TV Ratings Report: 30 Rock Tanks It

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30 Rock kicked off its final season in appropriate fashion, given the opening episode's NBC-bashing theme, premiering to a 1.8 in the 18-49-year old demographic. That's a 23 percent drop-off from Community's opener one year ago in the same timeslot.

Elsewhere, The Big Bang Theory was Thursday's most-watched program, while Elementary dipped a bit from its first installment...

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8 p.m.
The Big Bang Theory: 15.4 million viewers/Two and a Half Men: 12.7 million
The X Factor: 9.1 million
Last Resort: 7.8 million
30 Rock: 3.4 million/Up All Night: 3 million
The Next: 900,000

9 p.m.
Grey's Anatomy: 10.6 million
Person of Interest: 14.6 million
Glee: 6.2 million
The Office: 4.1 million/Parks and Recreation: 3.5 million

10 p.m.
Elementary: 11.2 million
Scandal: 6.8 million

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So much for the people 4 million people giving up on Grey's after the season finale.
As for 30 Rock, the ratings don't bother me. It just means that people are missing out on the best show in it's final season.