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The network has picked up the back-nine episodes of the freshman drama series, bringing its total order to 22 hours.
Gossip has gotten off to a soft start since its Sept. 19 debut, losing a significant portion of its America's Next Top Model lead-in. However, the CW said the show has been gaining buzz online and on platforms like iTunes, where the two most recent episodes rank among the top five downloaded shows.
The network also said that the Sept. 19 premiere saw its target-demo ratings increase when DVR data was factored in, jumping 20% among adults 18-34, 21% in women 18-34 and 11% among female teens, according to Nielsen Media Research Live+7cq figures.
Season-to-date, the series is averaging a 2.8 rating/7 share in women 18-34, a 1.9/5 in adults 18-34, a 4.7/15 in female teens and 3 million total viewers at 9 p.m. »
Upset about the cancellation of The O.C.? Hoping the series will be picked up by the CW network for season five? Be careful what you wish for. If the show does get picked up for a fifth season, it's uncertain how involved could creator Josh Schwartz possibly be?
Last week was a lousy one for fans of The O.C. series. Surprisingly though, it was pretty good for series creator Josh Schwartz's career. After signing a three-year, seven figure deal with Warner Bros. Television (The O.C.'s studio), Josh had not one but two new series greenlit last week.
First, NBC ordered a pilot for Chuck, a concept that Josh co-wrote with Chris Fedak. It's been described as a high-concept action dramedy about spies and twenty-somethings in the vein of the John Cusak movie Grosse Pointe Blank.
Then, a day later, the CW gave the go-ahead for an hour-long pilot »
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