Tuesday Final Ratings: 'The L.A. Complex' Adjusted Up

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August 22nd, 2012

The L.A. Complex was adjusted up a tenth among adults 18-49 versus the preliminary Tuesday broadcast ratings.


Broadcast primetime final ratings for Tuesday:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating/Sh Viewers (Millions)
8:00 NBC America's Got Talent (8-10PM) 2.5/8 9.90
FOX MasterChef - R 1.3/4 3.32
CBS NCIS - R 1.2/4 8.09
ABC The Middle - R 0.8/3 3.09
CW Hart of Dixie - R 0.3/1 0.81
8:30 ABC Last Man Standing - R 0.8/3 2.78
9:00 FOX MasterChef 2.4/7 5.99
CBS NCIS: Los Angeles- R 1.1/3 7.15
ABC Happy Endings - R 0.8/2 2.11
CW The L.A. Complex 0.3/1 0.58
9:30 ABC Don't Trust the B in Apt. 23 - R 0.6/2 1.70
10:00 NBC Go On - R 1.4/4 4.76
CBS The Mentalist - R 1.1/3 6.29
ABC NY Med 1.0/3 4.13
10:30 NBC Animal Practice - R 1.0/3 3.55

Nielsen TV Ratings Data: ©2012 The Nielsen Company. All Rights Reserved.

  • Aniin

    Isn’t this the last episode in the timeslot before it moves to Monday or something? (LA Complex)

  • Dillan

    YES! Go LA Complex!

  • Observer

    Yes! Please go.

  • Greg

    Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 was a rerun, right?

  • Getmilk

    Horay! lol. At least it was stable with last week. And yes, this show moves to 8pm/7central on Mondays starting next week.

  • panda22

    WO HOO!…LAC adjusted up, hey…like Tesco’s…every little helps! :)

  • Walker

    Oh, thank god. Those original numbers could have ended The LA Complex.

  • JD

    Niceeeee! I really hope the move to Monday doesn’t kill it…

  • Paul

    The fact that the Go On repeat did well for a repeat for a comedy at 10 pm in the middle of summer means this show might be a hit.

  • Sid

    I’m curious to see how the show will perform on it’s new Monday 8/7c slot. If it keeps this up, I could see CW bringing it back for some more episodes(of course that all depends on if Much Music renews it).

  • david

    Good to see The La Complex go up. Thanks i was not aware of the move to Mondays for the show.

  • Getmilk

    So many nice comments about LAC. Are these sock puppets? Lol.

    Btw Sid, you should read this tweet from Stephen Stophn, executive producer of the show…


  • HG

    ohh when NCIS and The Mentalist were together in Tuesdays.. GOOD DAYS!

  • Alan

    Why CW will move The L.A. Complex now that the ratings are finally stabilized?

  • CrazedNovelist

    Actually, the Tuesday at 9PM is the deathslot on The CW. Not very many shows survive in it: Life Unexpected, Ringer, Hellcats to name a few. So moving it to Mondays might actually improve its ratings. We’ll see…

  • Judy912

    @HG, I couldn’t agree with you more. It would have been wonderful if CBS had moved ‘The Mentalist’ to the 10 PM time slot after ‘NCIS LA’ when it premiered back in the fall of 2009. It would have been a dynamite line up. You just couldn’t beat a night like that!

  • LAC

    Talk about bad luck, CW moving LAC just when its ratings are finally starting to stabilizing. Lets see how it does on Monday though.

  • Martin

    Go, The L.A. Complex, I don’t care if it has bad ratings just so long as they are good enough and the show is cheap enough, which it probably is, to renew it so it can be around for another season on The CW, so they can continue to at least say “We are not closed for business during summer”. No way will it be regular season show, not permanently anyway, but a summer show it can be, and a good one at that, quality, not ratings.

    Also, Wow at the repeat ratings for Hart Of Dixie, really interested to see what it does when new originals start back in early October. Hope it is like Season 2 of Gilmore Girls when that increased in viewers, slightly similar show.

  • Tom

    @ Crazed Every slot on the CW is a death slot. Renewing Hart of Dixie and Nikita isn’t a sign of success. It’s a cry for help. LAC is a good reason to cut economic relations with Canada. So, even though it gets adjusted up every week, don’t let the sock puppets fool you into believing that LAC will receive any emmy nods or spawn any spin offs. The program is a mockery of television.

  • Oliver

    Good numbers for Go On, but it’s a repeat of the pilot with a strong lead-in. Too early to read into it.

    Happy Endings repeated well. I was expecting it to be DoA but it might do better than expected, especially since ABC’s new comedies are supposed to be horrible.

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