|: Adults 18-49||3.8/10||3.6/10||2.9/8||2.2/6||1.4/4||1.0/3|
|Rating: Adults 18-34||3.3/10||2.3/7||2.3/7||1.5/4||1.6/5||1.3/4|
|Total Viewers (million)||7.962||16.159||7.917||8.800||3.569||1.890|
With the finale of Hell's Kitchen delivering a 3.8 adults 18-49 rating (up 19% over its May, 2009 finale), Fox notched its first Tuesday night win of the season.
Fox made a big jump on the night due to the Hell's Kitchen finale, CBS and the CW were stable overall vs. last week, while ABC was up its Tuesdays are still startlingly weak and NBC took the brunt of the losses vs. Fox gains.
ABC was up across the board vs. last Tuesday. was up 7% in the adults 18-49 ratings vs. last week to a 1.6 rating, was up 8% to a 2.8 rating, and the forgotten was up 5% to a 2.0 rating.
For CBS,was up 2% in the adults 18-49 ratings vs. last Tuesday to a 4.4 rating, while :LA was down 3% to a 3.5 rating and The was down 7% to a 2.7 rating.
Both NBC shows took hits,was down 8% from last week to a 3.4 rating, and The Jay Leno Show was down 14% to a 1.8 rating, its lowest Tuesday rating this season.
For the CW, 90210 was steady in the 18-49 demo (1.2 rating) and down a tick in women 18-34 (2.3 rating vs. 2.4), and Melrose Place sank to a 0.8 adults 18-49 rating from a 0.9 last week, and was down to a 1.3 rating for women 18-34 from a 1.5 rating last week. Heather Locklear can't arrive soon enough (not that it's likely to do any good).
|Time||Net||Show||18-49 Rating||18-49 Share||Viewers Live+SD (million)|
|CBS||: Los Angeles||3.6||9||15.849|
|CBS||NCIS: Los Angeles||3.4||9||14.794|
|NBC||The Jay Leno Show||2.0||6||6.339|
|NBC||The Jay Leno Show||1.7||5||5.219|
No late night results to report because of technical problems.
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