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Tuesday Ratings: NBC Falls Behind

NBC suffered last night without its reality hit, The Biggest Loser.  The network - which came in second last week - dropped to fourth in total viewers this time around.

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Sunday Ratings: ABC Ends the Weekend on Top

Even though Housewives hit a new series low, the finale of Oprah’s Big Give helped keep ABC in first place for Sunday.

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Wednesday Ratings: Presidential Debate Draws Interest

Even though it was the umpteenth time Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton had faced off, ABC’s debate actually did quite well…especially on an American Idol night.

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  • Yesterday’s 2008 presidential (10.7 million, 2.7/7 in 18-49) was the season’s most-watched.
  • (9.7 million, 2.6/8) and Big Brother (6.1 million, 2.3/7) were both up 100,00 from last week.
  • (2.0/7) had 5.8 million laughing; (7 million, 2.4/7) did even better.
  • About 3.7 million saw Stacy-Ann sent home on (1.8/6).

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Big Brother 9: Batty Natalie Evicted, Ryan is New Head of Household

Posted by Jacci Lewis Categories: Prime Time, Reality, CBS, Editorial, News,

Natalie EvictedIt is time to bid a fond (or totally relieved) farewell to the bikini barista from Salem, Oregon. Natalie is the latest house guest to get the boot on .

Natalie ended up on the chopping block next to Sharon after Adam inexplicably won the Power of Veto challenge where house guests had to solve a complicated multi-TV, multi-remote challenge. The mushy-mouthed and dim-looking public relations flak solved the puzzle in a mere 3:20 seconds. It took box of rocks Natalie 12:09 seconds (though Sheila was the biggest dolt, it took her more than 15 minutes to get it right).

When the time came to use the POV, obviously Adam saved himself forcing Sheila to put someone else up for eviction. No big surprise here, she chose Natalie. In the end, Ryan voted to evict Natalie saying she is just too good at endurance competitions to safely keep her around. Adam voted to evict Sharon saying she hasn’t done anything good for him in the house. Sheila had to break the tie and, of course, evicted Natalie. The other big headline of the night: Ryan is the new Head of Household.

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Tuesday Ratings: The Biggest Loser Weighs in Nicely for NBC

The Biggest Loser, AliThe Biggest Loser finale helped NBC place a strong second behind FOX’s hit reality combo.

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Sunday Ratings: ABC Desperate for Viewers

Although it was the most-watched show overall, the return of Desperate Housewives got off to a slow start. CBS’ Masters overrun didn’t help matters either.  In the end, the Alphabet network came away with both the viewers and the demos.

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Wednesday Ratings: Fewer Viewers Give Back to American Idol

An Idol Gives Back show without an elimination is really just a so-so event.  Although the program was last night’s most watched program, it was down 34% in the demos from a year ago.

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Tuesday Ratings: Viewers Not Interested in Secret Talents

Apparently not many cared that Mya is a fabulous tap dancer or that Sasha Cohen is as bendy as a Chinese acrobat.  The new CBS reality show placed last in its hour.  Meanwhile, FOX rolled away with another Tuesday win.

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Sunday Ratings: Monk, Psych Fail to Register

The introduction of two new (yet old) shows on NBC did little to help the network.  ABC once again won the Sunday demos and came close to surpassing CBS with the viewers.

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Monk, Tony Shalhoub

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Wednesday Ratings: CBS Has a Nice Comeback

Although FOX was once again a winner on Wednesday night, the returns of two CBS dramas helped put a small dent in their opponent’s numbers.

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