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.
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