Tuesday TV Show Ratings: Vegas, Emily Owens, Happy Endings, Hart of Dixie, Raising Hope

Tuesday, October 30, 2012 ratings — Original episodes: The Voice, NCIS, Dancing with the Stars, Raising Hope, Hart of Dixie, Ben and Kate, NCIS: Los Angeles, New Girl, Happy Endings, Emily Owens MD, The Mindy Project, Don’t Trust the B in Apartment 23, Vegas, and 20/20. Sports or specials: NBC News hurricane special.

On NBC, The Voice won the night’s top demo with a 4.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic (+7% week-to-week change) and 12.1 million total viewers. NBC skipped sitcoms Go On and The New Normal and aired a hurricane news special, which won its timeslot and registered a 2.9 rating with 8.3 million.

On CBS, NCIS had the night’s biggest audience with a 3.4 demo rating (+6% week-to-week) with 18.3 million viewers. NCIS: Los Angeles followed with a 2.8 rating (0% change) and 16.0 million. The night wrapped with Vegas and a 1.7 rating (+6%) and 10.7 million.

On ABC, Dancing with the Stars drew a 1.9 rating (-17% week-to-week change) and 11.8 million. It was followed by Happy Endings with a 1.4 rating (-22%) and 4.7 million and then Don’t Trust the B in Apartment 23 with a 1.2 rating (-29% change) and 3.4 million. The alphabet network finished the evening with a special edition of 20/20 which registered a 1.3 rating and 4.8 million.

On FOX, Raising Hope began the night with a 1.7 rating (0% week-to-week change) and 4.1 million, followed by Ben and Kate with a 1.4 rating (0%) and 3.1 million viewers. At 9pm, New Girl drew a 2.3 rating (-15%) and 4.8 million viewers. The Mindy Project then returned with a 1.5 rating (-21%) and 3.2 million.

And on The CW, Hart of Dixie drew a 0.6 rating (+20% change) with 1.4 million. Emily Owens, MD followed with a 0.3 rating (0% change) and 1.0 million viewers.

What do you think? Do you think Happy Endings and Don’t Trust the B are doomed to be cancelled? How about some of the FOX sitcoms? What were you watching last night?

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17 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. geri says

    All three CBS shows are on my favorites list. I haven’t made up my mind what the other networks rely on for there programing. I don’t watch many sh0ws on the other networds.

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