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Esq., January 19, 2012 | |
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7:15am View Ratings not bad against Football!

Despite the severity of the competition, there was still some interest at CBS and ABC. CBS opened with a repeat of 60 Minutes (#2: 6.2/ 9 at 7 p.m.), followed by Undercover Boss (#2: 6.3/ 9), a repeat of The Good Wife (#3; 4.2/ 6) and an encore telecast of CSI: Miami (#2: 4.3/ 7) from 8-11 p.m. Over a 6-rating in the overnights opposite a football game this large is impressive. ABC aired veteran America’s Funniest Home Videos (#3t: 3.0/ 5), Once Upon a Time (#, 6.0/ 9), Desperate Housewives (#2; 5.5/8) and failed Pan Am (#3: 3.1/ 5) from 7-11 p.m. Also worth positively noting was Once Upon a Time doubling lead-in AFHV.

I’m no good at making sense of the demographics, ratings and all of that, but this is for those of you who can. It looks like it didn’t do too bad against football, though! :)

Read the full Ratings News on Spoilertv -HERE-.

Understanding Ratings

Thank you to pricklepants (who used to work in the entertainment industry) for sending this nice link that expertly and clearly describes ratings for those (like myself) who are constantly confused by it all.

Do you know if watching the show on Hulu the following day counts toward ratings?
glitterallyyours

You know what? I’m not actually positive about that! I think it does? But if it does, I wouldn’t think it would account for much. Just because the ads for something like Hulu and actual TV are totally different.

Is there someone out there who could answer this better than I can? :)