TV Ratings Report: New Girl Over Glee

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Move over, Sue Sylvester. There's a New Girl in town.

The series premiere of Zooey Deschanel's Fox sitcom didn't simply score an impressive 10.1 million viewers last night... it actually outrated the return of Glee, which was only viewed by 8.7 million.

Elsewhere across a dial that was filled with numerous season premieres:

  • NCIS improved from last year's opener by three percent, garnering 19.5 million fans.
  • NCIS: Los Angeles was also up from 2010's opener, earning 16.7 million.
  • Unforgettable debuted to an impressive 14 million.
  • Ringer dropped to under 2 million viewers.
  • 90210 sank to only 1.56 million.
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Now it's impossible to choose between Emily and Zooey; glad they're on different days.


She is just sunshine, and this is shaping up to be the next friends without doubt


I find this really depressing:
-Ringer dropped to under 2 million viewers.
-90210 sank to only 1.56 million.
I really like these shows and I don't wanna see them get canceled! Hopefully they both pull in viewers! :D


damn!!! 10.1 million even though the pilot episode was free on itunes days ago!! That is astonishing! I enjoyed the show and will watch it


This might be my new favorite comedy! Zooey Deschanel was totally adorkable and the other characters were hilarious, too.