Details to come, but as usual, CBS won Friday night, though this was another Friday where no show made it to a 2.0 rating with adults 18-49. The season, and likely series finale of Numb3rs was the night’s most-watched program with 8.7 million viewers. It’s 1.8 rating with adults 18-49 won the hour, and trailed only Ghost Whisper’s 1.9 rating for adults 18-49 for the night. Ghost Whisperer had 7.84 million viewers. Medium also had a 1.8 rating with the 18-49 crowd and 8.15 million viewers overall.
Miami Medical premieres at 10pm on CBS on April 2. For the next two weeks March Madness will take over Friday with the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament.
With a 1.8 adults 18-49 rating and 7.15 million viewers, Who Do You Think You Are? is performing nicely for NBC, especially for a Friday night.
Details (will be updated later)
|Time||Net||Show||18-49 Rating/Shr||Viewers (Millons)|
|NBC||Who Do You Think You Are||1.8/6||7.15|
|CW||America’s Next Top Model (R) 8p-9:30p||0.7/2||1.76|
|CW||High Society (R)||0.4/1||1.07|
Ratings data via Marc Berman’s PI forums.
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