TV Ratings Report: Go On Goes Big

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Turns out, folks still love Matthew Perry.

The second episode of NBC's Go On drew in big numbers last night, garnering 9.6 million viewers and making in that network's most watched comedy debut (not counting its post-Olympic premiere) since My Name is Earl.

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Elsewhere across the dial...

8 p.m.
The Voice: 11.3 million viewers
NCIS rerun: 8.6 million
So You Think You Can Dance: 3.6 million
The Middle rerun: 3.8 million/Last Man Standing rerun: 3 million
Hart of Dixie rerun: 702,000

9 p.m./9:30 p.m.
The New Normal: 7 million
Hawaii Five-0 rerun: 6.9 million
So You Think You Can Dance: 5 million
Happy Endings rerun: 2.3 million/Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23 rerun: 1.9 million

10 p.m.
NCIS: Los Angeles rerun: 6.8 million
Parenthood season premiere: 5.6 million
Private Practice rerun: 1.7 million

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