The last new series of the 2011-12 broadcast season, CBS’ NYC 22, made a quiet entrance onto the schedule last night. The rookie cop drama debuted with a 1.5/4 among adults 18-49 and 8.9 million total viewers at 10 PM. That was down from the 1.7 demo rating in the time slot last week for the season finale of CSI: Miami, which started almost an hour later. NYC 22 was also down a tenth from the premiere of CBS’ lowest-rated new series this season, drama A Gifted Man, which is unlikely to return next season.
ABC’s new series Work It didn’t set the world on fire in its premiere last night but it didn’t crash and burn either. The cross-dressing comedy opened with a 2.0/5 among adults 18-49 and 6.1 million viewers. That was down 17% in 18-... Read Post
The two-hour series premiere of Fox’s Alcatraz did solid business last night, drawing a 3.3/8 among adults 18-49 and 10 million total viewers. It was up 10% in the demo from the fast national for the two-hour series debut of Terra N... Read Post
Bad reviews be damned. Rob Schneider’s new CBS comedy series Rob overperformed in its series premiere last night, drawing a 4.1/11 among adults 18-49 and 13.5 million viewers. It delivered CBS’ best numbers in the Thursday 8:30 PM s... Read Post