|Total Viewers (million)||12.04||11.27||11.19||10.74||3.56||.75|
|Rating/Share: Adults 18-49||4.5/11||3.9/9||2.6/6||4.9/12||1.5/4||0.2/0|
|Rating/Share: Adults 18-34||4.0/11||3.0/8||1.6/4||5.7/15||1.5/4||0.2/1|
I'll get the 18-34 and Univision information added in a bit, but wanted to go ahead and get something posted. Now added.
Update: I should've added this blurb from Fox regarding last night's The Simpson numbers. My focus on being as fast as possible often gets the best of me:
On Sunday FOX's annual Treehouse of Horror episode of THEimpressed with a 6.2/15 among Adults 18-49. This is THE highest-rated episode in almost five years among Adults 18-49 (since 1/11/04, excluding the post- telecast on 2/6/05) and in Total Viewers (since 2/22/04, also excluding the post-SB telecast.) THE won its half hour among Adults 18-49, Total Viewers, Adults 18-34/25-54, Teens and virtually all key demos. THE is projected to be the highest rated program of the night among Adults 18-49, outperforming NBC's .
I'm still not sure what to make of the Daylights Savings Time theory. A Sunday night of mixed leadership with football-fueled NBC number one in total viewers but fourth place (in viewers) Fox number one among 18-49 year olds with its animated lineup. The Simpsons scored over a 6.0 in the 18-49 demo, something I had not seen in a long while.doing so well without any football overrun. I'm sticking with
CBS did fine in total viewers, but Sunday nights without football overrun showcase the older skewing nature of the network. But, despite this showcasing, through last week CBS has been the number one network among 18-49 year olds so far this season. hit its season low numbers though when it came to household .
While improved slightly versus last week's numbers, both in total viewers and the demo.isn't what it used to be, it still is strong for ABC, especially in the 18-49 demo and it
|Net||Show||Viewers (Millons)||18-49 Rating/Share||18-34 Rating/Share|
|FOX||Football Overrun Giants/ Cowboys||15.68||6.1/16||5.7/18|
|NBC||Football Night in America||6.84||2.5/7||1.9/6|
|CW||In Harms Way||0.84||.2/1||0.3/1|
|NBC||Football Night in America||11.54||4.1/10||3.4/9|
|UNI||Show de los Seunos||3.85||1.6/4||1.5/4|
|FOX||King of the Hill||8.60||4.3/10||5.2/14|
|UNI||Show de los Seunos||4.01||1.7/4||1.7/4|
|ABC||Brothers & Sisters||9.72||3.4/9||2.6/7|
|UNI||Show de los Seunos||3.58||1.5/4||1.6/4|
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