Even in repeats, the CBS Monday line up can bring it, as it defeated the new ABC line up of The Bachelorette and the premiere of Here Come The Newlyweds.
ABC’s The Bachelorette was down 30% in the 18-49 demo from its premiere last Monday when it followed the Dancing With The Stars finale. The premiere of Here Come The Newlyweds fell 10% in the demo its second half hour, not a good sign.
The only other original scripted show last night, Medium, notched a 2.1 demo rating. Its NBC series finale is next week, then it moves to Friday at 9pm on CBS next fall.
Previous Monday overnight reports are available for comparison.
|18-49 Rating||18-49 Share||18-34 Rating||18-34 Share||Viewers Live+SD (000)|
|8:00||CBS||Big Bang Theory (repeat)||1.9||6||1.2||5||6.02|
|UNI||Cuidado con el Ángel||1.1||3||1.1||4||3.07|
|CW||One Tree Hill (repeat)||0.4||1||0.4||1||1.34|
|CBS||How I Met Your Mother (repeat)||1.8||5||1.2||4||5.35|
|UNI||Cuidado con el Ángel||1.3||4||1.3||5||3.47|
|CW||One Tree Hill (repeat)||0.4||1||0.3||1||1.29|
|9:00||CBS||Two And A Half Men (repeat)||2.7||7||1.5||5||9.23|
|UNI||Mañana Es Para Siempre||1.7||5||1.8||5||4.02|
|CW||One Tree Hill (repeat)||0.3||1||0.2||1||1.14|
|CBS||Rules of Engagement (repeat)||2.3||6||1.3||4||7.26|
|UNI||Mañana Es Para Siempre||1.8||5||1.9||5||4.33|
|CW||One Tree Hill (repeat)||0.3||1||0.2||1||1.07|
|10:00||ABC||Here Come The Newlyweds (premiere)||2.0||5||1.7||5||5.25|
|CBS||CSI: Miami (repeat)||1.9||5||1.2||4||7.69|
|CBS||CSI: Miami (repeat)||1.9||5||1.3||4||7.83|
|ABC||Here Come The Newlyweds (premiere)||1.8||5||1.5||5||4.70|
Shows are sorted by 18-49 rating in each time slot.
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