More To Love


The premiere of Fox’s plus-sized dating show More To Love was lighter than hoped, but Hell’s Kitchen was enough to just give Fox the adults 18-49 demo victory with an overall 2.6 rating on Tuesday.

Winning easily against reruns at 8pm, Hell’s Kitchen was up nearly 18% from its 18-49 demo rating for the same hour last week (3.3 vs. 2.8).

The premiere of More To Love’s 1.9 rating can’t have been what Fox was hoping for, but its half hours had a positive trend (1.9, 2.0). Perhaps there may be growth next week.

At 9pm, America’s Got Talent was steady in the 18-49 demo from last Tuesday, but still won the hour going away. Big Brother was up a tenth of a point in the demo from last week.

At 10pm, The Bachelorette: After The Final Rose was the winner with a 2.7 demo rating, beating all repeat competition. That was down 27% in the demo from the same special show last season but that followed directly after the finale.

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Full details:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating 18-49 Share 18-34 Rating 18-34 Share Viewers Live+SD (million)
8:00 FOX Hell’s Kitchen 3.3 11 2.8 11 6.776
NBC America’s Got Talent (repeat) 2.1 7 1.8 7 8.472
CBS NCIS (repeat) 1.6 5 0.9 3 9.310
ABC The Bachelorette (finale repeat) 0.8 3 0.6 2 3.262
CW 90210 (repeat) 0.4 1 0.4 2 1.087
9:00 NBC America’s Got Talent 3.4 10 2.6 9 12.757
CBS Big Brother 11 2.1 6 1.7 6 6.157
FOX More To Love (premiere) 1.9 6 1.9 6 4.233
ABC The Bachelorette (finale repeat) 1.1 3 0.7 2 3.422
CW Hitched or Ditched (repeat) 0.4 1 0.4 1 1.091
10:00 ABC The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose 2.8 8 2.5 8 7.768
NBC Law & Order: SVU (repeat) 2.2 6 1.7 6 7.230
CBS Medium (repeat) 1.0 3 0.5 2 4.508

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