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Thursday Ratings: ER Fans Welcome Back Mark Greene

Viewers in the mood to reminisce returned to ER last night. The appearance of Anthony Edwards gave a nice boost to the closing series - and network - yesterday. Unfortunately, the ratings bump wasn’t enough to overtake CBS in either the viewers or demos this Thursday.

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Wednesday Ratings: CMAs Top Draw for ABC

For the 2nd Wednesday in a row, ABC benefited from non-regular programming. Last week, the Alphabet network had a special episode of DWTS. This week, the CMAs were the one to thank. Yesterday’s broadcast of the 42nd annual event gave ABC wins in both the viewers and the demos.

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TV Extensions, Renewals and Cancellations (11/12)

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What would November sweeps be without a few surprising shakeups? Here’s an update on the shows you will and won’t be seeing in the months to come:

CANCELLATIONS
  • 30 Days (FX)
  • Lipstick Jungle (NBC) - Series will end its run later this winter
  • Mad TV (FOX) - The show’s 14th season will be its last
  • My Own Worst Enemy (NBC) - Series will end its run on 12/15

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Wednesday Ratings: Viewers Suffering from Post-Election Crash

Voters tired of political ads - and television in general - took a rest from the boob tube last night. This meant lower numbers for most programs and a disappointing season debut for Law & Order. (The show had its worst Wednesday ever.) Thanks to a rare mid-week airing of DWTS, ABC was tops with the viewers yesterday. Meanwhile, the Alphabet network was also tied with FOX in the demos.

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Thursday Ratings: 30 Rock Gets Post-Palin Bump

Politics has been kind to ratings-starved shows lately. On Wednesday, Pushing Daisies received a nice bump thanks to Obama’s primetime ad. Now 30 Rock has Tina Fey’s recent popularity to thank. Last night, the NBC comedy saw its highest numbers ever. But a minor ratings boost wasn’t enough to help NBC. By night’s end, CBS was still on top in both the viewers and the demos.

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NBC Shuffles Programming Schedule

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Realizing the network has not been receiving the kind of attention it would like, NBC has already decided to change up its fall programming schedule. Starting next month, Wednesday nights will start to look a bit more like a page from CBS.

Although the show has already seen time slots on Mondays and Fridays, is now being given a third chance on hump days this season. As of November 5th, the sophomore series will be sandwiched in between airings of Knight Rider and the original Law & Order. This scheduling adjustment will give then NBC its very own crime-related evening.

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Friday Ratings: Ghost Whisperer, Numb3rs Hit Season Highs

Despite being sandwiched in between Friday night’s best shows, CBS’ The Ex List continues to slide in the ratings. Nevertheless, the network still manages to dominate the week-end numbers.

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Friday Ratings: So-So Debut for Crusoe

You gotta give NBC a hand for at least trying something different. Although it did better than last week’s episode of America’s Toughest Jobs, the network’s two-hour debut of Crusoe was third in its hour with the demos. Friday night, once again, totally belonged to CBS.

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Friday Ratings: ABC Picks Up Traction

Despite low premiere numbers last Friday, ABC’s lineup picked up a little steam this week. This improvement, however, was not enough to take down CBS’ strong staples.

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Monday Ratings: Heroes Continues Sinking

Things aren’t looking good over at NBC. Heroes and Chuck both premiered with declines—and have now continued their seasons with declines. This lack of competition helped ABC with the viewers and CBS with another win in the demos.

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