 35th. Normally viewership drops off after the premiere episode. We wont know if this is a trend until we get a third data point (one more week of results), but an increase is an increase.

More importantly, as we have mentioned before, it is the 18-49 year old demographic that advertisers and networks care about. Which brings more good news for the 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty. In the 18-49 demographic they increased viewership by 5% or 15,000 viewers.

We arrived our numbers looking at last week's prime time ratings and the previous week's prime time ratings listed on TheFutonCritic.com.

You'll notice the last time we talked about the 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty ratings, we also used the numbers from the top 100 shows all day. This hasn't changed, Full House still beat them in the same time slot. Who the heck is watching Full House at 10pm?  The fact that 1.4 million Nielsen families are watching Full House says more about America than the quality of Bigfoot Bounty.

We will continue to live-tweet during the TV show and champion our 5 Favorites on Bigfoot Bounty. By the way, they tweet too! Here are our five favorites (in alphabetical order) and their respective twitter handles. Click on any of the twitter handles to go to each persons twitter page. 

Stacy Brown Jr. (@BigfootStacy)
Michael Merchant (@MerchantBigfoot )
Rictor Riolo (@Rictor_Riolo )
Dax Rushlow (@daxmaul )
Ro Sahebi (@rocknrolljihad )

And if you want to connect with the judges. Who also tweet during the show.
Dean Cain (@RealDeanCain) he also has a Twitter account for his FB fan page (@AllDeanCain)
Natalia Reagan (@natalia13reagan)
Dr. Todd Disotell (@ToddDisotell)

Of course you can catch Bigfoot Lunch Club's Twitter feed @BigfootLC . See you on Twitter this Friday while you're watching the 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty 10/9pm central. 


  1. I absolutely love this show! You never know what to expect!

  2. The worst bigfoot show I have ever seen. I'm amazed ratings went up.

  3. That show is miserable. It's a stupid reality show with NOTHING about Bigfoot. Why do people care about it? Major letdown...

  4. The basic premise of this SPIKE TV show (kill a bigfoot and get rich) is the lowest common denominator in bigfooting. It makes craven hucksters like Tom Biscardi and Rick Dyer seem like saints by comparison.

    At least career hoaxers Dyer and Biscardi aren't trying to rabidly hype up viewers to go out and kill creatures that could, quite possibly, have near-human blood flowing through their veins. Murder is murder.

    Yes, there are plenty of bounties every day placed on human heads. The most famous example of this was Osama bin Laden. Not surprisingly, a body was not produced to verify this "bounty" that cost the American people billions and billions of dollars in bogus war footing.

    If bin Laden had been a "bigfoot" then SPIKE TV would never have paid out 10 MILLION dollars for "hearsay and rumors of a body being buried at sea."

    Perhaps the same rationale with be used with a so-called bigfoot body on SPIKE TV in order to keep from suffering the wrath of other bigfoots. . . . .

    Naw, I doubt it. Lloyds of London would never pay out 10 Million dollars for hearsay. Too bad the same level of logic wasn't applied to the war in Afghanistan that was sold to the American public under the excuse of searching for bin Laden in caves.

    On the news for a decade, Americans were treated to footage and reports of "bin Laden blobsquatches." Hazy, blurry, and full of bovine scatology.

    1. Do you hate your Mother? Why else would you be so mean? I'm sorry you have a problem with your mother, You need to look for Help. As far as the words, Rich, Bigfoot , Bounty, You must also be anti capitalism.

    2. If you find my sobering realism mean, then you must find real life mean. How about killing tens of thousands of innocent people in the name of finding a dude in a cave that was formerly one of the Bush's best friends? Is that mean? Dude, wake up and smell the coffee. You're still asleep. Try reading Brave New World and then get back to me about how Aldous Huxley was purposefully externalizing the blueprint for the future that his brother, Julian, put into practice when he set up the UN. The drug-addled doped up brainwashed media-deluded population in that novel is actually fairly similar to most of the general public today in the USA. They are nice people, but their eyes are starting to glass over, especially when they get excited about a show like 10 Million Bigfoot Bounty. I've been bigfooting since I was five years old. I know what I'm talking about.

    3. Your liberal, anti-American rantings should be posted on another website. Try CNN.com. Every penny that was spent to kill Bin Laden was totally worth it. The world is now a slightly safer place. Typical that you overlooked the thousands of innocent American lives that were lost on 9/11. Loser.

    4. this is not real search show so disappointed. With all this money being spent cant you make a real show.I wont waste my time on this Reality Show Garbage

  5. Television programming that focuses on corrupt government agencies, killing humanlike beings for ten million dollars, murders, serial killers, zombies (human-like cannibals that "deserve" to be killed wantonly and brutally despite the fact they are rabidly insane, etc., tends to push humanity in the direction of sociopathy and away from a loving, benevolent, empathetic way of viewing the world.

    Normalizing murder for hire is as old as sociopaths. Whoever said that prostitution is the oldest profession got it wrong. Killing others in exchange rewards is much older. In fact, "territories" patrolled by soldiers paid to kill "trespassers" is the origin of human civilization, not agriculture.

    Make no mistake: a "bounty" in exchange for a bigfoot body is an advertisement to "pay" for murder. It is "murder by numbers" and those numbers are a one with seven zeros after it.

    1. They said Nothing bout KILLING a Bigfoot! Its 10 Million for Proof! Not a dead body. You must be one of the people they turned down to be on the show!

    2. If you think about it, the proof required can only be obtained from a body or part of a body. Lloyds will not fork out 10 Mill for hair and follicle tissue, poop, a tooth, a fragment of bone, etc. It's really only fresh tissue that will generate the kind of proof that is required. A few hair follicles and a video would not even do it.

      I think this show is a form of "fishing" in addition to providing an attempt at being entertaining. If somebody actually delivered a body, or a significant tissue sample, it would never be made public, unless the person who delivered it was extremely lucky or smart about how this was done. Rather, the tissue sample would be stolen in the name of national security, obfuscated, and the person who brought the body in good faith would be placed under a gag order or killed. You seem to be living in some sort of a fantasy land. Do you have any idea about what is going on in the world beyond what you are fed by our fascist (oligarchically controlled) media? Seriously.

  6. I'd have thought DNA evidence from poop woulda been fine. But as bigfoot doesn't exist Lloyds ain't going broke anytime soon :-).


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