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All CBS’ midseason reality series The Job seems to have done is kill the momentum of Undercover Boss. Boss returned to CBS‘ schedule last night after a two-week break to make room for the quickly cancelled The Job with a 1.5/5 in 18-49 and 7.3 million viewers. That was down more than 20% from the shows last original, which posted series highs (1.9, 9.94 million). Still, Boss delivered a 103% improvement in the 8 Pm hour vs. last week. The stronger lead-in didn’t help the ninth-season (and likely series) finale of CSI: NY (1.2/4, 9.4 million), which was flat with last week. Also matching last week’s performance was Blue Bloods (1.4/4), the most watched program of the night (11.06 million). CBS won the night in total viewers. The top program on Friday among adults 18-49 was once again ABC‘s Shark Tank at 9 Pm (1.8/6), even with last week. But its lead-in and lead-out were down — the 8 Pm comedies Last »


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