|Total Viewers (million)||7.68||5.67||4.38||3.86||2.91||1.09|
|/Share: Adults 18-49||2.3/7||2.0/6||1.5/5||1.6/5||1.0/3||0.6/2|
Hi folks, sorry the write up is late, I was at the dentists this morning...nothing painful, just a regular checkup, but speaking of pain: OUCH. Ouch. Shame on you ABC, that's just pitiful. Up against the Teen Choice 2008 awards High School Musical: Get Into the Picture couldn't break into the three millions and Wanna Bet did even worse. The 10pm hour with The Mole was the only hour ABC beat Univision and then, just barely and UNI had better 18-49 demo numbers. I read on the Internet that Dr. Horrible's Neil Patrick Harris loves The Mole, but at this point I wouldn't be at all surprised to find out more people have watched Dr. Horrible this summer.
As usual, CBS' Monday night lineup of Monday night reruns stomped all over the competition. The Teen Choice awards had mediocre performance for FOX between 8p-10p. The two hour season finale of American Gladiators didn't pack ‘em in, either with less than 5.5 million viewers, but it still managed a 2.0 in the 18-49 demo so it's not unthinkable that it will be back.
The season finale of Congratulations to Melissa Lawson for winning the contest. It's not a show I watched, but the move to NBC from USA seems to have made sense. It did much, much better on NBC. While I can't tell you exactly how much because I don't have numbers for last year on USA,, I can tell you it did at least 66% better on the broadcast network, and perhaps much more.Star with 6.34 million viewers did better than American Gladiators, but slightly worse than AG in the 18-49.
|Time||Net||Show||Viewers (Millons)||18-49 Rating/Share|
|8:00||ABC||HSM: Get in the Picture||2.87||0.8/3|
|FOX||Teen Choice 2008||4.36||1.5/5|
|UNI||Al Diablo con los Guapos||4.07||1.7/6|
|FOX||Teen Choice 2008||4.41||1.5/4|
|UNI||Fuego en la Sangre||4.51||1.9/5|
|9:30||CBS||New Adventures of Old Christine (R )||7.52||2.4/4|
|CBS||: Miami (R )||7.90||2.1/6|
Nielsen Ratings Source: Nielsen Media Research. Source Marc Berman/Mediaweek.
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