|/Share: Adults 18-49||1.6/5||1.6/5||1.5/5||1.3/4||1.0/3|
|Total Viewers (million)||10.082||4.003||6.507||4.143||2.228|
More people were in the mood for broadcast television this Friday than last as many shows saw gains.
Fox and CBS tied for the lead in adults 18-49 as, and and others saw gains versus last week.
rose 13% to a 1.7 adults 18-49 rating and was up 7% to a 1.5 rating.
and each rose 11% from last week with each scoring a 1.0 rating in adults 18-49.
1.3 rating in adults 18-49 was up 18% vs last week and. : NY was up 12% versus last Friday to a 1.8 adults 18-49 rating. In its return to Friday originals at 10pm, scored a 1.6 rating.
Primetime? was up 23% from its last original on February 4 to a 1.6 adults 18-49 rating.
Overnight broadcast primetime ratings for Friday, February 11, 2011:
|Time||Net||Show||18-49 Rating/Sh||Viewers (Millions)|
|NBC||Who Do You Think You Are||1.2/5||5.77|
|NBC||Who Do You Think You Are||1.3/4||5.99|
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