|Total Viewers (million)||8.364||6.971||5.555||5.387||4.127||1.117|
|Rating/Share: Adults 18-49||2.4/7||2.2/6||2.0/6||1.7/5||1.6/4||0.4/1|
|Rating/Share: Adults 18-34||1.7/5||1.9/6||1.9/6||1.4/4||1.8/5||0.5/2|
CBS reruns won on Monday night for viewers and adults 19-49 against mostly repeat pre-holiday competition, but were given a fight by ABC's own reruns of Shrek the Halls and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory which tied for the win in the adults 18-34 demo with Fox. The second outing of NBC's Momma's Boys proved to be a show only their mothers could love, trailing even weak competition badly in both hours. It was down significantly from its debut last Tuesday.
In the other first runs on English broadcast TV, NBC's 2008: Today Looks Back special found very few demo viewers from 8-9. And a new episode of Fox's Prison Break could boast of only beating Momma's Boys, a very small consolation.
Check out last Monday's ratings here.
|Time||Net||Show||Viewers Live+SD (Millons)||18-49 Rating/Share||18-34 Rating/Share|
|8:00||CBS||The Big Bang Theory (repeat)||7.425||2.4/7||1.7/6|
|ABC||Shrek the Halls (repeat)||6.975||2.0/6||1.6/5|
|NBC||2008: Today Looks Back||6.198||1.6/5||1.0/3|
|UNI||Cuidado con el Angel||4.512||1.7/5||2.0/6|
|CW||Gossip Girl (repeat)||1.313||0.5/1||0.7/1|
|8:30||CBS||How I Met Your Mother (repeat)||7.061||2.5/7||2.0/6|
|ABC||Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (repeat)||6.092||1.8/5||1.5/5|
|9:00||CBS||Two And A Half Men (repeat)||11.785||3.5/10||2.4/7|
|ABC||Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (repeat)||7.482||2.4/6||2.1/6|
|UNI||Fuego en la Sangre||4.850||1.9/5||2.2/6|
|CW||One Tree Hill (repeat)||0.922||0.3/1||0.2/1|
|9:30||CBS||Worst Week (repeat)||6.868||2.0/5||1.3/4|
|10:00||CBS||CSI Miami (repeat)||8.523||2.0/5||1.2/3|
|ABC||Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (repeat)||6.987||2.3/6||1.9/5|
|UNI||Una Navidad Cristina||3.021||1.1/3||1.2/4|
Shows are sorted by viewers in each time slot. Timeslot demo winners are in bold.
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