Primetime Ratings: Fox's Cooking Duo Up From Premieres

Roughly four million viewers tune in to see L.A. Kings win first Stanley Cup

cooking show duo of Hell's Kitchen and MasterChef were both up
13% from last week's premieres for a 2.7 and 2.6 rating, respectively, in the
18-49 demo, according to Nielsen overnight numbers. The two led Fox to win the
night with an overall 2.7/8.

NBC aired the
clinching game of the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals, for a third place 1.6/5. The Los
Angeles Kings' 6-1 victory -- which gave the team its first title in franchise
history -- averaged 4.1 million viewers from 8-11 p.m., and the 1.6 rating was
up 60% from Game 1's fast-affiliate rating (the only other game this series
that aired on NBC during the week). It was however, down 20% from last year's
Game 6 (Boston Bruins-Vancouver Canucks), which aired June 13, 2011. (As with all live events, ratings are subject
to higher-than-normal adjustments.)

ABC took second
with an overall 1.9/5. The Bachelorette was up 5% from last week to a

CBS' (1.4/4) and
The CW (0.2/1) aired repeats to round out the night.