|Total Viewers (million)||17.88||12.07||11.85||4.03||3.75||2.26|
|/Share: Adults 18-49||4.6/12||4.3/11||4.0/11||1.6/4||1.3/3||1.2/3|
|Rating/Share: Adults 18-34||3.6/10||3.7/11||3.0/9||1.7/5||0.9/3||1.6/5|
was the night's most-watched show though it slipped from a 6.1/15 with adults 18-49 last week in its premiere to . There are a lot of good things about being the Woz, and one of them is apparently that you can dance just as well with a broken foot as you can with two good feet.
ABC won the night in total viewers and adults 18-49, and FOX took the 18-34 demographic. CBS was third across the board. NBC was beaten by Univision and I know those were repeats but you look at the numbers and wonder if it's possible that Jeff Zucker really still thinks Ben Silverman is a rock star. This guy is raking in the cash while killing the network. Nobody ever said life was fair.
was on par with last week's premiere, and as with last week, it's numbers will come down when the finals are released because it contained a couple of minutes of .
Though CBS was third for the night, its comedy block still performed impressively and althoughhad more viewers, bested it by a 10th of a point in adults 18-49.
I have to give some props to 24. The old crusty terrorist annihilator has some legs.
After a long break, to the last new airing on February 2, 2009. Groundhog Day!and were back, and you look at the numbers and at first glance they hit you as "wow, that long break wasn't good for the CW!", but the loyal fan bases of these shows, sparse though they may seem are pretty loyal and the numbers were nearly identical
The CW advises that W18-34 rating (2.6/7) was on par with the February 2 results as well. Though Bill and I aren't completely aligned when it comes to the subject of the CW, we both believe those numbers (including February 2) have to be at least a little disappointing.
House moving to Mondays wasn't good for the's complexion and is even more popular with women 18-34 than House. came in fourth among women 18-34 for the hour.
|Time||Net||Show||Viewers (Millons)||18-49 Rating/Share||18-34 Rating/Share|
|8:00||ABC||Dancing with the Stars||20.07||5.0/14||3.8/12|
|CBS||The Big Bang Theory||9.76||3.7/11||2.7/9|
|UNI||Cuidado con el Angel||4.23||1.6/4||1.8/5|
|CBS||Two and a Half Men||14.02||4.8/12||3.3/9|
|UNI||Manana Es Para Siempre||4.57||1.9/5||2.1/6|
|CW||One Tree Hill||2.27||1.2/3||1.7/5|
|9:30||CBS||Rules of Engagement||11.41||4.0/10||2.7/7|
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