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Thursday, March 1

Total Viewers (in millions)

1. American Idol (120 mins): 18.27

2. The Big Bang Theory (RR): 11.11

3. Person of Interest (RR): 9.47

4. Rob: 8.99 (-1,340,000)

5. The Mentalist (RR): 8.87

6. Awake: 6.24

7. The Office: 4.95 (-70,000)

8. Wipeout (RR): 4.54

9. 30 Rock: 3.77 (+70,000)

9. Parks & Recreation: 3.77 (+340,000)

11. Up All Night: 3.47 (+50,000)

12. Grey's Anatomy (RR): 3.44

13. Jimmy Kimmel Live (RR): 3.03

14. The Vampire Diaries (RR): 1.11

15. Supernatural (RR): 0.95

Adults 18-49

1. American Idol (120 mins): 5.4/15

1. The Big Bang Theory (RR): 3.2/10

3. Rob: 2.6/7 (-.3)

4. The Office: 2.5/7 (-.1)

5. Awake: 2.0/5

6. Person of Interest (RR): 1.8/5

7. The Mentalist (RR): 1.7/5

7. Parks & Recreation: 1.7/5 (same)

9. Up All Night: 1.6/4 (-.1)

10. 30 Rock: 1.4/4 (-.1)

11. Wipeout (RR): 1.3/4

12. Grey's Anatomy (RR): 1.1/3

13. Jimmy Kimmel Live (RR): 0.9/3

14. The Vampire Diaries (RR): 0.4/1

15. Supernatural (RR): 0.3/2

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Friday, March 2

Total Viewers (in millions)

1. Blue Bloods: 11.47 (+120,000)

2. A Gifted Man: 9.70 (+650,000)

3. Undercover Boss: 9.53 (+850,000)

4. Who Do You Think You Are?: 7.37 (+2,370,000)

5. Shark Tank: 5.69 (-170,000)

6. Grimm: 5.30 (+510,000)

7. 20/20: 5.28 (+550,000)

8. Primetime - What Would You Do?: 5.16 (+560,000)

9. Dateline: 4.03 (-960,000)

10. Kitchen Nightmares (RR, 9pm): 2.72

11. Kitchen Nightmares (RR, 8pm): 2.42

12. Supernatural (RR): 1.03

13. Nikita (RR): 0.89

Adults 18-49

1. Undercover Boss: 2.0/7 (+.1)

2. Blue Bloods: 1.7/5 (same)

3. Grimm: 1.6/5 (+.1)

3. Shark Tank: 1.6/5 (-.2)

5. Primetime - What Would You Do?: 1.5/5 (+.1)

5. A Gifted Man: 1.5/4 (+.2)

5. 20/20: 1.5/4 (+.3)

8. Who Do You Think You Are?: 1.4/5 (+.4)

9. Dateline: 1.3/4 (same)

10. Kitchen Nightmares (RR, 9pm): 1.1/3

11. Kitchen Nightmares (RR, 8pm): 0.9/3

12. Supernatural (RR): 0.3/1

13. Nikita (RR): 0.2/1

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Sunday, March 4

Total Viewers (in millions)

1. Once Upon A Time: 10.67 (+830,000)

2. The Amazing Race: 10.30 (+2,590,000)

3. CSI: Miami: 10.14

4. The Good Wife: 9.83

5. Desperate Housewives: 8.21 (+560,000)

6. GCB: 7.56

7. Celebrity Apprentice: 6.67 (+1,470,000)

8. Family Guy: 5.33 (-140,000)

9. The Simpsons: 5.09 (-680,000)

10. American Dad: 4.29 (-140,000)

11. Napoleon Dynamite: 4.05 (-360,000)

12. Celebrity Apprentice (RR, 8pm): 3.67

13. The Cleveland Show: 3.11 (+500,000)

Adults 18-49

1. Once Upon A Time: 3.4/9 (+.3)

2. Family Guy: 2.8/7 (same)

2. The Amazing Race: 2.8/7 (+.6)

4. The Simpsons: 2.5/7 (-.1)

4. Desperate Housewives: 2.5/6 (+.3)

6. Celebrity Apprentice: 2.3/6 (+.5)

7. GCB: 2.2/6

8. American Dad: 2.1/5 (-.1)

8. CSI: Miami: 2.1/5

10. Napoleon Dynamite: 2.0/5 (same)

11. The Good Wife: 1.9/4

12. The Cleveland Show: 1.5/5 (+.3)

13. Celebrity Apprentice (RR, 8pm): 1.1/3

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Monday, March 5

Total Viewers (in millions)

1. The Voice: 16.85 (+1,960,000)

2. The Bachelor: 8.19 (+140,000)

3. Two and a Half Men (RR): 7.94

4. Smash: 7.76 (+1,120,000)

5. Two Broke Girls (RR): 7.00

6. Mike & Molly (RR): 6.89

7. Hawaii Five-O (RR): 6.67

8. Castle (RR): 6.63

9. How I Met Your Mother (RR): 6.14

10. Alcatraz (8pm): 5.82 (-390,000)

11. Alcatraz (9pm): 5.47

12. America's Next Top Model (RR): 0.92

13. Hart Of Dixie (RR): 0.63

Adults 18-49

1. The Voice: 6.2/16 (+.8)

2. Smash: 2.7/7 (+.4)

3. The Bachelor: 2.5/6 (-.1)

4. Two and a Half Men (RR): 2.1/5

4. Two Broke Girls (RR): 2.1/5

6. How I Met Your Mother (RR): 2.0/6

7. Alcatraz (8pm): 1.9/5 (same)

8. Alcatraz (9pm): 1.8/4

8. Mike & Molly (RR): 1.8/4

10. Hawaii Five-O (RR): 1.5/4

11. Castle (RR): 1.4/4

12. America's Next Top Model (RR): 0.3/1

13. Hart Of Dixie (RR): 0.2

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Tuesday, March 6

Total Viewers (in millions)

1. NCIS (RR): 14.49

2. NCIS: Los Angeles (RR): 12.10

3. Unforgettable (RR): 8.33

4. The Biggest Loser: 6.03 (+330,000)

5. New Girl: 6.00 (-270,000)

6. Last Man Standing (RR): 5.50

7. Raising Hope: 4.74

8. Body Of Proof (RR): 4.72

9. Cougar Town: 4.33 (+30,000)

10. The River: 4.21 (+170,000)

11. I Hate My Teenage Daughter: 3.74

12. Breaking In: 3.60

13. Decision 2012: 2.56

14. 90210: 1.26 (-80,000)

15. Ringer: 1.25 (+100,000)

Adults 18-49

1. New Girl: 3.0/8 (same)

2. NCIS (RR): 2.4/4

3. Raising Hope: 2.1/6

4. The Biggest Loser: 2.0/5 (same)

5. NCIS: Los Angeles (RR): 1.9/5

6. Breaking In: 1.7/4

7. I Hate My Teenage Daughter: 1.6/4

8. Cougar Town: 1.5/4 (-.1)

8. The River: 1.5/4 (same)

10. Unforgettable (RR): 1.4/4

11. Last Man Standing (RR): 1.3/4

12. Body Of Proof (RR): 0.9/2

13. Decision 2012: 0.8/2

14. 90210: 0.7/2 (same)

15. Ringer: 0.5/1 (+.1)

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Wednesday, March 7

Total Viewers (in millions)

1. American Idol (120 mins): 18.69 (+1,460,000)

2. Survivor: 10.78 (+130,000)

3. CSI (RR): 8.34

4. Criminal Minds (RR): 7.15

5. Modern Famiy (RR): 6.14

6. The Middle (RR): 5.22

7. Revenge For Real: 5.03

8. Suburgatory (RR): 4.55

9. Happy Endings: 4.49 (-1,450,000)

10. Whitney: 4.23 (+100,000)

11. Are You There, Chelsea?: 3.62 (+170,000)

12. Rock Center with Brian Williams: 3.53 (+780,000)

13. Law & Order: SVU (RR): 3.46

14. One Tree Hill: 1.47 (-100,000)

15. American's Next Top Model: 1.32 (+150,000)

Adults 18-49

1. American Idol (120 mins): 5.7/16 (+.7)

2. Survivor: 3.2/9 (+.1)

3. Modern Famiy (RR): 2.4/6

4. Happy Endings: 2.0/5 (-.7)

5. CSI (RR): 1.8/5

6. Whitney: 1.6/5 (+.1)

7. Are You There, Chelsea?: 1.5/4 (+.2)

7. Criminal Minds (RR): 1.5/4

7. The Middle (RR): 1.5/5

7. Suburgatory (RR): 1.5/4

11. Revenge For Real: 1.4/4

12. Law & Order: SVU (RR): 1.0/3

12. Rock Center with Brian Williams: 1.0/3 (+.3)

14. One Tree Hill: 0.7/2 (ame)

15. American's Next Top Model: 0.6/2 (+.1)

Why in the world did ABC air a new episode of Happy Endings when the rest of their lineup was in repeats? Are they trying to sabotage their second highest rated (in demos) comedy? Makes no sense.

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Thursday, March 8

Total Viewers (in millions)

1. American Idol: 17.27

2. Person of Interest: 15.67 (+1,110,000)

3. The Big Bang Theory: 15.04 (-1,160,000)

4. The Mentalist: 13.84 (+480,000)

5. The Big Bang Theory (RR, 8:30pm): 12.41

6. The Finder: 7.08 (+900,000)

7. The Office: 4.89 (-60,000)

8. Wipeout (RR): 4.47

9. Awake: 4.33 (-1,910,000)

10. Grey's Anatomy (RR): 4.09

11. GCB (RR): 3.78

12. Parks & Recreation: 3.66 (-110,000)

13. Up All Night: 3.44 (-30,000)

14. 30 Rock: 3.42 (-350,000)

15. The Vampire Diaries (RR): 1.00

16. Supernatural (RR): 0.83

Adults 18-49

1. The Big Bang Theory: 5.1/15 (-.2)

2. American Idol: 4.9/14

3. The Big Bang Theory (RR, 8:30pm): 3.9/11

4. Person of Interest: 3.4/9 (+.3)

5. The Mentalist: 2.8/8 (+.2)

6. The Office: 2.6/7 (+.1)

7. The Finder: 2.3/6 (+.3)

8. Parks & Recreation: 1.8/5 (+.1)

9. Up All Night: 1.7/4 (+.1)

10. Awake: 1.6/4 (-.4)

11. 30 Rock: 1.4/4 (same)

11. Grey's Anatomy (RR): 1.4/4

13. Wipeout (RR): 1.3/4

13. GCB (RR): 1.3/4

15. The Vampire Diaries (RR): 0.4/1

16. Supernatural (RR): 0.3/1

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3. The Big Bang Theory: 15.04 (-1,160,000)

1. The Big Bang Theory: 5.1/15 (-.2)

5. The Big Bang Theory (RR, 8:30pm): 12.41

3. The Big Bang Theory (RR, 8:30pm): 3.9/11

Well after trying out Bleep My Dad Says, Rules of Engagement, How to Be a Gentleman, and Rob, I think CBS has finally found what comedy they should air after Big Bang Theory, it's self. laugh.png

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Friday, March 9

Total Viewers (in millions)

1. Blue Bloods: 11.27 (-200,000)

2. The Mentalist: 11.83

3. Undercover Boss: 10.02 (+490,000)

4. Shark Tank: 5.38 (-318,000)

5. Grimm: 5.15 (-150,000)

6. Who Do You Think You Are?: 5.05 (-2,320,000)

7. Dateline: 5.03 (+1,000,000)

8. 20/20: 4.55 (-730,000)

9. Primetime - What Would You Do?: 4.21 (-950,000)

10. Kitchen Nightmares (RR, 9pm): 2.99

11. Kitchen Nightmares (RR, 8pm): 2.67

12. Supernatural (RR): 1.16

13. Nikita (RR): 1.15

Adults 18-49

1. Undercover Boss: 2.0/7 (same)

2. The Mentalist: 1.8/5

3. Blue Bloods: 1.6/5 (-.1)

4. Grimm: 1.5/4 (-.1)

5. Shark Tank: 1.4/5 (-.2)

6. 20/20: 1.3/4 (-.2)

6. Dateline: 1.3/4 (same)

8. Primetime - What Would You Do?: 1.2/4 (-.2)

8. Kitchen Nightmares (RR, 9pm): 1.2/4

10. Who Do You Think You Are?: 1.0/3 (-.4)

10. Kitchen Nightmares (RR, 8pm): 1.0/3

12. Supernatural (RR): 0.4/1

13. Nikita (RR): 0.3/1

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Sunday, March 11

Total Viewers (in millions)

1. CSI: Miami: 10.72 (+580,000)

2. The Good Wife: 9.88 (+50,000)

3. The Amazing Race: 9.70 (-600,000)

4. Once Upon A Time: 9.29 (-1,400,000)

5. Harry's Law: 9.05

6. Desperate Housewives: 8.39 (+180,000)

7. GCB: 7.12 (-440,000)

8. Celebrity Apprentice: 6.45 (-220,000)

9. Family Guy: 5.74 (+410,000)

10. The Simpsons: 4.97 (-120,000)

11. American Dad: 4.62 (+330,000)

12. Bob's Burgers: 4.04

13. The Cleveland Show: 3.35 (+240,000)

Adults 18-49

1. Once Upon A Time: 2.9/8 (-.5)

1. The Amazing Race: 2.9/8 (+.1)

3. Family Guy: 2.8/7 (same)

4. Desperate Housewives: 2.6/6 (+.1)

5. GCB: 2.3/6 (+.1)

5. The Simpsons: 2.3/7 (-.2)

7. American Dad: 2.2/5 (+.1)

8. CSI: Miami: 2.1/5 (same)

9. Celebrity Apprentice: 2.0/5 (-.3)

10. Bob's Burgers: 1.9/5

11. The Good Wife: 1.7/4 (-.2)

12. The Cleveland Show: 1.6/5 (+.1)

13. Harry's Law: 1.1/3

Wow at Harry's Law at over 9 million viewers with such low demos. Old people sure love the show. I wonder if NBC will disrgard the low demos and renew the show based on the total viewers. I watch the show, so I hope they will.

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I agree. Even though demos rule all, Harry's Law is the only scripted show on NBC that can pull 10+ million viewers and IMO, what NBC needs most of all is more eyeballs watching their shows. That's partially the secret to CBS's success, nearly all their shows can pull 10+ million viewers even if the demo isn't the best.

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Monday, March 12

Total Viewers (in millions)

1. The Voice: 14.51 (-2,340,000)

2. The Bachelor: After the Final Rose: 9.87

3. The Bachelor: 9.23 (+1,040,000)

4. Hawaii Five-O (RR): 7.93

5. Two and a Half Men (RR): 7.65

6. Mike & Molly (RR): 7.27

7. Smash: 7.04 (-720,000)

8. Two Broke Girls (RR): 6.52

9. How I Met Your Mother (RR): 5.74

10. Alcatraz: 5.07 (-400,000)

11. House (RR): 3.61

12. America's Next Top Model: 0.90

13. Hart Of Dixie (RR): 0.48

Adults 18-49

1. The Voice: 5.2/14 (-1.0)

2. The Bachelor: After the Final Rose: 3.3/8

3. The Bachelor: 2.9/8 (+.4)

4. Smash: 2.4/6 (-.3)

5. Two Broke Girls (RR): 2.1/6

6. Two and a Half Men (RR): 2.1/5

7. How I Met Your Mother (RR): 1.9/6

7. Mike & Molly (RR): 1.9/5

9. Hawaii Five-O (RR): 1.6/4

9. Alcatraz: 1.6/4 (-.3)

11. House (RR): 1.1/3

12. America's Next Top Model: 0.3/1

13. Hart Of Dixie (RR): 0.1

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Tuesday, March 13

Total Viewers (in millions)

1. NCIS (RR): 12.98

2. NCIS: Los Angeles (RR): 11.33

3. Body Of Proof: 7.46 (+630,000)

4. Unforgettable (RR): 7.25

5. The Biggest Loser: 6.46 (+430,000)

6. New Girl: 5.74 (-260,000)

7. Last Man Standing (RR): 5.27

8. Fashion Star: 4.55

9. Raising Hope: 4.31 (-430,000)

10. Cougar Town: 4.17 (-160,000)

11. The River: 4.09 (-120,000)

12. I Hate My Teenage Daughter: 3.57 (-170,000)

13. Breaking In: 3.38 (-220,000)

14. 90210: 1.16 (-100,000)

15. Ringer: 1.11 (-140,000)

Adults 18-49

1. New Girl: 2.8/8 (-.2)

2. NCIS (RR): 2.1/7

2. The Biggest Loser: 2.1/6 (+.1)

4. NCIS: Los Angeles (RR): 1.9/5

5. Raising Hope: 1.8/6 (-.3)

6. Fashion Star: 1.6/4

7. Breaking In: 1.5/4 (-.5)

8. Body Of Proof: 1.4/4 (same)

8. I Hate My Teenage Daughter: 1.4/4 (-.2)

8. Cougar Town: 1.4/4 (-.1)

11. Unforgettable (RR): 1.3/4

11. Last Man Standing (RR): 1.3/4

11. The River: 1.3/4 (-.2)

14. 90210: 0.6/2 (-.1)

15. Ringer: 0.4/1 (-.1)

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Wednesday, March 14

Total Viewers (in millions)

1. American Idol (120 mins): 18.38 (-310,000)

2. CSI: 11.71 (+410,000)

3. Criminal Minds: 11.43 (-1,110,000)

4. Modern Famiy: 10.60 (-1,030,000)

5. Survivor: 10.56 (-220,000)

6. The Middle: 6.93 (-1,300,000)

7. Suburgatory: 6.21 (-640,000)

8. Happy Endings: 5.27 (+780,000)

9. Revenge For Real: 4.37 (-660,000)

10. Whitney: 3.91 (-320,000)

11. Are You There, Chelsea?: 2.88 (-740,000)

12. Rock Center with Brian Williams: 2.61 (-290,000)

13. Law & Order: SVU (RR): 2.52

14. One Tree Hill: 1.52 (+50,000)

15. American's Next Top Model: British Invasion: 1.01

Adults 18-49

1. American Idol (120 mins): 5.4/16 (-.3)

2. Modern Famiy: 4.5/12 (-.3)

3. Survivor: 3.0/9 (-.2)

4. CSI: 2.8/8 (+.2)

4. Criminal Minds: 2.8/8 (-.3)

6. Happy Endings: 2.4/6 (+.4)

7. The Middle: 2.1/7 (-.5)

7. Suburgatory: 2.1/6 (-.2)

9. Whitney: 1.4/5 (-.2)

10. Revenge For Real: 1.2/3 (-.2)

11. Are You There, Chelsea?: 1.1/3 (-.4)

12. One Tree Hill: 0.8/2 (+.1)

13. Law & Order: SVU (RR): 0.7/2

14. Rock Center with Brian Williams: 0.6/2 (-.4)

15. American's Next Top Model: British Invasion: 0.5/1

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