By the Numbers: NBC's Ratings Enemy

Sadly for NBC, the combination of Christian Slater and constant Olympics previews (and better reviews than expected) didn't seem to cut it for My Own Worst Enemy, which premiered to a lukewarm 7.3 million viewers.

CBS and ABC ruled the night with new episodes of:

Dancing with the Stars (ABC) - 16.7 million viewers

Two and a Half Men (CBS) - 14.6 million viewers

CSI: Miami (CBS) - 13 million viewers

Samantha Who? (ABC) - 11.7 million viewers

The remaining CBS comedies all drew in the 9 million range.

Over on NBC, besides Enemy's modest premiere, Heroes received only 8.6 million viewers and Chuck an even more anemic 6 million (if Chuck gets canceled, I might get angry to the proportions of you Moonlight fans).

Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill received 3.3 and 3.4 million viewers respectively for The CW.

What did everyone watch on TV last night?

Sources: E!Online and TV Decoder



Default avatar cat
Oct 15, 2008 8:20AM EDT

one question? why does a traines spy needs a personality of a working guy from the suburbs? this i dont get?? anyone? investing millions to make a personality who doesnt even know how to use a gun?? and second why edward with all the training and ability will ever give up hes freedom of doing thinghs bisides killing so hes alter personality is the one enjoying a real life?? what the fuck is that? i liked the show but its kind of stupid in that way...hope there is a good reason!!

Default avatar cat
Oct 15, 2008 3:42PM EDT

watched gossip girl, it was one of the best episodes of the good as the dark night and the ex files

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