Thursday, November 29, 2012 ratings — New episodes: The Big Bang Theory, The X Factor, The Vampire Diaries, 30 Rock, Last Resort, Two And A Half Men, Up All Night, Grey’s Anatomy, Person Of Interest, Glee, The Office, Beauty And The Beast, Parks And Recreation, Elementary, Scandal, and Rock Center With Brian Williams.
On CBS, The Big Bang Theory won the night in both categories with a 5.4 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 17.2 million total viewers. Compared to the last original episode two weeks ago, the series was down by 5% in the demo. Despite any controversy, Two and a Half Men held steady with a 4.1 demo rating and 13.8 million. At 9pm, Person of Interest registered a 2.9 rating (-6% change) with 14.3 million and at 10pm, Elementary drew a 2.2 rating (-4% change) with 10.4 million.
On ABC, cancelled Last Resort hit a new low, falling to a 1.0 demo rating (-17% from the last original episode) with 5.2 million. Grey’s Anatomy followed with a 3.0 in the demo (-6%) and 8.7 million. Scandal wrapped the night with a 2.2 rating (+10% change) and 6.7 million.
On NBC, 30 Rock saw a minor bump for the wedding episode, registering a 1.3 demo rating (+8% episode-to-episode) and 3.6 million. Up All Night found a 1.2 in the demo (-8% change) with 3.0 million. At 9pm, The Office garnered a 1.9 rating (-5% change) and 3.9 million viewers and then Parks and Recreation took a tumble with a 1.4 rating (-18% episode-to-episode) and 3.0 million. At 10pm, always under-performing Rock Center with Brian Williams dropped 25% in the demo to a 0.9 rating and 3.4 million.
And on The CW, The Vampire Diaries took a nice leap to a 1.5 demo rating (+15%) with 3.2 million. It beat both ABC and NBC in its timeslot. At 9pm, Beauty and the Beast grew by 33% episode-to-episode with a 0.8 rating and 2.2 million viewers.
What do you think? Will Last Resort keep falling? Will The CW continue to beat ABC and NBC at 8pm? What were you watching last night?