CBS’ The Good Wife this Sunday put up especially good numbers, rising 4 percent in total audience to a season-high 9.8 million viewers and rising two tenths to match this season’s best demo rating, 1.6, per fast nationals.
And this was airing an hour later in many markets (due to football overrun), and with the World Series now out of the mix.
Leading into Good Wife, The Amazing Race did 9.4 mil/2.0, up 16 percent and two tenths. The Mentalist swapped in a repeat due to the late start time, thus pushing back all coming episodes by a week.
Over on ABC, Once Upon a Time (7.5 mil/2.3) and Betrayal (3.5 mil/1.0) each added a handful of viewers and a tenth in the demo, while Revenge rose 11 and 21 percent to 6.3 mil/1.7.
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With a vampires-themed “news” special opening the Peacock’s night with 2.6 million total viewers and an anemic 0.7 rating — versus Dateline‘s week-ago 6 mil/1.3 — Grimm dropped 19 and 17 percent to 5 mil and a 1.5.
Dracula in turn drew 3.4 mil and a 1.3, falling 36 and 28 percent from its strong debut.
Over on ABC, Last Man Standing (6.2 mil/1.4) ticked up a tenth from its last fresh outing, while The Neighbors (4.6 mil/1.0) was flat. Shark Tank (7.1 mil/1.9) dipped a tenth but easily commanded Friday’s best demo rating.
CBS’ Undercover Boss (9 mil/1.4) added audience but dropped two tenths in the demo, Hawaii Five-0 (9.6 mil/1.3) ticked down a tenth and Blue…
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On Friday, the network ordered additional episodes of the Tuesday-night comedies, bringing their freshman-season tallies to 22.
ABC issued a vote of confidence in mid-October when it asked for additional scripts of both sitcoms.
The Rebel Wilson-fronted Super Fun Night, meanwhile, received an order for four more episodes.
The news follows last month’s pick-up of the network’s drama Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
TVLine’s 2014 Renewal Scorecard has been updated to reflect these changes.
There will be no happy ending forThe Client List.
Lifetime has pulled the plug on Jennifer Love Hewitt’s racy drama after two seasons, TVLine has confirmed.
The decision comes five months after our sister site Deadline reported that Lifetime and Sony TV were in a standoff with Hewitt over the creative direction of a potential third season. Hewitt was requesting that her real-life fiance and baby daddy Brian Hallisay play her character Riley’s baby daddy on the show — something producers balked at.
Ratings for The Client List slipped in Season 2, from 2.7 million viewers for the premiere to 2 million for the finale.