White Collar Ends First Season On An Up Note; Southland Going Down

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March 10th, 2010

Tuesday night's season one finale of White Collar ended on an up note, with a 1.4 rating  with adults 18-49 (1.854 million) and 4.035 million total viewers.   That was a 27 percent improvement from the previous week with adults 18-49 and 16 percent improvement in total viewers.   Additionally, 1.866 million adults 25-54 were watching.  It was the #1 show of the day on cable as well as the #1 show in primetime, edging out MTV's 16 and Pregnant by 18 percent.

Season two of White Collar will kick off sometime this summer.

Last night TNT aired the second new episode from season two of Southland.  It averaged a .7 rating with adults 18-49  (968,000) and 2.055 million viewers overall.  That's down about 30% versus last week's 1.0 adults 18-49 rating and down about 18% with total viewers.   Sure, TNT loves the cast and crew, but do they love these ratings?

 
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