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'Rudolph,' 'CSI' guide CBS to Thurs. win

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

NEW YORK -- CBS's red-nosed reindeer sailed over the fourth night of NBC's game show Identity, leading CBS to a Thursday win in both viewership and the adults 18-49 demographic.

Identity (9.5 million, 3.1 rating/9 share) was up one-tenth of a rating point from Wednesday's edition but couldn't keep pace with CBS's second running of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (10.7 million, 3.7/11), according to preliminary data released Friday by Nielsen Media Research. Rudolph won in both key measures while ABC's Ugly Betty (7.7 million, 2.1/6) was a repeat. Fox's Til Death (5.2 million, 2.0/6) was up a tenth of a point from last week while War At Home (4.7 million, 1.8/5) stayed even.

For a second week in a row of repeats, "CSI" (13.1 million, 3.9/11) lifted CBS over a repeat of Grey's Anatomy (10 million, 3.4/9) while NBC repeated last week's hourlong The Office (5.8 million, 2.4/7). The OC (4.5 million, 2.0/5) tied its highest rating so far this season.

Shark (10.6 million, 2.8/8) won at 10 p.m. against Men in Trees (7 million, 2.4/7) and repeats of My Name Is Earl (7.3 million, 2.5/7) and Scrubs (4.9 million, 2.3/7). »

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'Rudolph,' 'CSI' guide CBS to Thurs. win

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

NEW YORK -- CBS's red-nosed reindeer sailed over the fourth night of NBC's game show Identity, leading CBS to a Thursday win in both viewership and the adults 18-49 demographic.

Identity (9.5 million, 3.1 rating/9 share) was up one-tenth of a rating point from Wednesday's edition but couldn't keep pace with CBS's second running of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (10.7 million, 3.7/11), according to preliminary data released Friday by Nielsen Media Research. Rudolph won in both key measures while ABC's Ugly Betty (7.7 million, 2.1/6) was a repeat. Fox's Til Death (5.2 million, 2.0/6) was up a tenth of a point from last week while War At Home (4.7 million, 1.8/5) stayed even.

For a second week in a row of repeats, "CSI" (13.1 million, 3.9/11) lifted CBS over a repeat of Grey's Anatomy (10 million, 3.4/9) while NBC repeated last week's hourlong The Office (5.8 million, 2.4/7). The OC (4.5 million, 2.0/5) tied its highest rating so far this season.

Shark (10.6 million, 2.8/8) won at 10 p.m. against Men in Trees (7 million, 2.4/7) and repeats of My Name Is Earl (7.3 million, 2.5/7) and Scrubs (4.9 million, 2.3/7). »

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CBS, 'CSI' decisively capture Thurs.

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

NEW YORK -- CBS romped through Thursday's primetime landscape with CSI returning to the top of the ratings heap with Grey's Anatomy taking a week off.

"CSI" was the night's top show in viewership and adults 18-49. CSI averaged 23.7 million viewers and a 7.9 rating/19 share in the demo, according to preliminary estimates released Friday by Nielsen Media Research. Its rival, Grey's Anatomy, averaged 10.5 million viewers and a 4.0/10.

CBS won the 8 p.m. hour with Survivor (16.6 million, 5.5/15), which crushed a repeat Ugly Betty (8.7 million, 2.7/7). My Name Is Earl (10.1 million, 4.3/12) reached a high point for this season, which helped Scrubs (8.4 million, 4.1/10) and 30 Rock (6.8 million, 3.2/8).

ER (11.9 million, 5.4/15) was down but it was still enough to in the demo beat both Shark (14.7 million, 4.3/12) and ABC's Men in Trees (8.4 million, 2.7/7).

Fox averaged 4.8 million viewers and a 1.8/5 in the demo for an original and repeat episode of Til Death while Smallville averaged 4.5 million viewers and a 1.8/5. »

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'Grey's' puts ABC on top Thurs.

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

NEW YORK -- With CBS putting up a CSI repeat, ABC and Grey's Anatomy ran away with Thursday's primetime.

The network won both key measures with Grey's plus a competitive Ugly Betty and OK numbers for the debut of Men In Trees in its 10 p.m. time period. CBS won at 8 p.m. with Survivor while NBC took 10 p.m. with "ER" and saw an about-average debut for Scrubs followed by a lackluster showing for 30 Rock.

Grey's Anatomy was the night's top show in key measures, with Nielsen Media Research estimating that the medical drama averaged 24.3 million viewers and a 9.6 rating/23 share in adults 18-49. That was way up compared to Grey's last several showings, including 18.5 million for last week's Thanksgiving episode and 20.9 million for the week before that.

It was due in part to a repeat CSI, which still brought in 15.9 million viewers and a 5.0/12 in the de mo. The rest of the fare at 9 p.m. didn't offer much competition, including the return of Scrubs (8.4 million, 3.9/9) and 30 Rock (6.5 million, 3.0/7) plus Fox's The OC (3.6 million, 1.6/4). »

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Alphabet transplanting 'Trees' to Thursdays

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

Hoping to repeat the success of its Ugly Betty scheduling move, ABC is transplanting another freshman Friday series, Men in Trees, to Thursdays.

Meanwhile, CBS will split the first season of drama Jericho into two half seasons of all-original episodes. Back-to-back episodes of veteran comedy The King of Queens will fill in for the nuclear disaster series while it is on hiatus.

ABC has given a back-nine pickup to Trees, bringing the total order of the drama starring Anne Heche to 22 episodes. Starting Nov. 30, the Warner Bros. TV-produced series will move to the Thursday 10 p.m. slot, following Grey's Anatomy.

Freshman drama Six Degrees, which failed to gain traction in the Thursday 10 p.m. period, has been pulled off the schedule and is set to return with new episodes in January.

"We love these two shows and are excited at the promise they have shown," ABC Entertainment president Stephen McPherson said. "Thursdays will be a great platform for 'Men in Trees' to reach a larger audience."

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'Brian' given 4 more scripts

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

ABC has ordered four additional scripts of What About Brian.

Meanwhile, NBC has pulled freshman drama Kidnapped off the schedule.

As a midseason entry last season, Brian had received an initial order of 13 episodes for its sophomore season.

Brian, from Touchstone TV and J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Prods., has held on to more than 80% of its demo lead-in from The Bachelor but has regularly finished third in the Monday 10 p.m. slot. However, on Oct. 16, the relationship drama edged NBC's star-studded Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip for the second place in the hour among adults 18-49.

Freshman ABC series Ugly Betty and Brothers & Sisters have been picked up for a full season. All other scripted ABC shows with initial 13-episode orders except Six Degrees-- The Nine, Help Me Help You and Men in Trees -- have been given orders for four additional scripts.

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Four more score script orders

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

Four more new series -- ABC's Help Me Help You, The Nine and Men in Trees and NBC's Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip -- have received orders for additional scripts.

The ABC shows have been picked up for four more scripts, while Studio 60 has been given an order for three additional scripts.

Meanwhile, ABC has reduced the order for the midseason drama Traveler from 13 to eight episodes, including the pilot.

Ordering additional scripts of new series in lieu of an early full-season pickup has become the norm for the Big Four networks this season.

Only five freshman series -- NBC's Heroes, CBS' Jericho and Shark and ABC's Ugly Betty and Brothers & Sisters -- have been given back-nine orders so far this season. That is half of the 10 new shows picked up for a full season at the same point a year ago: CBS' Criminal Minds, How I Met Your Mother and Ghost Whisperer, Fox's Bones, The War at Home and Prison Break, NBC's My Name Is Earl and Surface and ABC's Commander in Chief and Invasion.

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'Survivor' season premiere cooks for CBS on Thursday

17 September 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- The debut of Survivor: Cook Islands kicked off the 2006-07 campaign for CBS on Thursday with a solid turnout for the show's 13th edition. The most durable of contemporary reality TV franchises didn't seem to be helped or hurt by the pre-premiere controversy over the decision to group the contestants by race in the show's latest incarnation. Meanwhile, Fox's Thursday 8-9 p.m. newcomers 'Til Death and Happy Hour took a hit in the face of Survivor in their second airings. On Friday, ABC got a little good news from the regular time-slot premiere of the Anne Heche dramedy Men in Trees. Survivor, which stuck with its tradition of launching a week before the official start of the season, opened to 18 million viewers and a 6.5 rating/20 share in the adults 18-49 demographic at 8 p.m. -- on par with the opening-night numbers for Survivor: Guatemala (18.4 million, 6.6/19) last September. The show remains a draw for both ends of the key demo spectrum, from adults 18-34 (4.5/16) to adults 25-54 (7.8/21), according to Nieslen Media Research. »

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