"Pushing Daisies" Hits Series-Low
The entire Wednesday night line-up of freshman shows on ABC was down to its all-time low, but unlike "Private Practice" and "Dirty Sexy Money" whose numbers were comparable to last week, the brilliant "Pushing Daisies" lost over a million viewers and went down 19% in 18-49 demo week-to-week. Was it Halloween or is the show slowly withering away?
NBC's "Life" did not benefit from a 2-hour edition of "Phenomenon" sinking to a dramatic low of only 5.72 million viewers. Although the show began its run on the Peacock network a month ago on a par with "Dirty Sexy Money," ABC sudser is now a clear winner in that race.
The weakest link in CBS' winning line-up remains its 8pm reality show "Kid Nation." However, because of the weak competition in the hour, the show came out as #2 among adults 18-49. CBS won Halloween night and aired the the #1 show "Criminal Minds" (14.69 million).
The #1 show among adults 18-49 was ABC's "Private Practice" (3.8).
Pushing Daisies (8.58 million)
Private Practice (11.23 million)
Dirty Sexy Money (8.38 million)
Kid Nation (6.89 million)
Criminal Minds (14.69 million)
CSI: NY (13.84 million)
Phenomenon (5.95 million)
Life (5.72 million)
Back to You (R) (5.17 million)
'Till Death (R) (4.90 million)
Kitchen Nightmares (R) (3.84 million)
America's Next Top Model: Clip Show (3.28 million)
Gossip Girl (R) (1.49 million)