"GREY'S" BEATS "CSI" AGAIN, "SIX DEGREES" A LOSER
The most watched program on broadcast television in the US on Thursday night was once again "Grey's Anatomy". The episode "Sometimes a Fantasy" which gave the underused Justin Chambers an opportunity to hone his acting skills and shine averaged 22,44 million viewers (as opposed to CSI's 21,22 million).
Earlier in the evening, week two of "Ugly Betty" scored almost 15 million viewers losing only 9% of its season premiere audience making the series another winner of the night. It seems ABC has another hit in its strong portfolio.
That can't be said of JJ Abrams produced new drama "Six Degrees" which has not only lost more than 3 million viewers in the past 3 weeks, but also managed to lose over 65% of its "Grey's" lead-in audience last night. That should seal the show's fate very soon.