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|Thur Rating: NBC has best Thursday Since 2004|
|Topic Started: Dec 6 2013, 01:01 PM (269 Views)|
|Rick||Dec 6 2013, 01:01 PM Post #1|
The Big Bang Theory 4.6/14 (15.2 million)
The Sound of Music Live! 4.6/13 (18.5 million) <-------------- Biggest Thursday Numbers since 2004
Grey's Anatomy 2.5/7
The Millers 2.5/7
Two and a Half Men 2.3/6
The Crazy Ones 2.1/6
The X Factor 1.3/4
Once Upon A Time in Wonderland 1.0/3
The Vampire Diaries 1.0/3
|px780||Dec 6 2013, 01:57 PM Post #2|
I'm not surprised by NBC's numbers. I tuned in to see if it would be a trainwreck...wound up a little impressed. She's not an actress, but she had some great moments, imho, and her vocals went places I didn't think she could go. I hope they do more of these in the future.
Or that it at least encourages a music-based show like Glee to have people sing live every now and again. It can be done.
|Snowing Fan||Dec 6 2013, 04:13 PM Post #3|
||Good singing,acting,not so much,even scarier since they announced this last December,so she had a year to work on her acting and she obviously didn't.|
|cubsgirl||Dec 6 2013, 10:10 PM Post #4|
||So I have never actually watched th original movie. Seems like every time it is on TV I catch right at the concert as they make their escape. While the singing was pretty good especially with it being live, the acting was very stiff for both Carrie Underwood and Stephen Moyer. Where as veteran Broadway actors like Christian Borle were not s stiff. It made me actually wish they would record more Broadway performances for television showings.|
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