TV Ratings Tuesday: No Ordinary Family Premieres Well; Glee, Hope, NCIS:LA Up; Dancing, Biggest Loser, Parenthood Fall
The super heroes of No Ordinary Family premiered with ABC’s best new series rating so far this fall, a 3.1 for adults 18-49. That was down 40% from the premiere of the shooting star that was V, but the first rookie debut to not immediately go on the critical list for them. Dancing With The Stars: Results fell 16% vs. last week to a 3.7 adults 18-49 rating. Detroit 1-8-7 may be slipping towards the morgue, its 2.2 adults 18-49 rating was down 4% from last week.
Glee’s 5.8 adults 18-49 rating (Britney Spears aided!) was up 4% from last week to a series high. Last night’s Glee was Fox’s highest rated Fall live-action comedy telecast in eight years among Adults 18-49 (since 10/29/02, That 70’s Show) and nine years among Total Viewers (since 11/18/01, Malcolm in the Middle).
Raising Hope rose 3% to a 3.2 adults 18-49 rating. Running Wilde didn’t share in the Fox fun though, falling 13% to a 2.1 adults 18-49 rating.
Note that both Detroit 1-8-7 and Raising Hope had overruns from the earlier (and more highly rated) hour, increasing the chances they will be adjusted down in the final ratings.
The season premiere of The Good Wife drew a 2.5 adults 18-49 rating. That was down 19% from its season premiere last fall (9/22). NCIS was stable vs. last week with a 4.0 adults 18-49 rating, while NCIS: LA rose 9% to a 3.7 rating vs. its 2 hour premiere last week.
NBC’s The Biggest Loser fell 7% vs. last week to a 2.7 adults 18-49 rating, while at 10pm Parenthood’s 2.0 adults 18-49 rating was down 17% vs. last week to a series low for an original episode.
The CW’s One Tree Hill 1.6 women 18-34 rating was down a tenth of a point (6%) from last week, while Life Unexpected’s 1.1 women 18-34 rating was down two tenths (15%) .
Fox topped the night with the advertiser and revenue important adults 18-49 ratings, while CBS lead with average viewership.
Late night results are below the primetime table.
Broadcast primetime ratings for Tuesday, September 28, 2010:
|Time||Net||Show||18-49 Rating||18-49 Share||Viewers Live+SD (million)|
|ABC||No Ordinary Family (premiere)||2.9||9||10.079|
|NBC||The Biggest Loser||2.3||7||6.577|
|CW||One Tree Hill||0.9||3||1.850|
|ABC||No Ordinary Family (premiere)||3.3||9||11.010|
|NBC||The Biggest Loser||2.5||7||6.917|
|CW||One Tree Hill||0.9||3||1.792|
|ABC||Dancing With The Stars||3.5||9||16.448|
|NBC||The Biggest Loser||3.0||8||7.630|
|9:30||ABC||Dancing With The Stars||3.9||10||17.738|
|NBC||The Biggest Loser||2.9||8||7.416|
|10:00||CBS||The Good Wife (premiere)||2.6||7||13.295|
|10:30||CBS||The Good Wife (premiere)||2.4||7||12.492|
via NBC press note:
In Late-Night Metered Markets Tuesday night:
- In Nielsen’s 56 metered markets, household results were: “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” 2.6/7; CBS’s “Late Show with David Letterman,” 3.0/8; and ABC’s combo of “Nightline,” 3.3/8; and “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” 1.6/5.
- In the 25 markets with Local People Meters, adult 18-49 results were: “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” 1.0/4; “Late Show,” 0.9/4; “Nightline,” 1.2/5; and “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” 0.6/3.
- At 12:35 a.m., “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” (1.3/5 in metered-market households) trailed CBS’s “Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” (1.5/5). In the 25 markets with Local People Meters, “Late Night” (0.6/3 in 18-49) topped “Late Late Show” (0.5/3).
- At 1:35 a.m., Last Call with Carson Daly” averaged a 0.8/4 in metered-market households and a 0.4/3 in adults 18-49 in the 25 markets with local people meters.
NOTE: All national ratings are “live plus same day” from Nielsen Media Research unless otherwise indicated.
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