Sophie Lowe, Michael Socha
ABC won't stay in Wonderland too long at this rate.
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland dropped to a series low Thursday, drawing just 3.5 million viewers and a 0.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. In an even bigger ignominy, Grey's Anatomy (8.5 million, 2.7) followed by tripling Wonderland's demo. Scandal (8.6 million, 2.7) shed two tenths to hit a season low.
25 totally unnecessary spin-offsThe Big Bang Theory
(16.6 million, 4.8) topped the night, dropping four tenths from its last new episode. The Millers
(10.7 million, 2.7) and The Crazy Ones
(8.1 million, 2.1) enjoyed boosts after falling to series lows last week out of a Big Bang
repeat. Two and a Half Men
(8.1 million, 2.0), however, returned to a series low and Elementary
(8.8 million, 1.7) dipped one tenth.
On NBC, a special episode of The Voice
(10.2 million, 2.7) helped Sean Saves the World
(5.6 million, 1.7) rise to a series high, and The Michael J. Fox Show
(4.2 million, 1.3) and Parenthood
(4.5 million, 1.5) climbed a few tenths.
Fox's The X Factor
(3.6 million, 1.2) dropped eight tenths from its last Thursday episode and tied The Vampire Diaries
(2.6 million, 1.2) in the demo, which grew three tenths. Glee
(4 million, 1.5) returned to a series low.
Elsewhere, Reign (1.7 million, 0.6) was flat.
CBS: The Big Bang Theory 16.6 million (4.8); The Millers 10.7 million (2.7)
ABC: Once Upon a Time in Wonderland 3.5 million (0.9)
Fox: The X Factor 3.6 million (1.2)
NBC: The Voice 10.2 million (2.7)
CW: The Vampire Diaries 2.6 million (1.2)
CBS: The Crazy Ones 8.1 million (2.1); Two and a Half Men 8.1 million (2.0)
ABC: Grey's Anatomy 8.5 million (2.7)
Fox: Glee 4 million (1.5)
NBC: Sean Saves the World 5.6 million (1.7); The Michael J. Fox Show 4.2 million (1.3)
CW: Reign 1.7 million (0.6)
CBS: Elementary 8.8 million (1.7)
ABC: Scandal 8.6 million (2.7)
NBC: Parenthood 4.5 million (1.5)