TV Show Ratings for Thursday, 02/17/11 [finals]

Parks and RecreationNetwork television had a pretty bad night and almost all of the shows were down. The biggest losers were ABC’s Wipeout and Private Practice, and NBC’s Parks and Recreation, Outsourced, and 30 Rock.

Here are the final ratings for all of the network shows on Thursday, with percentages (gain/loss) as compared to the last original episode. They’ll be figured into the season averages for our network rankings posts at the end of the week.

Wipeout (95% coverage ABC normally 98%)
– 6.017 million viewers
– 3.3/5 HH
– 1.9/5 A18-49 (-13.6%)

Grey’s Anatomy (61 minutes)
– 10.238 million viewers
– 6.7/11 HH
– 3.7/10 A18-49 (-5.1%)

Private Practice (59 minutes)
– 6.727 million viewers
– 4.8/8 HH
– 2.3/7 A18-49 (-11.5%)

The Big Bang Theory
– 12.410 million viewers
– 7.4/12 HH
– 3.7/11 A18-49 (-5.1%)

$#*! My Dad Says
– 9.697 million viewers
– 5.9/10 HH
– 2.6/8 A18-49 (-3.7%)

CSI
– 13.290 million viewers
– 8.1/13 HH
– 2.9/8 A18-49 (+3.6%)

The Mentalist
– 15.005 million viewers
– 9.2/16 HH
– 3.0/9 A18-49 (+3.4%)

Community
– 4.106 million viewers
– 2.5/4 HH
– 1.8/5 A18-49 (no change)

Perfect Couples
– 3.030 million viewers
– 1.9/3 HH
– 1.4/4 A18-49 (-6.7%)

The Office (31 minutes)
– 6.407 million viewers
– 3.6/6 HH
– 3.3/9 A18-49 (-5.7%)

Parks and Recreation (29 minutes)
– 4.326 million viewers
– 2.5/4 HH
– 2.2/6 A18-49 (-12.0%)

30 Rock (31 minutes)
– 4.072 million viewers
– 2.5/4 HH
– 2.0/6 A18-49 (-13.0%)

Outsourced (29 minutes)
– 3.203 million viewers
– 2.1/4 HH
– 1.5/4 A18-49 (-11.8%)

American Idol
– 22.177 million viewers
– 12.0/20 HH
– 7.6/22 A18-49 (+4.1%)

Bones
– 9.836 million viewers
– 5.9/10 HH
– 3.3/9 A18-49 (+3.1%)

The Vampire Diaries
– 3.072 million viewers
– 1.8/3 HH
– 1.4/4 A18-49 (+7.7%)
– 1.5/5 A18-34
– 2.1/6 W18-34 (+5.0%)

Nikita
– 2.100 million viewers
– 1.3/2 HH
– 0.8/2 A18-49 (+14.3%)
– 0.8/2 A18-34
– 0.9/3 W18-34 (-10.0%)

Raw ratings data copyright Nielsen, courtesy Travis Yanan.

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