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Kennedy Center Honors puts CBS on top

27 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Fox rose to the top of Tuesday primetime in the adults 18-49 demographic while CBS won in viewership for its two hours of coverage of the Kennedy Center honors.

Fox's 3.2 rating in the demographic for the night was the result of two hours of House repeats, which won both 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. in adults 18-49, according to preliminary estimates released Wednesday by Nielsen Media Research.

The 8 p.m. House (7.6 million, 2.8/8) tied with NCIS (11.8 million, 2.8/8) in the demo while NCIS was the top in viewership for the hour and the night. It was well ahead of NBC's Tom Brokaw Special ( 7.5 million, 2.1/6) and ABC's Rudolph's Shiny New Year (5 million, 1.7/5).

House (9.2 million, 3.6/10) was the unquestioned demo leader of a diminished 9 p.m. hour, while the first of the two-hour Kennedy Center Honors (10 million, 1.9/5) won both hours in viewership. ABC's two episodes of Big Day ( 3.9 million, 1.4/4) nor was NBC's repeat "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" (8.2 million, 2.5/7). »

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'House' repeats win Mon. crown for Fox

21 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- Two hours of House repeats carried Fox over the finish line in adults 18-49 ahead of sparse original competition with the second night of Identity and an hour of ABC's sitcom Big Day.

After a strong premiere Monday following Deal or No Deal, Identity had some trouble flying on its own. It won its 8 p.m. time period in the demo -- barely -- against repeats on CBS and Fox and a holiday program on ABC and was down severely from Monday night's premiere.

Identity averaged 8.2 million viewers and a 2.9 rating/8 share in adults 18-49, according to preliminary estimates released Wednesday by Nielsen Media Research. That was just ahead of ABC's "I Want a Dog For Christmas, Charlie Brown" (8.7 million, 2.8/8) in the demo and nowhere near CBS' repeat NCIS (11.2 million, 2.5/7) in viewership.

Fox's 8 p.m. House (6.9 million, 2.6/8) was nothing to write home about but that changed at 9 p.m. with another repeat that won its time period with 10 million viewers and a 3.8/10 in the demo. »

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NBC makes 'Deal' for Mon. victory

21 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- Deal or No Deal and a new game show, Identity, made NBC victorious in Monday primetime during a night of mostly repeats on the other networks.

Deal Or No Deal was the night's top show in viewership and tied with Identity was the night's top show in the adults 18-49 demographic, according to preliminary estimates released Tuesday by Nielsen Media Research.

Deal or No Deal (15.3 million, 4.4/12) was the runaway winner at 8 p.m., handily defeating repeats of ABC's Wife Swap (6.6 million, 2.4/7), Fox's House (7.6 million, 2.5/7) and CBS sitcoms How I Met Your Mother (6.5 million, 2.2/6) and The Class (5.7 million, 2.0/5).

NBC got good news with the premiere of Identity (12.2 million, 4.4/11), the Penn Gillette-hosted game show that takes the place of Heroes until the runaway hit drama returns. It held its adults 18-49 lead-in and dropped only slightly in viewership from half hour to half hour although it was down significantly in the demo from Heroes.

Only ABC's Supernanny (6.5 million, 2.4/6) was original against Identity and only a repeat of Two and a Half Men (10.9 million, 3.4/9) could muster any competition. »

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'House' repeats win Mon. crown for Fox

20 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- Two hours of House repeats carried Fox over the finish line in adults 18-49 ahead of sparse original competition with the second night of Identity and an hour of ABC's sitcom Big Day.

After a strong premiere Monday following Deal or No Deal, Identity had some trouble flying on its own. It won its 8 p.m. time period in the demo -- barely -- against repeats on CBS and Fox and a holiday program on ABC and was down severely from Monday night's premiere.

Identity averaged 8.2 million viewers and a 2.9 rating/8 share in adults 18-49, according to preliminary estimates released Wednesday by Nielsen Media Research. That was just ahead of ABC's I Want a Dog For Christmas, Charlie Brown (8.7 million, 2.8/8) in the demo and nowhere near CBS' repeat NCIS (11.2 million, 2.5/7) in viewership.

Fox's 8 p.m. House (6.9 million, 2.6/8) was nothing to write home about but that changed at 9 p.m. with another repeat that won its time period with 10 million viewers and a 3.8/10 in the demo. »

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NBC makes 'Deal' for Mon. victory

19 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- Deal or No Deal and a new game show, Identity, made NBC victorious in Monday primetime during a night of mostly repeats on the other networks.

Deal Or No Deal was the night's top show in viewership and tied with Identity was the night's top show in the adults 18-49 demographic, according to preliminary estimates released Tuesday by Nielsen Media Research.

Deal or No Deal (15.3 million, 4.4/12) was the runaway winner at 8 p.m., handily defeating repeats of ABC's Wife Swap (6.6 million, 2.4/7), Fox's House (7.6 million, 2.5/7) and CBS sitcoms How I Met Your Mother (6.5 million, 2.2/6) and The Class (5.7 million, 2.0/5).

NBC got good news with the premiere of Identity (12.2 million, 4.4/11), the Penn Gillette-hosted game show that takes the place of Heroes until the runaway hit drama returns. It held its adults 18-49 lead-in and dropped only slightly in viewership from half hour to half hour although it was down significantly in the demo from Heroes.

Only ABC's Supernanny (6.5 million, 2.4/6) was original against Identity and only a repeat of Two and a Half Men (10.9 million, 3.4/9) could muster any competition. »

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Satellites orbit 'Departed,' 'Dreamgirls'

18 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The Departed and Dreamgirls were named best motion picture, drama and best motion picture, comedy or musical at the 11th annual Satellite Awards, which were announced Sunday by the International Press Academy.

Dreamgirls also earned awards for best director Bill Condon -- who tied for that honor with Clint Eastwood for Flags of our Fathers -- as well as supporting actor Jennifer Hudson, and sound (editing and mixing).

The Departed also earned best actor in a supporting role for Leonard DiCaprio, best adapted screenplay for William Monahan and best ensemble. Best dramatic acting honors went to Helen Mirren for The Queen and Forest Whitaker for The Last King of Scotland. Top comedy acting awards went to Meryl Streep for The Devil Wears Prada and Joseph Cross for Running with Scissors.

Other awards included: Best foreign language film, Volver; animated or mixed media, Pan's Labyrinth; documentary, Deliver Us from Evil.

Flags of Our Fathers also earned awards for cinematography and art direction and production design.In the TV categories, House and Ugly Betty were named top dramatic and comedy series. »

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CBS edges Tues. viewership win

18 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- CBS won a near-three-way-tie in viewership Tuesday while Fox ran away with the night's title in adults 18-49.

A repeat of House as the night's top show in viewership and adults 18-49, with Nielsen Media Research estimating that the medical drama averaged 11.8 million viewers and a 4.7 rating/12 share in the adults 18-49 demographic.

It followed a lackluster performance at 8 p.m. by Fox's Standoff (6.2 million, 2.2/6), which came in fourth in the time period against ABC's Santa Claus is Coming to Town (11.2 million, 3.9/11), a repeat of NCIS (11.5 million, 2.5/7) and even NBC's Friday Night Lights (6.2 million, 2.2/6). And Standoff was only barely ahead in the demographic to The CW's Gilmore Girls (4.8 million, 2.1/6), which was the show's highest ratings this season in women 18-34.

Beyond House, there wasn't much to write home about at 9 p.m. The Unit (9 million, 2.4/6) and Law & Order: Criminal Intent (8.1 million, 2.4/6) were repeats. ABC's Big Day (6.3 million, 2.3/6) had another bad day, down 41% from last week's premiere. »

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'NCIS' leads CBS to Tues. win

15 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- NCIS pushed past House in viewership to lead CBS to a win Tuesday in the measure although House overwhelmingly took the demo to give Fox a primetime win in adults 18-49.

NCIS averaged 17.4 million viewers and a 4.3 rating/12 share in adults 18-49, according to preliminary estimates released Wednesday by Nielsen Media Research. It was the night's top show in viewership and also won the 8 p.m. hour for CBS against relatively light fare including ABC's The Grinch That Stole Christmas (11 million, 3.9/11), NBC's Friday Night Lights (5.7 million, 2.3/6) and Fox's Standoff (5 million, 1.9/5).

The 9 p.m. hour was all House (16.1 million, 6.5/17), which beat up on CBS's The Unit (13.5 million, 3.7/10) as well as a repeat Law & Order: Criminal Intent (7.4 million, 2.1/5) plus the faltering ABC sitcoms Big Day (4.9 million, 1.8/5) and Help Me Help You (3.5 million, 1.4/3).

The CW averaged only 2.3 million viewers and a 0.9/2 in the demo with a repeat Gilmore Girls before falling even further with an hourlong telecast of the Family Friend Awards ( 1.7 million, 0.6/2). »

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Producers Guild announces TV noms

14 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Producers on ABC's Grey's Anatomy and Lost were among five drama nominees, and those for NBC's My Name Is Earl and The Office numbered among five comedy nominees as the Producers Guild of America released TV-category noms Monday.

Fox also drew two nominations for producers of the year in drama, for House and 24.

Other programs getting producer noms in the comedy category were Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO), Arrested Development (Fox) and Weeds (Showtime).

In non-fiction television, nominees included The Amazing Race and 60 Minutes (CBS), American Idol (Fox), Dancing with the Stars (ABC), and Project Runway (Bravo).

And in variety TV, producers were nominated for The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Warner Bros. Television), Late Night with Conan O'Brien and The XX Olympic Games: Opening Ceremony (NBC), The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) and Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO).

The PGA will holds its 2007 awards gala on Jan. 20 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Century City. Nominations in theatrical motion picture categories will be announced Jan. 4.

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'NCIS' leads CBS to Tues. win

13 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- NCIS pushed past House in viewership to lead CBS to a win Tuesday in the measure although House overwhelmingly took the demo to give Fox a primetime win in adults 18-49.

NCIS averaged 17.4 million viewers and a 4.3 rating/12 share in adults 18-49, according to preliminary estimates released Wednesday by Nielsen Media Research. It was the night's top show in viewership and also won the 8 p.m. hour for CBS against relatively light fare including ABC's The Grinch That Stole Christmas (11 million, 3.9/11), NBC's Friday Night Lights (5.7 million, 2.3/6) and Fox's Standoff (5 million, 1.9/5).

The 9 p.m. hour was all House (16.1 million, 6.5/17), which beat up on CBS's The Unit (13.5 million, 3.7/10) as well as a repeat "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" (7.4 million, 2.1/5) plus the faltering ABC sitcoms Big Day (4.9 million, 1.8/5) and Help Me Help You (3.5 million, 1.4/3).

The CW averaged only 2.3 million viewers and a 0.9/2 in the demo with a repeat Gilmore Girls before falling even further with an hourlong telecast of the Family Friend Awards ( 1.7 million, 0.6/2). »

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CBS romps Mon., 'Deal' tops shows

13 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- CBS romped to a win in primetime Monday in both viewership and the adults 18-49 demographic, while NBC's Deal or No Deal continued to ring up ratings.

NBC's schedule got pumped up by another round of Deal or No Deal (16.5 million, 4.5/12), which was the night's most-watched show. But instead of Heroes and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, NBC averaged 7.4 million viewers and a 2.5/6 for the TV movie The Year Without Santa.

CBS started slow in the 8 p.m. hour, with How I Met Your Mother (8.8 million, 3.0/9) hitting its lowest demo rating for an original episode so far this year. The Class averaged 8.7 million, 3.1/8) at 8:30 p.m. before 9 p.m.'s Two and a Half Men, which averaged 15.8 million viewers and a 5.2 rating/13 share in the adults 18-49 demographic, according to preliminary estimates released Tuesday by Nielsen Media Research.

CBS remained on top with The New Adventures of Old Christine (12.1 million, 4.2/11), easily defeating Supernanny (8.7 million, 3.3/8) and a House repeat as well as the first hour of the TV movie The Year Without Santa.

And 10 p.m. »

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CBS romps Mon., 'Deal' tops shows

12 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- CBS romped to a win in primetime Monday in both viewership and the adults 18-49 demographic, while NBC's Deal or No Deal continued to ring up ratings.

NBC's schedule got pumped up by another round of Deal or No Deal (16.5 million, 4.5/12), which was the night's most-watched show. But instead of Heroes and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, NBC averaged 7.4 million viewers and a 2.5/6 for the TV movie The Year Without Santa.

CBS started slow in the 8 p.m. hour, with How I Met Your Mother (8.8 million, 3.0/9) hitting its lowest demo rating for an original episode so far this year. The Class averaged 8.7 million, 3.1/8) at 8:30 p.m. before 9 p.m.'s Two and a Half Men, which averaged 15.8 million viewers and a 5.2 rating/13 share in the adults 18-49 demographic, according to preliminary estimates released Tuesday by Nielsen Media Research.

CBS remained on top with The New Adventures of Old Christine (12.1 million, 4.2/11), easily defeating Supernanny (8.7 million, 3.3/8) and a House repeat as well as the first hour of the TV movie The Year Without Santa.

And 10 p.m. »

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Dekker all decked out for Fox drama

7 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Thomas Dekker is set to play John Connor in Fox's drama pilot The Sarah Connor Chronicles, from WBTV and C2, the company of Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines producers Mario Kassar and Andrew Vajna.

Written by Josh Friedman, the project takes place after the events depicted in Terminator 2: Judgment Day and follows Sarah Connor (Lena Headey), a modern warrior and loving single mom to 15-year-old son John Dekker).

Dekker recurs on NBC's hit new drama Heroes as Zach, Claire's (Hayden Panettiere) friend and confidant.

He also had a recurring role on 7th Heaven and recently guest starred on Fox's House and CBS' Shark.

Dekker is repped by TalentWorks and Untitled Entertainment. »

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Lifetime gives two pilots green light

7 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Lifetime has greenlighted two one-hour pilots, The Madness of Ava and The Virgin of Akron, Ohio and has tapped Ever Carradine for the title role in Madness.

Madness, from veteran comedy writer Rob LaZebnik and 24 executive producers Howard Gordon, Joel Surnow and Bob Cochran, is described as a female-lead House. It centers on a brilliant neurologist (Carradine) who is diagnosed with bi-polar disorder and how that impacts her life and her family. Fox 21 is producing the project, which is based on the true story of a doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Madness was written on spec and sent to Lifetime's entertainment president Susanne Daniels and senior vp series development Maria Grasso.

"We loved it," Daniels said. "We thought it was smart and warm and funny and interesting."

Tucker Gates is set to direct the pilot, which is slated to begin production in Vancouver early next year.

Virgin, from Fox TV Studios, centers on a young woman in Manhattan who, after a stint in rehab, is sent back to her Ohio town to do community service and live with her dysfunctional family. »

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Producers Guild announces TV noms

5 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Producers on ABC's Grey's Anatomy and Lost were among five drama nominees, and those for NBC's My Name Is Earl and The Office numbered among five comedy nominees as the Producers Guild of America released TV-category noms Monday.

Fox also drew two nominations for producers of the year in drama, for House and 24.

Other programs getting producer noms in the comedy category were Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO), Arrested Development (Fox) and Weeds (Showtime).

In non-fiction television, nominees included The Amazing Race and 60 Minutes (CBS), American Idol (Fox), Dancing with the Stars (ABC), and Project Runway (Bravo).

And in variety TV, producers were nominated for The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Warner Bros. Television), Late Night with Conan O'Brien and The XX Olympic Games: Opening Ceremony (NBC), The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) and Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO).

The PGA will holds its 2007 awards gala on Jan. 20 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Century City. Nominations in theatrical motion picture categories will be announced Jan. 4. »

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Peacock wins demo; CBS still No. 1 overall

5 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Led by Heroes, Deal or No Deal and football, NBC was the demo champ for the week ending Dec. 3, which overlapped the final three nights of the November sweep.

Meanwhile, CBS extended its winning streak in total viewers to 11 weeks and CW posted its best weekly numbers to date.

The rookie superhero drama Heroes (15.6 million, 6.8/16) continues to be NBC's big success story this season with a No. 3 finish for the week among adults 18-49 behind established hits Grey's Anatomy on ABC (24.0 million, 9.5/23) and House (17.3 million, 6.9/17) on Fox.

NBC's Emmy-winning comedy The Office (9.1 million, 4.4/11) also had a strong week, hitting a season high in 18-49 in the Thursday 8:30 p.m. slot, but the news was not all good for NBC's newly launched two-hour Thursday comedy block.

Airing against a repeat of CBS' CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, NBC's new Thursday 9 p.m. anchor Scrubs got off to a slow sixth-season start with 7.2 million viewers and a 3.6/9 in 18-49, down from the 3.8/9 the show logged for its fifth-season premiere on a Tuesday in January.

The network's struggling new comedy 30 Rock (6 million, 2.7/7) slipped even further at 9:30 p.m. »

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'House' is big, 'Big Day' debut is not

30 November 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- House put up big numbers while ABC's Big Day was anything but in its premiere Tuesday night.

House was by far the night's top show in the adults 18-49 demographic -- scoring its highest demo rating and viewership since its September premiere -- but was edged out by CBS's NCIS in viewership, which reached a season high for the show.

House averaged 17.1 million viewers and a 6.8 rating/17 share in the adults 18-49 demo, according to preliminary data released Wednesday by Nielsen Media Research. It was the highest House by major measures since the Sept. 5 premiere, and it led Fox to a win for the night in the adults 18-49 demo.

ABC had rough sledding following 8 p.m.'s A Charlie Brown Christmas (13 million, 4.8/13) with a pair of sitcoms. The premiere of Big Day averaged 7.6 million viewers and a 2.8/7 in the demo, losing 42% of its lead-in in adults 18-49 for a fourth-place showing at 9 p.m. »

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'House' is big, 'Big Day' debut is not

29 November 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- House put up big numbers while ABC's Big Day was anything but in its premiere Tuesday night.

House was by far the night's top show in the adults 18-49 demographic -- scoring its highest demo rating and viewership since its September premiere -- but was edged out by CBS's NCIS in viewership, which reached a season high for the show.

House averaged 17.1 million viewers and a 6.8 rating/17 share in the adults 18-49 demo, according to preliminary data released Wednesday by Nielsen Media Research. It was the highest House by major measures since the Sept. 5 premiere, and it led Fox to a win for the night in the adults 18-49 demo.

ABC had rough sledding following 8 p.m.'s A Charlie Brown Christmas (13 million, 4.8/13) with a pair of sitcoms. The premiere of Big Day averaged 7.6 million viewers and a 2.8/7 in the demo, losing 42% of its lead-in in adults 18-49 for a fourth-place showing at 9 p.m. »

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'Heroes,' 'Deal' deliver for NBC Mon.

22 November 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Heroes and Deal or No Deal delivered for NBC on Monday. CBS was soft with its comedies but pulled into the lead at 10 p.m. with CSI: Miami.

NBC took the night overall in adults 18-49 with strong turnouts for 8 p.m.'s Deal (16.7 million, 4.9/13) and 9 p.m.'s Heroes (16 million, 6.9/16). CSI: Miami (18.2 million, 5.9/15) retained its perch as the night's most-watched program, coming out of Two and a Half Men (15.3 million, 4.7/11) and The New Adventures of Old Christine (11.7 million, 3.8/9).

Fox was competitive at 8 p.m. with Prison Break (9.6 million, 4.0/10), followed by a 9 p.m. repeat of House (8.4 million, 3.0/7). ABC was held to fourth place for the night with its lineup of A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving special (9.5 million, 3.2/8), followed by 9 p.m. by The Bachelor: Rome (7.4 million, 2.7/6) and 10 p.m's What About Brian (5.3 million, 2.4/6).

For the night, CBS led by a razor-thin margin in total viewers (CBS' 13.4 million to NBC's 13.3 million). NBC was No. 1 in adults 18-49 (5.0/12) followed by CBS (4.4/11). »

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'Heroes,' 'Deal' deliver for NBC Mon.

21 November 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Heroes and Deal or No Deal delivered for NBC on Monday. CBS was soft with its comedies but pulled into the lead at 10 p.m. with CSI: Miami.

NBC took the night overall in adults 18-49 with strong turnouts for 8 p.m.'s Deal (16.7 million, 4.9/13) and 9 p.m.'s Heroes (16 million, 6.9/16). CSI: Miami (18.2 million, 5.9/15) retained its perch as the night's most-watched program, coming out of Two and a Half Men (15.3 million, 4.7/11) and The New Adventures of Old Christine (11.7 million, 3.8/9).

Fox was competitive at 8 p.m. with Prison Break (9.6 million, 4.0/10), followed by a 9 p.m. repeat of House (8.4 million, 3.0/7). ABC was held to fourth place for the night with its lineup of A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving special (9.5 million, 3.2/8), followed by 9 p.m. by The Bachelor: Rome (7.4 million, 2.7/6) and 10 p.m's What About Brian (5.3 million, 2.4/6).

For the night, CBS led by a razor-thin margin in total viewers (CBS' 13.4 million to NBC's 13.3 million). NBC was No. 1 in adults 18-49 (5.0/12) followed by CBS (4.4/11). »

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