TV Ratings Report: Resurrection Lives, Believe Loses Hope

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Resurrection continues to give ABC hope last night, following up a hugely popular debut with an installment that was viewed by nearly 11 million households.

Elsewhere, Believe went in the opposite direction, gathering up just 5.4 million viewers and dropping 39 percent from its special Monday premiere last week.

Scroll down for a full ratings breakdown...

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8 p.m.
The Amazing Race: 8.3 million viewers
Once Upon a Time: 7.4 million
The Simpsons: 4 million/Family Guy: 4.5 million

9 p.m.
Resurrection: 10.8 million
Cosmos: 4.9 million
Believe: 6.5 million
The Good Wife: 8.3 million

10 p.m.
Revenge: 6.1 million
Crisis: 6.5 million
The Mentalist: 8.6 million

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I agree, Resurrection's second episode was a true bore. Believes was even better. Hate those predictions based on two episodes.

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@ SMS

True that.

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I watch both shows but last nights episode of Resurrection disappointed me it was so boring compared to the pilot whereas believe's second episode was way better than the pilot