Primetime Ratings: 'Grimm' Returns Up From Finale

Fox wins as 'Hotel Hell' has highest debut of any new summer series

NBC officially aired the first of its fall premieres Monday, debuting the second season of its fairytale drama Grimm to a 2.0 rating in the adults 18-49 demo, according to Nielsen overnight numbers. That was up 25% from its first season finale and down just a tenth from its series premiere. Earlier, Stars Earn Stripes bowed to a 1.7, helping the network finish in second place with a 1.8/5.

Fox won the night with an overall 2.3/7. The network premiered its third Gordon Ramsay-helmed reality series, Hotel Hell, which drew a 1.9, the highest debut of any new series this summer. Hell's Kitchen, in its new time, was up 4% from its last original three weeks ago to a 2.7.

CBS' repeats put the network in third with a 1.3/4. ABC landed in fourth with a 1.1/3. Bachelor Pad was up 9% to a 1.2 and Glass House was up 17% to a 0.7.

The CW aired a new Remodeled, which drew a 0.1, to give the network an overall 0.2/1.