TV Ratings Report: Not a Smash?

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The good news for NBC? Smash won its time slot last night in the coveted 18-49-year old demographic. The disappointing news? The second episode of this much-publicized drama lost three million viewers from its premiere...

Marilyn vs. Marilyn

8 p.m.
The Voice: 15.3 million viewers
How I Met Your Mother: 9.1 million/2 Broke Girls: 10.5 million
The Bachelor: 7.9 million
House: 7.15 million
Gossip Girl: 1.2 million

9 p.m.
The Voice: 16.9 million
Two and a Half Men: 12.35 million/Mike & Molly: 11 million
The Bachelor: 8.1 million
Alcatraz: 6.2 million
Hart of Dixie: 1.6 million

10 p.m.
Hawaii Five-0: 9.5 million
Castle: 8.9 million
Smash: 8.1 million

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