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Whitney returned Wednesday and it didn't do any better than its timeslot predecessor Animal Practice.
The NBC comedy's Season 2 premiere bowed to 4.3 million viewers and a 1.4 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, which matches its series ...
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It appears as though Halloween might have spooked off some viewers. Even Wednesday night stalwarts Modern Family and Criminal Minds saw decreased ratings.
Modern Family still took the night with a 4.1 rating in the adults-18-to-49 demographic, down from 4.9 last week.
Animal Practice returned Wednesday night for the first time since NBC announced it was pulling the freshman series starting Nov. 14. Despite the impending cancellation, the Justin Kirk comedy earned 3.8 million viewers and a 1.2 rating in the adults-18-to-49 demographic, up one tenth from last week.
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Whitney will return for its second season on Wednesday, Nov. 14, NBC announced Thursday. It will take over the timeslot previously held by freshman comedy Animal Practice.
Nashville's ratings went, uh, south Wednesday, slumping 29 percent from last week.
The ABC drama earned 6.7 million viewers and a 2.0 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, shedding almost three million viewers and eight-tenths from its already so-so premiere. Fellow new series Chicago Fire (5.9 million, 1.5) also took a big tumble, dropping more than 20 percent.
On the other hand, The CW's Arrow (3.5 million, 1.3) was steady and again beat NBC's ...
Nashville got off to a decent start Wednesday, but it was Arrow that really hit the ratings mark.
The CW superhero series drew 4 million viewers and a 1.3 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it the network's most-watched series premiere since The Vampire Diaries' debut in 2009. Lead-out Supernatural (2.6 million, 1.0) saw a two-tenths bump.
Arrow also tied NBC's ailing comedy lineup, Animal Practice (3.9 million, 1.1) and Guys with Kids (4.2 million, 1.4), in total viewers in the 8 o'clock hour and in the 18-to-49 and 18-to-34 demos.
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Meanwhile, ABC's Nashville bowed to ...
Question: I noticed that there are back-to-back new episodes of Modern Family this Wednesday night leading up to the premiere of the new musical drama series Nashville, while Suburgatory won't have its season premiere episode until the following week! Why did the TPTB at ABC felt the need to air two new episodes of Modern Family instead of premiering the second season of Suburgatory after MF and before Nashville? Was it because the network believes that two new episodes of MF running back-to-back together can make a more powerful lead-in to the series premiere of Nashville ratings-wise than Suburgatory, or is the network just that plain lazy with their programming schedule? — Chris B
Supernatural drew its largest audience since February on Wednesday, while presidential debate coverage dominated the night.
NBC topped the demo with its coverage of the first debate between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, averaging a 3.2 over two hours, according to early numbers.
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The CW, which was the only broadcast network not to air the debate, pulled in 1.8 million viewers and a 0.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic for the Season 8 premiere ...