TV ratings: 'The Crazy Ones' dominates 'Michael J. Fox' Thursday with help from 'The Big Bang Theory'

Fast National ratings for Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013The battle of beloved stars returning to TV went decidedly in favor of Robin Williams and "The Crazy Ones" Thursday night, as his CBS show dominated the premiere of "The Michael J. Fox Show" on NBC. "The Crazy Ones" scored the biggest audience of any series premiere so far this fall and the second best 18-49 rating behind "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD." It got a big assist from "The Big Bang Theory," which had its biggest premiere ever and improved on that in a second episode. The news wasn't all good for CBS, though, as "Two and a Half Men" and "Elementary" were both down from their premieres last year.On the upside for NBC, "The Michael J. Fox Show" did build significantly on its "Parks and Recreation" lead-in. "Parks" was low, however, and "Parenthood" was off a little from last year's debut. "Glee" was also down for FOX,...


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