TV Ratings Wednesday: America’s Got Talent Steady, So You Think You Can Dance Falls
NBC’s America’s Got Talent drew the same rating as its Tuesday episode this week, and while Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance fell vs. last Wednesday, it kept Fox’s overall adults 18-49 average first on the night.
NBC’s new 9pm America’s Got Talent garnered a 3.0 adults 18-49 rating which was even with this week’s Tuesday episode, and was the highest rated show on the night., but with repeats in the other 2 hours, NBC’s average was dragged down.
Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance’s 2.6 adults 18-49 rating was down 13% from last Wednesday’s 3.0, but by itself kept Fox’s nightly average on top.
CBS’ TV’s Greatest Surprises: A Paley Center For Media Special managed a 1.4 adults 18-49 rating.
And ABC’s Happy Town burnoff continues to perform woefully, down 25% from last week to just a 0.6 adults 18-49 rating.
|Time||Net||Show||18-49 Rating||18-49 Share||Viewers Live+SD (million)|
|8:00||FOX||So You Think You Can Dance||2.5||9||6.255|
|NBC||America’s Got Talent (repeat)||1.5||6||6.372|
|CBS||TV’s Greatest Surprises (special)||1.3||5||6.308|
|ABC||The Middle (repeat)||0.9||3||3.775|
|CW||America’s Next Top Model (repeat)||0.6||2||1.382|
|8:30||FOX||So You Think You Can Dance||2.5||9||6.284|
|NBC||America’s Got Talent (repeat)||1.7||6||7.005|
|CBS||TV’s Greatest Surprises (special)||1.4||5||6.404|
|ABC||The Middle (repeat)||1.1||4||4.087|
|CW||America’s Next Top Model (repeat)||0.5||2||1.361|
|9:00||NBC||America’s Got Talent||2.8||9||10.702|
|FOX||So You Think You Can Dance||2.8||9||6.784|
|CBS||TV’s Greatest Surprises (special)||1.6||5||6.981|
|ABC||Modern Family (repeat)||1.4||4||4.399|
|CW||America’s Next Top Model (repeat)||0.5||2||1.190|
|9:30||NBC||America’s Got Talent||3.2||10||12.182|
|FOX||So You Think You Can Dance||2.7||8||6.678|
|CBS||Rules of Engagement (repeat)||1.3||4||4.430|
|ABC||Cougar Town (repeat)||1.0||3||3.226|
|CW||America’s Next Top Model (repeat)||0.5||2||1.344|
|10:00||NBC||Law & Order SVU (repeat)||1.6||5||6.336|
|CBS||Criminal Minds (repeat)||1.6||5||6.103|
|10:30||CBS||Criminal Minds (repeat)||1.7||5||6.508|
|NBC||Law & Order SVU (repeat)||1.6||5||6.153|
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