|Rating/Share: Adults 18-49||5.4/15||2.7/7||2.6/7||1.8/5||1.5/4||1.1/3|
|Rating/Share: Adults 18-34||4.1/12||2.4/7||1.8/5||2.0/6||1.0/3||1.3/4|
|Total Viewers (million)||16.34||6.70||10.09||4.44||5.65||2.59|
Powered by the one hourresults show, FOX won the night across the board. FOX's 5.4/14 adults 18-49 /share led its closest competition (ABC) by 100%.
At 8pm, CBS got pretty decent results from I Get That a Lot (3.4/10, 10.3M viewers) and aired reruns of did much better than the canceled Chopping Block last week), the penultimate episode of the season (and likely series) of Life (1.5/4, 5.57M) and a rerun of Law & Order.and : NY the rest of the night. NBC led off with a rerun of Law & Order: CI (which
Over on ABC, Scrubs (1.9/6) outperformed Better Off Ted (1.8/5) and Lost (4.2/10) came in second to(8.1/20) at 9pm. Although Lost went head-to-head with , it was the second most-watched program with adults 18-49 for the night.
The series finale of Life on Mars seems to have rubbed a few viewers the wrong way (I was OK with how they wrapped it up) and came in second at 10pm (2.1/6) but keep in mind that it was up against repeats and these numbers also have a couple of minutes of Lost in them that will be pulled out in the finals.
Over on the CW America'sranked number one in its time period among women 18-34 (3.0/10) and tied for second in adults 18-34 (1.9/6). ANTM improved over last week by 25% with women 18-34. I continue to wonder if reruns of 90210 are the best use of the ANTM lead-in. I know they want to build viewers for 90210, but it strikes me as a wasted opportunity.
|Time||Net||Show||18-49 Rating/Share||18-34 Rating/Share||Viewers (Millons)|
|8:00||CBS||I Get That a Lot||3.4/11||2.3/8||10.34|
|NBC||Law & Order: CI (R)||1.3/4||.9/3||5.06|
|8:30||ABC||Better of Ted||1.8/5||1.7/5||4.71|
|ABC||Life on Mars||2.1/6||1.6/5||5.86|
|NBC||Law & Order (R)||1.7/5||1.2/4||6.32|
Shows are sorted by Adults 18-49 rating in each time slot.
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