|Total Viewers (million)||11.724||10.484||5.748||4.776||2.704||1.000|
|Rating/Share: Adults 18-49||2.7/7||3.5/9||1.8/5||2.2/6||1.1/3||0.2/1|
|Rating/Share: Adults 18-34||1.7/5||2.7/8||1.4/4||2.6/8||1.2/4||0.1/1|
The series premiere of NBC's Kings didn't even come close to the throne on Sunday. It finished 4th or lower in both adult demos from 8-10pm. It did significantly worse than the premiere of Celebrity Apprentice two weeks ago, and was NBC's second worst premiere this season, besting only the lowly Chopping Block. Update: NY Magazine says Kings is a mini-series. I don't see that confirmed anywhere else though. Will keep checking.
On a night when everyone brought new episodes, it was ABC, lead by, winning the adult demos for the night, but Fox's animated lineup weighed down by an hour of Hole in the Wall was only a tick behind for adults 18-34.
ABC was up on the night vs. last Sunday. nearly identical to last weeks numbers.was the top demo performer for the night, although down a bit from its season averages for new episodes. The CBS lineup was near its season averages and
The Fox animated line up was close to last weeks numbers, but slid 20% in the 18-49 demo from last week.gained 0.2 ratings points in each demo. Weighed down by royalty (both fictional and self-imagined), NBC plunged vs. even its modest numbers from last week, as Kings flopped and The Donald's Celebrity Apprentice
You can see overnight reports for past Sundays to compare.
|Time||Net||Show||Viewers Live+SD (000s)||18-49 Rating||18-49 Share||18-34 Rating||18-34 Share|
|FOX||Hole in the Wall||1,864||0.7||2||0.7||3|
|UNI||Fútbol Mexicano:Santos vs. Toluca||1,377||0.6||2||0.6||2|
|FOX||Hole in the Wall||2,406||0.9||3||1.0||4|
|UNI||Fútbol Mexicano:Santos vs. Toluca||1,759||0.8||2||0.9||3|
|UNI||Nuestra Belleza Latina||2,597||1.0||3||1.0||3|
|FOX||King of the Hill||5,377||2.4||6||2.8||9|
|UNI||Nuestra Belleza Latina||3,239||1.3||3||1.3||4|
|UNI||Nuestra Belleza Latina||3,591||1.5||4||1.5||4|
|UNI||Nuestra Belleza Latina||3,809||1.6||4||1.6||4|
|ABC||Brothers & Sisters||11,015||3.8||10||3.2||9|
|UNI||¿Quién Tiene la Razón?||2,675||1.0||3||1.1||3|
|ABC||Brothers & Sisters||10,143||3.5||9||3.0||9|
|UNI||¿Quién Tiene la Razón?||2,585||1.0||3||1.1||3|
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