Thursday, September 29, 2011
Suburgatory Turns out to be No Rankings Limbo The X Factor Lower
Suburgatory Suburgatory scared up 9.81 million souls, based on preliminary Nielsen info. The brand new ABC sitcom at 8:30/7:30c snapped up a 3.3 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds, marking a 27 percent improvement over last year's tenant of times slot, Better Along With You. The comedy, starring Jane Levy and Jeremy Sisto, follows The Center, that was lower to eight.55 million from last week's 9.35 million. Similarly, the majority of Wednesday's rankings were less than a week ago, though to different levels. Read our recap from the X Factor The X Factor, which opened up to some 12.14 million audiences along with a 4.2 demo rating the other day, cut back 11.51 million and three.9 - lower 11 percent - because it filled both hrs on Fox. But CBS eked out a victory for that evening, calculating 11.58 million audiences using its selection of Survivor: South Off-shore, (10.46 million), Criminal Minds (12.62 million) and CSI: Crime Scene Analysis (11.64 million) - the final two winning their particular time slots at 9/8c and 10/9c. Also at 8/7, NBC's Up Through The Night fell to five.34 million in the third week and Free Agents furthered its bid to become the very first show axed with only 3.11 million. The CW's H8R needed to love its uptick in audiences to at least one.43 million. Fall Preview: Get scoop in your favorite coming back shows Emmy-winning comedy Modern Family received probably the most audiences in prime time's middle hour (13.24 million audiences), and also the return of Happy Being that adopted on ABC published a set high with 7.38 million against Minds, and 2 implies that loved just a little development in audience -- NBC's Harry's Law (7.44 million) and America's Next Top Model around the CW (1.71 million). Within the final prime-time hour, ABC's Revenge fell to eight.55 million (versus. 10.15 million because of its premiere), and Law & Order: Special Sufferers Unit snared 7.14 million (in comparison with 7.60 million for last week's thirteenth season premiere).