During the 8p-10pm that FOX programs, last night it crushed its network competition with both adults 18-34 and particularly women 18-34.  From 8pm to 10pm FOX had a 3.0/9  (rating/share) with adults 18-34, and during that time period ABC was the next closest with a 1.9/6.

But where So You Think You Can Dance and Glee are shining brightest is with women 18-34.  While ABC, CBS and NBC were all bunched up between 8pm-10pm in a range of a 2.3 to a 2.5 rating  and a seven share with women 18-34, FOX had a 4.1/12.

From 8pm-9pm, So You Think You Can Dance more than doubled its nearest competitor on ABC, CBS or NBC with women 18-34 (the combination of Hank and The Middle) 3.5 vs. 1.5.  In a bright spot for the CW, even a downtrodden America’s Next Top Model with a 2.6 rating with women 18-34 was far better than anything going on with ABC, CBS or NBC when it came to women 18-34.

Even more women 18-34 still watched Glee, which pulled a 4.7/12 rating/share with women 18-34 from 9p-10p; a decisive victory with women 18-34.  Its closest competition,   Modern Family and Cougar Town combined for a 3.3/9 with women 18-34.

FOX also led with men 18-34 averaging  a 2.0/7, its nearest competition (at least on broadcast nets) from 8p-10pm was ABC with a 1.5/5

Posted by:TV By The Numbers

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