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Overnight Results 12/14 - All CBS

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December 15th, 2007

Scoreboard for Friday Dec 14 CBS ABC NBC CW FOX
Total Viewers (million) 9.02 5.72 5.54 4.79 3.79
rating/Share: Adults 18-49 2.4/8 1.3/4 1.7/5 1.5/5 1.3/4

CBS easily won the night in both viewers and the demo, and Friday Night Smackdown! led The CW to a third place finish in the 18-49 demo where ABC and FOX tied for last. No Regular Show data table, but Moonlight fans, the half hourly breakout was 9.48 7.64 million for the first half hour and 7.61 million for the second and easily won both viewers and the demo for the hour. Women's Murder Club did 6.16 million and 6.31 million, but it was a repeat.

Nielsen Ratings Source: Nielsen Media Research. Full night’s results available via Marc Berman/Mediaweek.

 
  • Suzanne

    Thanks for the notice, Robert. We Moonlight fans are holding our breath, but I guess will have to do so for awhile longer. Thanks for keeping us posted!

  • Suzanne

    Thanks for the notice, Robert. We Moonlight fans are holding our breath, but I guess will have to do so for awhile longer. Thanks for keeping us posted!

  • MLA

    Thanks so much, this Moonlight fan is anxiously waiting!

    Happy Holidays

  • MLA

    Thanks so much, this Moonlight fan is anxiously waiting!

    Happy Holidays

  • Christy

    Thanks for the headsup, Robert! We can wait. ;)

  • Christy

    Thanks for the headsup, Robert! We can wait. ;)

  • http://moonlight-archive.com John T. Folden

    It's great to see Moonlight continuing to do well, especially with so few new episodes left to make a good showing.

  • http://moonlight-archive.com John T. Folden

    It’s great to see Moonlight continuing to do well, especially with so few new episodes left to make a good showing.

  • Brad

    So how come it lost 2 million viewers in the last half hour??

  • Brad

    So how come it lost 2 million viewers in the last half hour??

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Bill Gorman

    Brad (and others), As the old saying goes, mistakes were made. The correct number is there now.

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Bill Gorman

    Brad (and others), As the old saying goes, mistakes were made. The correct number is there now.

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