TV Ratings Report: NCIS on Top

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NCIS returned to CBS with a new episode this week, helping CBS dominate Tuesday night...

8 p.m.
NCIS: 21.9 million viewers
The Biggest Loser: 8.3 million
No Ordinary Family: 5.4 million
Glee rerun: 4.6 million
One Tree Hill rerun: 1 million

9 p.m.
NCIS: Los Angeles: 18.0 million
The Biggest Loser: 9.0 million
V: 5.7 million
Million Dollar Money Drop: 5.1 million
Life Unexpected rerun: 904,000

10 p.m.
The Good Wife: 12.2 million
Parenthood: 5.6 million
Detroit 1-8-7: 5.2 million

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    NCIS was pretty lame, they give all the action to NCIS LA when the girl and the blonde guy shoot a bunch of terrorists. The only action NCIS had was when Mcgee was "almost" cut by a saw (very lame) and Tony and Ziva pointed their guns at a KID in a car. Very very very disappointing.


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    @Aries93: Benz did not leave Dexter voluntarily. Rita was written out.




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