|Total Viewers (million)||18.65||15.65||9.70||5.67||4.36||.95|
|Rating/Share: Adults 18-49||7.3/17||3.2/8||3.5/9||2.1/5||1.7/4||0.4/1|
|Rating/Share: Adults 18-34||6.4/17||2.1/6||2.8/8||1.9/5||1.8/5||0.4/1|
I'm not one who thinks that because to last week's for , but the difference this week is that Idol did a bit better because it didn't have the inauguration as competition.is losing 50% of its lead in that it's a disappointment. This week's performance was almost identical
Keeping in mind that the numbers will change because there's a minute or two ofrolling over into , averaged 12.091 million and a 4.8/11 ( /share) among 18-49 year olds, second in the hour to NBC's The (12.92, 5.0/12). Again, the half hourly drops were noticeable for Fringe going from 13.206 million and a 5.2/12 the first half hour to 10.975 million and a 4.3/10. Minus the small portion of included in the first half hour the gap wouldn't be as wide and based on last year, I'd have to guess FOX feels pretty good about Fringe, even the second half hour.
A new episode ofimpressively still pulled 19.04 million and a 3.9/10 up against at 8pm. Over 1/3rd of the 18-49 year old watching TV from 9pm-10pm were watching either American Idol or .
The's performance in a rerun at 9pm was impressive, first overall in viewers with 15.13 million though third among 18-49 year olds (2.9/7), but still better than a new episode of Without a Trace at 10pm (12.76 million 2.7/7)
|Time||Net||Show||Viewers (Millons)||18-49 Rating/Share||18-34 Rating/Share|
|NBC||The Biggest Loser: Couples||9.07||3.2/8||2.7/7|
|UNI||Cuidado con el Angel||4.70||1.9/5||2.1/6|
|NBC||The Biggest Loser: Couples||12.92||4.9/12||4.0/10|
|UNI||Fuego en la Sangre||5.15||2.0/5||2.1/5|
|10:00||CBS||Without a Trace||12.76||2.7/7||1.7/5|
|NBC||Law & Order:(R)||7.12||2.5/6||1.8/5|
|ABC||Primetime: What Would You Do?||6.31||2.3/6||1.8/5|
|UNI||Aqui y Ahora||3.24||1.3/3||1.3/4|
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