TV Ratings: "Samantha Who" Hits Series High; "Heroes" Hits Season Low
No wonder ABC was quick to pick up "Samantha Who" for a full season of 22 episodes yesterday. After dropping a little bit in week #2, TV's top-rated sitcom bounced back to a series high of 15.36 million viewers on Monday. Plus, "Heroes" hits a new season-low.
CBS sitcoms "How I Met Your Mother" and "The Big Bang Theory" continued to grow with the latter scoring almost 9 million viewers.
NBC's "Heroes" shed another 300,000 viewers this week hitting a new season-low of 10.45 million.
At this time last year the show scored 14.74 million viewers airing after "Deal or No Deal" which pulled in almost 17 million viewers.
"Heroes" might run into more trouble once FOX replaces the underwhelming "K-Ville" with "24" in January.
NBC's new shows "Chuck" and "Journeyman" are also not doing too well, as the latter has now fallen below 6 million.
Dancing with the Stars (21.57 million)
Samantha Who (15.36 million)
The Bachelor (10.59 million)
How I Met Your Mother (8.55 million)
The Big Bang Theory (8.92 million)
Two and a Half Men (14.12 million)
Rules of Engagement (11.24 million)
CSI: Miami (15.19 million)
Chuck (7.03 million)
Heroes (10.45 million)
Journeyman (5.93 million)
House (R) (5.82 million)
K-Ville (R) (4.00 million)
Everybody Hates Chris (2.50 million)
Aliens in America (2.11 million)
Girlfriends (2.24 million)
The Game (2.40 million)