Primetime Ratings: Most Shows Down as Fox, CBS Tie for Tuesday - Broadcasting & Cable

Primetime Ratings: Most Shows Down as Fox, CBS Tie for Tuesday

‘Raising Hope,' ‘Traffic Light,' ‘NCIS,' ‘Good Wife' hit lows
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Most of Tuesday's shows were down vs. last week, with Fox
and CBS tying for the win on the night with an overall 3.0 rating/8 share with
adults 18-49, according to Nielsen overnight numbers. CBS did, however, win out
by far with total viewers, averaging 15.9 million for the night.

On Fox, Glee was down 9% from last week to a 4.2
rating. Raising Hope fell 19% to a series-low 2.2 with adults
18-49. Newcomer Traffic Light dropped 21% from last week's
series premiere to a 1.5 rating in the demo.

On CBS, NCIS was down 12% to a season-low 3.7. NCIS: LA slipped
6% to a 3.3 rating with adults 18-49 and The Good Wife dropped
9% to tie its series-low 2.0 rating.

NBC followed at a 2.5/7 with The Biggest Loser: Couples down
10% to a season-low 2.7 and Parenthood steady again at a 1.9. 

ABC posted a 1.5/4. No Ordinary Family was even with last
week's series-low 1.5 rating. was up 6% to a 1.9 rating with
adults 18-49. Detroit 1-8-7 fell 8% to a 1.2 rating.

The CW picked up the rear with a 0.8/2. One Tree
Hill
 was up 13% from last week with adults 18-49, posting a 0.8, but
was down 8% with the net's target women 18-34 demo to a 1.2. Hellcats was
flat with last week among both demos at a 0.7 and 1.2, respectively.

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