|Adults 18-34: Rating/Share||1.1/4||1.5/5||0.5/2||0.6/2||0.5/2||0.3/1|
|Total Viewers (million)||9.557||4.111||3.581||2.612||1.769||0.994|
CBS won the night in adults 18-49 and in Total Viewers.
On CBS, repeats of its typical Thursday line-up outperformed the competition by a large margin, with a repeat ofgarnering a 3.3 adults 18-49 rating, which which would be a good number for an original episode of most broadcast programs.
On ABC, Happy New Year, Charlie Brown earned a 1.2 adults 18-49 rating up 9% from a 1.1 on December 29, 2011.
Late-night ratings are below the primetime data.
Overnight ratings for Thursday, December 27, 2012:
|Time||Net||Show||18-49 Rating/Sh||Viewers (Millions)|
|ABC||Happy New Year, Charlie Brown - R||1.2/4||4.65|
|ABC||'s - R||0.8/2||3.20|
|9:30||NBC||and - R||0.7/2||1.92|
Late night ratings:
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