|Rating: Adults 18-49||3.1/8||2.6/7||2.5/6||2.4/6||1.5/4||0.5/1|
|Rating: Adults 18-34||2.5/7||1.6/5||2.6/7||1.4/4||1.7/5||0.6/2|
|Total Viewers (million)||8.446||10.720||6.502||12.137||3.758||1.138|
Against CBS and CW repeats, NBC topped the Tuesday night ratings lead by's 3.7 adults 18-49 . Charlie Brown fans rejoice as Great Pumpkin beats .
With CBS repeats and the strength of It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, ABC has its best Tuesday in a while. Could a regular Peanuts series be far behind? Sadly, as it has much of the season, again got the rock, down 15% in the 18-49 demo from last week to a 2.9 rating. Against a repeat the forgotten finally won its hour, up 5% to a still pitiful 2.0 rating in the adults 18-49 demo.
While NBC did win the night, and when it got crushed.was the top rated show in the 18-49 demo, the show was still down 5% from last week. The Jay Leno Show performed (flat vs. last week) as NBC publicly expected, tieing a CBS repeat, unlike Monday
Fox'swas flat in the 18-49 demo vs. its last Tuesdays airing. It shares few potential viewers with the duo, and failed to benefit from their repeats.
CBS and CW were entirely in repeats for the night.
|Time||Net||Show||18-49 Rating||18-49 Share||Viewers Live+SD (million)|
|ABC||It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (special)||2.9||8||9.327|
|ABC||It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (special)||2.6||7||8.487|
|FOX||So You Think You Can Dance||2.5||6||6.410|
|CBS||: Los Angeles (repeat)||2.3||6||11.646|
|CW||Melrose Place (repeat)||0.4||1||0.898|
|9:30||NBC||The Biggest Loser||4.3||11||10.613|
|FOX||So You Think You Can Dance||2.4||6||5.930|
|CBS||NCIS: Los Angeles (repeat)||2.1||5||10.511|
|CW||Melrose Place (repeat)||0.4||1||0.791|
|NBC||The Jay Leno Show||1.9||5||6.299|
|NBC||The Jay Leno Show||1.7||5||5.479|
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