Primetime Ratings: CBS Wins as Lineup Hits Highs

ABC ties Fox for second in demo

CBS' lineup was up across the board on Thursday, which
propelled the net to win the night with an overall 3.4 rating/10 share with
adults 18-49, according to Nielsen overnight numbers. The Big Bang Theory,
Two and a Half Men
and Person of Interest all registered season
highs. Big Bang rose 8% to a 5.5, and drew a series-high 17.4 million
viewers. Men improved a tenth to a 4.1 and Person was up 7% to a
3.1. Elementary was also up a tenth from last week to a 2.3.

ABC and Fox tied for second with a 2.2/6 each. Last
was down another tenth to a 1.3 and Grey's Anatomy fell 6% to
a 3.1. Scandal, however, was up two tenths to a 2.1.

Fox's The X Factor was up a tenth week-over-week to a
2.4 and Glee was down 13% to a 2.1.

NBC finished fourth with a 1.4/4. 30 Rock was up 9%
from two weeks ago to a 1.2, while Up All Night returned from three
weeks off down 7% to a 1.3. The Office was down 17% from last week's Voice-fueled
season high to a 2.0, more in line with its season average. Parks &
was flat with last week at 1.7 and Rock Center was up 10%
to a 1.1.

For The CW, The Vampire Diaries was down
20% with 18-49s to a 1.2 and down a tenth with 18-34s to a 1.4. Beauty
and the Beast
 was down a tenth with both 18-49s and 18-34s to a 0.6
each. The network finished with a 0.9/3.