|Rating/Share: Adults 18-49||1.6/5||1.5/5||1.2/4||1.1/4||0.9/3|
|Total Viewers (million)||9.140||5.632||4.701||2.484||2.845|
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All ratings discussed below are for the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 unless otherwise specified.
The CW's Smallville was one of the two shows to increase its ratings on Friday night and finished only a tenth behind CBS's Medium at 8pm. CBS topped the night in both the important adults 18-49 ratings as well as the press release friendly average viewership. Note that ABC's vastly less expensive unscripted line up finished just a tenth behind CBS, call it an accountants victory!
It was up and down for the CW on the night as Smallville's season high tieing 1.3 rating rose 18% vs. last week's 1.1 rating, perhaps due to the Teri Hatcher guest star appearance, while Supernatural's 0.9 rating was down 18%.
ABC's Supernanny was even with last week's 1.2 rating. Primetime: What Would You Do? scored a 1.9 rating, up a tenth to lead the night, and topping CBS' CSI:NY. 20/20's 1.6 rating was down a tenth from last week.
NBC's School Pride continued its woeful ratings, equalling last week's 0.6 rating. While Dateline NBC's 1.4 rating was up a tenth from last week.
CBS's scripted line up was down across the board, as Medium fell a tenth to a 1.4 rating. CSI:NY dropped 15% to a season low tieing 1.7 rating, and Blue Bloods was down 11% to a series low 1.6 rating.
The Good Guys, its run soon over, was down a tenth of a point to a 0.7 rating.
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Overnight broadcast primetime ratings for Friday, November 12, 2010:
|Time||Net||Show||18-49 Rating||18-49 Share||Viewers Live+SD (Millons)|
|FOX||HOUSE - R||1.0||4||3.25|
|FOX||HOUSE - R||1.0||3||3.35|
|9:00||ABC||PRIMETIME: WHAT WOULD YO||1.7||6||6.09|
|FOX||THE GOOD GUYS||0.8||3||2.48|
|9:30||ABC||PRIMETIME: WHAT WOULD YO||2.0||7||6.50|
|FOX||THE GOOD GUYS||0.7||2||2.30|
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