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Friday Ratings: Daytime Emmys Fail to Shine

Even though the ceremony (barely) won its hour, the 35th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards couldn’t muster enough primetime attention to topple a list of repeats. CBS wound up winning the viewers and ended up in a four-way tie in the demos.

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Ellen Degeneres, Daytime Emmy Awards

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Friday Ratings: CW Actually Posts a Win

Okay - so it wasn’t exactly a win. And it really wasn’t by much. But this is the first time I can recall ever saying CW was tied for the lead in the overnight demos. (It shared the honor with ABC.) CBS, meanwhile, was yesterday’s most-watched network.

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Friday Night Smackdown

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Friday Ratings: Tight Race for Few Viewers

Learning how to spell g-u-e-r-d-o-n was about the most exciting thing that happened to viewers on Friday evening. By night’s end, CBS was a winner in the viewers while NBC was tops in the demos.

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Spelling Bee, Sameer Mishra

  • * (1.4/6 in 18-49) haunted 5.7 million.
  • ‘s coverage of the Scripps National Spelling Bee (1.1/4) had 4.6 million biting their nails.
  • * (4.4 million, 1.1/5) was off track by 500,000.
  • (3.7 million, 1.1/4) roped in 400,000 more.
  • ‘s Little Black Book (2.5 million, 0.9/3) saw 1.5 million less than last week’s movie.

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Friday Ratings: Viewers Take a Vacation

On this 3-day holiday weekend, the viewers - and the networks - decided to take a little time off.

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Cheaper by the Dozen

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Friday Ratings: CBS Finales Close on a Win

CBS’ usually strong lineup racked up another weekend win.  The network placed first in both the viewers and the demos with ABC right behind in second.

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Friday Ratings: CBS Wins Despite Falling Numbers

Despite smaller numbers across the board, CBS managed to hang on for its third week in a row.

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Numb3rs, David Krumholtz

  • (8.7 million, 2.1/8 in 18-49) easily topped the hour.
  • ‘s TV’s All-Time Funniest special (1.6/6) had 6.5 million reminiscing.
  • * (4.2 million, 1.2/5) saw 800,000 tune out.
  • (4.1 million, 1.3/5) took in another 200,000.
  • ‘s Man of the House (3.4 million, 1.1/4) did just as well as last week’s movie.

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Friday Ratings: CBS on a Winning Streak

A victory last night gave the Eye network two Friday wins in a row.

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Are We There Yet?

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Friday Ratings: CBS Returns in Fine Form

A night of originals - and a sensitive vampire - helped CBS dominate Friday nights once again.

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Moonlight

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Friday Ratings: Dateline Does Well for NBC

A lack of originals and Showcase Showdowns put CBS in unfamiliar territory behind NBC.

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Duel

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Friday Ratings: The Numbers Favor CBS

Viewers proved they didn’t care how the US is represented in the Miss Universe pageant. They’d much rather see someone play Plinko.

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Miss USA

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