TV Ratings Friday: CSI: NY Tops Night; Blue Bloods Still Strong; Good Guys Up, But… + Smallville, Supernatural
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CBS won the night with adults 18-49 and viewers as CSI: NY led the night with a 1.9 adults 18-49 rating to go along with its 9.87 million viewers. Blue Bloods was down, but not out with a 1.8 adults 18-49 rating and just over 11 million viewers.
Fueled by Dateline, NBC was second on the night with adults 18-49 despite another 1.0 (same as last week) with adults 18-49 for Outlaw.
CW was third, ahead of ABC and Fox with Smallville and Supernatural each pulling a 1.0 rating with adults 18-49. Smallville had 2.374 million viewers and Supernatural had 2.284 million. Supernatural was behind Fox’s Good Guys’ 2.37 million, but Supernatural won where it mattered (with adults 18-49) as Fox’s Good Guys’ could muster only a 0.8 rating. That is up .1 from last week’s 0.7 though.
Medium had a 1.2 rating with adults 18-49 and 6.1 million viewers.
Overnight broadcast primetime ratings for Friday, October 8, 2010:
|Time||Net||Show||18-49 Rating/Sh||Viewers (Millions)|
|ABC||Modern Family (R)||1.0/4||3.89|
|8:30||ABC||The Middle (R)||0.9/3||3.03|
|ABC||No Ordinary Family (R)||0.9/3||3.04|
|FOX||The Good Guys||0.8/3||2.37|
NOTE: All national ratings are “live plus same day” from Nielsen Media Research unless otherwise indicated.
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