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Monday Ratings: Viewers Go for the Laughs on CBS

Despite a Charlie Brown special and Boston Legal finale on ABC, CBS’ comedies continued to show growth last night. The network’s first three programs had their best numbers all season while Worst Week had its best performance since the premiere.

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Monday Ratings: ABC Suffers Without DWTS

Life post-Dancing with the Stars is always hard for ABC. Despite the Alphabet network’s holiday specials and programming originals, the network was beat by a slate of repeats on CBS.

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Monday Ratings: Season High for How I Met Your Mother

What a difference a few months makes. Last May, CBS was still deciding whether to renew How I Met Your Mother. This November, the comedy has shown considerable growth. Last night, HIMYM‘s new season high helped its network take the win with the demos. ABC, in the meantime, was again on top with the viewers.

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Monday Ratings: Strong Night for CBS Comedies

One week after taking a back seat to NBC’s SNL special, CBS’ comedy lineup experienced a nice rebound. The network came back last night to take a win in the demos while ABC was on top with the viewers.

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FOX Midseason Schedule Includes 24, American Idol Premieres

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In just a few short months, the landscape on FOX will look quite a bit different. In addition to , the viewers will also see the long-awaited return of 24. (Jack Bauer has been MIA since May 2007.)

To make room for the network’s midseason additions, several programs will undergo adjustments to their current schedule. Here are a few of the programming notes:

Monday Ratings: SNL Gives NBC a Rare Monday Win

Somewhere an NBC exec is thinking about permanently replacing Heroes and My Own Worst Enemy. Thanks to a rare Monday night SNL, the Peacock network took a hold of the demos yesterday. Meanwhile, ABC - with the help of DWTS - snagged another win with the viewers.

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Monday Ratings: My Own Worst Enemy Sinks Further

Could Enemy be this year’s Bionic Woman? After a disappointing debut week, NBC’s flashy new series hit another low last night. The Peacock network’s failure meant another split night for ABC and CBS.

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TV Extensions, Renewals and Cancellations (10/17)

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Here’s an update on the shows you will and won’t be seeing in the next couple of months:

EXTENSIONS
  • Eli Stone (ABC)  **four more scripts ordered**
  • Gossip Girl (CW)  **two more scripts ordered**
  • Knight Rider (NBC)  **four more scripts ordered**
  • Medium (NBC)  **three more scripts ordered**
  • The Mentalist (CBS)  **full season order**
  • Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (FOX)  **UPDATE: full season order**

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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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Monday Ratings: Lower Numbers for NBC Shows

Despite assistance from Chuck and Life, Heroes continued on its downward spiral. Meanwhile, ABC - last night’s most-watched network - narrowly lost in the demos to CBS.

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