|Scoreboard for Mon. March 31, 2008|
|Total Viewers (million)||14.54||12.71||7.95||7.07||1.19|
|Rating/Share: Adults 18-49||4.0/10||4.4/11||2.4/6||2.4/6||0.5/1|
ABC took the most viewers averaging almost two million more viewers than rival CBS. But, words rarely typed on this website, CBS took the 18-49 demo from ABC despite having fewer viewers. With all new episodes, CBS is getting very consistent performance from its Monday night lineup featuring two hours worth of comedy and: Miami.
The bloom may be off therose, but its fans haven't noticed. : Miami was the most watched show on CBS all night averaging 15.53 million in the 10pm hour. I wish people would stop whining about how hard it is to get viewers at 10pm. CBS had more viewers from 10pm-11pm than any of the earlier hours.
While everyone's raving aboutand I'll go ahead and rave too, just because it has Kaley C. and even I have to admit Jim Parsons is funny. But this show is the night's weakest link both in viewers and the demo for CBS. It will certainly get more time to build an audience, but if it has numbers like this next season - it's no shoe-in.
Props to Julia Louis-Drefyus for breaking the "ex-Seinfeld" cast member stigma. The New Adventures of Old Christine is starting to stand on its own two legs very nicely, although last night was buoyed by an appearance of her old cast mate, Jason Alexander. But all hail the Men,, while trailing : Miami in viewers had the best 18-49 demo of any show on television last night with a 5.3/13, which surpassed the 5.0/13 pulled by , which cleared 20 million viewers for its 90 minute installment. Coming out of Dancing was : London Calling, whose numbers will likely be adjusted down in the finals because DWTS ran into the 10pm hour - and it lost more than half of the DWTS audience without the adjustment...
Your dad may be better than my dad (bet on it) but My Dad is Better Than Your Dad is stinking it up for NBC. Deal or No Deal didn't reach the ten million mark, but that almost 10 million can stand to watch that show for an hour is surreal to me. Still it more than doubled "Dad's" lead-in. Deserving credit at the peacock network is Medium in the 10pm slot which held on to most of Deal or No Deal's lead-in (plus it does very well w/DVR viewers). Now in its fourth season, Medium has a loyal and consistent following. Its 18-49 numbers aren't great but... I don't believe I would have ever even heard of this show if not for doing this web site. It has no buzz, no promotion, no nothing. Just a stable base of over 10 million viewers (with DVR) who watch it religiously.
Over on FOX, Mark Berman says that New Amsterdam fits nicely out of House. I say a REPEAT of House had almost a million more viewers and outperformed New Amsterdam in the 18-49 demo as well. Not so good, but perhaps not bad for those of us who want to see the return of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
Monday night's details:
|Time||Network||Show||Viewers (Millons)||18-49 Rating/Share||HH Rating|
|NBC||My Dad is Better than Your Dad||4.36||1.34||2.6|
|FOX||House (R )||7.51||2.6/7||4.8|
|CW||Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious||1.27||0.6/1||0.9|
|NBC||Deal or No Deal||9.95||2.7/7||6.4|
|9:30||CBS||New Adv. of Old Christine||12.41||4.4/11||8.1|
|ABC||: London Calling 9:30p-11p||8.8||2.9/7||6|
Nielsen Ratings Source: Nielsen Media Research. Full night's results available via Marc Berman/Mediaweek.
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