TV Ratings: Hail "The King"
CBS's "The King of Queens" was back with a bang Monday night scoring its best numbers in over 3 years (13,4 million) retaining 100% of the "Two and a Half Men" audience. ABC of course danced the night away with 18,7 million who watched its reality contest which almost crossed the 20 million mark in the final half hour.
A 90-minute edition of "The Bachelor" went down almost a million scoring 9,23 million viewers this week.
"24" on FOX was up half a million (11,38 mil.) from last week's well-deserved season low, while CSI: Miami on CBS was the top show at 10pm (15,94 mil.)
The series premiere of NBC's new comedy show "Thank God You're Here" opened at 9pm with 9,54 million, while posting 7,08 million in the 10pm slot.
If we however look at the half hour breakdown, we can see that only 6,31 million watched the final half hour of the show.
The comedy moves to its regular timeslot Wednesdays at 8pm next week, after "Friday Night Lights" concludes its 1st season tomorrow night.
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