TV Ratings: ABC's "Dancing" Beats All
"Dancing with the Stars" wins the night; "Two and a Half Men" finale sinks to 10,1 million in a special timeslot; "Heroes" still down; "24" hits new season low and "CSI: Miami" wins the 10 p.m. slot (16,4 million.)
The night belonged to ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" which pulled in 19,27 million viewers last night, followed by "The Bachelor" (10,89 million.)
Has the suitcase novelty worn off? "Deal Or No Deal" which earlier this season averaged 15-19 million viewers at 8 p.m. posted only 8,7 million.
CBS aired the season (series?) finale of "How I Met Your Mother" (7,8 million) which may have dragged down the finale of "Two and a Half Men" with it.
The hour-long series finale of "King of Queens" bowed out with a decent 13,5 million, a figure sure to earn it top comedy honors this week.
9 p.m. rivals "Heroes" (11,4 million) and "24" (10,39 million) posted some of their worst figures ever although they should be picking up steam one week before their respective finales.
"Everybody Hates Chris" was the weakest link in The CW's all-comedy line-up with only 2,3 million viewers.
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