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Tues Ratings: NBC Rebounds Big!; First time in 9 years they are #1 three days in a row
Topic Started: Oct 10 2012, 01:21 PM (451 Views)
Rick
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Adults 18-49
The Voice 4.5/13 (+1.6)
NCIS 3.3/10 (-.3)
NCIS: Los Angeles 2.9/8 (-.2)
Go On 2.8/7 (+.6)
New Girl 2.7/7 (-.1)
Dancing with the Stars 2.1/6 (same)
The New Normal 2.0/6 (+.3)
Parenthood 2.0/6 (+.3)
Vegas 2.0/5 (-.1)
The Mindy Project 1.9/5 (same)
Raising Hope 1.8/5 (+.1)
Private Practice 1.6/4 (same)
Ben And Kate 1.5/4 (-.1)
Dancing with the Stars: All Stars (Clip show) 1.2/4
Hart Of Dixie 0.4/1
Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog 0.2/1
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Rick
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This is the first time since 2003 that NBC has ranked #1 (18-49) three consecutive days. (Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday)

NBC is also ranked #1 in demos for the first two weeks of the new season.
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Matt
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It's also solely because of The Voice & Sunday Night Football and not its scripted programming.
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NBC is really doing well. It's nice to see it make a comeback.

This years is supposed to be the make-it-or-break-it year fro the CW, right? The way it's started, I'm afraid it'll break it.
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Matt
Oct 10 2012, 01:27 PM
It's also solely because of The Voice & Sunday Night Football and not its scripted programming.
The Voice and Football are the main reason yes. But The Voice is working really well in getting people to check out the new shows. It's becoming a very strong anchor for NBC. Revolution is a big hit so far and with these ratings Go On, New Normal, and Parenthood are fairing very well all at 2.0 and above. Parenthood had a huge jump this week. Highest ratings in years from what I read.
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I think the NBC scripted stuff is strong in the new sense of the word, but from what I can tell nothing is hitting this season in a juggernaut sort of way, like, for example, Lost and Desperate Housewives did, or even like Once Upon a Time did last season. I also don't feel like their shows are making any kind of cultural impact.

I wish more people would watch Ben & Kate and The Mindy Project. I love those shows. Once Happy Endings come back, I'll have a solid night of comedy to watch for the first time in years.
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I'm watching both the New Normal and Mindy Project. And will probably start watching Happy Endings when it starts. Tuesday has become my favorite night for TV comedies.
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Matt
Oct 10 2012, 01:27 PM
It's also solely because of The Voice & Sunday Night Football and not its scripted programming.
Thats only half the story. The other half is CBS and FOX are each down 25% this season in demos while ABC is 20% down. And the CW, well...
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