TV Ratings Report: An Easy Win for CBS

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Without a new episode of Glee as competition, NCIS and CBS cruised to a ratings victory last night. We've posted the final numbers below...

8 p.m.
NCIS: 19.1 million viewers
No Ordinary Family: 7.4 million
The Biggest Loser: 6.7 million
Glee rerun: 5.55 million
One Tree Hill: 1.9 million

9 p.m.
NCIS: Los Angeles (pictured): 16 million
Dancing With the Stars: 15.3 million
The Biggest Loser: 7.3 million
Raising Hope rerun: 4.35 million)/Running Wilde: 3 million
Life Unexpected: 1.5 million

10 p.m.
The Good Wife: 12.2 million
Detroit 1-8-7: 8.3 million
Parenthood: 4.9 million

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    NCIS cruises to a ratings victory every week, new Glee or no new Glee! I love both shows, but NCIS kills Glee every week!


    If One Tree Hill get cancel then so will 90210 and Gossip Girl both shows do lower then One Tree Hill on Monday night!


    wow, a glee rerun did better than OTH...that is not good :(


    Aww poor OTH and Life Unexpected. They gonna get canceled?