A month ago when I asked the question "If NBC Can Get A 1.8 Rating With A Matt Lauer Interview, Why Do They Need 'Chuck'?" many commenters scoffed. "[U]nless matt interviews a controversial president/ex president every week. the ratings would hardly hold" was the general tone of many responses.
Tonight's the season premiere of NBC's
Broadcast competition comparisons with recent weeks will be uneven, CBS is all new tonight after being in repeats last week. Instead of its regular line up, Fox has The American Country Awards. ABC has the ratings disaster for 90 minutes like last week. The CW has its regular line up. The Pats/Jets matchup is likely far more ratings attractive than last week's 49ers/Cardinals, but I assume the rest of the cable competition is similar.
What will the ratings for tonight'stell us about the future of Chuck (and , but nobody seems to care much about )?