The newest Underbelly telemovie has lost more than 200,000 viewers given that the very first of three of the crime films premiered a week ago.
Underbelly: Files - Infiltration gets only 1.114 million audiences on Monday night, a drop from the 1.332 million who tuned set for Underbelly: Files - Let them know Lucifer Was Here the prior week.
FOX get a bit unsatisfactory, but barely disastrous, first showing for that greatly endorsed drama "The Chicago Code," that drops a significant quantity of young viewers from a powerful new episode of "House." That 9 p.m. droop, in conjunction with the usual rule of "Two along with a Half Men" and "Mike & Molly," allowed CBS to escape with a set of narrow Monday wins.
Between adults 18-49, CBS remains a 3.5 rating, pinch the 3.4 rating for FOX in the key demographic. ABC was third having a 2.9 rating, far in front of the 1.6 rating for NBC with also the 0.8 ranking for The CW.
CBS led the very first 2 hours of primetime in audience en way to a ratings win Friday night, whilst ABC's "20/20" concerning the worrying Kim family vanishing and NBC's "Who Do you Think You are?" with Tim McGraw and earned powerful statistics. "Fringe" chops off a little, while the ratings were loose slightly overall.
Super Bowl XLV, not unpredictably, had become the most watch show in TV show, attracting 111 million viewers.
The Packers-Steelers game was hugely well-known in the Salt Lake TV marketplace, although not as well-known as the national average. The Super Bowl averaged a 46.0 rating nationally; it averaged a 38.2 rating locally - a distinction of about 17 %.
A veteran game show “Jeopardy” hardly has instants that make notable ratings spikes; however the first appearance of supercomputer of IBM’s “Watson” evidently qualifies.
Day one with the contest, which depths the computer versus effective “Jeopardy” alumni Brad Rutter and Ken Jennings, deliver an 8.7 overnight family